Are local elites routing floodwater to poorer, more populated areas?
Damaged infrastructure, weakened trust, and worse
This isn't their fight, but they can still profit
Nearing the end of a twenty-year struggle for a new Colombia
Is Islamophobia playing a role?
UN: Worse than Haiti quake, 2004 tsunami, 2005 Kashmir quake combined
The New York battle goes nationwide
What it reveals about the Supreme Court and the Senate
Former President Jimmy Carter may have a somewhat mixed record, with a Nobel Peace Prize on the one hand and a lost 1980 reelection bid on the other, but blogger E.D. Kain wants to add one very significant accomplishment to the Carter legacy: The booming U.S. craft beer industry.
Whether or not the reports of an attempt are credible, this is where Iran's president would be most at risk
His anti-music ruling is a diversionary tactic
"It was like being in hell."
Beyond the humanitarian need, there's the potential for significant security gains
It has deceived before, but a new proposal could be legitimate
The WikiLeaks documents have allowed anyone with an internet connection to be an analyst for a day -- the dangers of which were well evidenced by the Bush-Cheney administration's flawed interpretation of raw intelligence findings
General Petraeus's big new idea