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U.S. needs a cool-headed approach, or the Ukraine crisis will get worse.
Before they hit the streets as new cops, the recruits took a final run together.
What’s happening in Cairo should serve as a warning to other autocrats who use a similar formula for repression.
Secretary of State John Kerry has managed to force both sides to face the consequences if his efforts end in failure.
The Sochi Olympics are meant to showcase to the world and Putin’s own people that he had restored wealth and pride to Russia, and to show that Putin had put the Chechen problem to rest.
The Assad regime will use the Islamist threat to reject compromise at Geneva, while jihadis grow stronger in Syria.
It’s past time for the White House to reassess a Syria strategy that ignores the facts on the ground.
The whole Iran debate would be healthier if it were possible to openly discuss what Americans are willing to do if there is no Iran deal.
During a summer’s day tour of the Storer Garden at the UCD Arboretum, now-retired arboretum superintendent Warren Roberts looked at the flourishing tumble of flowers and foliage and proclaimed, “Nothing succeeds like success.”
Wait to prune spring blooming shrubs, such as forsythia, weigela, lilac, Spanish broom and bridal wreath, or you’ll be cutting off the flowers. Once they’ve finished blooming, then prune them back.