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US Confirms Coordinating Saudi Attack on Yemen
  25 Civilians Killed as Saudi Warplanes Attack Yemen Capital
  White House Continues to Insist Yemen a Model for Counterterrorism
Saudis, Allies Plan Massive Invasion of Yemen
  No Proxy War: Saudi Invasion of Yemen Just Flat Out Aggression
  Iran Warns Saudis Over 'Dangerous Step' in Yemen
Shi'ite Militias Quit Tikrit, Citing US Involvement
  Pentagon Touts Involvement in Tikrit as Victory Over Iran
  Tracking US Weapons Harder in the Fog of Iraq's Fragmented War
  US: No Plan to Support Syrian Rebels Once They're Trained
Netanyahu's Spying Denials Contradicted by NSA Docs
  Espionage and the US-Israel Rift
  Kahlon Cancels Israel Coalition Meetings as Disputes Grow
Bergdahl Tried to Walk to Nearest Base, Report Wrongdoing
Rand Paul Goes Hawkish, Proposes Massive Defense Hikes
FBI Arrests Two in Dubious Northern Illinois 'Plot'
The Enemy of My Enemy  by Patrick J. Buchanan
When Politics Mean More Than Human Lives: Saudis Bomb Yemen  by John Dennehy
Dick Cheney Doesn't Know a War When He Sees It  by Conor Friedersdorf
Leave the Houthis Alone!  by Justin Raimondo
Are Cops Soldiers Yet?  by Lucy Steigerwald
Google Paranoia in a Sept. 12 World  by Peter Van Buren

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Houthi Militants Protest After Saudi Arabia Airstrikes in Yemen
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Egypt Officials: Ground Operation Planned in Yemen
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