Cover art by: Photo of a boy injured by a NATO airstrike, Kunar Province, 2011, by Reuters
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Even among staunchly antiwar politicians and pundits, few bother to mention the cost of the war to civilians.
If you want stats from the government, you better be prepared to pay.
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His withdrawal from consideration as Fed chair could mark a watershed for the left wing of the Democratic Party.
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Instead of focusing on the psychology of Trayvon Martin’s killer, we should be examining the meaning of his actions.
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An Iranian director’s ongoing meditations on the nature of illusion and reality, truth and consequences.
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