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Egyptians Prepare For Historic Presidential Vote

The first free presidential election in Egypt begins Wednesday. Twelve candidates are running for the top spot vacated by Hosni […]

I Vs. We: The ‘Heart’ Of Our Political Differences

For years now, the Tea Party has held individualism up as the great American value. But Washington Post columnist and […]

Is Al-Qaida Dropping Clues About Planned Attacks?

Two F-15 fighter jets intercepted a US Airways plane on Tuesday and escorted it to Maine’s Bangor International Airport after […]

Romney And GOP-Linked Committees Close Fundraising Gap

With the latest campaign dollar totals officially on the Federal Election Commission books, at least one thing is certain: President […]

Woman Charged In Death Of Fetus Is Out Of Jail

Bei Bei Shuai is out of jail for the first time since March 2011. Shuai, a Chinese immigrant who lives […]

Blacks, Gays And The Church: A Complex Relationship

Fairly or not, African-Americans have become the public face of resistance to same-sex marriage, owed to their religious beliefs and […]

Mitt Romney Vs. Rand Paul In 2016?

As sort-of-still-a-presidential-candidate Ron Paul continues to collect delegates at state Republican Party conventions, the question of what the libertarian Texas […]

‘It Worked For Me’: Life Lessons From Colin Powell

If you’re looking for advice on leadership, it’s good to start with a four-star general. Colin Powell’s new memoir, It […]

R.I. Strikes Out On Ex-Pitcher’s Video Game Venture

In 2004, pitcher Curt Schilling became a New England folk hero. That’s the year he helped the Boston Red Sox […]

As Egyptians Prepare To Vote, Jimmy Carter Watches ‘Complete Transformation’

On All Things Considered today, NPR’s Soraya Sarhaddi Nelson will look ahead to Egypt’s first free presidential election — voting […]

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