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He's Fixing A Hole

Mar 19, 2015

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Benjamin Netanyahu And Washington

Mar 19, 2015

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Last night was Empire's season finale, and at one of D.C.'s biggest Empire watch parties, a sharply dressed crowd of hundreds is huddled around every flat-screen in The Stone Fish Grill Lounge downtown.

"Here we go! Here we go! Here we go, come on everyone! Round of applause!" shouts one of the hosts for the night. "It's Empire time!"

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A film said to be made in Syria shows a man on a chair. You can't really see where he is - maybe some cafe. But it's quiet. The camera never moves. The man looks at his hands. He stays silent for 40 seconds. At last, he speaks.

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Tea Not For Two (Minutes, That Is)

Mar 18, 2015

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Report Cites Abuses By Iraqi Militias

Mar 18, 2015

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