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  • Obama seeks military aid for Syrian rebels

    WASHINGTON President Barack Obama on Thursday asked Congress for the first lethal aid to arm moderate Syrian rebels in a move aimed against both Syrian President Bashar Assad and radical Islamists who have increasingly dominated the opposition movement....
  • North Korean protests create tricky PR situation for 'The Interview'

    North Korean protests create tricky PR situation for 'The Interview'
    North Korean President Kim Jong Un is reported to be a major fan of NBA basketball and classic rocker Eric Clapton, but evidently he’s not big on Seth Rogen movies — or at least not ones in which he’s the butt of the joke.  On...
  • The drone memos reveal only contempt

    Finally, after intense negotiation between the Obama administration and senators including drone-strike stalwart Rand Paul, the government released the much-discussed memo justifying the killing of Anwar al-Awlaki, which was written by David Barron when...
  • Judge stands firm on order to release information to alleged USS Cole plotter's lawyers

    A military judge isn't backing down from his order to the U.S. government to provide defense lawyers with details of the accused USS Cole bomber's odyssey through the CIA's secret prisons, but he may let prosecutors shield identities of some agents,...
  • Baghdad a 'legitimate threat' to fall, Pentagon says

    WASHINGTON Ninety U.S. military advisers arrived in Baghdad on Tuesday to begin assessing Iraqi security forces' ability to regain control of the embattled country, with the Pentagon acknowledging for the first time that the Iraqi capital could fall to...
  • Officially, why it was OK for the U.S. government to kill Anwar Awlaki

    Officially, why it was OK for the U.S. government to kill Anwar Awlaki
    Better late than never, the American public has been provided with a redacted version of a Justice Department memo offering a legal rationale for the targeting of Anwar Awlaki, the U.S.-born Al Qaeda figure who was killed in a drone strike in Yemen in...
  • FloriDUH: Going shopping at midnight? Then don't brown bag it

    FloriDUH: Going shopping at midnight? Then don't brown bag it
    Perhaps if you worked for the CIA, DEA and FBI all at once you'd want to go undercover and put a brown bag over you head. A man, identified as Clayton Schwey, 38, who listed his employers as the  FBI, DEA and CIA on a police report tried to enter a Vero...
  • Laila Robins, Corey Stoll Join Showtime's 'Homeland'

    Showtime and Fox 21′s CIA spy thriller "Homeland" has two new recruits. "In Treatment's" Laila Robins will be a series regular in the upcoming season, playing Martha Boyd, the type A United States ambassador to the Islamic Republic of Pakistan....
  • '24: Live Another Day' recap, POTUS has no choice...

    '24: Live Another Day' recap, POTUS has no choice...
    It’s tea time and we’ve finally reached the all-important part of the story arch where people actually start trusting Jack Bauer. Margot Al-Harazi is a step ahead of the United States government and has six U.S. drones under her command. Hell...
  • Senators should take Snowden's lead, shine light on NSA

    Former federal government contract worker Edward Snowden's disclosures of virtually limitless surveillance of American citizens by the National Security Agency corroborated the late Supreme Court Justice Louis Brandeis' wisdom that sunshine is said to...
  • Benghazi attacks suspect is questioned about other possible plots