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Trump Continues to Trash George Bush: We Were ‘Hoodwinked’ Into Going to Iraq

3 minutes agoNews : Mediaite

One of the biggest moments of last night's GOP debate was Donald Trump's rant against George W. Bush and the Iraq war. Trump repeated those criticisms on Meet the Press this morning, saying the U.S. was "hoodwinked" on Iraq.

Clintons Press Panic Button With Sanders at Their Nevada 'Firewall'

An inconclusive Thursday night debate and trouble in the next contest state have led Hillary Clinton to a sharp change in her once dominant presidential campaign. Her media image of inevitability has rapidly diminished, turning her campaign...Show More Summary

Trump on Why There Are No Reports of His Iraq War Opposition: ‘I Wasn’t a Politician’

In last night’s debate Donald Trump said “ I’m the only one on the stage that said we should not go into Iraq.” On Meet the Press this morning, host Chuck Todd asked why there are no reports of his opposition to the w ar if he was so...Show More Summary

Rossiya Segodnya Photojournalist Wins International Contest in Lithuania

The Rossiya Segodnya International Information Agency’s photojournalist, Valery Melnikov, became a winner of the ninth international Vilnius Photo Circle festival’s Circle of Life contest, the agency’s press service said in a statement Sunday.

Marian Hossa's injury in 3-2 overtime loss isn't believed to be serious

For a while Saturday night, the Blackhawks had a greater worry than their third straight sluggish performance at home and a more pressing concern for their top line than finding a left winger at the trade deadline. Right winger Marian Hossa, in a troubling moment during the second period of the...

Austria wants to press ahead to protect its borders: paper

ZURICH (Reuters) - Austria will start building new facilities to better protect its borders, notably the one with Italy, Chancellor Werner Faymann said in an interview published on Sunday, underlining efforts to limit admissions of migrants.

The Nastiest GOP Debate

Politico: “The free-for-all unmasked the dynamics that have largely played out by press release or in one-off one-liners on the campaign trail. It’s a sign of the rising stakes in South Carolina, which could define the contours of the race [...]

Should women register for the draft? That's the wrong question to ask about our military.

Should the United States require women to register for the draft? The chief of staff of the U.S. Army and the commandant of the Marine Corps think so. As a result, presidential candidates are weighing in on this suddenly pressing issue. Jeb Bush, Chris Christie, and Marco Rubio are all for it....

Grady Gaines - I’ve Been Out There: On the Road with Legends of Rock’n’Roll

3 hours agoMusic / Blues : In a Blue Mood

I’ve Been Out There: On the Road with Legends of Rock’n’RollGrady Gaines with Rod Evans2015: Texas A&M Press (188 pages)When the Blues Foundation announced only three selections for the Blues Hall of Fame for 2015, to accompany the opening...Show More Summary

Some 2,500 Paratroopers Set to Hold Drill in Northwestern Russia

About 2,500 servicemen from the Russian Airborne Forces will take part in drills in the Russian north-western Pskov Region between February 15 and 20, the Defense Ministry press service said in a statement Sunday.

Putin, Obama Welcome Syria Ceasefire Agreement, Discuss Ukraine Settlement

Russian President Vladimir Putin and US President Barack Obama have discussed the Syrian settlement during a telephone conversation, the Kremlin press service said Sunday.

Two Upcoming Genre Film Festivals Put Women In the Spotlight Down Under

We here at Film School Rejects love film festivals of all kinds, but if pressed I’d gleefully admit that genre fests — ones that celebrate horror, action, dark fantasy/sci-fi, thrillers, and the absurd — are my festivals of choice. Austin’s...Show More Summary

Paramount Closes Domestic Deal For George Clooney’s ‘Suburbicon’- Berlin

Updated Saturday 1:15 PM: Paramount has closed the deal, announcing acquisition of the project today in Berlin, with shooting expected to begin in October. See the full press release below. Original article, Feb 12, 5:30 AM: Paramount...Show More Summary

NBA may change intentional foul rules next season

Here’s the Philadelphia Inquirer reporting on Commissioner Adam Silver’s press conference from this evening: The NBA may make changes to prevent the increasingly more-practiced, and increasingly loathed, hack-a-Shaq tactic. Hack-a-Shaq...Show More Summary

Caterva review

The most recent addition to the complete review is my review of Juan Filloy's 1937 novel, Caterva, recently published in English by Dalkey Archive Press. Filloy -- who died aged over 100 -- is a fascinating figure, and among the titbits...Show More Summary

Patriarch Kirill, Fidel Castro Meeting Ends in Havana

The Orthodox Church leader’s press secretary said that Patriarch Kirill of Moscow and All Russia and former Cuban President held a more than hour-long conversation with leader of the historic Cuban Revolution Fidel Castro in the Cuban capital of Havana.

Listeria Test Causes Blue Cheese Recall

Maytag Dairy Farms in Newton announced Saturday a voluntary recall of Maytag Raw Milk Blue cheese due to possible contamination with Listeria monocytogenes, according to a press release. The recalled product was packaged on Jan. 6 in 4-ounce wedges, 8-ounce wedges, 2-pound wheels, 4-pound wheels and 5-pound crumbles. The lot included 896 pounds of cheese... Continue Reading

Eagles Of Death Metal Play First Concert Since Paris Terror Attacks

16 hours agoMusic / Indie Music : Stereogum

Three months to the day after the shocking terrorist attack that took place at Eagles Of Death Metal’s concert in Paris, the band are kicking off their rescheduled European tour. This morning, as The Press Enterprise reports, frontman Jesse Hughes gave an emotional interview on Swedish TV, declaring, “I am a raw nerve.” But none […]

Justice Antonin Scalia Found Dead At Texas Resort — Politicians Comment Already

Supreme Court justice Antonin Scalia, 79, was found dead at Cibolo Creek Ranch — a resort in South Texas. According to The Associated Press, Scalia was the most conservative and most provocative member of the Supreme Court. The Daily Beast reports that Supreme Court Justice Scalia was found dead on today when after he reportedly... Show More Summary

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