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The pope failed to take decisive action in response to clear evidence of a criminal underground in the priesthood.
Seeking government funds for a massive $1.2 billion new complex, powerful forces blocked Charity's reopening after Hurricane Katrina.
History is replete with peaceful role models like the “Frontier Gandhi” of colonial India.
The Poet Laureate Consultant to the Library of Congress talks about spontaneous demonstrations, his hope for poetry, and why he doesn't read criticism anymore.
If Obama continues to refuse to intervene in the economy, Americans are in for a painful decade.
The Syrian president is is facing unprecedented pressure rooted in grievances over government repression, corruption, a weak economy and lack of civil liberties. He cannot hunker down and wait for the storm to pass.
Without turning into sentimental left-wing pageantry, Kushner’s new play illuminates radicalism and makes art of sectarian dreams and failures.
How did he dupe us all? Americans love to be inspired by simple solutions to complicated problems—especially when the solutions are cheap and the problems are far away.
As a black man, Obama's confident knowledge of his lineage is precisely the thing that makes his American identity dubious.
Elizabeth Bishop's Poems and Prose; James Gleick's The Information.
Werner Herzog's Cave of Forgotten Dreams; Joe Wright's Hanna; Andreas Lust's The Robber; Daniel and Diego Vega's Octubre.
From the May 1, 1976, issue.