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If You Teach A Man To Photograph: Haiti, As Seen By Haitians

“Foreign photographers come to Haiti,” says renowned photographer Maggie Steber, “but all too often they start and stop with the […]

Obama’s Ex-Car Czar Defends Romney, Bain From GOP Attacks

Steven Rattner, the Wall Street financier who oversaw the Obama Administration’s successful rescues of General Motors and Chrysler, now comes […]

Political Battle Brewing Over New Voter ID Laws

As the presidential campaign kicks into high gear, a fight is brewing over stricter voting laws that could affect turnout […]

U.S. Chamber President Criticizes GOP’s ‘Intramural’ Battle Over Bain

The “Battle Over Bain” has become a hot topic at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, a key player in politics. […]

Mitt Romney Raised $24 Million Last Quarter

During the last quarter of 2011, Mitt Romney raised $24 million, his campaign announced today. That means the former Massachusetts […]

Obama, DNC Exceed 4th Qtr Money Goal But Fear Complacency

President Obama’s campaign has a money problem. It’s raised a lot of cash in 2011, exceeding its internal goals, according […]

Stephen Colbert Looks For Fresh Face In GOP Race And Sees Himself

We’ve been through this with him before, so talk from Comedy Central’s Stephen Colbert about running for president needs to […]

’30 Rock’ Returns From Hiatus As NBC Juggles Its Thursday Comedies

There are three pieces of good news about the NBC Thursday night comedy lineup and one piece of bad news. […]

In Haiti, Where Does Art Fit In?

There’s no doubt that art can help us cope with troubled times. It’s a way to process the inexplicable, express […]

In South Carolina, Perry Tries To Revive His Flagging Campaign

Texas Gov. Rick Perry announced his presidential campaign in South Carolina last August, but now his campaign may soon come […]

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