Here's a lovely historical irony: A Democratic president has proposed limited military action in the Middle East, and conservative Republicans are aligning with anti-war Democrats, Occupy Wall Street, The Nation, MoveOn, and Code Pink to stop him. For those of us who oppose the intervention, it sho ... More >>
The New York Review of Books publishes mostly men, and in that, they're not alone, joined by pretty much every major print magazine in this country. But the NYRB's editor, Robert Silvers, responded to a criticism of their mostly-maleness this week with an amazing, somewhat baffling form letter. The ... More >>
His years at Bain represent everything you hate about capitalism
via New York PostHave you grown bored with the same old Anna Chapman images (you know, the sexy spy! The first one!) that have been circulating the Internet for untold weary days? Take heart, sad and lonely people, the summer's not over yet. A new Chapman image is now available, proving that ... More >>
Robert Eringer says he was His Serene Highness Prince Albert II of Monaco's intelligence chief. He further claims that he conducted for the Prince sensitive investigation of VIPs, including Vladimir Putin and a woman who says the Prince kidnapped and raped her on his yacht, per Eringer's fili ... More >>
Looking back on his first term
The butcher of Tibet, and America's sporting president
Voice writers pick their favorite 20 books of the year
Is there enough oil? Or is there just enough oil to keep the Bush regime going?
Remembering a nation on the brink of the Iraq war
After a year-long campaign, America now discovers what the election was really about
Lots of people dialed 911 to the U.S. Before 9-11. Who put them on hold?
Hindsight or foresight, we still were told the attacks were coming
Cleaning Up: Bush's Pals, an Oligarch, and a Siberian Pollution Factory
Where the Quest for Oil Meets the War on Terror
Be the First on Your Block to Make a Buck off Iraq
Bush Pulls a Grieving Nation Into War
How the Cold War and Its Aftermath Fueled Islamic Militancy
Russian Paper Cites Fear of "Uncontrollable Escalation"
Salon Reaches Out to Freelancers