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James Parker comments on scenes of malfunctioning touch screens and overzealous soccer announcers
Jan 14 2011
Is the Suez Canal now in danger?
Uri FriedmanAlso: What Obama Can Do to Save Egypt
No matter what a judge says about the law, the Supreme Court will have the final say
Why the Jewish state can find opportunity in the terrorist group's rise in Lebanon
Are the states the last hope to fight private money in politics with tax dollars?
The beta version of the media website doesn't let you close ads
"The Dark Tower" is being adapted for TV. Will the Oscar winner take the lead role?
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While this is good news for the economy, personal savings keep declining
By following the Gipper's example and turning away the advice of ideologues, Obama may just save his legacy
Would a revolution in Egypt give way to Islamic extremism?
Which types of companies pay the least money to the IRS?
What's the use in a report after new Wall Street reforms have already become law?
What we know now about home prices that we didn't know before the bust
Egypt and Tunisia pulled the plug on service last week. Could a private corporation do the same here?
Biden's chief spokesman moves into the big time to replace Robert Gibbs
Hurting someone may be a chef's worst fear—but making a safe recipe can be a joy
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