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  • Political Landscape: A divided Congress will collide in 2011

    A divided Congress will collide in 2011 Rep. Brad Sherman (D-Sherman Oaks) is bracing for rough seas when Congress convenes in January. With a Republican majority looking to reverse key Obama administration policies, Sherman said he foresees several...
  • Doyle McManus: Al Qaeda's very bad year

    Doyle McManus: Al Qaeda's very bad year
    Al Qaeda is having a very bad year. And from the terrorists' standpoint, the death of Osama bin Laden isn't even the worst of it. The biggest potential blow is the spread of democratic politics in the Arab world. If it succeeds, Al Qaeda will be...
  • Best U.S. foreign policy move: Bring troops home

    The Sun's coverage of turmoil in the Osama bin Laden raid, including the profile of Rep. C.A. Dutch Ruppersberger ("Keeping our secrets safe," May 4), was well done. I found especially mirthful Rep. Ruppersberger's rather quaint notion that all future...
  • Clinton Condemns Syrian Crackdown On Protesters

    Clinton Condemns Syrian Crackdown On Protesters
    U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton issued a statement late Friday while traveling in Rome, condemning the Syrian government's crackdown on protesters who took to the streets as part of the ongoing uprising against the regime of President...
  • U.S. should encourage regime change in Syria

    U.S. should encourage regime change in Syria
    As the wave of revolution continues to sweep through the Arab world, the Syrian regime of Bashar Assad could be its next victim. While many in the United States and Israel appear hesitant to support Syria's anti-regime forces — basing their thinking...
  • Time to tell Pakistan: Game over

    Time to tell Pakistan: Game over
    The search for Osama bin Laden lasted more than 10 years, through three U.S. presidencies. Under President Bill Clinton in the mid-1990s, our intelligence agencies began their relentless pursuit of bin Laden. The death of almost 3,000 innocent men,...
  • Collection inspired by 1940s Cuba

    Growing up in Irvine, Nicole Di Rocco saw Cuba as a dream. Born to Cuban immigrants, Di Rocco soaked up her history through sepia-toned photographs, memories and the native language they shared. Inspired by the vintage styles her parents grew up...
  • U.S. Imposes Sanctions Against Syrian President

    U.S. Imposes Sanctions Against Syrian President
    WASHINGTON -- President Barack Obama Wednesday imposed tough sanctions against Syrian President Bashar al-Assad and six other senior Syrian officials in an effort to stop the regime's fierce crackdown on protests, the U.S. Treasury Department said. The...
  • Obama sees 'moment of opportunity' in Middle East

    President Obama on Thursday called out American friends in the Middle East for their treatment of peaceful protesters, naming Bahrain and Yemen along with Syria as states he said must yield to the aspirations of their people. While explicitly stating...
  • NewStream for May 19th, 2011

    Al Qaeda has new leader. According to a terror expert, that new leader is an Egyptian man named Saif al-Adel. Al-Adels' rise to power comes as a surprise. Many expected Bin Laden's longtime deputy, Ayman al-Zawahiri to take over Al Qaeda. Meanwhile,...
  • Obama's Mideast speech: Israel and the Arab Spring

    Obama's Mideast speech: Israel and the Arab Spring
    The most surprising aspect of President Barack Obama's speech Thursday on U.S. policy in the Middle East may have been his strongly worded call for a two-state solution of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, based on Israel's boundaries before 1967....