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Time for a Third Party?

With few exceptions, the U.S. has been a two-choice nation for most of its existence. Is it time for a change?... More

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Are Sports Fans Happier?

Although those chicken wings may not be great for your waistline, new studies reveal that rooting passionately is good for your mind, body, and spirit.... More

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The Organic Food Paradox

As consumers increasingly demand organic produce, and as massive industrial farms rise to meet their needs, will it spell the end of the family-run,... More

The Modern Super Bowl

The world's biggest sporting event is happening in Indianapolis and the community—and entire country—is watching.... More

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Outsourcing U.S. Military Might

By moving substantial portions of American heavy industry off shore, have we undermined national security? A leading defense expert looks at threats to our military... More

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James Bond Turns 50

Half a century ago, James Bond captured the zeitgeist of his time. Today, audiences are still fascinated with the dashing, unflappable secret agent.... More

America Goes Dance Crazy!

TV shows like Dancing with the Stars and So You Think You Can Dance are inspiring Americans to embrace dancing like never before.... More

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Guns & America

Love them or hate them, guns—and the arguments about them—are woven into the very fabric of American society.... More

The New Retirement

Americans are increasingly choosing to stay on the job after age 65. And money is only part of the story.... More

An Afternoon with John Polkinghorne

Acclaimed physicist and Anglican priest John Polkinghorne—subject of a profile in the Sep/Oct issue of the Post—talks about how he has reconciled his scientific and... More

God vs. Science

How an acclaimed physicist is struggling to reconcile one of the great philosophical arguments of the modern age.... More

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