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The American Staff
How Wall Street capitalized on the foreclosure crisis to become the nation's largest owner of single-family homes.
Politicians and voters, both pretending their party can do things it can't.
There’s a price for treating religious groups as homogenous political blocs.
With all the pathologies of the 1930s resurgent, Europe's experiment in economic and social union has never been more at risk.
The Fed chair recently announced that the bank will raise interest rates by year-end, but that doesn't mean she's gone to the dark side.
While men's hair can often be neutral, women's hair is fraught with questions of sexuality, professionalism, and identity.
The proposed Trans-Pacific Partnership is bad economics, and even worse as containment of China.
Can the ideal of a secular Republic accommodate the new cultural pluralism?
An intellectual in public service, Pat Moynihan defied categorization.