Andrew Sullivan and a prominent atheist face off over the Book of Job
A conversation with New York, Rolling Stone, and Vanity Fair contributing editor Vanessa Grigoriadis about how she consumes information.
In the storm of opinion about Afghanistan, what are the best arguments for a U.S. withdrawal?
Op-eds from Secretaries Gates and Clinton addressed some critics' concerns with plans to scrap the missile shield
French and German responses to the president's about-face
Journalists and citizens are asking what Annie Le's murder can tell us about Yale and about our society--and some are very angry
On September 27 Germany will hold federal elections: what is at stake?
Amid the sea of reactions, we've identified the biggest opinions shaping debate
Bloggers ask what Obama's new support of the Patriot Act says about his administration
Bruce Bartlett, former Reagan adviser, is shocked to be agreement with the ex-governor of New York
Max Baucus's 200 pages, dropped this morning, draws criticism, praise and shock
Op-eds cross party lines in a storm of strong reactions to the continued "You lie!" debate
The ACORN scandal grows, and editorial boards condemn liberal inattention
Previously a topic for conservative blogs and their enraged liberal attackers, ACORN has moved to editorial pages as scandal grows
Stay in Afghanistan, writes Zakaria, countering George Will's earlier proclamation. But Robert Jervis from Columbia disagrees.
There's nothing new to be said about the health care debate, right? Wrong!
David Leonhardt blames public universities for poor economic growth. Business bloggers respond, discussing educational inequality.
Op-ed writers wonder if politicians have forgotten about Iran, and warn of potential dangers
Norman Podhoretz takes to the Wall Street Journal to promote his new book and take down liberal America-haters
The New Yorker's David Grann and three others refute a Willingham prosecutor's arguments
Joe Weisenthal takes a step back to poke an elephant in the room
Bloggers question the taste of the new Harvard menswear line, in more than one way
Journalists and economists respond to Paul Krugman's magazine article on the economics profession
Paul Krugman steps back to look at economists' role in the crisis, and where to go from here. He is not the first.
Opinionmakers debate the precedents of investigating interrogators' infringements
Bloggers wonder whether a Washington Post's story on Robert McDonnell was fair
Even go-to conservatives think the latest conspiracy theory is nuts
Conservatives and liberals interpret today's New York Times story on the Justice Department
Do the Democrats face double-digit losses in 2010, or are pundits getting too worked up about a few outlying figures?
Questions, potshots, and analysis from the blogosphere regarding Sarah Palin's upcoming trip
A recent forensic report and media coverage have thrown an old case and questions about the death penalty back into the limelight
Academics and journalists debate the merits of a recent, controversial argument by Paul Collier
The citizens of Massachusetts debate Kennedy's empty seat, accepting a few suggestions from outsiders
Steele inarticulately attempts to repair his image after an op-ed, and liberals move in for the kill
First reactions to a suggestive line in coverage of the terminated Bill Richardson investigation
Southern Republican drama is being upstaged by a late Massachusetts liberal--is this an indignity or a blessing?
Robert Samuelson wrote a column on the high-speed rail debate. What high-speed rail debate?
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