- January 24, 2005 | The National Interest
- The Last Battle
The struggle over Social Security is liable to deﬁne politics for years to come. Why both sides are studying the Clintons’ health-care debacle.
- July 25, 2005 | Intelligencer
- NASCAR Nation’s Super-Chef
Mario Batali, the man behind Babbo, sets out to feed 75 million race-car fans. “They’ll cook literally anything,” he says admiringly.
- January 23, 2006 | The Power Grid
- Chuck’s Chance
Whatever happens with Judge Alito, Schumer is likely the Democratic winner. It’s all part of his secret plan for senatorial domination.
- January 9, 2006 | The Power Grid
- The Softening of a Software Man
Like the robber barons, Bill Gates has moved from trying to take over the world to trying to save it. No wonder no one’s afraid of Microsoft anymore.
- December 19, 2005 | The Power Grid
- N.Y.'s Favorite Republicans
John McCain and Rudy Giuliani seem like the kind of GOPers city Dems could get behind—but one’s pro-life and the other can’t win and won’t run.
- December 5, 2005 | The Power Grid
Google may be the giant asteroid that is going to make the old-media dinosaurs extinct—but the publishing industry is trying to head it off.
- November 21, 2005 | The Power Grid
- The Dems' Newt Ideas
The Democrats, drafting their own Contract With America, have a golden opportunity in 2006. Will they blow it?
- November 7, 2005 | The Power Grid
- The Man Behind The Curtain
The Bush administration will continue. But, almost certainly, the Cheney administration is over.
- October 24, 2005 | The Power Grid
- Diller's Foxy Strategy
Google, shmoogle. Barry Diller thinks he can outsmart the Web’s superpowers. And he’s done it before.
- October 3, 2005 | The Power Grid
- Pining for Bork
He was as divisive a Supreme Court nominee as can be imagined. But Democrats should hope they get a pick like him. Here’s why.