Philadelphia Inquirer

After the Newspaper Building

Struggling dailies are abandoning their grand old buildings. Why that's not a bad thing.

Struggling dailies are abandoning their grand old buildings. Why that's not a bad thing. 

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Adios, Presidente

What Hugo Chávez's obituaries revealed

Parsing the many obituaries of Hugo Chávez

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I've been musing about how Republicans drank their own Tea Party Kool-aid and convinced themselves that voting for Paul Ryan's budget would go over well with the American public. Ramesh Ponnuru says they never believed they'd be popular: I spent a fair amount of time earlier this spring arguing with other conservatives that including Medicare reform in a budget resolution was not the best way to advance the cause of entitlement reform.

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The Philadelphia Inquirer reports that yet another prominent Republican politician seems to think we could cut unemployment significantly if only we would cut benefits: Republican gubernatorial candidate Tom Corbett on Friday accused some jobless Pennsylvanians of choosing to collect unemployment checks rather than going back to work, prompting swift criticism from his Democratic opponent and one of the state's top labor leaders. "The jobs are there.

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