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Sunday, September 19, 2021

The battle over ANWAR

Opening the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge to oil and gas exploration is one of Washington’s longest-running political battles, going back at least to 1987.

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Incivility breeds threats to democracy

In 1982, noted criminologists James Q. Wilson and George Kelling developed the “broken windows” theory of crime. The premise was that when a broken window in a building is left unrepaired, the rest of the windows are soon broken by vandals.

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Bracing for high energy costs

It’s not every day you find a Cabinet secretary wedged between a storm-window display and stack of space heaters at a local home-improvement store _ unless it’s Energy Secretary Samuel Bodman.

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Avoiding detection at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue

Wary White House aides, under constant scrutiny from a paranoid Bush administration hell bent on stopping leaks, have turned to a technique used by drug dealers and criminals to avoid detection – prepaid, disposable cell phones.

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