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Dr. Strangelove Was Almost All True
A rogue general could've used nukes, says Eric Schlosser
The US and Israel's Strange Alliance
Ramzy Baroud on Israel's reaction to Kerry's peace plan
A New Year Just Like the Old Year
Jennifer Rubin Wants More War, notes Philip Giraldi
 Obama: Raise Pentagon Budget Every Year
Wants increases beyond budget cap allowances
Kerry Promises Occupation-Free Palestine
Netanyahu: No Israelis can ever be uprooted
US Army of Contractors Now Works for Iraq
Thousands of contractors remain in place
 Is the Iran Deal a Done Deal?
Unless the Lobby can screw it up, says Phil Giraldi
50 States of Fear
Peter Ludlow on the terrorized Americans
Lebanon Holding Together
For now, says Nick Giambruno
Updated January 25, 2014 - 3:36 AM EST
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January 24th, 2014
Obama Aide Predicts Another 'Interim' Deal With Iran
Shelling in Iraq Province Lifts Casualty Toll to 19 Killed, 86 Wounded
Kerry: Iran Must 'Prove' Nuclear Program Is Peaceful
White House Guidance: Increase Pentagon Budget Every Year
Kiev Truce Falls Apart, and Unrest Resurges
Prolonged Fight Feared in Egypt After Bombings
Algerian Opposition Party to Boycott Elections
Explosions in Nw China Kill 3, Injure 2 Others
French Army Kills 11 Militants in Mali Anti-Terror Op
UN: Thousands of Nigerians Flee Fighting in North
Fighting Erupts in C. African Republic Capital
South Sudan Rebels Say Govt Violating New Ceasefire
Mali Military Says 2 Rockets Fall Near Kidal
Kerry Brags: No One Intervenes in Middle East as Much as US
US Will Help With Olympics Security if Needed, Hagel Says
Israel Frets Rise of al-Qaeda in Syria
Iran, Saudis Agree: Other Side's Fighters Need to Leave Syria
16 Dead in Attacks Ahead of Egypt 'Anniversary'
US 'Army of Contractors' Now Works for Iraq
Erik Prince: Out of Blackwater and Into China
Federal Court System Hit by Cyberattack
Kerry Promises an Occupation-Free Palestine State
Al-Shabaab Continues to Forcibly Recruit Adults and Children in Somalia
Ukraine: Yanukovych 'Concessions' Fail to End Unrest
Google Rumored to Be Pulling Its Team From the DARPA Robotics Challenge
Microsoft Lawyer: Let Customers Decide Country Where Cloud Data Is Stored
Pakistan's Musharraf Wants Heart Treatment Abroad
Hagel: 'Appropriate Arrangements' Made to Evacuate US Citizens From Russia
Stone: White House Viewed Surveillance Report as 'Liberal'
US Citizen Taken From His Apartment in Cairo by Egyptian Security Officials
Former Interpreter for the Times Is Killed in Afghanistan
EU Official Meets Ukraine's Yanukovych Amid Protest Stalemate
Russian Cyber Surveillance Is Going to Be Massive During Upcoming Sochi Winter Olympics
Up to 48,000 Afghan, Iraq Vets at Risk for Homelessness
North Korea Sends Open Letter to South Korea Asking to End 'Hostile Military Acts'
Dennis Rodman 'Investigated for Violating Sanctions' Against North Korea
Kashmiri Truckers Stranded in New India-Pakistan Row
Ex-Syria Envoy Kofi Annan Says Iran Should Play Regional Role
UN Documents New War Crimes in Syria for Future Prosecution
Museum of Islamic Art in Cairo Seriously Damaged After Bomb Blast
UN Urges Myanmar to Probe Sectarian Killings
Kerry: Peace Ultimately Requires Full Israeli Pullout From Palestinian Areas
Palestinians: No Al-Qaeda in West Bank
Kerry Promises Palestinians an IDF-Free State
Europe Is Less Worried Than US About Threat to Sochi Olympics
Deadly Blast Sets Egypt on Edge Ahead of Revolt's Anniversary
5 Ways Life in Iran Is Nothing Like You Think
Secretary of State Kerry Rejects Notion US Is Disengaging From World
Iran, Jordan, Turkey Fms Call for Syria's War to End, Foreign Fighters to Leave
Egyptian Diplomat Kidnapped in Libyan Capital
Robert Gates: US Should Give Iraq 'Wide Range of Military Assistance'
Madagascar Strongman Steps Down, Clears Way for Successor
Israel Warns of Growing Jihadi Threat From Syria
North Korea Agrees to Reunions of War-Divided Families
UN: South Sudan Looters Steal Food to Feed 220,000 for a Month
North Korea Warns US, South Korea Military Drills Could Spark Disaster
Ukraine Unrest: Protesters Storm Regional Offices
South Sudan Ceasefire Takes Effect
Egypt Militants Step Up Campaign With Cairo Blasts
Pathribal: Indian Army Says No Evidence Against Officers in Kashmir Killings
Blasphemy Case: Briton in Pakistan Sentenced to Death
Thailand Constitutional Court Says Polls Can Be Delayed
Netanyahu: I Will Not Uproot a Single Israeli
State Department Rapped for Poor Oversight of Afghan Justice Program
UN Nuclear Chief Says Still 'Long Way to Go' on Iran
Rouhani: Israel Will Not Attack Iran
Did This Tor Developer Become the First Known Victim of the NSA's Laptop Interception Program?
Collapse Averted, Syrian Govt and Opposition to Meet Again Saturday
Patience Runs Thin as Syrian Chemical Handover Stalls
Can a Tweet Put You in Prison? It Certainly Will in the UK
Mississippi Is Now the Tenth State to Consider Legislation to Ban Cooperation With NSA
US Computer Scientists Reject Mass Surveillance
Tech Leaders at Davos: Mass Internet Surveillance Is Bad for Business
Google's Eric Schmidt Says He Was Unaware of NSA Snooping
Republican Party Calls for End to NSA Domestic Phone Records Program
What Is the NSA Sharing With Other Countries?
New York City Mayor: 'Part of My Job Description Is to Be a Defender of Israel'
Gaza Protester Shot Dead by Israeli Soldiers
At Least 10 Dead in Police Station Bombings, Clashes With Security Forces in Egypt
FBI Efforts to Assist Sochi Olympics Limited by Russians
Pentagon Study Finds Agencies Ill Equipped to Detect Foreign Nuclear Efforts
Claims of Police Brutality in Ukraine Amid Talks to Quell Unrest
A Giant Military Surveillance Blimp Is Going to Constantly Monitor the East Coast
Hundreds of Islamists Rally Against New Tunisia Charter
America's Army of Contractors Now Work for Iraq
Cross-Border Family Meetings Get North Korean Approval
Bomb Attacks in Egypt Kill at Least 6 People
Iraq Fighting 'Displaces 140,000' in Anbar, Says Unhcr
Saudi Royal Calls for UN Resolution to Pull Shi'ite Militias From Syria
7 Soldiers Injured in S. Philippine Land Mine Blast
Some of the Biggest Names in Cryptography Condemn NSA Spying in Open Letter
Poland to Look Into New Allegations About Secret CIA Jail
Activists: 63 People Die in Syria Refugee Camp
McCain Condemns Detention of Al Jazeera Staff in Egypt
Israeli Forces Shoot Dead Gaza Protester, Injure Another
Reports: Ukraine Leader Offers Concessions in Kiev Crisis
Turkey Seals Border Against al-Qaeda
Afghan Volleyball Players Mourned – After They Are Mistaken for Cricketers
Uganda's Leading Opposition Figure Held Again
Alfred Mccoy on the NSA and History of Political Surveillance
White House Budget Guidance Calls for Increased Pentagon Spending
Nigeria's Boko Haram Kills 18 in Village Attacks: Witnesses
Afghan Journalist Noor Ahmed Noori Found Dead in Helmand Province
Pakistan Suspends Shi'ite Pilgrimage Route to Iran
Watch What Happens When Obama Picks a Top Donor as Ambassador
Snowden Won't Be Pressured to End Asylum, Russia Says
North Korea Agrees to Reunions of War-Divided Families
In Ukraine, Protests Resemble Medieval Battle
Bomb Blast in Rome as Hollande Meets Pope
Bomb Attacks in Egypt Kill at Least 5 Police Officers
January 23rd, 2014
US and Iran Offer Clashing Accounts of the Civil War in Syria
January 22nd, 2014
Blimplike Surveillance Craft Set to Deploy Over Maryland Heighten Privacy Concerns
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Highlights
Dr. Strangelove Was Almost All True
A rogue general could've used nukes, says Eric Schlosser
The US and Israel's Strange Alliance
Ramzy Baroud on Israel's reaction to Kerry's peace plan
A New Year Just Like the Old Year
Jennifer Rubin Wants More War, notes Philip Giraldi
Breaking News
Obama: Raise Pentagon Budget Every Year
Wants increases beyond budget cap allowances
Kerry Promises Occupation-Free Palestine
Netanyahu: No Israelis can ever be uprooted
US Army of Contractors Now Works for Iraq
Thousands of contractors remain in place