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The commander in chief should not also be the 'decider in chief'

Just before leaving for summer recess at the end of July, the House of Representatives turned to the issue of Iraq. Throughout June, President Obama had steadily increased the presence of U.S. troops in Iraq from an initial 275 to nearly 800. Military force had not yet been used, but the writing …

National Security

Hartzog: Nude pix shouldn't be a problem

<i>Editor's note: Woodrow Hartzog is an associate professor at Samford University's Cumberland School of Law and an affiliate scholar at the Center for Internet and Society at Stanford Law School. The opinions expressed in this commentary are solely those of the author.</i><p><b>(CNN)</b> -- "If you want to keep …

Fall’s Best New TV Show Is Not on a TV Network

It’s been a momentous end-of-the-TV-summer while I’ve been on vacation–the Emmys spun Sofia Vergara like a car-show model, Tony Soprano lived (or …

'Innocence' is as predictable as it is dull

The teen thriller "Innocence," based on the 2001 novel by Jane Mendelsohn, is a movie of such snowballing stupidity that it's a wonder the actors could keep straight faces while shooting it (outtakes, please!).<p>The film's saving grace is Sophie Curtis' gentle, empathetic performance as Beckett, a …

Los Angeles

The Identical: there's no grace in this Graceland – first look review

Preposterous and preachy, there’s a good chance we’ll have yearly midnight screenings of this terrible film about an Elvis who’s not Elvis<p>What if Elvis’s brother had lived? Would he have grown up to be singer, too? Perhaps a rabidly pro-Zionist evangelical Christian? Or maybe just a perpetual kid …

Celebrity Nude Photo Hacking: Should You Be Worried?

Reports made over the weekend that intimate photos of celebrities were hacked serve as a vivid reminder about Internet security and the question of whether the vast majority of Internet users are also vulnerable to such an attack.<p>"Are you any less secure than you were a month ago? The answer is …

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