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  • Box Office: 'Gone Girl' Edges Out 'Dracula Untold,' 'The Judge' With $26.8 Million

    "Gone Girl," "Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day" and "Dracula Untold" emerged relatively unscathed from a box office pile up this weekend, while Robert Downey Jr.'s "The Judge" got banged around at the multiplexes. David...
  • Fight With Islamic State Requires Persistence

    What happens when an American plan for limited war against the Islamic State meets the savage reality of combat, as happened this week when the extremists pounded Kurdish fighters just inside Syria's border with Turkey? The cry rose in Washington and...
  • Jeremy Renner, Michael Cuesta Spotlight Gary Webb's Story and Family at 'Kill the Messenger' Premiere

    Jeremy Renner and director Michael Cuesta braved the red carpet on Thursday night for the premiere of their gritty new docudrama "Kill the Messenger," based on the life of late San Jose Mercury News journalist Gary Webb. Webb's stories exposed...
  • Malala becomes lightning rod for anger over neglect of her hometown

    Malala becomes lightning rod for anger over neglect of her hometown
    In the hometown of Nobel prize winner Malala Yousafzai, the students at the government-run Girls' High School Mingora sit cross-legged on sacks and sheets on the floor because there is not enough furniture. The windows are broken, the walls dirty, and...
  • Bill O'Reilly, Jeremy Renner: Sunday guests

    Bill O'Reilly, Jeremy Renner: Sunday guests
    The Sunday morning guest list: "Fox News Sunday" looks at the U.S. Supreme Court and gay marriage at 10 a.m. on WOFL-Channel 35. The guests are Tony Perkins of the Family Research Council and Ted Olson, former solicitor general and co-counsel for...
  • Panetta book describes a fondness for 'famously blunt' Emanuel

    Panetta book describes a fondness for 'famously blunt' Emanuel
    Another example of Rahm Emanuel in White House attack dog mode has surfaced in the pages of a new memoir by former CIA director and Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta. In "Worthy Fights: A Memoir of Leadership in War and Peace," Panetta describes a...
  • Panetta bites hand that fed him

    Four of the best years of my life were spent working for California's Jerry Brown, during his first turn as governor. Among my most vivid memories of those days were private sessions, usually late at night, where a few of us staffers would engage with the...
  • 'Kill the Messenger' a cautionary tale for crusading reporters

     'Kill the Messenger' a cautionary tale for crusading reporters
    The key moment in "Kill the Messenger" takes place when imprisoned drug lord Norwin Meneses, suavely played by Andy Garcia, turns to Jeremy Renner's crusading journalist, Gary Webb, and asks a deceptively simple question: "Now that you know the truth,...
  • John Kass: Political fictions no stranger than reality -- but at least they're less depressing

    In an early scene on "Madam Secretary" -- a kinda Hillary Clinton political soap opera on CBS -- our heroine mucks horse manure out of a barn. As played by Tea Leoni, Madam Secretary is a former CIA-analyst-turned-professor in the Virginia horse country,...
  • Marlon James' views of a crime in 'A Brief History of Seven Killings'

    Marlon James' views of a crime in 'A Brief History of Seven Killings'
    Marlon James' "A Brief History of Seven Killings," is a thrilling, ambitious fictionalization of the assassination attempt on Bob Marley in 1976 and the afterlives of Marley's would-be assassins. Both intense and epic — it's told in rapid-fire...
  • Where in the world is Kim Jong Un?

    Where in the world is Kim Jong Un?
    North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has not been seen in public for more than a month, generating speculation that his absence is due to failing health or political intrigue. Given the paucity of information, keeping track of Kim is tougher than winning at...