Putin would have done better to publish in Buzzfeed. After all, who reads the New York Times?
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The Conservative Playbook Against Hillary Clinton
A new book gives a sneak peek of how Republicans will try to define Clinton in 2016.
By Emma Roller
Lindsey Graham, While Announcing When He’ll Say If He’s Running for President, Says He’s Running for President
The Republican senator joins a long line of maybe-candidates who have stepped on their own announcements.
By Matt Berman
America’s Sharp Turn Inward
The widespread ambivalence over Syria is the culmination of a mood that has almost completely reversed what had been a rising tide toward interventionism. The public no longer believes in the military’s capacity to yield lasting results.
By Ronald Brownstein
How It Can Still Go Wrong for Obama
His turn on Syria avoids a cliff, but it sets him on a rocky road that could still rattle his presidency.
Boehner Stands With Obama On Syria, But Not Too Close
The House speaker won’t whip the GOP caucus, and isn’t worried about the “Hastert Rule.”
By Patrick Reis
The Politics: Will Syria Give Rand Paul a Leg Up on Marco Rubio?
The debate over a possible U.S. strike against Syria gives Paul a welcome platform, and forces rival Rubio into an awkward position.
By Beth Reinhard
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