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  • U.S. power in an unraveling world

    U.S. power in an unraveling world
    Everyone would have been better off if we had just left Iraqi tyrant Saddam Hussein alone. We would have saved the more than 4,000 American lives and $1 trillion wasted in the Iraq War. Saddam was such a force for stability that we wouldn't be worried...
  • 'Homeland' recap: Besieged CIA director tries to shift blame

    'Homeland' recap: Besieged CIA director tries to shift blame
    Reeling from an airstrike gone horribly wrong and a murdered station chief in Pakistan, CIA Director Andrew Lockhart (Tracy Letts) unfairly tries to make Carrie Mathison (Claire Danes) the scapegoat on Showtime’s “Homeland.” Episode...
  • 'Homeland' recap: CIA-ordered airstrike turns into fiasco

    'Homeland' recap: CIA-ordered airstrike turns into fiasco
    As “Homeland” begins its fourth season on Showtime, about six months have passed since Carrie Mathison (Claire Danes) sadly drew a star on the memorial wall at CIA headquarters. That gesture honored her disgraced lover/comrade Nicholas Brody...
  • Rebel gains threaten U.S. campaign against Al Qaeda affiliate in Yemen

    The Obama administration's muscular counter-terrorism campaign against a dangerous Al Qaeda affiliate in Yemen is facing a new threat from the sudden military gains and growing political influence of a Shiite Muslim rebel group backed by Iran, according...
  • Estrenos: 'Kill the Messenger' y 'Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day'

    Estrenos: 'Kill the Messenger' y 'Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day'
    Kill the Messenger ***1/2 En esta era moderna, donde documentos ultra secretos que comprometen la seguridad nacional se revelan a través de Internet, puede parecer un poco pasado de moda que los periodistas asuman el papel de investigadores privados...
  • Going after Islamic State's sources of financing

    Going after Islamic State's sources of financing
    Shaky video posted to YouTube last week pans across foot-high bundles of $100 bills topped by two shining gold ingots. A man's voice calls for Islamic blessings and says the rich trove — "maybe even millions of dollars" — belongs to Usama...
  • Want to beat Islamic State? Try the Afghan model, circa 2001

     Want to beat Islamic State? Try the Afghan model, circa 2001
    President Obama, who swept to power in 2008 in part on his promise to pull U.S. troops out of Iraq, is clearly a reluctant warrior. His concern about getting involved in "mission creep" in the deserts of Iraq, where nearly 4,500 troops have died, recently...
  • 'Homeland' gets a 'major reset' for Season 4

    'Homeland' gets a 'major reset' for Season 4
    Perhaps no other show on the air has experienced such whiplash-inducing extremes of praise and criticism as "Homeland," a program that's become a cautionary tale about the dangers of creating ambitious television in an era of relentless scrutiny and ever-...
  • 'Homeland' and Carrie still fighting the good fight

     'Homeland' and Carrie still fighting the good fight
    "Mad Men" may have been first, "Scandal" the most surprising, but no other non-sci-fi show exemplifies the new age of OCD TV more than Showtime's "Homeland," which returns for its fourth season Sunday night. From its glorious first season through its...
  • Disorganized Proxy War Creates Syrian Chaos

    Disorganized Proxy War Creates Syrian Chaos
    The squabbling factions that make up the Syrian "moderate opposition" should get their act together. But so should the foreign nations — such as the United States, Turkey, Qatar, Saudi Arabia and Jordan — that have been funding the chaotic...
  • At CIA's 'Stealthy Starbucks,' even baristas stay covert

    At CIA's 'Stealthy Starbucks,' even baristas stay covert
    The new supervisor thought his idea was innocent enough. He wanted the baristas to write the names of customers on their cups to speed up lines and ease confusion, just like other Starbucks do around the world. But these aren't just any customers....