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- The U.S. Just Botched Yet Another Chance to Press for Human Rights in China July 7, 2015During the Strategic & Economic Dialogue, U.S. officials walked on eggshells.Sophie Richardson
- 9 Ways the TPP Is Bad for Developing Countries July 7, 2015The TPP is supposed to create a "level playing field" for trade. Instead, it unfairly shackles developing economies.Rick Rowden
- Carter: ‘Awfully Small Number’ of Syrian Rebels Being Trained by U.S. July 7, 2015Defense Secretary offers no explanation for why the number of Syrians being trained appears to be shrinking.Paul McLeary
- How North Korea’s Marchers for Peace Became Fellow Travelers July 7, 2015The Nobel Laureates and prominent activists who recently crossed into North Korea showed a shocking lack of sympathy for the North Korean people. […]Thor Halvorssen and Alex Gladstein
- Where Did Chinese State Media Get All Those Facebook Followers? July 7, 2015People's Daily is surging on a social media platform Chinese citizens can't even access.Alexa Olesen
- 1st Cav commander throws tantrum, bans reporter over quibble about story wording July 7, 2015Maj. Gen. Michael Bills, commanding general of the first Cavalry Division, based at Fort Hood, Texas, banned Rose Thayer, a reporter for the Killeen Daily Herald, over the wording of a story. […]Thomas E. Ricks
- A missing part of the Iraq war July 7, 2015An astute reader pointed out in an e-mail to me in July that the U.S. military has never released much information about the decisions to pay money to the Iraqi Sunni insurgents during the Surge, or how much was paid and where the money wound up.Thomas E. Ricks
- Iran Nuclear Talks Are Extended (Again) July 7, 2015On Tuesday, the State Department announced that negotiators working to complete a landmark agreement to limit Tehran’s nuclear program will miss today’s deadline and continue negotiations for several days.John Hudson
- Gun Battle, Car Bomb in Kabul; Bomb Scare Grounds Turkish Flight in Delhi; Bhutto’s Security Blames Her Actions For Her Death July 7, 2015Afghanistan Gun battle at NDS, NATO convoy hit by car bomb On Tuesday, several gunmen stormed the installation in Kabul that houses Afghanistan’s intelligence agency, the National Directorate of Security (NDS) (Pajhwok). The battle against the militants is ongoing, and no group has claimed responsibility yet. Just one hour prior to the NDS attack, a ...Courtney Schuster
- Situation Report: Iraq first, or Syria; moves at the Pentagon; top Yemen jihadist identified; bomb-blasting lasers for U.S. planes; and lots more July 7, 2015By Paul McLeary with Adam Rawnsley New day, old tensions. For the first time in months, there’s some real tension building over where the U.S.-led coalition should focus bombing efforts in the fight against the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria. After a cluster of 16 airstrikes around the jihadist headquarters in Raqqa on July ...Paul McLeary
- Sanders honors Willie Nelson May 31, 2011Sen. Bernie Sanders presented music legend Willie Nelson with the 2011 Vermont Free Spirit Award Sunday ...
- Meghan McCain's new book May 31, 2011“SO EXCITED TO FINALLY ANNOUNCE - I'm writing my next book with a gosh darned Democrat,” McCain tweets ...
- Mitt Romney doesn't like vampires May 31, 2011On “The Today Show," Romney seeks to prove his pop culture savvy, calling himself a fan of the “Twilight” series ...
- The best of late night TV May 31, 2011Check out POLITICO’s selection of the major highlights and laughs from last night’s late-night television …
- The week in one-liners May 31, 2011Trump says, "You don't cancel shows that have very good ratings," and President Obama comments on Guinness ...
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- Brian Grazer on Reviving "Arrested Development"The show's producer faced a real challenge getting the show's huge stars back into the fold. Plus, Tony Hale teases the return of Buster Bluth!
- "Vampire Diaries" Spinoff Details RevealedJoseph Morgan and Daniel Gillies give fans a taste of what to expect from "The Originals." Listen in to find out more on their storylines.