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A Father’s Decades-Old Bedtime Story Is Back In Print

One night in 1947, an intensely curious 5-year-old boy named Michael McCleery asked his father for a story. So his […]

‘The Black Count,’ A Hero On The Field, And The Page

General Thomas-Alexandre Dumas was one of the heroes of the French Revolution — but you won’t find a statue of […]

Amy Adams: A Steely Wife Stands Behind ‘The Master’

Amy Adams has played a Disney princess, a puckish Amelia Earhart, an innocent young nun and a blogging Brooklynite who […]

Anti-Japan Protests Erupt In China Over Disputed Islands

It has been a day of rage on China’s streets. The road outside the Japanese Embassy in Beijing was transformed […]

For Young Greeks, A Communal Escape From Woes

Facing their country’s worst recession in a half-century, many young Greeks are leaving for jobs abroad. But Apostolos Sianos, a […]

U.S., Israel Divided Over ‘Red Line’ For Iran

The Obama administration often talks about its strong bonds with Israel, but relations between the leaders of the two leaders […]

Rosh Hashana’s Sacred Bread Offers Meaning In Many Shapes And Sizes

Challah is a rich, eggy bread baked every week for the Jewish sabbath, or shabbat. But for Rosh Hashanah, the […]

Reporter Hotline: What Awaits Abroad After Election

As we approach the presidential election in November, Weekend Edition is seeking your questions about issues and candidates in a […]

Paul Ryan A Star Attraction For Values Voters

In this election, Christian conservatives seem to be more against President Obama than they are for Mitt Romney. But they […]

Former Diplomat: Doing A Good Job Invites Risk

When former U.S. Ambassador Ryan Crocker heard about his colleague’s death in Libya, his first reaction was disbelief. He had […]

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