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Iraq: What Next for the U.S.?

Former U.S. Ambassador Peter Galbraith

A former U.S. ambassador to Croatia and a senior diplomatic fellow at the Center for Arms Control and Non-Proliferation, Peter Galbraith is author of The End of Iraq: How American Incompetence Created A War Without End.

Former U.S. Ambassador Peter Galbraith
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Commentary

Geoff Nunberg: On the Stump, the Same Old Story

Linguist Geoff Nunberg offers up a few thoughts on the use of a certain C-word in current electoral rhetoric. That word is "change" and it's what all the candidates are promising. But what does it really mean?

Geoff Nunberg: On the Stump, the Same Old Story
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Monday

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Interviews

Border Battles, Immigration Issues and You

Julia Preston, national immigration correspondent for The New York Times, discusses the unintended consequences of the U.S. border crackdown — and how the battle over immigration is affecting communities across the country.

Border Battles, Immigration Issues and You
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Fees, Cheats and 'Gotcha Capitalism'

Columnist Bob Sullivan covers Internet scams and consumer fraud for MSNBC.com, where he writes a column called The Red Tape Chronicles. His new book is about the hidden fees found in many phone, cable, credit card and other bills.

Fees, Cheats and 'Gotcha Capitalism'
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Music Articles

Dave Grohl's Foo Fighters Rock to the Top

The Foo Fighters latest album, Echoes, Silence, Patience, & Grace is nominated for a Grammy for album of the year. Dave Grohl, the group's leader, talks about the band's evolution, and about his past role as drummer for the band Nirvana.

Dave Grohl's Foo Fighters Rock to the Top
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