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Updated February 17, 2011 - 11:27 PM EST
House OKs, Obama to Sign PATRIOT Act Extension
Protests Spread to Iraqi Kurdistan, Turn Deadly
  3 Dead, 55 Wounded as Protests Hit Southern Iraq
  Iraq Car Bomb Kills at Least 13, Wounds 33
  Gates: Obama Keen on Keeping US Troops in Iraq Past 2011
  Colin Powell Demands Answers Over Curveball's WMD Lies
Mixed Signals as Iranian Warships Near Suez
  Israel Threatens War Over Iran Warships Headed Toward Suez
  As Talks Stall with Iran, US Steps Up Propaganda War
Mullen Warns Against Cutting Aid to Egypt Junta
  Strikes in Egypt Continue Despite Warning by Country's Military
  Egypt Death Toll Put at 365 as Strikes Continue
Netanyahu on Egypt: We Must Prepare for Worst
  Barak: Israeli Soldiers May Be Called to Invade Lebanon in the Future
  Dead Peace Process Could be 'National Suicide' for Israel
  Report: Israeli Army Video Hints at Syria, Iran Attacks
19 Killed in Crackdown on Libya Protests
Six Slain as Tanks Roll in Bahrain Capital
  Bahrain Govt Officials Resign as Protests Continue
  US Interests at Stake in Bahrain Unrest
Mullen: Afghan Violence to Worsen in 2011
  US: No Decision on Petraeus Exit From Afghanistan
  Afghans Say Insecurity Persists Despite Surge
Defense Chiefs Warn Congress Against Deep Military Cuts
  House Votes Down Controversial Fighter Funding
Threat of Pakistan Revolt Over Possible Pardon of US Official
  Aid Cuts Mulled Over Case of American Accused of Killing Pakistanis
Tunisia's Ben Ali 'in Coma' at Saudi Hospital
Hours of Clashes Leave 2 Dead, Dozens Wounded in Yemen
Curveball and the Manufacture of a Lie  by Carne Ross
The Mubarak Myth of 'Secular' vs 'Islamic'  by Elizabeth Shakman Hurd
Where's the American Outrage Against US Support of Dictatorships?  by Jacob G. Hornberger
When 'Good' Dictators Go Bad  by Norman Solomon
A Middle East Déjà Vu  by Samer Araabi
The Shame of Being an American  by Paul Craig Roberts

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CIA: if Caught, bin Laden Would Be Sent to Gitmo
Political Fight Over Guantanamo Won't Die
US Military HQ in Mideast Watching Gulf Unrest
IMF Urges Targeted Subsidies in Middle East
Obama Ordered Secret Report on Arab Unrest
Egypt Military Rulers Face Iran Warship Passage
Gates: Egypt a Case for Diplomats, Not US Forces
Egypt Opposition Feels Strains From Within
Workers Press Demands After Aiding Egypt's Revolt
Muslim Brotherhood to Run for Egypt's Parliament
Dianne Feinstein: US Intel Missed Warnings in Egypt
Panel of Egyptian Experts Tackles New Constitution
Egyptian Democracy Advocate Critical of Military
Some of Mubarak's Funds Found by Swiss
Egypt Bank Closures Add Strain on Economy
Mubarak Has Given Up and Wants to Die, Says Saudi Official
Report: Hosni Mubarak Is Not Dying and Had His Breakfast on the Beach Today
Shy US Intellectual Created Playbook Used in a Revolution
Israel Agrees to More Troops in Demilitarized Sinai
Palestinians Say Vote Friday on Settlements
Aide: Palestinian Elections Proceed Without Hamas
Palestinian Revolution by Default
Knesset Approves Bill to Penalize Israeli Citizens Who Urge Boycott
Bill: Knesset to OK All Treaties
US Pushing Palestinians to Drop UN Resolution on Settlement Construction
MPs: Israeli Version of Big Brother an 'Incitement to Terror'
Shin Bet Retracts Security Claims Over 'Extreme Leftist Activities' in East Jerusalem
US Soldier Dies in Central Iraq
Curveball Could Face Jail for Warmongering, Says German MP
Wednesday: 6 Iraqis Killed, 59 Wounded
US Lawmakers Propose Tougher Iran Sanctions
Iran Opposition Leader Ready to 'Pay Any Price'
Skirmishes Break Out at Funeral of Man Killed in Iranian Protests
Surveillance Footage and Code Clues Indicate Stuxnet Hit Iran
Natanz Nuclear Facility Recovered Quickly From Stuxnet Cyberattack
Syria Rejects Atomic Watchdog's Inspection Request
Syria Releases Activist Who Called for Protests
Hezbollah Leader Tells Fighters Be Ready for War With Israel
Bibi to Nasrallah: Stay in Your Bunker
Hezbollah Warns Israel It Will Avenge Slain Commander
The Balance Shifts in Lebanese Politics
'Lebanon Will Respect International Resolutions, Including on Israel '
Pakistan FM: Davis Doesn't Enjoy Blanket Immunity US Seeking
Sen. Kerry Upbeat From Talks on Pakistan Detention
Books Not Bombs at Karachi Literature Festival
IMF Wants Afghanistan's Troubled Kabul Bank Sold Off
Finnish Soldier Dies in Afghanistan
Afghan Plan Poses Threat to Women's Shelters
German DM Guttenberg Makes Afghan Visit
North Korea
Report: North Korea Building New Missile Launch Site
Son of North Korean Leader Is Said to Be Given No. 2 Post
North Korea Marks Kim's Birthday Amid Economic Hardship
North Korean Said to Defect Across Land Border
China Blocks US Push on Web Freedom
Tracing the Myth of Vice President Xi Jinping of China
Thousands of Cameras Watch China's Uighurs, Inhibiting Discourse
Former Gen. Tin Aye Resigns From Myanmar's New Parliament
Suicide Bombers Strike in Caucasus
Hungary Agrees to Change Media Law to Meet EU Rules
Judge Denies Immunity to Former Somali Leader
Somali Pirate Who Attacked US-Flagged Ship Sentenced to 33 Years
Ivory Coast
Morgues Show Proof of Mass Ivory Coast Killings
Queues Form at Ivory Coast Banks as Crisis Deepens
Foreign Banks Suspend Ivory Coast Operations
Libyan Online Protesters Prepare for 'Day of Rage'
South Sudan Chosen as Name for New Country
Argentina Demands US Apology for Undeclared Cargo
Colombian Rebels Free 2 Captives After Delay
The War at Home
Sen. Leahy on Anthrax Case: 'It's Not Closed'
Firm in WikiLeaks Plot Has Deep Ties to Feds
Ron Paul Seeks Vote to End Foreign Aid to Egypt, Israel, Jordan, and Pakistan
Investigative Spotlight Turns on Army Captain Who Helped Bust Counterfeiter
Berkeley Says No to Guantanamo Detainees
US Military
Lawsuit: Pentagon Mishandled Rapes
Lawmaker Seeks Ban of Military NASCAR Sponsors

Justin Raimondo
The Fight to Save

Philip Giraldi
Did Someone Lose Egypt?

Ivan Eland
Across-the-Board Cuts Needed to Avoid Fiscal Armageddon

Kelley B. Vlahos
Old Guard Moving Aside at CPAC

Nebojsa Malic
Withdrawing Consent

Ran HaCohen
Barak Unmasked

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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