How can Obama meet Netanyahu after this? In Boston there is a protest today at the Park street T stop at 4, perhaps others now being planned. Meanwhile Rich Siegel translates Turkish television: "We have spoken to several spokespersons from the governments of the people on board and all of them ... 05/30/2010 - 1:00 pm | View Link
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There a lot of things about the Sony Pictures hack attack and the resulting cancellation of the Seth Rogen-James Franco movie “The Interview” that don’t make sense. It isn’t just that the entire episode feels fictional; it feels like a stretch as a fictional episode. Some upstart satirical novelist fresh out of the Iowa Writers Workshop writes a book in which the dictator of North Korea, the nation where every day is Throwback Thursday, forces a multinational media corporation to kill a Hollywood comedy built around a couple of snarky, self-referential stars.
Chris Brooks was a healthy 22-year-old, working part time in construction and finishing up his last year in college. One evening, he went out bowling with friends, returned home to his parents’ house in Middletown Township, Pennsylvania, and lay down on the couch to sleep. Then his parents noticed s
Ranchers across Texas have gotten creative with their land after drought conditions decimated cattle numbers in the nation's leading production state.
Many ranchers in Texas are opening up their pastures to hunters, while others are selling water to oil companies or desert plants and mistletoe to nurseries.
2011 was the state's driest year on record, causing ranchers to heavily cull their herds.
The search for documents is on for immigrants who may qualify for a work permit and reprieve from deportation under measures President Barack Obama announced last month.
Applicants must prove they were in the country continuously since January 2010 — a tall order for many accustomed to avoiding trails.
President Barack Obama's decision to restore diplomatic relations with Cuba is a sign that political attitudes toward Cuba are changing in Florida.
Some even suggest the decision could help cracking the Cuban-American community's longtime support for the GOP in a state that will be the biggest swing state prize in the 2016 presidential election.
For decades anything less than a hard line stand against Fidel Castro was a sure way to lose a Florida election.