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  • Four U.S. military personnel detained, then released in Libya

    Four U.S. military personnel detained, then released in Libya
    KAILUA, Hawaii — Four U.S. military personnel were detained and then released by the Libyan government Friday. The circumstances of their detention were not immediately clear in a region that has been gripped by violence. Shortly after 6 p.m.,...
  • Four U.S. military personnel detained in Libya

    Four U.S. military personnel detained in Libya
    KAILUA, Hawaii  -- Four U.S. military personnel have been detained by the Libyan government, a State Department spokeswoman said Friday, but the circumstances of their detention were  not immediately clear in a region that has been embroiled in turmoil....
  • Fawning over Egyptian strongman Sisi goes over the top with PJs

    Fawning over Egyptian strongman Sisi goes over the top with PJs
    A cult of personality around Egypt's defense minister and de facto leader, Gen. Abdel Fattah Sisi, has gone from fad to farcical with a social media campaign promoting women's pajamas bearing the strongman's image in beribboned uniform and sunglasses....
  • The Middle East mess isn't about Israeli settlements

    In an interview with Charles Gati in Politico Magazine, Zbigniew Brzezinski, who served as national security adviser to Jimmy Carter, proves once again that he is a man of profound religious faith. He worships at the Church of Linkage, which holds that...
  • American teacher is shot and killed in Libya

    American teacher is shot and killed in Libya
    BENGHAZI, Libya -- An American chemistry teacher was shot to death while out jogging Thursday, according to colleagues and officials at the English-language school where he taught. The shooting took place not far from the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi...
  • U.S. offers condolences in shooting of teacher in Benghazi, Libya

    BENGHAZI, Libya -- Relatively few Americans remained in this eastern Libyan city as street battles raged and Islamic militants made ever-bolder forays in recent weeks. But Ronnie Smith, a chemistry teacher at an English-language school, stayed on,...
  • What to do about Syria

    A statement by a United Nations official that war crimes in Syria can be attributed to "the highest level of government, including the head of state," has renewed the debate over whether, when and how the United States should intervene in crises abroad....
  • Can a handshake ever be more than just a handshake?

    It was one of the most awe-inspiring events of our lifetime: Ninety world leaders joining 100,000 South Africans in Johannesburg's World Cup Stadium for a four-hour-long celebration of the life of Nelson Mandela. But what did the U.S. media focus on? Not...
  • How we lose wars we 'won'

    How we lose wars we 'won'
    On a recent visit to Moab, Utah, I saw a T-shirt with a picture of a Jeep stuck in a gap between two rock formations and a caption: "Confidence is the feeling you have before you fully understand the situation." If you still brim with self-assurance...
  • White House: Arms to Syrian rebels due 'in the weeks to come'

    White House: Arms to Syrian rebels due 'in the weeks to come'
    WASHINGTON- -The White House said Friday that it will take weeks to deliver weapons and ammunition to Syrian rebels despite the rising death toll in the civil war and pleas for speedy assistance from anti-government forces. The United States has created...
  • Sitting short in the saddle

    WASHINGTON -- If the Barack Obama Story were to be made into a movie these days, it's certain that a John Wayne type would not be cast in the leading role. There's little in our current president that smacks of intimidating true grit. That at least is...
  • Obama frozen in angst as Middle East violence deepens

    WASHINGTON -- President Obama, in a sea of foreign policy troubles, accepted his leadership responsibilities in a CNN interview last week while lamenting the complexity of these challenges. He noted the old Harry Truman dictum that "the buck stops" in...