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  • The West gets the blame, but it's China that Hong Kong and Taiwan fear

    The West gets the blame, but it's China that Hong Kong and Taiwan fear
    China frequently accuses the West, and the United States in particular, of stirring up trouble and fanning fears of China. From foreign-funded NGOs that spread ideas about human rights and constitutional government to Western journalistic exposes of the...
  • Reel Critics: Denzel back in 'Training' mode

    No one plays a human killing machine with more understated elegance than Denzel Washington. He stays cool, calm and collected no matter what mayhem unfolds. In "The Equalizer," he teams up again with "Training Day" director Antoine Fuqua. Together, they...
  • TV Picks: 'The Flash,' 'Homeland,' 'Transparent'

    TV Picks: 'The Flash,' 'Homeland,' 'Transparent'
    "The Flash" -- Let Fox go noir ("Gotham") and ABC get tense ("Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D") with their super-hero adjacent series; after experimenting with both tones in "Arrow," the CW just wants to spin off and have a little fun. Enter...
  • Review: 'A Brief History of Seven Killings' by Marlon James

    Review: 'A Brief History of Seven Killings' by Marlon James
    "A Brief History of Seven Killings," the third novel by Kingston-born author Marlon James, opens in Jamaica on Dec. 2, 1976. One of the first characters we meet is Alex Pierce, a journalist for Rolling Stone who's on assignment in the island country and...
  • Review: 'Homeland,' Season 4

    Review: 'Homeland,' Season 4
    Meet the new, improved "Homeland." After two disappointing seasons, the Showtime series' dramatic culmination of its original story has shifted the focus squarely onto Claire Danes' complex CIA operative, and simultaneously allowed the producers to shed...
  • Southern California Marines bolster Middle East crisis response unit

    Southern California Marines bolster Middle East crisis response unit
    Marines from bases at Camp Pendleton, Twentynine Palms and the Miramar air station are deploying to the Middle East to boost the military's "crisis response capability," the Marine Corps announced Tuesday. The 2,300-Marine force will be spread...
  • Biography set to detail life of ex-banker Ed Hale – including CIA stint

    Biography set to detail life of ex-banker Ed Hale – including CIA stint
    A biography of former Baltimore banker Ed Hale is set to detail his rise from a Sparrows Point upbringing to exploits in real estate, sports business and banking – working covertly for the CIA and surviving plane crashes along the way....
  • Walter Pincus: Islamic State's social media barbarism

    Walter Pincus: Islamic State's social media barbarism
    The Islamic State may practice medieval barbarism in Syria and Iraq, but its worldwide media operations are 21st century. It's active on social media, it has pamphlets, weekly illustrated magazines, billboards, T-shirts, baseball hats and even...
  • Bill Clinton, Grover Norquist: Sunday guests

    Bill Clinton, Grover Norquist: Sunday guests
    UPDATED: The guest lineup for Sunday morning: Grover Norquist, president of Americans for Tax Reform, and Thomas Frank, author of "What's the Matter With Kansas?," will be guests on NBC's "Meet the Press" at 9 a.m on WESH-Channel 2. A panel on ISIS...
  • Watch: Red Band Trailer for James Franco, Seth Rogen's 'The Interview'

    Sony has released the official Red Band for the upcoming James Franco and Seth Rogen comedy "The Interview," and it includes a lot more sex jokes (Matthew McConaughey and a goat?), nudity and Rob Lowe than the original cut released in June. Rogen and...
  • Islamic State's soft weapon of choice: social media

    Wedged between tweets last week about Britain's economy, kilts and "The Simpsons'" Groundskeeper Willie was a Twitter message in Arabic that included the hashtags "#Scotland" and "#ScotlandDecides." But a link within the tweet's 140 characters wasn't...