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  • Podcast: Doyle McManus discusses Gen. McChrystal's resignation

     
    Doyle McManus, Washington columnist for The Times' Op-Ed page, shared his analysis Wednesday on the resignation of Army Gen. Stanley A. McChrystal. Click here to listen to the podcast. The audio clip is divided roughly into four parts, the first of...
  • Tuesday's TV Talk Shows

     
    Click here to download TV listings for the week of June 27 - July 3 in PDF format This week's TV Movies Weekly TV Listings can also be downloaded here The Early Show M. Night Shyamalan; Miss Delaware Kayla Martell;......
  • Good news for bad guys: Gen. Stanley McChrystal hangs up his beret; Is politics next?

     
    Will the fired commander write a book? Go on TV? Enter politics with an unlikely partner?...
  • General who led Camp Pendleton Marines into combat to become Central Command boss

     
    Marine Gen. James Mattis, who led Camp Pendleton Marines into combat in Afghanistan in 2001 and Iraq in 2003, has been nominated to become commander of U.S. Central Command, the Pentagon announced Thursday. If confirmed by the Senate, Mattis will......
  • What do Sarah Palin, Lady Gaga, Gen. McChrystal have in common? Time magazine: they're special

     
    Tuesday night's black-tie gala for Time magazine's "100 Most Influential People in the World" actually includes 350 guests who made the list, or did last year, or were invited as wannabes who could make the list next year. On some......
  • Book review: 'The Promise' by Jonathan Alter

    Book review: 'The Promise' by Jonathan Alter
    Instant histories of presidential administrations based on privileged access to White House insiders have become so de rigueur that vetting the appropriate journalist/historian really ought to be part of every new chief executive's transition process....
  • U.S. drone attacks in Pakistan get mixed response

    U.S. drone attacks in Pakistan get mixed response
    Reporting from Kundian, Pakistan, and Bagram, -- Their whir is unmistakable, a buzzing hum that prompts the tribespeople of Waziristan to refer to the fleet of armed U.S. drone aircraft hovering overhead as machay, or wasps. The Khan family never...
  • Text of John McCain's speech

    Sen. John McCain delivered these remarks Thursday night at Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul, Minn. SEN. JOHN MCCAIN: Tonight, I have a privilege given few Americans: the privilege of accepting our party's nomination for president of the United States....
  • Accommodating reality in Iraq

    There are two schools of thought in Washington about how to make peace in Iraq: the Bush administration's, and almost everyone else's. With the war in its fifth year and the troop-surge strategy for the moment producing more U.S. casualties than progress,...
  • Bipartisanship is good for both sides

    Over the last two weeks, a number of columnists and foreign policy analysts have advocated a return to bipartisanship and civil discourse as the best course for America's future. These suggestions have ignited hot responses by bloggers, primarily on the...
  • Don't tell the Spartans

    So, we went and invaded the wrong country and things are not going well there, and so our president has ordered in another 4700 troops on top of the 21,500 troop increase he ordered in January. But they're only going there in a supporting role, so the...