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There is a link between our own cultural conflicts and the logic of jihad.

Ronald Reagan celebrated them as "freedom fighters" for upholding "the ideals of freedom and independence" and declared a day in their honor.

Father Roy Bourgeois, the charismatic Maryknoll priest who has, since 1990, led the annual protest against against the United States' most infamous military training facility, wasn't sure it would

NEW YORK--In the aftermath of September 11, pundits were quick to proclaim the American left a victim of the war on terrorism, for two reasons.

Biotechnology is hyped as the next big step in medicine—but is it all financial speculation?

2 movie reviews: Jung (War) in the Land of the Mujaheddin; Kandahar

Argentina finds out it's not easy being the poster child of neoliberalism.

Anthrax scare reveals racial denial: workers on Capitol Hill are evacuated and given protective drugs while exposed postal workers, most of them black, are forgotten.

George W. Bush, whose administration is addicted to secrecy, wants presidential papers classified indefinitely, not for the usual 12 years.

Book review: A Trial by Jury, by D. Graham Burnett

Which genetic modifications should be encouraged and which outlawed?

Bush Administration hijacks the Constitution with the Patriot Act and military tribunals; our supine media wakes up (briefly); Congress sleeps

The Institute for Creative Technologies makes Star Wars–type simulations for Army personnel

The Taliban may have met its match: the American Dream Machine.

The collapse of the Taliban means the focus there must shift to relief of its citizens.

The WTO agreement is not a victory for the people; the corporations still rule.

It's time for the United States to show as much commitment in the battle against global warming as it does in the "war on terror."

Georgia judge rules that demonstrations against the SOA may proceed; Billy Graham's son, Franklin Graham, denounces Islam.

Theater review: Everett Beekin; Two Rooms

Book review: Contempt of Court, by Mark Curriden and Leroy Phillips Jr.,
Russell Neufeld

Attorney General John Ashcroft throws out Oregon's assisted suicide law, against the wishes of a majority of Oregonians and in defiance of a 1997 Supreme Court ruling.

The sudden and unexpected collapse of the Taliban in Afghanistan.