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A Confession on the 4th of July

Yehia Ghanem | Posted 08.18.2016 | World
Yehia Ghanem

As of 2010, there was a strong feeling among the general public that Egypt was approaching a major political, social and cultural overhaul. It was a sentiment that had begun to take root earlier, in 2004. But by 2010, after 30 years in power, the time had come for the presidency to be passed from Mubarak the father to Mubarak the son.

O'Reilly At War

Jeff Danziger | Posted 04.24.2015 | Politics
Jeff Danziger


Registering in Afghanistan

Douglas A. Wissing | Posted 04.02.2013 | World
Douglas A. Wissing

Any embed with American troops takes a spiraling nebula of approvals. Public affairs-savvy U.S. officers in today's Afghanistan are sticking to well-honed talking points. But for some reason, the Afghanistan Foreigner Registration Card is the thing that causes me the most anxiety.

The Story That Made Walter Cronkite Famous

Timothy Gay | Posted 07.07.2012 | Books
Timothy Gay

Walter Cronkite was an obscure wire service scribbler, just one of dozens of expatriate American journalists trying to describe the war against Hitler from bomb-ravaged London. Forty-eight hours later, he was instantly transformed into Walter Cronkite, Famous Correspondent.

For Reporter, No Doubt: 'I'd Use The Rifle If I Had To'

McClatchy | Jonathan S. Landay | Posted 05.25.2011 | Media

GANJGAL, Afghanistan -- Getting separated from the others may have been a blessing in disguise. As I lay in the dirt and rocks, the sharp needles o...