Despite being one of the last communist nations, Cuba has had to adapt its socialized structure to weather a decade of economic storms. Continue reading →
David Trimble, the head of Northern Ireland’s coalition government, resigned Sunday, saying the Irish Republican Army had backed out on a pledge to disarm. Continue reading →
A recent spate of violence threatens to derail a U.S.-brokered cease-fire in the Middle East. Continue reading →
The Senate adopted new patients’ rights legislation late Friday night. Four policy experts assess whether the proposal will improve health care in America. Continue reading →
Yugoslavia’s prime minister resigned Friday to protest the handover of former president Slobodan Milosevic to the U.N. war crimes tribunal. Continue reading →
Following a report by Kwame Holman, Shields and Gigot discuss the Senate debate over a patients’ bill of rights in addition to the president’s foreign policy and the 2002 elections. Continue reading →
Mark Shields and Paul Gigot reflect on the political implications of Vice President Cheney’s heart troubles. Continue reading →
A federal appeals court cited the behavior of the presiding judge as a key factor in reversing the penalty imposed on the software giant for alleged violations of antitrust law. Continue reading →
Yugoslav officials sent former President Slobodan Milosevic to the international war crimes tribunal in The Hague, where he has been indicted in the slaughter of ethnic Albanians in Kosovo. Continue reading →
Marcia Coyle of the National Law Journal discusses the Supreme Court decisions on tobacco advertising, immigration and property rights. Continue reading →
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