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  • A rehab model for Gitmo detainees

    A rehab model for Gitmo detainees
      This week, the Senate takes up a White House-backed defense authorization bill that would reduce the restrictions on repatriating Yemeni nationals held in the Guantanamo Bay detention facility. These changes are long overdue. Many of these detainees...
  • In Lebanon, Iran Embassy bombings kill 25

    In Lebanon, Iran Embassy bombings kill 25
    BEIRUT — A pair of suicide bombings at Iran's embassy that killed an Iranian diplomat and at least 24 other people underscored how the violence in Syria has traversed borders and fanned sectarian tensions across the Middle East. Lebanon has long...
  • Don't clone Guantanamo

    Don't clone Guantanamo
    In recent months, President Obama has rededicated himself to his longtime goal of closing the detention facility at Guantanamo Bay, and there are signs that Congress may assist him in making good on that promise. It will depend on whether the final 2014...
  • 'The Frackers' tells a one-sided account of the new energy boom

    'The Frackers' tells a one-sided account of the new energy boom
    Fracking on a large scale may be coming soon to California as oilmen converge on the Monterey Shale, a formation that could hold 15 billion barrels' worth of oil. At $100 a barrel, that's … a lot of money. Money is the real subject of Gregory...
  • INFOGRAPHIC: What country has highest number of active Twitter users?

    INFOGRAPHIC: What country has highest number of active Twitter users?
    Which country has the largest number of actively tweeting Twitter users?  We're No. 1! Yes, in what is likely a surprise to no one, the U.S. is tops. We have more than 50 million Twitter users, after all. What may be more surprising is how many in the...
  • Iran nuclear deal appears imminent

    Iran nuclear deal appears imminent
    GENEVA — A deal to limit Iran's nuclear program appeared close to completion Friday as negotiators from six world powers and Tehran smoothed remaining conflicts and top diplomats began arriving to join the talks. After a rocky day Thursday,...
  • More Saudi Arabians studying in the U.S.

     More Saudi Arabians studying in the U.S.
    At first glance, the Facebook photo doesn't look like a USC alumni gathering: No cardinal and gold in sight, not a single Tommy Trojan to be found. But, on closer inspection, it's apparent that half of the smiling men are flashing the Trojan "victory"...
  • Nuclear deal with Iran is only 'first step' of difficult climb

    Nuclear deal with Iran is only 'first step' of difficult climb
    GENEVA — Turning the fragile preliminary agreement on Iran's nuclear program into a stringent long-term deal will require even harder negotiations than those in the arduous months leading up to Sunday's signing ceremony in Geneva. New issues...
  • Iran's leaders call nuclear deal a success

    Iran's leaders call nuclear deal a success
    TEHRAN — Iran’s leadership Sunday hailed the interim nuclear deal brokered in Geneva between Iranian envoys and representatives of the United States and five other world powers. Iran’s supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, thanked...
  • Syria peace talks will start in January, U.N. says

    Syria peace talks will start in January, U.N. says
    BEIRUT — Long-delayed peace talks designed to end the bloody conflict in Syria will begin Jan. 22 in Geneva, United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon announced Monday, amid growing international alarm about the rise of Islamic militant rebels...
  • Letters: Don't shut this window on Iran

    Letters: Don't shut this window on Iran
    Re "Iran agrees to nuclear limits," Nov. 24 No one disagrees that, should Iran fail to meet its obligations under the interim nuclear deal, tougher sanctions should come as a consequence. Why, then, are some members of Congress so adamant about enacting...