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More than 20 insurgents including Arab, Chechen and Pakistani fighters have been killed by NATO and Afghan forces who are ramping up operations in the east against a Taliban faction linked to al-Qaida, the international coalition said Saturday.
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A star-studded team of professional basketball players joined President Obama and Education Secretary Arne Duncan in a game for U.S. troops and young people Sunday.
WikiLeaks Part II has begun.
Over lunch earlier this summer, a retired CIA case officer and I talked about the effect of popular culture - books, movies, magazines and the like - on public perceptions of the intelligence community.
With CIA Director Leon Panetta's June 27 conclusion that sanctions will "probably not" dent Iran's drive for a "nuclear option" and former CIA Director Michael Hayden's recent statement on CNN that a strike on Iran now "seems inexorable," the storm clouds of war seem to be circling in the Middle East once again.
President Obama has nominated a veteran investigator to be the next CIA inspector general, a crucial position that has remained vacant for more than a year.
The father of a U.S.-Yemeni citizen known as al Qaeda's top English-language Internet recruiter is fighting to have his son removed from a list of potential targets for kill or capture by the CIA or the U.S. military, and two prominent civil liberties groups want to do his bidding in court.
"Inception" is still kicking at the box office.