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Foreign Minister Moussa Koussa, who as former intelligence chief is intimately familiar with Qaddafi's most notorious operations, defected from the Libyan regime yesterday.
03/31/2011 09:48 am
It turns out that what newly converted 'birther' Donald Trump released with much fanfare is not an official birth certificate. What does that say about his identity, and possible presidential bid?
03/29/2011 03:43 pm
Claims of 'McCarthyism' in the wake of the Peter King hearings threaten to suffocate a vital discourse on Islamism just when we need it most. Even as cries of 'Islamophobia' seek to smother debate, Muslim Americans must speak up, and out loud.
03/29/2011 02:09 pm
Arnold Palmer Invitational came two weeks before the Masters. Scotsman Martin Laird said the Arnold Palmer Invitational was good preparation for the new season's first major.
03/28/2011 03:42 pm
Secretary of Defense Gates and Secretary of State Clinton say the US-led military action in Libya is going well. But while Libya is not a 'vital interest,' the US could be there for months.
03/27/2011 02:13 pm
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Missile attacks on Libyan air defenses have freed US jets to attack ground targets. But questions remain, including the use of human shields and the chance that Qaddafi might remain in power.
03/20/2011 01:33 pm
A see-through dress worn by Kate Middleton in 2002 sold at auction for just over $125,000 in London on March 17. The reason? Hearsay has it that the dress made Britain's Prince William see Ms. Middleton as more than just a friend, sparking a romance that will culminate in a legendary wedding on April 29.
03/18/2011 03:15 pm
Danny Boyle's cinematic survival tale '127 Hours,' Amos Lee's soulful album 'Mission Bell,' Ian Rankin's intriguing detective story 'The Complaints,' and more recommendations.
03/14/2011 01:05 am