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The War on Christmas Is Over
Tea Party Patriot
The grassroots right, spoiling for a fight.
Why Obama Will Ignore Israel
The administration’s new Mideast strategy: benign neglect.
Rumor Has It…
What’s next for our incredibly popular first lady?
A conservative ‘macher’ scarier than the fiscal cliff.
Obama’s Ominous Surprises
How will the president handle the crises around the corner?
Are Vets Suffering from Moral Injury?
New studies suggest that a soldier’s pain of guilt may be a key factor in the rise of PTSD.
Rick Warren’s Resurrection
He was once the hottest evangelical in America. Now, 10 years after the book that made him a star, the pastor wants the spotlight again. This time, it may not be so easy.
Our privacy is history. God help us.
From Mitt to Moot
Where have all the Romneys gone?
12 Ways to Stop the Next Sandy
Far greater disasters loom—unless we move fast to fix a badly broken system.
Denialists, Whiners, and Wackjobs
There’s more than one way to be a Republican.
Our best weapon in the fight against bedbugs might be a pill.
The Fall of a General
David Petraeus subdued Iraq, steered the course for exit in Afghanistan, and is one of the most decorated generals of his generation. So why was he no match for his biographer?
How the GOP Got Stuck in the Past
The blame game misses a bigger truth: Republicans have become isolated from modern America. By David Frum.
The Morning After, Start Now
The issues he has to crack. The deals he has to make. The people he has to woo.
Michelle’s To-Do List
Can the first lady finally win over Washington?
First Lady Fight!
Michelle Obama vs. Ann Romney
The Losing Habit
How long will the GOP stay in denial?
Hillary in 2016!
Campaign fatigue? Get over it. The jockeying for the next presidential run is already well underway.
Thank You, GOP!
From taking ‘Mount Bain’ to Ted Kennedy’s prescient advice, Paul Begala’s insider’s view of how Obama won.
The Tweets That Rocked the Vote
Comedian Rob Delaney on taking all the hot air out of the campaign.
The Best (and Worst) Speeches of 2012
So many words. So few worth remembering. Matt Latimer on the campaign’s most consequential oratory.
The Statisticians on the Bus
How a nerd named Nate Silver changed political reporting forever.
The War on Women Backfires
Republicans thought they could get away with their endless attacks. They were wrong. By Michelle Goldberg.
Wins & Fails
Millions of miles. Billions of dollars. At last, campaign 2012 is over. A look back at the careers made and broken by an epic journey.
Sure, Obama’s lucky. He also relentlessly seizes his chances and makes every one of them count.
The SEALs’ Biggest Threat
They can handle al Qaeda and the Taliban. What worries America’s most celebrated fighting force is the lure of Hollywood’s siren song.
Petraeus’s Rules for Living
Lessons on leadership from General David Petraeus.
Pens at the Ready
Lucas Wittmann, Jimmy So, Doug Stanton and Nick Mancusi on the best of today's war books written by veterans.