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Is a Texan contestant's indictment of war critics a sign of solidarity — or is there more at stake?
Sheldon Adelson is the personification of money in American politics today. Perversely, nothing that he has done is illegal.
As Canada heads into elections, the vote still seems distributed in a way that Justin Trudeau’s Liberals will ultimately return to power, perhaps in a minority government.
How do we reconcile the growth of oil sands with the fact that we’re entering a carbon-constrained future?
U.S. newspapers are dying a slow, but accelerating death. Even Warren Buffet has thrown in the towel.
What effects have human actions had on the Sahara — the world's largest nonpolar desert?
Why would USAID not get behind an effort to turn Afghan farmers from poppy to cotton?
What does its founder say about AOL — and what do others say?