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Comic: Spy vs. Spy


American's allies continue to flatter themselves that the United States cares what they think and say and do. They obviously don't watch Fox News.... Read more»

In big win for defense industry, Obama rolls back export limits

The United States is loosening controls over military exports, in a shift that former U.S. officials and human rights advocates say could increase the flow of American-made military parts to the world’s conflicts and make it harder to enforce arms sanctions.... Read more»

John C. Scott

J.C. Scott: A conversation with U.S. Rep. Ron Barber

Tucsoncitizen.com's Mark B. Evans, developer Richard Studwell,U.S. Rep. Ron Barber, and Jim Small, editor of the Arizona Capitol Times.... Read more»

8 awesome Chinese punk bands that prefer a black flag over a red one

Chinese punk rock is a lot like Chinese street food — rough, honest, loud and maybe even less healthy. The raucous cacophony erupted out of the country's most famous modern protests. During the 1989 Tiananmen democracy revolt, Cui Jian, the godfather of Chinese punk rock, taught a generation how to revel in rebellion. Today alternative culture in the People's Republic has become so potent that Vice Magazine has even opened up a branch in Beijing to cover it.... Read more»

League of nations lobbying immigration bill

Mexico and other Latin American nations may be the central players in the roiling, months-long congressional debate over how to legislate immigration reform. But a little-known cast of organizations representing an array of ethnicities and nationalities are pressing the federal government on the issue, too.... Read more»

11 disturbing things Snowden has taught us (so far)

What is the extent of the information Edward Snowden has leaked? We break it down. ... Read more»


Why Egypt matters to the U.S.

As the keystone state in the region, the fate of the Egyptian revolution will have a decisive impact on other countries whose stability and future is hanging in the balance. ... Read more»

8 things other cultures do that are awesome

It's a tough pill to swallow, but a lesson worth learning all the same: Just because it's the way we've always done it doesn't mean it's the most awesome way.... Read more»

Border news roundup

Immigration bill released amid security, economic concerns

The Gang of Eight debuted their immigration reform bill; New York dairy farmers, religious leaders and tech industry leaders including Mark Zuckerberg weighed in on the debate; Mexico faces law enforcement challenges and business opportunities.... Read more»

Guest opinion

McCain: GOP can't turn away from internationalism

Our last election was not primarily, or even secondarily, about national security. But to the extent that a referendum was held on that issue, polls show that most Americans gave their vote to the Democrats. This was a sea change, and there are many reasons for it, but a major one is clearly the legacy of Iraq.... Read more»

North Korea opens window into possibility of talks with U.S.

North Korea said it was open to dialog with the US but that it would not return to the "humiliating negotiating table" until it has boosted its nuclear arsenal enough to fend off an American attack, the state news agency reported. ... Read more»


The papal conclave

Didja ever wonder why the pope isn't selected by God? Yeah, us too.... Read more»


How do you solve a problem like (North) Korea?

Five questions with MIT professor Jim Walsh on what North Korea's nuclear detonation means for China, the US and global security.... Read more»


Global power will shift by 2030

A new U.S. intelligence report forecasts an end to U.S. predominance.... Read more»1


North Korea: Axis of ridiculous

There's a new Kim in town, but can we expect the bad boy regime in Pyongyang to change?... Read more»

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