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  • May 25 buzz: Solutions for the Mississippi River and Israel's borders

     
    Most viewed and shared: Mississippi flooding: Let the river run Paul VanDevelder, author of "Savages and Scoundrels: The Untold Story of America's Road to Empire Through Indian Territory," weighs in on what happens when man interrupts nature: What began...
  • Movie Review: Yellowbrickroad

     
    Who knew the echoing far-off sounds of Bing Crosby could be so chilling? But hear that music, distorted snatches of Bing Crosby ballads and the like, in the middle of the woods when you're in search of what “really happened” when a whole...
  • How many have died in Mexico's drug war?

     
    The last figure released by the Mexican government on the number of dead during its 4 1/2-year, military-led crackdown on organized crime came in January, at just over 34,000. It covered the period from the start of the drug war in December 2006 until the...
  • LEBANON: Lady Gaga's newest album seized as potentially offensive to Christians [Video]

     
    Boxfuls of Lady Gaga's newest album "Born this Way" were intercepted and impounded at Beirut's international airport by Lebanese authorities late last week as potentially offensive to the country's Christian population. Despite having sold millions of...
  • ARAB WORLD: Democracy uprisings should herald a new dawn of education reform

     
    Editor’s note: The post is from an analyst with the Carnegie Middle East Center. Neither the Los Angeles Times nor Babylon & Beyond endorses the positions of the analysts, nor does Carnegie endorse the positions of The Times or its......
  • Your Morning Fashion and Beauty Report: Duchesses of Cambridge and Cornwall don oh-so-chic hats for Order of the Garter

     
    I admit it. With all the uproar over Princess Beatrice's odd-looking Philip Treacy fascinator at the British royal wedding recently, I've become -- well, fascinated by fascinators. And over-the-top hats. too. So here's a treat: Camilla, Duchess of...
  • Alleged Anonymous members arrested in Turkey

     
    After arresting 32 people who're believed to be members of the Internet "hacktivist" group Anonymous, the Turkish government released nine of the alleged hackers who were minors, the state news agency reported Tuesday. The mass arrests occured on Sunday,...
  • EGYPT: TV 25 chronicles post-revolution, bucks censorship, strives for balance

     
    Egypt is seeing a post-revolution media renaissance, including in print and on television stations. The growth of coverage has posed a challenge to the transitional military government, which activists and some media have accused of slipping back into the...
  • Hackers attack one another: LulzSec at war with Anonymous, 4Chan members

     
    LulzSec, the Internet group that is very vocal about its hacking escapades, seems to have gone to war with members of 4Chan, an Internet message board, and Anonymous, the activist hacker group whose members come from 4Chan. A poster making......
  • South Florida Tea Party disputes charges from Trump rally in Boca

     
    UPDATED: 5:15 p.m. to add city's response. The South Florida Tea Party is contesting more than $6,000 in charges from the city of Boca Raton for its April rally in Sanborn Square, which featured Donald Trump. In a statement released......
  • EGYPT: Hosni Mubarak has stomach cancer, his lawyer says

     
    Toppled Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak has cancer, according to his lawyer, who disclosed the news less than two months before Mubarak is to stand trial, accused of financial corruption and allowing security forces to kill hundreds of protesters who...
  • Bill Stewart to get $1.65 million in settlement

     
    Bill Stewart to get $1.65 million in settlement West Virginia’s messy divorce from Bill Stewart will cost the school $1.6 million....