Curve still dangerous

Anyone remotely familiar with the pace of action involved in a large agency of state government... More

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Annans successor

WASHINGTON -- The 15 nations that gather in New York today to conduct a straw poll to choose the... More

  • By Jim Hoagland
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Schwarzenegger the survivor

SACRAMENTO -- The Terminator has rescued himself from political ruin by reinventing his approach... More

  • By David S. Broder
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The $1 million error

We all have insurance on our lives, homes and motor vehicles. When we make premium payments on... More

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The penny stops here

Two months ago, in an Olympian act of statesmanship, Rep. Jim Kolbe, R-Ariz., took aim at the... More

  • By Sebastian Mallaby
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An unseen election factor

WASHINGTON -- What could prove to be the most important factor in the 2006 elections is... More

  • By E.J. Dionne Jr.
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The false image that endures

Thomas Hoepkers photo Brooklyn, New York, September 11, 2001 has achieved a kind of notoriety. It... More

  • By Richard Cohen
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Q&A with Kim Cowherd

Kim Cowherds love for the outdoors, plants and trees came the honest way. Her father was an avid... More

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No room for doubt

The body count continues to mount in Iraq and Afghanistan, and the military situation continues... More

  • By Max Boot
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The Hill winks at pork reform

WASHINGTON Willie Stark would have had a good laugh. Stark is the archetypal politician at the... More

  • By Ruth Marcus
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A need to know

Members of the Frankfort Independent Board of Education were being a bit disingenuous this week... More

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Bush testy answering questions

AUSTIN, Texas -- Is it just me, or was that the worst presidential press conference in history?... More

  • By Molly Ivins
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A dissident of Islam speaks out

WASHINGTON -- While her security contingent waits outside the Georgetown restaurant, Ayaan Hirsi... More

  • By George F. Will
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What would Popeye say?

For a number of years, food-safety experts have warned Americans not to eat undercooked ground... More

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Exactly whom do you trust?

In the early 1960s, Johnny Carson hosted an afternoon TV show called Who Do You Trust? The title... More

  • By Richard Cohen
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The changing faces of poverty

WASHINGTON The recently released poverty data paint a grim picture of life in America. Once... More

  • By Bradley R. Schiller
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