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The emphasis of the American news media on the third anniversary of the imprisonment of American contractor Allan Gross in Cuba for attempting to give internet access to the island's small Jewish community is natural. American journalists always follow up...
Current TV, the struggling news/talk channel co-founded by former Vice President Al Gore, is in advanced talks to sell itself to Al Jazeera, the Qatar-based cable news company, a person close to the stituation confirmed. An announcement regarding a sale...
Lo más importante para los periodistas que viajan a Cuba hoy día es escribir sobre los tres años que el contratista estadounidense Allan Gross ha estado en la cárcel por tratar de llevar equipos de internet a la pequeña comunidad judía que vive en la...
CAIRO -- Islamists and their opponents clashed in the Egyptian coastal city of Alexandria on Friday, the eve of the nation's final vote on a divisive constitutional referendum. At least 60 people were injured. Supporters of the Islamist-drafted...
Tags: Elections, Activism, Mohamed Morsi, Politics, Islam
CAIRO -- The Algerian military on Thursday launched a raid to retake a natural gas complex from Islamic militants who seized the compound a day earlier and took scores of hostages, including Americans, Britons and Japanese. Conflicting reports of...
Tags: Government, News Agency, David Cameron, Algeria, BP Plc
Al Gore, the former vice president and clean-air advocate, and his co-investors have sold liberal cable channel Current TV to Al Jazeera, the network bankrolled by the emir of Qatar. The sale exposes an apparent contradiction between Gore’s...
The TV Guy - Orlando SentinelThe low-rated Current TV is off Bright House Networks after the announcement that the channel was being sold to Al Jazeera. “Our agreement with Current TV has been terminated and we will no longer be carrying the service,” Bright House...
DEERFIELD BEACH Hundreds of men and women who have committed minor offenses, such as driving without a license, or no apparent crime at all, are locked up for weeks and months in a little-known central Broward County facility run by a private company....
Tens of thousands of protesters rallied across Iraq on Friday, charging that Sunni Muslims had been disenfranchised under the Shiite-led government of Prime Minister Nouri Maliki and pressing for detainees to be freed. Protests have raged for weeks and...
Tags: Muqtada Sadr, Government, Japan, South Korea, Philippines
"The Biggest Loser" counts on Jillian Michaels being tough. Her no-nonsense, hands-off-the-treadmill, in-your-face antics make for exceptionally good TV! But is she being too tough, too no-nonsense as she returns to the show? (Put another way: Is she...
A poet will face life in prison in Qatar after penning verses that state officials deemed insulting to the nation's emir and an incitement to topple the government, his attorney told news agencies Thursday. Rights activists say Mohammed Ajami was...
In "Bates Motel," A&E's prequel to the 1960 horror classic "Psycho," the violin screeches have been curiously replaced with the ringing of iPhones. Oh, the horror? The new drama from executive producers Carlton Cuse ("Lost") and Kerry Ehrin ("Friday...
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