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Remembrances
1:12 pm
Mon October 15, 2012

'Killing Fields' Author Remembers Cambodian King

Originally published on Mon October 15, 2012 3:05 pm

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Few stories in the 20th century are more tragic than the fate of Cambodia, a small, peaceful country on the sidelines of the war in Vietnam. Cambodia would be invaded by both sides, carpet-bombed by the United States, taken over by murderous Maoists, invaded again by the Vietnamese and left to wither for a decade by a grotesque, international impasse.

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Politics
12:49 pm
Mon October 15, 2012

How Much Power Does The President Really Have?

In three weeks, millions of Americans cast their vote for president in an election that both campaigns depict as a stark choice between two fundamentally different visions for the country. But the chief executive's power is limited in real ways, by Congress, foreign interests, and other players.

Law
12:49 pm
Mon October 15, 2012

CIA's Ex-Con Code Thief Reflects On His Career

Originally published on Mon October 15, 2012 1:49 pm

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On Aging
12:49 pm
Mon October 15, 2012

Taking The Car Keys Away From Older Drivers

Originally published on Mon October 15, 2012 1:24 pm

For older drivers and their families, the conversation about giving up the car keys can be wrenching. Driving, for many, means independence and the transition to life without a car can be challenging, particularly for those who live alone or in areas with limited access to public transportation.

The Two-Way
12:21 pm
Mon October 15, 2012

Report: Probe Of Rep. Jesse Jackson Focuses On Use Of Campaign Funds

Rep. Jesse Jackson, Jr., D-Ill., on the steps of the U.S. Capitol in December 2011.
Yuri Gripas Reuters /Landov

The Chicago Sun-Times broke the news late last week that Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr., D-Ill., is "the target of a federal investigation into 'suspicious activity' into his congressional finances."

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