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A silhouetted President Barack Obama gestures while speaking at a campaign event at Delray Beach Tennis Center, Tuesday, Oct. 23, 2012 in Delray Beach, Fla., the day after the last presidential debate against Republican Presidential candidate, former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney. The president is making campaign stops in Florida and Ohio today.
Inside the U.S. 'apology' to Pakistan
U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said "sorry" to Pakistan today and announced that Pakistan would resume allowing U.S. military goods to flow through its border with Afghanistan, but her near-apology was only one piece in a much larger set of moving parts in the effort to restore some normalcy to the troubled U.S.-Pakistan relationship.
Spies Against Armageddon by Dan Raviv and Yossi Melman
They're called the P5+1 talks: the five permanent members of the United Nations Security Council (the United States, Russia, China, France, and Britain) plus Germany - on one side of the bargaining table - and the Islamic Republic of Iran on the other side.
In hostile territory | Alex Thomson's View
Standing outside the Safir Hotel in Homs as the white UN Nissan landcruisers stood waiting, the Irish officer in charge, Mark Reynolds came over: "Usual rules Alex OK? We're not responsible for you guys. If you get into trouble we'll leave you, yes? You're on your own." "Yup - no problem Mark.
Here's New Yahoo CEO's First Note to Troops! (The Leaking-Internal-Memos-to-ATD Policy Remains in Place)
Here is the first missive to Yahoo's troops from new interim CEO Ross Levinsohn. "Importantly, today's announcements lay to rest the unfortunate and serious distractions surrounding our senior leadership and the composition of our Board going forward," said Levinsohn, who has been head of global media at the Silicon Valley Internet giant.
AQAP confirms commander linked to Osama bin Laden killed in drone strike - The Long War Journal
Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula confirmed that a senior leader was killed in a recent US drone airstrike in Yemen. The commander had trained in Afghanistan and served as a member of Osama bin Laden's bodyguard.