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Kill This Deal

Why Congress should kill the fiscal-cliff deal.

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The former Republican senator deserves a fair shot to become the next Secretary of Defense.

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Obama and Boehner may be near agreement on the fiscal cliff. Should liberals be satisfied?

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D.C. changed, but the Washington Post didn't. Can Metro coverage save it now?

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The fight over Susan Rice is a reminder that the GOP's lack of diversity hamstrings the party on a regular basis -- not just on Election Day.

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The Egyptian president's C.V. explains his recent actions.

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What’s an old-timey media brand being murdered by the Zeitgeist to do? There’s the Washington Post route: Hire a series of quietly competent executives to manage the inevitable decline, while investing in more booming sectors, like hospice care. Or you can go for the flash and the buzz, the zazz and the bling, by bringing on the former wunderkind who ran into a rough patch but seems destined for a comeback. You can go for Jeff Zucker. CNN has chosen door number two.

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Romney's chief strategist tries to argue that the Romney campaign was about something. Nice try.

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Politico gets its knickers in a twist over a looming, all-too-minor filibuster dispute.

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ESPN pairs with public-TV stalwart 'Frontline' to investigate its meal ticket, professional football.

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