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America’s Dairyland Doubles As Test Site For Political Civil War

Back before the conflagration that was World War II, some of Europe’s great powers engaged in a surrogate struggle by […]

Tina Brown’s Must Reads: Resistance

Tina Brown, editor of The Daily Beast and Newsweek, tells us what she’s been reading in a feature that Morning […]

A Senate Legend, Undone By His Greatest Strength

In 2004, Indiana’s longtime Republican senator, Richard Lugar, was intrigued by his newly elected colleague from next-door Illinois, a young […]

Power Puff: Flex Your Culinary Muscle With A Souffle

Souffle. Just a whisper of the word strikes fear into the heart of the most accomplished (not to mention inexperienced) […]

Greece’s Left Wing Tries To Form A Government

In debt-burdened Greece, the president has given a left-wing coalition a mandate to form a new government, but it faces […]

Students To Congress: Don’t Let Interest Rate Double

Clarise McCants and Patrick Johnson, both undergraduates at Howard University, are running late — they’re on their way to join […]

Roman Totenberg’s Remarkable Life And Death

My father, world-renowned virtuoso violinist and teacher Roman Totenberg, whose professional career spanned nine decades and four continents, died early […]

GOP Senators Block Democrats’ Student Loan Bill

Senate Republicans gave a thumbs down to a Democratic plan that would have frozen interest rates for 7.4 million students […]

Enthusiasm For Romney Runs Low In North Florida

Now that former candidates Newt Gingrich and Rick Santorum are endorsing Mitt Romney to be the Republican nominee for president, […]

RNC Hispanic Outreach Director: Romney ‘Still Deciding’ Immigration Position

Republican Mitt Romney badly trails President Obama among Hispanic voters, according to several recent polls. The Miami Herald reported this […]

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