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Why the GOP race could be irrelevant

While the Mitt and Newt show rolls on, Obama is enjoying some of the
best news and best poll numbers of his term

Barack Obama

Wall Street execs are major Obama fundraisers

Bundlers from the securities industry have raised at least $9 million
for the Obama campaign so far


Stop diagnosing my son

When we adopted Jake at 7, we waited years before letting a psychologist
label him. Others haven't been so kind

The human rights “success” in Libya

As was true in Iraq, those who prematurely claim success cause the war's
aftermath – the key part – to be neglected

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Newt’s no-win political appeal

The neo-Confederate wing of the GOP cares more about humiliating Obama
than about beating him in November

Newt Gingrich

The charade of super PAC independence

The former Gingrich staffer who now runs a friendly PAC says he can
"dance with" his ex-boss without talking to him

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A cabbie’s view of Chicago

A gritty new book chronicles the author's strange passenger encounters
while driving a taxi around the Windy City

Khairat Al-Shater, Muslim Brother and free marketeer

The GOP Brotherhood of Egypt

Demonized in the U.S. as radical terrorists, Egypt's Islamists are
actually led by free-market businessmen


Apple’s insanely profitable made-in-China quarter

The American middle class might not be making iPads and iPhones, but
they sure are buying a lot of them

Running man

Obama takes his case to the swing states

The president retails his general election message in five key


“Star Wars” like you’ve never seen it before

A new spin on a beloved classic finds its way onto YouTube — and
reminds us of the power of the Internet

Mitt Romney

The trouble with being the Swiss bank account guy

The income gap that’s haunted Mitt in the GOP race could be a serious
election problem – if he gets that far

Sheldon Adelson and his wife Miriam Ochsorn Adelson

What the Adelsons will want for their money

The $10 million in pro-Newt money that transformed the GOP primary
appears to be all about US policy toward Israel

A youthful revolution

Growing pains for Egypt’s youthful revolution

One year after Tahrir Square, young people find new thinking, some
freedom, and less money

Demi Moore

Why shouldn’t Demi Moore be “stressed”?

A 911 call sends her to the hospital — and brings out class resentment

Super PACs beware

Super PACs not welcome in Massachusetts Senate race

Elizabeth Warren and Scott Brown pledge to discourage independent attack
ads. Will it work?

Newt Gingrich in 2006

When Newt championed Wall Street

In an overlooked 2006 Capitol HIll appearance he pushed the securities
industry's agenda


Salon’s Oscars picks

Time to move past the snubs and call the winners. Here's the case for
Brad Pitt, Terrence Malick, "Hugo" and more

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Lessons from the paperback revolution

A new book looks at two visionaries who helped transform publishing in
the 1960s

Julie Delpy and Chris Rock

Chris Rock and Julie Delpy’s Manhattan romance

Interview: The comedian and the French actress talk about her new
Sundance comedy "2 Days in New York"

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