wldcup.comSaadi Qaddafi signing for PerugiaThe Libyan national soccer team has abandoned the green uniforms favored by Muammar Qaddafi in favor of jerseys sporting the rebels' colors. The Guardian reports that the change has been made for the team's African Cup of Nations qualifier against Mo ... More >>
After more than two days of speculation and an ever-evolving account of what really happened, it is starting to become clear that Osama Bin Laden was never going to make it out of his Abbottabad, Pakistan compound alive, despite U.S. counterterrorism expert John Brennan's claim that, "If we h ... More >>
A video of Faisal Shahzad (remember, the guy who tried to bomb Times Square? We haven't heard from him in a while!) has appeared on Al Arabiya television. In the clip, which you can watch here, he says he wants to attack the U.S. That, of course, comes as no surprise. What's odd, however, is ... More >>
In "Taliban resurgence pushes troops to change tack,"
The Wall Street Journal, reporting from Davos, asks (gulp), "Is Capitalism, as We Know It, Dead?" Pumped up from his experience as chief investigator of steroids abuse in baseball, George Mitchell is now in for some really heavy lifting: the testosterone-laden, rage-filled Arab-Jew death dance i ... More >>
Al Jazeera's morning report, proving once again that it's ridiculous censorship for U.S. cable outlets to not carry the Arab world's most powerful news outlet. Dick Cheney's dream of an imperial vice presidency lording over all the world's oil fields is now officially dead. President Barack Obam ... More >>
A new film goes behind the scenes at Al Jazeera
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