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March 26, 2012
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Obama foiled Netanyahu’s attempt to browbeat Washington into war. But the White House needs a new strategic approach.

Outrage over the surveillance of Muslim communities must be channeled into pressure to investigate—and end—the federally funded program.

The individual mandate is not a threat to fundamental liberties.

After the Fukushima disaster, a new generation has drawn inspiration from the Arab Spring and Occupy Wall Street.


No matter how appalling the catastrophe, the nuclear industry will insist on the safety of nuclear power.

Bad things happen when laws to protect fetuses are turned against the women who carry them.


How, exactly, did she turn a relentless right-wing assault into a source of renewed political power for Planned Parenthood?

This is your brain on two weeks of non-stop Fox News.

Two decades ago, nearly one-sixth of the population was forcibly expelled. How did King Wangchuck escape any real censure?

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