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  • Laurie Garrett: Public health officials knew Ebola was coming but they messed up anyway

    Laurie Garrett: Public health officials knew Ebola was coming but they messed up anyway
    World, you still just don't get it. The Ebola epidemic that is raging across West Africa, killing more than half its victims, will not be conquered with principles of global solidarity and earnest appeals. It will not be stopped with dribbling funds,...
  • President Poroshenko and Ukraine

    It seems evident that Barack Obama today still does not understand how much he owes to President Petro Poroshenko of Ukraine. If he did, and if the cease-fire and negotiation terms Mr. Poroshenko has signed with the country's pro-Russian insurgents in the...
  • Burb's Eye View: UFOs are nothing alien to this author

    Burb's Eye View: UFOs are nothing alien to this author
    In Burbank, there are UFOs and then there are UFOs. The first kind exists in sound stages and on computer screens before it hits silver screens. The second kind was created in the last century at Lockheed's former top-secret research facility in Burbank...
  • New on DVD: 'Captain America,' 'Brick Mansions'

    This week's releases feature great action, smart writing, dumb idea. "Captain America: The Winter Soldier," Grade A: Chris Evans returns to the role of All-American hero Captain America. His efforts to adjust to the modern world are disrupted when S.H.I....
  • U.S. courts skeptical Arab allies in Islamic State fight

    U.S. courts skeptical Arab allies in Islamic State fight
    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - After threatening to destroy and degrade Islamic State militants, the United States will court skeptical Gulf Arab allies this week and consider expanding training and arming of moderate Syrian rebels to lead the fight against the...
  • Obama phones Iraqi prime minister, will meet with U.S. lawmakers on Islamic State

    Obama phones Iraqi prime minister, will meet with U.S. lawmakers on Islamic State
     President Barack Obama, senior cabinet officials and his defense and intelligence chiefs will meet with U.S. lawmakers this week and next as the administration seeks support for an offensive against Islamic State militants. Obama will deliver a speech...
  • Toronto: Nick Cassavetes to Direct Thriller 'Expiration'

    Nick Cassavetes will direct the action-thriller "Expiration," with production set to start in February in Europe. Belgian production company Corsan will produce along with Emmett/Furla/Oasis. Producers are Corsan CEO Paul Breuls along with Randall Emmett...
  • Release of U.S. Senate CIA 'torture' report still on hold

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The public release of a long-awaited U.S. Senate report detailing the CIA's use of harsh interrogation techniques could be held up for weeks as the Senate Intelligence Committee and Obama administration negotiate what material can...
  • 'Into the Woods,' 'Dunsinane' headed to Wallis Annenberg Center

    'Into the Woods,' 'Dunsinane' headed to Wallis Annenberg Center
    A production of the musical "Into the Woods" from the Oregon Shakespeare Festival, a concert with Branford Marsalis and an evening with former CIA director Leon Panetta will be among the highlights of the new season at the Wallis Annenberg Center for...
  • U.S. prosecutors try for rebound at insider trading trial

    NEW YORK (Reuters) - U.S. prosecutors in New York revived their five-year crackdown against insider trading on Monday, taking a former executive at data equipment maker Foundry Networks Inc to trial two months after suffering their first jury defeat in...
  • Syria rebels, once hopeful of U.S. weapons, lament lack of firepower

    Syria rebels, once hopeful of U.S. weapons, lament lack of firepower
    As the Syrian government warplane flew overhead, Malik Abu Iskandaroon ran to a storage room and grabbed a Russian-made surface-to-air missile. Moments later, on the roof of the three-story villa, which serves as air force headquarters for the Harakat...