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  • Katherine Heigl: 'I certainly don't see myself as being difficult'

    Katherine Heigl appeared before an audience of reporters Sunday at the Television Critics Assn. summer press tour to promote her new NBC series, "State of Affairs." In the "Homeland"-esque drama, she plays Charleston Tucker, a CIA analyst responsible...
  • Heigl, Woodard talk 'State of Affairs,' 'Homeland' and likability

    Heigl, Woodard talk 'State of Affairs,'  'Homeland' and likability
    Coming this fall, Katherine Heigl and Alfre Woodard team up in the NBC drama "State of Affairs." "State of Affairs" finds Heigl playing Charleston Tucker, a CIA analyst who compiles the daily intelligence breifing for the president, played by Woodard....
  • USA Picks Up Computer Hacking Drama Pilot 'Mr. Robot'

    USA has given a pilot pickup to "Mr. Robot," a drama about an anti-social computer programmer who finds he can only connect with other people by hacking into their personal lives. The Universal Cable Productions project from executive producers Sam...
  • Berlin vs. Washington: When friends spy on friends

    Commenting on the execution of a French nobleman by Napoleon, the French diplomat Talleyrand supposedly observed: "It was worse than a crime — it was a blunder." That consummate expression of realpolitik certainly applies to the alleged U.S....
  • Fred Hiatt: Needed — A new team of rivals for Obama

    Maybe it is time for a shake-up. President Obama's second-term staffing was always going to be a risk. He abandoned his first term's team of rivals for a closer-knit team of loyalists. The bet was that he was assured enough in the job to no longer need...
  • Germany recoils at spying by the United States

    The following editorial appeared in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette on Monday, July 14: The deterioration in relations with Germany due to U.S. espionage in that country reached a new low when the Germans requested last week that the senior CIA official...
  • When the U.S. welched on Shevardnadze [Commentary]

    When the U.S. welched on Shevardnadze [Commentary]
    Absent from U.S. media encomia for recently deceased former Soviet Foreign Minister Eduard Shevardnadze is any mention of the historic deal he reached with his U.S. counterpart James Baker in 1990 ensuring that the Soviet empire would collapse "with a...
  • Katherine Heigl Addresses Rumors of Bad Behavior: 'I Certainly Don't See Myself as Being Difficult'

    "State of Affairs" star Katherine Heigl was asked to address speculation that she and her mother are "difficult to work with" at NBC's Television Critics Assn. summer press tour presentation Sunday. Seeming momentarily unsure how to answer, a flustered...
  • 'Brilliant but flawed' women rule NBC's TCA presentation

    The portrayal of women emerged as a major theme Sunday at NBC's presentation at the Television Critics Assn. summer press tour. The network's fall schedule includes a trio of shows ("Bad Judge," "The Mysteries of Laura" and "State of Affairs") about...
  • TV Review: El Rey's 'Matador'

    Being pragmatic about it, you can't blame the producers of espionage series "Matador" for trading the stodgy old tennis circuit in "I Spy" for a growth sport like soccer - especially (and opportunistically) coming out of World Cup mania. But this latest...
  • Detainees are human [Commentary]

    Detainees are human [Commentary]
    I have been locked up at Guantanamo Bay for 12 years, held without charge or trial. I've done nothing wrong; in 2009, I was unanimously cleared for release by six different branches of the U.S. government, including the FBI and the CIA. Yet here I am,...