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By Brahma Chellaney
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Big Brother
The superhero has given way to characters who fight their own terrors
"Big Brother" contestant Spencer Clawson has learned the hard way that you never... ever joke about child pornography
Lon Snowden’s anguish over his son, Edward Snowden, is turning into something else he didn’t expect: disillusion with a government he once proudly served. “I’m an American citizen who has lost faith in many of the leaders on both sides of the political aisle,” Mr. Snowden said during an interview with The Washington Times.
Sales of George Orwell's novel about a Big Brother society that is under complete government control and surveillance, "1984," has soared on Amazon book lists in recent days — and continues to climb by the hour.
For a former senior lecturer in constitutional law, President Obama sure has an interesting viewpoint on the U.S. Constitution. It's a position that likely would mystify the Founding Fathers and most other presidents in our nation's history.
New York City Council members pushed a speed-camera program forward on Wednesday with a vote to petition state lawmakers to approve a pilot program.
YouTube is extending its original programming initiative into Europe, with at least 60 new video channels from media companies including Britain's BBC, London-based FreemantleMedia and the Netherlands' Endemol.
Seven-time nominee Louis C.K. and Ricky Gervais, creator of "The Office," are among the stars who will be handing out Emmys on this year's prime-time awards show.
CBS dropped its lawsuit Friday against ABC over its reality series "The Glass House," citing the show's low viewership numbers as a reason it is no longer interested in the case.
CBS still wants to evict "The Glass House" from the airwaves.
Prime-time viewership numbers compiled by the Nielsen Co. for July 9-15. Listings include the week's ranking and viewership.
Baseball's All-Star Game hit a home run with viewers last week.
Claire Danes has some busy months ahead: Not only is her hit TV series "Homeland" returning for its second season in September, but she's pregnant as well.
The London Olympics are no ordinary games. Not since World War II have Britain and the United States teamed up for such a massive security operation on British soil.
Now that ABC's "The Glass House" is on the air, it's hard not to wonder why CBS was so upset.