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The Romney campaign charges President Obama with calling Assad a reformer as he kills thousands of Syrians. Is this fair?
Analysis: Despite universal condemnation, Jim Lehrer was an unusually effective debate moderator. Here's why.
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Born of idealism, Syria’s war is now a battle over Iran and the Sunni vs. Shiite rivalry.
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It depends which Mitt Romney you ask.
A devastating strike at the Syrian president's military brain trust raises questions about the regime's imminent demise.
After grim news that US family wealth had declined to 1990 levels, the White House lays out figures blaming it on George W. Bush.
Master austerity-slayer Paul Krugman dismisses Estonia's economic progress. Here's the bigger picture, and the back story behind one of the most entertaining Twitter wars in euro zone history.
Bloomberg reveals how Wall Street is making a buck off "dental abuse." Is your doc complicit?
Vulture capitalism: After every crisis, we learn how crafty investors cashed in while the rest of us gnawed our cuticles. Here's how you can join the lucky ones.
Greece is closer than ever to leaving the euro zone. But that won't stop the pain; on the contrary.
The WSJ eviscerates one of its own. Are Republicans hell-bent on self-destruction?
Here's Barack Obama's answer. Plus: the millionaires who pay less than you.
Analysis: Has the wildly-hyped gadget maker’s value peaked?
Europe's sanctions were bold, but here's how they could backfire.
... and would raise them on the poor, at a steep cost to Washington DC.
The multi-millionaire candidate appears insensitive to the 99 percent.
An AIDS cure, China's debt, and a bevy of miracles: here's what the media neglected.