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Slain ISIS leader may have held American hostage

The Islamic State leader killed by U.S. forces in Syria over the weekend may have held American Kayla Mueller hostage at one point before she was killed, intelligence officials suspect. U.S. spies are currently examining whether or not Mueller — ... The Hill, 6 days ago

'Turn: Washington's Spies' recap: Oddly, Patriots try to save Redcoat

In a strange twist, Patriots scheme to rescue a Redcoat officer on Houses Divided, Episode 206 of Turn: Washington's Spies on AMC. Rebels have kidnapped British Major Edmond Hewlett (Burn Gorman) and wrongly convicted him of wartime atrocities ...
 Los Angeles Times1 week ago 'Turn: Washington's Spies' recap: Ledger reveals crushing British debt  Los Angeles Times2 weeks ago 'Turn: Washington's Spies' recap: Savagery, not civility, rules the day  Los Angeles Times3 weeks ago 'TURN: Washington's Spies' recap: Both sides step up covert activity  Los Angeles Times1 month ago

A new chapter in history: The best historical fiction of spring

TAKE a trip back in time with Kate Atherton's selection of the season's best historical fiction… Eagles At War by Ben Kane (Preface, £12.99) In 9AD, Germanic tribes destroyed three of Rome's legions in the Teutoburg Forest and seized their ...
 Scottish Daily Express2 weeks ago

The Cambridge Spies: Why Do We Still Find Them So Fascinating?

An interview with Peter Murphy , author of a new novel about the Cambridge Spies, And is there Honey Still for Tea? ( No Exit Press , publication on 23 April) who says that the public continues to be fascinated by the Spies, even 50 years or more ...
 Huffington Post UK2 weeks ago Conor Mills: The Cambridge Spies: Why Do We Still Find Them So Fascinating?  Huffington Post UK2 weeks ago

Ben Carson Hired a Magic-Loving, Castle-Owning, Crisis-Management "Fireman" to Plot His 2016 Bid

Ben Carson's resumé doesn't read like those of your average presidential aspirant—pediatric neurosurgeon, best-selling author, motivational speaker. And to help plot his long-shot path to the White House, this unlikely candidate has turned to a ...
 Mother Jones2 weeks ago

Internment camp art to be displayed at California museum

A California museum has acquired an art collection created by Japanese Americans held in internment camps after an East Coast auction house canceled the sale of photographs and other artifacts amid protests. The Japanese American National Museum ...
 Zaman2 weeks ago
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Olivier winner A View from the Bridge on the big screen

The Young Vic's "magnetic, electrifying, astonishingly bold" production of American playwright Arthur Miller's Olivier Award-winning A View from the Bridge will be screened at Cinema Nouveau for four screenings only: 25, 29 and 30 April at 7.30pm, ...
 Biz Community1 month ago A View From the Bridge on the big screen  Artslink.co.za1 month ago
US News & World Report

The Senate Proving Ground for the Presidency

For nearly a half-century in American politics, it was the kiss of death. Being a sitting U.S. senator should, on paper, give a presidential hopeful the perfect perch from which to launch a campaign. There's the platform for big ideas, the ...
 US News & World Report1 month ago
Oman Observer

Can the President Kill Americans?

Posted August 07, 2014 In some respects, the recent admission by CIA Director John Brennan that his agents and his lawyers have been spying on the senators whose job it is to monitor the agency should come as no ...
 Town Hall1 month ago Days of US meddling in Latin America over: Obama  Oman Observer1 month ago Obama, Castro herald new era at Americas Summit  Yahoo Philippines News1 month ago Obama and Raul Castro shook hands at opening of the Americas summit in Panama  Social Dashboard1 month ago
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Miami Herald

Obama's Latin America policies likely to smooth path at Panama summit

MEXICO CITY — President Barack Obama will find himself in perhaps the strongest diplomatic position in years for a U.S. leader when he travels to Jamaica and Panama this week, the result of broad, more intense American engagement in a region ...
 Stars and Stripes1 month ago Obama will deal from strength at Americas summit  Miami Herald1 month ago Senate Approves Trade Bill in Victory for Obama  American Economic Alert1 day ago
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