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The Devil made me do it

“It’s his responsibility and he accepts it.” Those words were spoken by the lawyer for Lester Crawford, the former head of the Food and Drug Administration, who pleaded guilt... read more...


James Baker’s last mission

Political insiders are buzzing with the question: will Mark Foley, the disgraced lawmaker, cost Republicans control of Congress? But Washingtonians with a longer view are aski... read more...


The return of the Mommy vote

As the former page was exchanging suggestive comments with the 52-year-old Congressman on Instant Messenger, the boy suddenly wrote, “my mom is yelling.” He had to go do his ... read more...


This cannot be

Iraqi voters waving purple fingers became instant folk heroes, and rightly so – they showed incredible courage in claiming their rights as free citizens. But apparently House... read more...


June dreams, November realities

If this year’s election had been held on June 7 or even Sept. 7, the Democrats probably would have won the House and maybe the Senate. But Election Day is Nov. 7, and a Democr... read more...


Storefronts instead of high rises

As college students return to classes this week, William Chace has some gloomy news. Writing in The New York Times, the former president of Emory and Wesleyan warned: “How wil... read more...


Can we trust this guy?

Much has been made of two photographs that define George Bush’s presidency. After Sept. 11, he stood in the smoldering ruins of Ground Zero and rallied the nation’s resolve. A... read more...


Once a mom always a mom

In the hit movie, “The Devil Wears Prada,” Meryl Streep plays a ferocious fashion editor who mashes underlings of both sexes under her stylish stiletto heels. And many reviewe... read more...


Hezbollah is still there

Once the ceasefire took hold in southern Lebanon, Western reporters entered the town of Khiam, perched on a hilltop less than a mile from the Israeli frontier. As Hezbollah fi... read more...


Republican wall versus Democratic wave

Democrats think they’ll take back the House this fall for the first time in 12 years, and most independent analysts agree with them. The well-respected Charlie Cook foresees “... read more...


Branded with a scarlet ‘M’

By Cokie Roberts and Steven V. Roberts John McCain, an Arizona Republican, was talking about his friend, Joe Lieberman, a Connecticut Democrat. “I hesitate to say anything ... read more...


Hezbollah’s ‘cowardly’ campaign

By Cokie Roberts and Steven V. Roberts When the Israelis bombed Lebanon, trying to neutralize the Hezbollah guerrillas, one of their first targets was a complex of towers tha... read more...


A close-minded presidency

By Cokie Roberts and Steven V. Roberts President Bush portrays himself as a principled leader who sticks to his guns, and firm values and clear goals are certainly crucial to... read more...


Let more foreign students in

By Cokie Roberts and Steven V. Roberts ASPEN, COLO. – The Aspen Ideas Festival assigned a panel of high-powered experts to contemplate the challenges of globalization. Each l... read more...


The Golden Grads come home

By Cokie Roberts and Steven V. Roberts Here’s what Bayonne, N.J., was like when Steve graduated from the eighth grade at No. 3 School in 1956. He lived two blocks from the s... read more...



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