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Review: Pitt goes all out in flawed satire 'War Machine'
Here's a general rule of thumb: If you're going to rely heavily on voiceover to tell your movie's story, and exclusively so in the first 15 minutes with an assault of colorful character introductions, you'd do well to make sure that the narrator is a compelling one. Unfortunately for writer and
Brad Pitt on hubris, 'War Machine' and having 'no secrets'
In a wide-ranging interview with The Associated Press, Brad Pitt said he's 'got no secrets' and is busy 'figuring out the new configuration of our family.'
Today in History
Today in History Today is Saturday, May 13, the 133rd day of 2017. There are 232 days left in the year. Today's Highlight in History: On May 13, 1917, three shepherd children, Lucia de Jesus dos Santos and two of her cousins, Jacinta and Francisco Marto, reported seeing a vision of the Virgin Mary
Progressive wins South Korean presidential election
Moon Jae-in, a longtime opposition leader who favors opening a dialogue with North Korea, is claiming victory as South Korea's next president, ending a decade of conservative rule.
US considering sending up to 3,000 additional troops to Afghanistan
President Trump will have to decide on the proposals, likely in advance of an upcoming NATO meeting.
Conflict-related civilian casualties in Afghanistan reached record high in 2016
More than 11,000 civilians suffered casualties because of conflict in Afghanistan last year, the highest number recorded since the United Nations began tracking them in 2009. Of those casualties, nearly 3,500 people were killed, according to a report released today by the Office of the Special
American soldier killed fighting ISIS in Afghanistan
An American soldier was killed in action in Afghanistan Saturday, Navy Capt. Bill Salvin, spokesperson for the U.S. Forces in Afghanistan, said in a statement. The soldier was conducting operations against ISIS in Nangarhar Province when he was fatally wounded, Salvin confirmed. The service
Why the US used Tomahawk missiles to target Syrian base
In the span of just 30 minutes, the U.S. military launched 59 Tomahawk cruise missiles at Syria from two Navy destroyers in the Mediterranean Sea. An hour later, beginning around 8:45 p.m. ET Thursday, the missiles hit their targets at the Shayrat Air Base in Homs Province, where U.S. officials say
Oprah Winfrey for president?
In an interview with Bloomberg Television, Oprah hinted at considering a run for president in 2020, but later said that it 'won't be happening.'
James Mattis' Remarks at His Confirmation Hearing
In his prepared remarks, Gen. James Mattis called civilian control of the military "a fundamental tenet of the American military tradition."