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He'll also be managing editor of the program, which he intends to take on the road as often as possible so he can continue such franchises as the self-explanatory "Made in America."
Rizzoli & Isles In the season finale, a respected county prosecutor is arrested for murder, but as the evidence against him starts to mount, Jane begins to believe he is innocent.
Cuban ex-president Fidel Castro lashed out at Israel, the United States and Europe on Monday, saying Israel's Mossad intelligence agency was behind the radical Islamic State group and comparing NATO military representatives to the Nazi SS.
Fidel Castro on Monday attacked the alleged imperialism of the United States and its allies, accusing them of promoting conflicts in third countries and comparing the style of recent statements by NATO spokespeople with those of the Nazis.
Hers was not only the sole No vote on the bill, but reportedly the only No vote ever cast in the one-party Cuban parliament since Fidel Castro ousted the previous U.S.-backed regime in 1959.
When a comedian's "brilliant" witticism bombs he'll often complain to the "dumb" audience that: "The irony is lost on you people!" "Don't Shoot!" was the Ferguson demonstrator slogan/chant right? Well, upon his very first experience with something properly describable as combat, the world's most celebrated "guerrilla fighter" actually snuck away ... (more)
I come from a country that self-destructed. It was not a suicide out of desperation or despair--which, however unwise, would have deserved a certain respect.
Reuters, the Associated Press, CNN, PBS, and their ilk just love to portray Cubans as happy-go-lucky noble savages who are very pleased with their so-called Revolution and its leaders.
Chinese police said Thursday they have detained a suspect in connection with the alleged hacking of a Chinese cable television service after it broadcast censored Tiananmen crackdown pictures and messages condemning the ruling Communist party.
Japanese health officials said Thursday that three young people have contracted dengue fever, the first such infections in the country in nearly 70 years.
South Korea's top court on Thursday acquitted a man accused of sympathising with North Korea by retweeting posts by its government, arguing his action poses little threat to national security.
A dog welfare group Action for Singapore Dogs, or ASD, has spoken out against the Housing Development Board for its "debarking" suggestion to dog owners.
This meeting, held in New York and chaired by Ted Koppel of ABC Networks, formed part Nelson Mandela's first visit to the USA immediately following his release after 27 years in prison.
If you're looking for a way to be put off your breakfast, try reading the Cuba Assets Control Regulations from the U.S. Department of the Treasury over coffee.
Updated: Tue Sep 02, 2014 07:23 am
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