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Updated January 5, 2011 - 11:21 PM EST
NATO Troops Kill Three Civilians in Afghan Raid
  NATO Claims Deal With Tribes in South Afghanistan
Pakistani Governor Assassinated in Islamabad
  Pakistani Opposition Gives Government Ultimatum
Army Board to 'Evaluate' Bradley Manning
  US Tells Agencies: Watch 'Insiders' to Prevent New WikiLeaks
North Korea Fumes, South Sets More War Games
Netanyahu Presses US to Free Jonathan Pollard
  Qassam Hits Israel; Israel Attacks Gaza Targets
Anti-US Cleric Muqtada al-Sadr Returns to Iraq
Internet Censorship Sparks Hacker Backlash Against Tunisia
The Toppling: How the Media Inflated a Minor Moment in a Long War  by Peter Maass
Gimme More Magna Carta!  by Neil Kitson
WikiLeaks' Most Terrifying Revelation: Just How Much Our Govt Lies to Us  by Fred Branfman
Ours Is a Most Peaceful Era  by Gene Healy
Dignity Doesn't Fly  by Brian Doherty
The Un-Jewish Assault on Richard Goldstone by Letty Cottin Pogrebin

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Calif. Supreme Court Approves Warrantless Data Seizures by Police

Rep. King Blasts Critics, Defends Hearing on Muslims

Bereaved Israelis, Palestinians Unite Across Violent Borders

300 Tennessee Soldiers Leaving for Iraq

Agency Extends Afghan Food-Supply Contract for Firm That Hired Former Director

What It Took to Get the Defense Spending Bill Passed

Obama Aides Lean Against Bypass of Guantánamo Rules

Cheney Is Back, With Heart Pump and New Outlook


In Surprise, Iraq May Enforce Withdrawal Deadline

Iraqi Refugees Fleeing to Arizona, Searching for a Better Life

'Al-Qaeda' Pays $150 Per Hit in Iraq

Iraq: Free Speech Protests in Kurdistan

Resurgent Turkey Flexes Its Muscles Around Iraq

Spanish Court Opens Probe Into Killings in Iraq

Tuesday: 6 Iraqis Killed, 5 Wounded

Middle East

US Memo: Iranian Hard-Liners Blocked Nuke Deal

US Calls Iran's Offer of Nuke Tour a PR Stunt

The War at Home

FBI Steps Up Wikileaks-Linked Probe With Texas, Germany Raids

White House Shakeup Could Mean Gibbs' Exit

Fla. Arms Dealer Gets 4 Years in Pentagon Fraud

Mexican Cartel Violence Prompts Calls for Bigger National Guard Deployment Along the Border

Brian Williams: TSA Groped Me

In Other News

Eritrea: Opposition Forces to Launch a United Attack in 2011

Philippine Raid Captures Communist Rebel Commander

US Man Gets 15 Years for 1968 Hijacking to Cuba

Escaped From Belarus, Actors Raise Voices

After a Court Ruling, Turkey Frees 23 Suspected Militants

Facebook Generation Fights Hungarian Media Law


Karzai Complains About Foreign Interference

Afghanistan Watchdog Fires 2 Top Deputies

Afghan Officials Say Iran Fuel Ban Raising Prices


Bus Bomb Wounds 15 Soldiers' Children in Pakistan

Salman Taseer Assassination Points to Pakistani Extremists' Mounting Power

Outspoken Pakistani Governor Salman Taseer Leaves Legacy of Tweets

Pakistan Was Deadliest for Reporters Last Year


Israel Arrests 2 UK Consulate Workers in Jerusalem

East Jerusalem Home Demolitions Up

Protesters Call Barak 'Child Murderer'

Jerusalem Boxing Club Unites Jews and Arabs in and Out of the Ring

Middle East

Saudi Arabia 'Nabbed Israeli-Tagged Vulture for Being Mossad Spy'

Opposition, Trade Unions Blast Israeli Official's Visit to Jordan


Sudan President: I'll Support South if It Secedes

Sudanese Regime 'Will Be Toppled Peacefully'


Justin Raimondo
Media as a Branch of Government

Ivan Eland
Tea Party Should Emulate Clinton, Not Reagan

Kelley B. Vlahos
WikiLeaks Highlights Drug War Mission Creep

Nebojsa Malic
Moments of Revelation

Philip Giraldi
Will 2011 Become 1848?

Ran HaCohen
Racism, Rabbinical and Otherwise

David R. Henderson
Adm. Mullen's Spinning vs. Prof. Hayek's Insight

Charles V. Peņa
TSA: Theater Security Administration

Alan Bock
How Brainy Is Obama?

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