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  • Help Iran go nuclear

    Help Iran go nuclear
    Should the United States sell advanced civilian nuclear reactors to a Middle East country that doesn't seem to need them? A country that can keep pumping oil for the next 100 years, that has a pipeline to a vast natural gas field next door and enough...
  • Mark Daily's e-mails to family and friends

    10/31/06 pardon the bizarre typing but these german keyboards are crazy. I have arrived in leipzig and am waiting a couple of hours before continuing to kuwait. all is well so far. no real sleep yet as the plane is crammed with weapons, bags, and boots....
  • A 'nothing personal' foreign policy

    A 'nothing personal' foreign policy
    When Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton recently broached the subject of Kim Jong Il's succession, she was criticized for speaking about a topic some thought was better left untouched. Clinton should indeed have refrained from talking about Kim's...
  • Troop Greetings - Click here for a full list of videos

    Air Force Capt. JEFFREY D ANDREOLI OSAN AB, KOREA Army Col. SCOTT W ARNOLD OPERATION ENDURING FREEDOM - CENTRAL ASIA Army Col. SCOTT W ARNOLD OPERATION ENDURING FREEDOM - CENTRAL ASIA Air Force Senior Airman TYLER E AUSTIN SPANGDAHLEM, GERMANY Air...
  • Mom Falls Asleep, Smothers Baby on United Flight

    Mom Falls Asleep, Smothers Baby on United Flight
    LONDON -- A breast-feeding mother accidentally smothered her four-week old child aboard a United Airlines flight from Washington, D.C., to Kuwait, a British tabloid reported Tuesday. The Sun newspaper said that the mother, who it said was a 29-year-old...
  • History in the desert

    Life, as Kierkegaard pointed out, can only be understood retrospectively, but we must live it prospectively. It's a disjunctive paradox, as true for the lives of nations as it is for those of individuals. Steve Coll's stunningly researched and grippingly...
  • Groom's Ex Set Fire To Wedding Tent, Killing 43

    Groom's Ex Set Fire To Wedding Tent, Killing 43
    KUWAIT CITY -- Authorities have apprehended the person suspected of setting fire to a wedding tent and killing 43 people. Local newspapers reported the groom's ex-wife was the arsonist. The inferno Saturday night in the tribal area of al-Jahra, west...
  • Durable anchor fought TV fluff

    Hal Fishman, the award-winning KTLA-TV Channel 5 news anchor who was a Los Angeles broadcasting fixture for nearly 50 years, died Tuesday, the station announced. He was 75. Fishman died at 3 a.m. at his Brentwood home with his family at his side. He...
  • Citigroup loses nearly $10 billion

    Citigroup loses nearly $10 billion
    The sub-prime mortgage crisis hit Wall Street with full fury Tuesday as Citigroup Inc. reported a nearly $10-billion fourth-quarter loss, and both Citigroup and Merrill Lynch & Co. got cash infusions to shore up their financial stability. Citigroup...
  • Fort Eustis' worst day in Iraq

    Fort Eustis' worst day in Iraq
    Two soldiers from Fort Eustis were killed and two were wounded Wednesday when their vehicle was hit by a rocket near Tallil Air Base in southern Iraq, making it the deadliest day for the Newport News Army post since the U.S. invaded Iraq in 2003. An Army...
  • McCain's mixed signals on foreign policy

    Sen. John McCain is well-known for scorching denunciations of Democrats, who he says would raise the "white flag of surrender" by cutting off funds for U.S. troops in Iraq. But 15 years ago, it was McCain himself who startled colleagues by proposing to...
  • KUWAIT: New labor law grants women the right -- and flexibility -- to work late

     
    The choice to clock late-night hours just like men is now a right for Kuwaiti women. In a revision to the labor law this week, the government of Kuwait allowed women to work night shifts at hotels, restaurants, pharmacies, press......