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  • More Americans want to cut aid to Egypt after embassy attack

     
    Nearly three out of four Americans surveyed think the United States should reduce its aid to Egypt or cut it off entirely after angry protesters pulled down the American flag at its Cairo embassy last month. The Program on International Policy Attitudes...
  • Benghazi -- no mere 'October surprise'

    If you want to understand why conservatives have lost faith in the so-called mainstream media, you need to ponder the question: Where is the Benghazi feeding frenzy? Unlike some of my colleagues on the right, I don't think there's a conspiracy at work....
  • McManus: Where's the enemies list?

    McManus: Where's the enemies list?
    Who exactly is the enemy in the continuing U.S. war against terrorism? In some cases, the answer is: It's a secret. When the United States began its war against Al Qaeda after the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, the identity of the enemy was clear: Osama...
  • Hillary Clinton's dodgy testimony

    A lot of people in Washington apparently forgot how good Hillary Clinton is at not telling the truth. Wednesday, in her testimony before both the Senate and, later, the House, Clinton brilliantly fudged, dodged and filibustered. Of course, she's a pro....
  • Enforcing a 'red line' in Syria

     Enforcing a 'red line' in Syria
    Last August, even as he resisted the notion of U.S. military intervention in Syria, President Obama said that "a red line for us is we start seeing a whole bunch of chemical weapons moving around or being utilized. That would change my calculus." If new...
  • Same old, same old in Syria

    President Obama's on-and-off-again planned American attack on Syria is nothing new. Besides its five declared wars, America has a habit of intervening all over the world. Even apart from clandestine CIA operations, and even after the unhappy end of the...
  • Libyan lawmakers remove prime minister from post

     
    Lawmakers removed Prime Minister Mustafa Abushagur from his post after rejecting his choice of cabinet ministers in the latest setback to Libya’s first elected government since the fall of Moammar Kadafi....
  • Egypt's pardoning of revolutionaries draws praise, cynicism

     
    Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi’s blanket pardon of hundreds of activists arrested during last year’s revolution and its turbulent aftermath was a morally wise and politically timed move from a leader attempting to calm his critics amid...
  • Woman sexually assaulted in Old Pasadena alley

     
    Police are asking for the public's help in identifying a man they believed forcibly abducted a woman outside of an Old Pasadena bar and sexually assaulted her....
  • U.S. soldiers arrive in Israel for largest-ever military exercise

     
    JERUSALEM -- More than 1,000 U.S. soldiers have begun to arrive in Israel for the largest-ever joint military exercise between the two nations to test their cooperation in the event of a large-scale missile attack against Israel. The three-week, $30-...
  • L.A. federal courthouse named national landmark

     
    The federal courthouse on Spring Street downtown--site of the first ruling that public school segregation was unconstitutional--was declared a national landmark Wednesday by the Interior secretary....
  • Libyan lawmakers choose ex-diplomat as prime minister

     
    Libyan lawmakers selected Ali Zidan as prime minister on Sunday night, giving the former human rights lawyer and diplomat responsibility for forming the volatile nation’s first government since the revolution that toppled Moammar Kadafi....