Tuesday

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World

'A Nation Unto Himself:' Covering Ariel Sharon

James Bennet just completed his 3-year stint as Jerusalem bureau chief for The New York Times. He wrote the cover story for this week's New York Times Magazine: "A Nation Unto Himself: Where is Ariel Sharon Leading Israel?"

'A Nation Unto Himself:' Covering Ariel Sharon

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Monday

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Interviews

Faces Keyboardist Ian McLagan

McLagan played with the first generation of British rockers, handling keyboards for both the Small Faces and Faces, led by vocalist Rod Stewart and guitarist Ron Wood. McLagan produced a new box set of Faces recordings, Five Guys Walk Into a Bar.

Faces Keyboardist Ian McLagan

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Interviews

Graham Allison on Preventing Nuclear Catastrophe

Graham Allison is an expert on nuclear weapons and national security. In his new book, Nuclear Terrorism: The Ultimate Preventable Catastrophe, he argues that avoiding a catastrophic nuclear event needs to be a higher priority for the U.S. government.

Graham Allison on Preventing Nuclear Catastrophe

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Author Interviews

Columnist Maureen Dowd on 'Bushworld'

Dowd's new book collects more than 100 of her columns from the New York Times. Bushworld begins with George H.W. Bush and continues with the presidency of George W. Bush. Dowd won a Pulitzer Prize in 1999 for her commentary on the Clinton impeachment.

Columnist Maureen Dowd on 'Bushworld'

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Wednesday

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Books

Living with the Bin Laden Family

Carmen bin Laden is the sister-in-law of Osama bin Laden. In 1974 she married Yeslam bin Laden; they separated 14 years later. Carmen only met her brother-in-law a few times. She's written a new memoir, Inside the Kingdom: My Life in Saudi Arabia.

Living with the Bin Laden Family

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