November 15, 2010

National

Who is the real Omar Khadr?

Armed and dangerous

International

MID-TERM MADNESS

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National

Who is the real Omar Khadr?

Murdering jihadist, victim of circumstance or model-citizen-in-the-making: which Khadr will we finally meet when he returns to Canada?

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Armed and dangerous

The People’s Republic has been flexing its muscles amid a huge military build-up. What does it mean for the West?

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International

MID-TERM MADNESS

What went wrong for the Democrats, what to expect now, and why Obama isn’t done yet

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International

In Glenn we trust

Glenn Beck’s remarkable journey from radio blowhard to one of America’s most influential political figures

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International

Why a billionaire couldn’t buy victory in California

Meg Whitman may have had cash, but at age 72, it was Democrat Jerry Brown’s time for a comeback

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Interview

On terrorism, marriage, and growing up in a city where she couldn’t sit at the lunch counter

THE 66TH U.S. secretary of state also served as president George W. Bush’s national security adviser during his first term. A long-time faculty member at Stanford University, Rice currently teaches two courses, and recently published a memoir of her parents’ influence on her life, Extraordinary, Ordinary People.

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This week

Newsmakers

Margaret Thatcher beats out Oprah, Ozzy Osbourne’s Neanderthal roots, and a very special seeing-eye dog

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TV

Conan in exile

When Conan O’Brien took a job on basic cable, some saw it as a step down. Now it’s looking smart.

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Business

Generation spend

Today’s youth are set to become bigger consumers than the boomers. Teaching them how to save and invest will require patience, and plenty of marketing savvy.

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SOCIETY

Out of the hospital and into the museum

Will training in fine arts make for better GPs? Medical programs from McMaster to Harvard are betting on it.

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