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'The Assassin:' A Talk With Clive Cussler

Mark Rubinstein | Posted 05.02.2015 | Books
Mark Rubinstein

Clive Cussler is an adventure novelist and marine archeologist. His thrillers have reached The New York Times best-seller list more than 20 times. His books have been published in 40 languages in more than 100 countries.

The President and the Pop Singer

Tom Alderman | Posted 09.10.2013 | Books
Tom Alderman

What do Michael Jackson, King of Pop and James A. Garfield, 20th president of the United States, have in common? For one, both were charismatic and im...

Line Begins for iPad 3

Jack Hidary | Posted 05.25.2011 | Comedy
Jack Hidary

Charlie Sheen has called those in line for the iPad 2 "trolls" -- setting off a wave of queues for the iPad 3. The iPad 3 is not due out until Novemb...

The F Word: Widening Concern for Public Workers

Laura Flanders | Posted 05.25.2011 | Politics
Laura Flanders

It's Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. day on Monday, the holiday that celebrates the Nobel Peace Prize winner's birth and life. The Rev. King wasn't assass...

Colonel Shcherbakov, Russian Spy Double Agent, Targeted By Russia After Betraying Spy Ring

Posted 05.25.2011 | World

The Kremlin has vowed revenge on the suspected double agent believed to have blown the whistle on the 10 members of the Russian spy ring arrested in J...

The American: Clooney Hits A New Low

Jackie K. Cooper | Posted 05.25.2011 | Entertainment
Jackie K. Cooper

First off let's recognize the fact George Clooney is willing to take risks with movies that challenge him as an actor. Perhaps he thought his trademark charm would pull him through this one.

The Rule Of Nine: Martini Is On the Comeback Trail

Jackie K. Cooper | Posted 05.25.2011 | Books
Jackie K. Cooper

Steve Martini has been a novelist for some time now. When he first started he was one of the best writers in the legal thriller genre but then he fell off his game.

Protecting the President: Lessons Learned?

Geri Spieler | Posted 05.25.2011 | Politics
Geri Spieler

The woman was Sara Jane Moore. There were two significant Secret-Service-related reasons that she was free to stand on that sidewalk that afternoon, gun in hand.