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America’s ‘We’ Problem

America has a serious “We” problem—as in “Why should we pay for them?”

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Putinism in Cairo? The Rise of the Russian Model

Vladimir Putin on Thursday hailed the possibility of a run for the presidency of Egypt by Gen. Abdel Fattah al-Sisi, the architect of the July 3 coup against the elected Muslim Brotherhood government.

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The Imminent Return of the ‘Clinton Scandals’

Hillary Clinton may well run for president in 2016. Or she may not. But while the nation awaits her decision, both jittery Republican politicians and titillated political journalists—often in concert—will seize upon any excuse to recycle those old “Clinton scandals.”

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The GOP’s Health Crisis

Oh dear. The Republican Party’s worst nightmare is coming true. Obamacare is working.

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PBS Becoming the Plutocrats Broadcasting Service

Our most prominent public media outlets are becoming instruments for special interests to launder their ideological agenda through a seemingly objective brand.

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Recess Is Over: What the Supreme Court Has in Store for Us Now

If you’ve been wondering what has happened to the Supreme Court and all those transformative decisions it was supposed to issue during its 2013-14 term, you’re not alone.

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The Credit Card Gravy Train Is Running You Down

The credit card business is now the banking industry’s biggest cash cow, and it’s largely due to lucrative hidden fees.

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The Gravitational Pull of Planet Carbon

The pull is reflected in three recent developments in the energy news: a declaration of surrender by BP, a major setback in the European Union, and a strategic end-run by Canadian tar sands companies.

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Nuclear Waste Gets Expensive

Beset by the problems of a warming world, governments may feel they have no option but to build a new generation of nuclear power plants. But no country has yet found a way to dispose of the existing stock of radioactive waste.

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Did Religious Extremism Drive 2 Million Egyptian Youth to Unbelief?

Egyptian journalist Hilmy al-Namnam said last fall that some researchers had concluded that there were 2 million Egyptian atheists.

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