For decades, conventional wisdom has held that the United States and Cuba were never closer to all-out war than during the 13 days in October 1962 that we now call the Cuban Missile Crisis. But new records show that more than a decade after that crisis, Secretary of State Henry Kissinger drew up det ... More >>
Errol Morris tells us he’s tired of interviewing people.
An Arizona Cardinals player's death in Afghanistan was spun into a recruiting tool.
The Bush backer stood up against Guantánamo abuses. Now he's an Obama man.
Now he'll have some time to find those WMDs himself Bush sat down to lunch with the San Francisco woman who'll have his nuts in a legislative vise for the next two years. Donald Rumsfeld waved a pouty goodbye. Dick Cheney was described as "glum" in the New York Times. Reading good news in th ... More >>
The elephant in Guantanamo's living room gets 4200 calories a day and a Koran
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They, too, are Nicaraguans by the grace of God
The Army's realistic first-person shooter bogs down under fire
Gunner Palace shows what the news doesn't
Florida's Seabee reservists went to Iraq to help, not fight. But they fought and died
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Presidential advisor Karen Hughes draws a crowd at Books & Books, a very, very divided crowd
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Howard Dean is aiming for the White House, but first it's Miami Beach
Get that war-frown off your face!
It's the end of the world as we know it, and we feel fine
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Words to the wise from Last Poet Umar Bin Hassan
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Media attempts to find a face for terrorism -- and to fashion a response -- evoke George Orwell
The day the music died
Documenting devastation near and far-of the body, the mind, and the soul
Is Miami-Dade County Manager Steve Shiver a lying little weasel? Absolutely, absolutely.