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He can, if he presents a just peace plan supported by former Presidents Clinton and Bush.
A pro–Iraq War conservative Republican now fiercely opposes the war in Afghanistan.
Instead of just fighting those who own the economy, a growing handful of organizations for low-income people are building their own businesses.
Time is running out on America's ability to protect Israel from itself.
Too bad for GOP strategists dreamed of surfing an austerity agenda to victory in 2012: voters despise Ryan’s plan to privatize Medicare.
Osama bin Laden is dead, but will the colossal national security apparatus ever stop growing?
What's the point of having all those smart, social-democratically inclined secular citizens if, it turns out, they're self-satisfied creeps who will defend DSK?
Why my disagreement with Cornel West about Obama's presidency generated so much excitement.
When organized crime and drug violence came to Monterrey, the city turned to the military for help. It was a choice many would come to regret.
Whoever sings them and however great they sound, rebel songs can't do your fighting for you.
Herewith, Frank W. Lewis’s last puzzle in our pages—from the May 29, 1976, issue.