Buenos Aires Herald
Sad travesty at the Col n: Ballo destroyed
Alex Oll offers failed transformation of Verdi's opera into Orwellian dystopia Giuseppe Verdi often had trouble with the Austrian censure over some of the libretti of his operas, which abounded in conflicts with the establishment, but surely the worst case is Un ballo in maschera, for it deals with magnicide.
One injured in I-70 rollover crash
A van struck a bridge abutment at the Airport Road/Sonora Road overpass on Interstate 70 on Wednesday morning, sending one person to the hospital.
Fourth Amendment right to privacy at risk
"The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated ..." In his classic 1949 novel "1984", George Orwell warned residents of "Oceania" that "Big Brother is watching you."
The Weekly Standard
When to Spy on Our Friends
It is often remarked that espionage is the second-oldest profession. Written records from Mesopotamia, Egypt, and Iran suggest that spying and civilization sprang up together.
Opinion | What does it take to make us realize our privacy is at stake?
The last few days were certainly not the calmest ones for Barack Obama and the intelligence's staff during his presidency: for the last week or so, one of the major three topics in world media, above all others in Europe, was the matter of an espionage affair beyond all Orwellian imagination.