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August 14, 2006
George W. and the Dominoes

Iraq was supposed to trigger a democratic chain reaction in the Middle East. Instead—see the missiles over Haifa—the tumbling is going backward.

August 7, 2006
Life Before Wartime

Beirut as a case study in the fragility of cosmopolitanism.

August 7, 2006
Over There

A random poll of 100 passersby about the Lebanon-Israel conflict, taken on Atlantic Avenue in Brooklyn, one of the most diverse streets in the city. Given the nature of the situation, we broke the responses down by faith.

August 7, 2006
The South’s New Mouth

Rabble-rousing, hard-partying Mark Cuban is the spitting, high-def image of Ted Turner—with technology (and Dan Rather) on his side.

August 7, 2006
Joe Lieberman’s War

The hawkish senator finds himself in an epic battle— with his own party.

August 7, 2006
Truly Inconvenient Truths

What we’re loath to talk about when we talk about Israel and Lebanon.

July 24, 2006
Not-So-Swift Vets

A group of veterans of the �Global War on Terror� is speaking up. Do its GOP ties make it this year�s Swift Boat Veterans for Truth?

July 24, 2006
What’s Fair at the Mayfair?

Ambassador-tenant dispute.

July 24, 2006
The USS Intrepid Reenlists

Homeland security ahoy!

July 24, 2006
The Gay-Wedding Present

Don’t call off the caterer just yet: New York’s same-sex-marriage court defeat is a gift in disguise.

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