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  • Paleyfest: Washington Insiders Say 'Veep' Most Accurate of D.C. TV Shows

    Scary as it may sound, the very not-politics-at-its-finest "Veep" paints an honest picture of life in D.C. "Veep's" creative talent, speaking at Paleyfest Thursday night, have been startled by how close they are getting it right from the feedback they'...
  • Lying: 'A condition of life', a look at why we lie, the subsequent effects

    GRAND FORKS, N.D. When University of North Dakota student Kelsey Askegaard, of St. Paul, Minn., doesn't want to go out with her friends she gives them a false excuse. Jenni Miska, of Maple Grove, Minn., exaggerates her stories to emphasize a point. And,...
  • On this date in history: Civil war erupts in Rwanda

    On this date in history: Civil war erupts in Rwanda
    On April 7, 1994, Rwandan forces killed 10 Belgian peacekeeping officers to discourage intervention into a genocide that had just begun. Just three months later, Hutu extremists murdered somewhere between 500,000 to 1 million innocent civilian Tutsis...
  • Progress, Rwandan style

    KIGALI, Rwanda — Twenty years ago Monday, the state of Rwanda set about trying to hack itself out of existence. Starting on April 7, 1994, Hutu extremists, in a premeditated 100-day campaign, systematically butchered close to 1 million Tutsis...
  • Spielberg draws throngs to Lincoln ceremony

    Spielberg draws throngs to Lincoln ceremony
    Before a record-breaking crowd of more than 700, filmmaker Steven Spielberg was honored with the Lincoln Leadership Prize by the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library Foundation on March 19 at the Hilton Chicago. This annual award honors individuals...
  • Clinton makes timely L.A. visit to kin of his late Cabinet secretary

    Clinton makes timely L.A. visit to kin of his late Cabinet secretary
    Chip Brown, the owner of a downtown Los Angeles cupcake shop, said he was reading a tribute to his late brother, former U.S. Commerce Secretary Ron Brown, when former President Bill Clinton pulled up outside the business Thursday. It was the 18th...
  • A Reagan judge, a Clinton judge, a Bush judge: Does it really matter?

    When a federal district judge in Michigan ruled recently that the state’s ban on same-sex marriage violated the Constitution, the New York Times noted that the judge, Bernard A. Friedman, had been appointed by President Reagan. That detail wasn&...
  • Robert Kagan: The president's paradox of foreign policy

    Robert Kagan: The president's paradox of foreign policy
    Whether one likes President Obama's conduct of foreign policy or not, the common assumption is that the administration is at least giving the American people the foreign policy they want. The majority of Americans have opposed any meaningful U.S. role...
  • Former President Clinton, Garcetti swap ideas on public works money

    Former President Clinton, Garcetti swap ideas on public works money
    It was just short of a year ago that former President Bill Clinton joined Wendy Greuel at Langer’s Deli in Los Angeles to assume his role as surrogate in chief for her campaign against mayoral rival Eric Garcetti. What a difference a year makes....
  • Russia's history and politics, not U.S. policies, drive Putin in Ukraine, book argues

    "Putin's Wars: The Rise of Russia's New Imperialism" by Marcel H. Van Herpen; Rowman Littlefield ($29.95) WASHINGTON In the U.S. debate over the Ukraine crisis, with its inward focus on which U.S. administration has been the most naive about Vladimir...
  • College Sports History: It Starts With Yale-Harvard Regatta

    College Sports History: It Starts With Yale-Harvard Regatta
    The Yale-Harvard Regatta is two years shy of its 150th anniversary and, as such, is the oldest collegiate sports event in the United States. Yale-Harvard football is old, too, but the regatta predates that by 23 years. The first race came about...