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  • Hagel runs the Senate gauntlet

    WASHINGTON--Former Republican Sen. Chuck Hagel, nominated to be President Obama's secretary of defense, arrived at his confirmation hearing before the Senate Armed Services Committee knowing what to expect. His critics, conservative fellow Republicans...
  • Saturday's TV Highlights and Weekend Talk Shows: 'Baby Sellers'

    Saturday's TV Highlights and Weekend Talk Shows: 'Baby Sellers'
    Customized TV Listings are available here: www.latimes.com/tvtimes Click here to download TV listings for the week of August 18 - 24, 2013 in PDF format This week's TV Movies     --------------------   SERIES Cedar Cove Olivia (Andie...
  • Trayvon Martin's mother talks to 'Meet the Press'

    Trayvon Martin's mother talks to 'Meet the Press'
    NBC's "Meet the Press" will explore the issue of whether Trayvon Martin has "become a catalyst for change in the justice system" after a judge referenced the slain teen in a ruling on New York City's "stop and frisk" decision. "Meet the Press" will talk...
  • Avoiding a death spiral

    WASHINGTON -- South Carolina Republican Sen. Lindsey Graham, one of the bipartisan Gang of Eight seeking historic reform of American immigration policy, has warned his party colleagues they'd better get aboard or forget about electing one of their own...
  • Straight talk from the Pentagon about getting involved in Syrian civil war

    WASHINGTON -- The Hollywood version of American military leadership has often cast it in bombastic terms, like the hot-headed Air Force general played by George C. Scott in "Dr. Strangelove" or Burt Lancaster's ambitious power-seeker in "Seven Days in...
  • The awakening: America stirs, but will we lead again?

    Back in the long-ago year 2007, when Gen. David Petraeus was putting into action a whole new strategy called the Surge, an integral and indeed indispensable part of his plan was the Awakening, a revolt of tribesmen in Anbar Province against the forces...
  • John Boehner: Why are you the House speaker?

    John Boehner: Why are you the House speaker?
    UPDATED: If you want to understand just how bad things are in Washington, look at House Speaker John Boehner's jaw-dropping performance Sunday on CBS' "Face the Nation." Sunday morning interviews can often be superficial, familiar or dull. Not this...
  • Never ever, ever, ever...

    A few words to ponder as we sail toward the fiscal cliff. Those words would be: "That was then, this is now." Strip away the false piety and legalistic hair splitting offered by Republican lawmakers rationalizing their decision to abandon a pledge that...
  • Russia's Anti-Gay Laws Present Challenge for NBC's Olympics Coverage

    With increasing criticism of a newly passed law in Russia that criminalizes so-called gay "propaganda," observers say NBC will have to address the issue in some fashion as it broadcasts the Winter Games in Sochi, possibly amid human rights protests or...
  • McCain, Graham back strikes on Syria even while criticizing Obama

    WASHINGTON — As President Obama tries to rally support in Congress for missile strikes on Syria, two longtime GOP critics who have been deeply troubled by the White House’s handling of the situation have nonetheless become the linchpin of...
  • Alan Grayson: Syria is not our responsibility

    Alan Grayson: Syria is not our responsibility
    Congressman Alan Grayson is having none of the Obama administration's arguments that the United States needs to intervene in Syria. "It's simply not our responsibility. We're not the world's policeman," the Orlando Democrat said Monday on CNN. "We're in...
  • U.S. delays Miranda rights for captured Al Qaeda operative

    U.S. delays Miranda rights for captured Al Qaeda operative
    WASHINGTON — The Al Qaeda terrorist suspect known as Abu Anas al Liby has the right to remain silent under U.S. law, but none of his American interrogators have told him that yet, U.S. officials say. The 49-year-old Libyan was grabbed by U.S....