John Brennan, Obama's top counterterrism aide, offered a strong rebuke of Dick Cheney's criticism and suggested that post-9/11 intelligence-gathering networks still can't bring all the relevant information together.
President Obama will appear on a World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) holiday program this Saturday night.
Mamet’s latest on Broadway, an a cappella sing-off on NBC, a Tunisian oud player takes on jazz, and more.
A sponsor of the US Olympic team is offering a free trip to the 2010 Vancouver Games for an office worker who triumphs amid high cubicle barriers, empty toner cartridges, and meetings that never end.
About 60 percent of Americans feel a 'great deal' or 'a lot' of personal responsibility to protect the environment, but that attitude isn't necessarily reflected in day-to-day actions.
The goal of the Afghanistan surge is limited: to break the Taliban's momentum by July 2011. Plenty of US troops will remain in Afghanistan after that to continue work on longer-term goals, said Defense Secretary Robert Gates Sunday.
As Americans' media habits shift toward the Internet, cable companies are being marginalized. The potential Comcast-NBC Universal deal is Comcast's bid to remain relevant.