In this week's edition of Newsverse, NEWSWEEK's weekly poetic take on the news, Jerry Adler muses on anti-Muslim sentiment in America in light of the controversy of a mosque in lower Manhattan.
The story of Barack Obama's presidency to this point has mostly been written in domestic and economic policy. But he came to office promising to change American policy and rhetoric toward the rest of the world, especially America's historic adversaries in Asia and the Mideast. There is no disputing that he has done that, but at what costs, and to what ends?
Cleveland Clinic is both highly effective and fiercely efficient. So why are its methods so rare?
A new book promises incontrovertible proof of the afterlife. That's cold comfort to those of us left behind.