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Daniel Schorr Remembers William Safire

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Tina Brown says the fate of Afghan women — like these, voting in their country's presidential election in August — isn't a high enough priority in the debate over U.S. policy in Afghanistan. Paula Bronstein/Getty Images hide caption

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Tina Brown's Must-Reads: An Attack And A Memoir

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Columnist, Speechwriter William Safire Dies at 79

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'60 Minutes' Still Ticking After 41 Years

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Mark Bowden On 'The Story Behind The Story'

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W. Horace Carter, A Crusading Newspaperman

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