Directed by Sam Liu (whose credits include "The Death of Superman" and "Batman: The Killing Joke"), with Jason Isaacs as the voice of Superman, the Warner Bros. Animation production features the striking image of the old U.S.S.R.'s hammer and sickle in the diamond-shaped logo that adorns the character's costume. (Like CNN, Warner Bros. and DC are units of WarnerMedia.) … [Read more...] about ‘Superman: Red Son’ asks what if the Man of Steel landed in the Soviet Union?
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But no more. In the wake of his botched attempt to cover for an alleged serial domestic abuser, John Kelly has sought to reimpose discipline on the West Wing. His first order of business: downgrading the security clearances of the scores of White House officials who’d been accessing top-level state secrets without the FBI’s endorsement. Kushner didn’t see why this new rule had to be applied to a princeling like himself. Kelly didn’t see why not — after all, the chief of staff was already (reportedly) interested in finding a way to keep Kushner from stepping all over Rex Tillerson’s toes. … [Read more...] about A Brief Guide to Every 5-Alarm Fire Currently Engulfing the White House
“We’ll be here another seven years hopefully and that’s a long time, but I have a feeling you’ll be back,” he said. “I don’t know if I could put him in the same position. He’s not quite as strong on those tariffs as we want him to be.” … [Read more...] about Trump: Gary Cohn Is a ‘Globalist’ But I Like Him Anyway
Resentment grew against Gamal and his new ways of doing things. A longtime member of the younger Mubarak’s circle likened the situation to a factory run by an old man who knows how everything works and wants to keep things that way, no matter how badly the operation needs updating. The old man’s son comes home from college full of bright ideas about newfangled machines and processes, but they’re expensive and delicate and hard to maintain, and start breaking down. “That is the way the old guard around the president saw Gamal’s people,” said the businessman. “I think that’s the way the president saw them.” … [Read more...] about The Tyranny and Tragedy of Hosni Mubarak