While in the Middle East directing his first feature film, "Daily Show" host Jon Stewart popped by to check in on Bassem Youssef, his Egyptian counterpart.
Americans suffered decades of "Consensus TV," in which there was either no diversity, or, if there was, no differences. Then came the '70's and Norman Lear.
If David Kirkpatrick can't find them, we can rest assured they aren't there
Egyptians should choose their new Pharaoh carefully
Just imagine, you want to buy a nice pair of shoes from Urban Outfitters online, but you can't. You have to face how pathetic you feel being in your thirties and actually entering the store.
Yet another blow to Israeli-Arab relations: Afghanistan’s opium poppy production, responsible for 90 percent of the world's supply, has fallen this year due to bad weather, a rise in alternative (read: not drug...