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<em>The Cartel</em>

The Cartel

By Alisa Harris
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Back to School | The state of New Jersey spends the most money per pupil and has dismal test scores to show for it. The Cartel , an education documentary by journalist Bob…

Deport yourself

By Priya Abraham
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Igor Rotar has been on Uzbekistan's national security service blacklist for three years, but has always been able to roam the country. Until Aug. 11. The…

Hogwarts horror

By Susan Olasky
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Critics are falling all over themselves to praise the latest Harry Potter release, but the book has all the moral problems of earlier volumes with…

'A high fastball'

By John Dawson
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It's a fairly bold move when a freshman senator tries to make a power play on the president, especially when it's the leader of his own party. Then again,

Demented defense

Demented defense

By Mindy Belz
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Graner goes down over Abu Ghraib, but it will take more than guilty verdicts to repair the damage

Sudan: Blatant aggression

Sudan: Blatant aggression

By Priya Abraham
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Sudan | Sudan's African Muslims in Darfur are in the thick of genocide, but Christians in the South are not off the hook

Haunting Specter

Haunting Specter

By Lynn Vincent
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Arlen Specter's impending chairmanship of the Senate Judiciary Committee has conservatives concerned

Electoral challenge

By The Editors
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2004 Vote | Colorado voters are considering an initiative that would change the way the state doles out electoral votes to presidential candidates

Redistricting battle

By The Editors
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2004 Vote | Thanks to new electoral maps engineered by the GOP , experts believe three to five veteran Democrats could be swept from office in the Lone Star State this…

Leadership decision

By The Editors
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2004 Vote | For all his built-in advantages, South Dakota's Tom Daschle finds himself in the fight of his political life

The numbers game

By The Editors
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2004 Vote | To win, Mr. Kerry has to win every one of the "blue" tossup states and steal either Ohio or Florida from the "red" column

Teaching design

By The Editors
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Science | Southern Baptist Theological Seminary announced last month the establishment of a Center for Science and Theology

 
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