The Fight for Black Men
There are more black males on probation, parole, or in prison now than were slaves in 1850. It's not a crisis of crime. It's people being left behind, says Joshua DuBois in Newsweek.
Dilma’s Uneasy Moment
Brazil hasn´t seen a civic revolt of this magnitude in years. But should President Dilma Rousseff, who says she's proud of democracy, be worried? Mac Margolis reports.
Obama Goes After Nukes
In his first visit to Berlin since becoming president, Obama will announce the reduction of America’s deployed stockpile of nuclear bombs by one third, reports Josh Rogin.
The Science of 'Fetal Pain'
The House GOP passed a far-reaching ‘fetal pain’ bill that would ban most abortions after 20 weeks. Michelle Goldberg investigates the contested science behind it.
Today’s GOP vs. Tomorrow’s GOP
As the immigration vote nears, Republicans face a stark choice between the present-day wishes of GOP legislators and the party’s future national hopes. By Michael Tomasky.
I Don't Want to Talk
Ticked off after being left out of intial peace negotiations with the Taliban, Hamid Karzai has cut talks with the United States. Sami Yousafzai and Ron Moreau report.
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Michael Hastings RIP
The promising young journalist died Tuesday in a car accident. John Avlon on the war correspondent who never settled for anything short of the truth.
Seven Kimye Konspiracies
Kim Kardashian's daughter came five weeks early—and the rumor mill expects foul play. A roundup of conspiracy theories on what really happened when the cameras stopped rolling.
Wrong Winner on 'The Voice'
After four seasons, the hip new singing competition still hasn’t found a major pop star. Kevin Fallon reports its latest winner, country singer Danielle Bradbery, isn’t it.
Money Money Money
A Fond Farewell
New FBI Chief
10 Powerful Comic-Book Movie Deaths
Lauren Conrad has not appeared on a reality-TV show for four years, but her influence over young women continues to inspire mega-successful magazine covers and fashion lines. Misty White Sidell reports.
1. JOINING THE PARTY
Lisa Murkowski Backs Gay Marriage
Third Republican senator to offer support.More
Feds End Hunt For Hoffa
Find no remains of Teamsters boss. More
3. WON’T BACK DOWN
Obama Defends NSA Surveillance
Attempts to quell Germans’ concerns. More
4. COLD SHOULDER
Karzai Doesn’t Want to Talk to the U.S.
Frustrated by Taliban plan.More
5. WALK BACK
Serena Sorry for Rape Comments
Says she has always fought for women’s rights.More
6. YEP, OHIO AGAIN
Three Arrested in Ohio for ‘Modern-Day Slavery’
Held disabled woman and daughter captive for a year.More
7. IN SHOCK
Michael Hastings Dead at 33
Journalist killed in Los Angeles car crash.More
8. IT’S NOT HEALTHY, MAN
Starbucks to Post Calorie Counts
Are you ready to know how fattening your coffee is?More
9. SOUTH BEACH TALENT UPDATE
Miami Heat Down Spurs in Overtime
Force Game 7.More
Kanye’s Lyrics Offend Parkinson’s Group
Say line about “bitch shaking” is “ignorant.”More
Speaking at the Brandenburg Gate, President Obama called for the reduction of the world's nuclear arms, the closure of Guantanamo Bay, and justice for those fighting for freedom around the world. 'No wall can stand against yearnings of justice, freedom and peace,' he said.