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  • JFK Assassination Movie 'Parkland' Shifted Back to Oct. 4

    Exclusive Releasing has moved back the release of the John F. Kennedy assassination drama "Parkland," starring Zac Efron, Marcia Gay Harden and Paul Giamatti, to Oct. 4. The newly minted distributor is timing the opening to coincide with the 50th...
  • Emmys: Governors Ball stars 'Breaking Bad' (and a breaking bar?)

    Emmys: Governors Ball stars 'Breaking Bad' (and a breaking bar?)
    Bryan Cranston was the man of the hour at the Governors Ball after the 65th Primetime Emmy Awards on Sunday. Early in the evening Jeff Daniels, who beat Cranston for the actor in a drama Emmy, left quietly down a back escalator. He had his Emmy in...
  • Drone warfare foretells an ever-expanding and illegal war

    PARIS -- The disclosure that current American drone warfare operations are directed from the presidential office in the White House, with the president himself selecting persons to be assassinated by unmanned American drone aircraft in the Muslim...
  • 50 years after the march

    WASHINGTON -- The current remembrance of the historic March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom of half a century ago has rightly focused on Martin Luther King's epic "I Have Dream" speech, which prophesied racial progress that at the time many saw as a...
  • Review: 'Parkland' shaky in showing days after JFK's assassination

    Review: 'Parkland' shaky in showing days after JFK's assassination
    "Parkland" hangs on a split second on Nov. 22, 1963, when a president was shot, a country was wounded and a city was brought to its knees. This unsettling film zeros in on the initial impact — just four days — for those closest to the...
  • Re-enactment spotlights legal legacy of Mormon church founder Joseph Smith

    Re-enactment spotlights legal legacy of Mormon church founder Joseph Smith
    Constantly in and out of courtrooms until killed by a mob outside a jail in Carthage, Ill., Mormon church founder Joseph Smith spent much of his adult life as a wanted man. On Monday, three lesser known legal battles that kept Smith a free man will come...
  • 'Parkland' U.K. Release to Coincide With JFK Assassination Anniversary

    The U.K. release for "Parkland," the John F. Kennedy assassination drama, has been moved back two weeks by distributor Koch Media to Nov. 22 -- when it will coincide with the 50th anniversary of the day Kennedy was killed in Dallas. Five other markets --...
  • Afghanistan governor assassinated in mosque bombing

    Afghanistan governor assassinated in mosque bombing
    KABUL, Afghanistan -- A bomb placed in a mosque detonated during morning prayers Tuesday, killing the governor of eastern Logar province, Afghan officials said. No one immediately claimed responsibility for the assassination of the governor, Arsallah...
  • 'Reign' review: Gossip girls of 16th century

    'Reign' review: Gossip girls of 16th century
    The CW doesn't like to stretch too far beyond its target demo, which, after watching "Reign," I've decided must be teen girls who failed History class. "Reign" (8 p.m. CT Oct. 17, CW; 2 stars out of 4) tells the story of Mary, Teen of Scots, who is being...
  • A Little Boy's Plan To Save The President

    If they get me to Dallas, I can save the president. Those were my thoughts as I stared at the black and white Zenith TV sitting in the corner of my parent's living room. On the screen was the picture of President John F. Kennedy along with the dates:...
  • Egypt crackdown complaint against Nobel laureate tossed out by judge

    Egypt crackdown complaint against Nobel laureate tossed out by judge
    CAIRO - An Egyptian judge Saturday threw out a legal complaint against Nobel laureate and prominent former diplomat Mohamed El Baradei, who had been accused of breaching the public trust for quitting as vice president to protest a violent crackdown on the...
  • Film Review: 'One PM Central Standard Time'

    Filmmaker Alastair Layzell artfully entwines profound tragedy and professional triumph in "One PM Central Standard Time," a fascinating documentary that details how the "story of the century" -- the 1963 assassination of President Kennedy -- was covered...