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Stephen Marley's New Album Mixes Hip-Hop With His Dad's 'Signature Reggae Style'
This is one of those weeks where the release-schedule appears to be taking a little bit of a summer nap. This week Fountains Of Wayne vocalist Chris Collingwood debuts his new project Look Park, Stephen Marley brings along a ton of guests while infusing a bit of hip-hop into his family’s famous
State Department Adds ISIS Names in Multi-Million Dollar Catch-a-Terrorist Program
The State Department is offering a sum of $20 million for information that leads to the capture of four Islamic State group leaders. The amounts announced Tuesday under the Rewards for Justice Program include $7 million for information on 'Abd al-Rahman Mustafa al-Qaduli; up to $5 million each for
Read an Exerpt from Marcus Lutrell's Book 'Lone Survivor'
Tune in to ‘This Week’ on Sunday for an interview with Marcus Lutrell, Peter Berg and Mark Wahlberg about the new film ‘Lone Survivor.’ Excerpted from LONE SURVIVOR: THE EYEWITNESS ACCOUNT OF OPERATION REDWING AND THE LOST HEROES OF SEAL TEAM 10 by Marcus Luttrell...
Karl Rove Suggests Stephen Colbert May Need 'Anger Management
Karl Rove, Fox News contributor and former Deputy Chief of Staff for President George W. Bush, says of Comedy Central’s Stephen Colbert’s interactions with Rove’s bespectacled canned ham likeness, ‘Ham Rove,’ “He’s an entertainer so he gets to be funny and exaggerate things and so...
10-Year Iraq War Timeline
On the 10-year anniversary of the U.S. invasion of Iraq, here's a look back at pivotal moments of the war, from the capture of former Iraq leader Saddam Hussein to the prison scandal of Abu Ghraib. RELATED: Lingering Questions 10 Years On Congress Authorizes Iraq War category: Oct. 2, 2002 On Oct.
Osama Bin Laden's Death: $25 Million Reward Likely to Remain Secret Forever
A Committee Would Recommend to the Secretary of State the Worth of the Information Leading to Osama's Death
White House considering releasing bin Laden photo
The White House is considering whether to release photographs of Osama bin Laden taken after Navy SEALs killed him, but administration officials are concerned the image is too gruesome to share. Press secretary Jay Carney said Tuesday that officials are concerned about the "sensitivity" of
Pakistan’s Cooperation, the Uniqueness of the Compound, and Releasing the OBL Photograph: Today’s Q’s for O’s WH – 5/3/2011
TAPPER: The Pakistani government put out a statement in which they said that the ISI had been providing information about the compound since 2009, whereas all we know about, in terms of the media, is that we've known about the...
White House Officials Debate Releasing Photographs of Bin Laden’s Corpse
The Obama administration has photographs of Osama bin Laden’s dead body and officials are debating what to do with them and whether they should be released to the public, officials tell ABC News. “There’s no doubt it’s him,” says a...
Skeptics Question Osama Bin Laden Death, Asking for Proof
As elated crowds celebrated the death of Osama bin Laden after Navy SEALs killed the al-Qaida chief in a weekend raid in Pakistan some are asking, "Where's the proof?" Photos depicting a bloodied and bruised face appearing to be that of bin Laden began appearing on Twitter and Facebook last night