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Meet the man who once described himself as “kind of like Rush Limbaugh on decaf"
Pentagon learned from the epic mistake of making a martyr of the world's most gifted and famous athlete
Under Obama, America has been at war for longer than under any other U.S. president
Everything you need to know about Trump, in his own words
Listening to the youth vote doesn't always lead to disaster
Michael Ware spent seven harrowing years covering the Iraq War – and he has the scars to prove it
Clinton campaign tweeted "plan to defeat ISIS" whose first step amounts to "defeat ISIS"
The disgraced reporter's memoir: 400 pages of dogs eating 400 pages of homework
On the media's hypocritical hounding of Jeb Bush
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Friedman's latest take on the Middle East uses both his "iron fist" and "midwife" lines of thinking