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World NowIran nuclear program: Iran remains defiant amid rumors of a possible Western or Israeli attack and the anticipated release of a United Nations watchdog report indicating that Iran is pursuing a nuclear weapons program....
Jacket CopyAnn Coulter says that the civil rights movement gave mobs a halo. "The demon is a mob, and the mob is demonic," she writes....
Babylon & BeyondA top Bahraini official accused Iran of scuttling a potential deal between the government and the opposition during a weekend dialogue that went nowhere. Fahad Ebrahim Shehabi, a spokesman for the Bahraini parliament, said the talks were going well until....
Babylon & BeyondDressed in black, they came by the tens of thousands from near and far, pouring into the streets of southern Tehran and massing at the Khomeini Mausoleum to commemorate the 22nd anniversary of the death of Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini, the......
Q. The pro-democracy uprisings in Tunisia and Egypt have resonated around the world, with even the Wall Street Journal going so far as to headline one column, “The Arab World's 1989?” Hosni Mubarak's resignation from his position as...
email@example.comFor 20 years, whenever a push was made to protect the massive Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, the land in Alaska was left as is because the state's U.S. senators wouldn't let the government touch it. "Nobody knew what to do," former President Jimmy...
1895: Oscar Wilde's final play, ''The Importance of Being Earnest,'' opened at the St. James's Theatre in London. 1929: The ''St. Valentine's Day Massacre'' took place in a Chicago garage as seven rivals of Al Capone's gang were gunned down. 1959: The...
Jacket CopyAuthor Salman Rushdie -- make that Sir Salman Rushdie -- is coming to Los Angeles Nov. 30. That's just two weeks after the American release of his new novel "Luka and the Fire of Life," a sort-of sequel to his......
Jacket CopyBrown's graduate program in literary arts and its Thomas J. Watson Institute for International Studies are looking for the 2011-12 International Writers Project Fellow. They've put out a call for applications and nominations, which will be accepted...
L.A. Times Tech BlogPossible "state-funded" hackers from Iran may be behind an unsuccessful Web-based attack that almost left Google, Yahoo, Skype and Mozilla open to impersonation, according to an Internet security company. New Jersey-based Comodo Group Inc. sells and...
Babylon & BeyondThroughout Iran on Wednesday, sports fans wore black shirts in mourning and shouted out the name of Iranian soccer hero Nasser Hejazi. who died of cancer on Monday. "Hejazi mardomi [Hejazi of the people]," they cried out in Tehran's massive......
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