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The World In Microcosm
The all-out war between power companies and EPA has become the symbol — and the center — of the national debate over the role of government.
By Coral Davenport
Rolling Out Global Hit Teams
Gen. Stanley McChrystal honed the use of hunter-killer teams in Iraq and Afghanistan. President Obama fired him, but the administration is exporting McChrystal’s ideas to other hot spots.
By Yochi J. Dreazen
The scars from today’s wars amount to a national pathology. America could take a generation to heal.
By James Kitfield
Romney and the Right
Why is a party that leans so far to the right poised to nominate a candidate whom many conservatives deeply distrust?
By Ronald Brownstein
Safe To Be Sick
Thousands of people die every year from infections they get at a hospital. With prodding from the federal government, the health care industry is taking steps to address the problem.
By Maggie Fox
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