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Is the US Ready for the S-O-V?
75-year-old British playwright Harold Pinter won't be able to attend the ceremony for his Nobel Prize this Saturday, but he's already videotaped his acceptance speech. He describes the Iraq War as "blatant state terrorism," and reserves extra tongue lashing for the "pathetic and supine" Tony Blair, ... More >>
How's the president doing?
The Bush administration's top 40 lies about war and terrorism
In recent weeks, the press and some Democrats have finally taken up a critical White House deception about Iraq and uranium. What took them so long? And what about all the other lies?
With foreign politics in havoc, Super Furry Animals feel fine
Does Radiohead's disjointed new album make them the World's Greatest Rock Band? (No.)
Allegations that the president's personal secretary was involved in a cover-up--obscured in the headlines by the White House's skillful media handling--represent the biggest danger yet for Clinton's credibility.
Conducting Himself: Pete Postlethwaite in Brassed Off
Voters in France may be in the midst of delivering a rebuke to the "global Clintonism" hailed by the press in the wake of the British elections.