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  • Is The Republican Party Dead?
  • Nope. Republican courting of white people was based on strategy not principle. To reach out wider would not require a great leap.

  • The Petraeus Legacy
  • Within some military and intelligence circles, it was the CIA director's relationship with JSOC — not Paula Broadwell — that raised concerns.

  • Can Black Women Lead on Rethinking Marriage?
  • If black women are holding out for something better than marriage, then we're acting in our own self-interest. According to 2010 Census data, we're at the vanguard of reframing family for the 21st century.

  • Debate This!
  • Women were not the only ones left out of the first presidential debate. Here are some questions for tomorrow night's match-up.

  • Romney’s Boca Raton Host
  • Amid the ongoing uproar over Mitt Romney's snooty remarks at a Florida fundraiser concerning the "47 percent" who pay no federal income taxes, the party's high-rolling host hasn't drawn quite the attention as he deserves.

  • Inside a Hollywood Scam
  • A group of rightwing extremists aimed to destabilize post-Mubarak Egypt and roil US politicians. They got their wish.

  • Give Zubeidi Justice
  • Zakaria Zubeidi is on hunger strike in a Palestinian Authority prison. It would be tragic — and ironic — a resister of Israeli violence were to die resisting Palestinian oppression.

  • The GOP's Will to Fantasy
  • Romney's choice of Paul Ryan as running mate is another development in a long-term party trend: the triumph of ideology over reality.

  • Walking to Syria
  • The illicit mountain journey undertaken by the Free Syrian Army from Lebanon is grueling, treacherous and fraught with danger.

  • A Syrian Town in Revolt
  • Seventeen months after the Syrian revolution began, the people living in this town have grown grimly accustomed to a daily routine of indiscriminate violence, of shelling from afar.

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