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In other news Monday, the Iraqi party loyal to radical Shiite cleric Muqtada al-Sadr called for new elections. Last week, Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki called for the arrest of the country's Sunni vice president on terrorism charges. Also, the Arab League sent monitors into Syria, even as the opposition reported new killings.
"From where I sit in Washington -- as midterm malaise sets in once again -- it's breathtaking to look back on a time when so much got done."
After months of waiting, Senate Republicans who had objected to Donald Berwick's appointment as Medicare chief got their first chance to question the new agency head Wednesday.
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Musical duo The David Wax Museum combine traditional Mexican music and instruments with bluegrass roots.
Ray Suarez reports on the North African nation of Morocco, where the country's king is attempting to stave off protests with a series of constitutional reforms.
As part of our series on economic inequality, Paul Solman investigates the health effects that inequality can have on individuals and society. To determine the hidden costs, he speaks with epidemiologists, former six-figure income earners who are chronically unemployed and poor teenagers who struggle with inequality each day.
Pakistani children in flooded town of Khairpur Nathanshah It is hard not to sympathize just a bit with Pakistani officials who, amid widespread accusations of a feeble, uncoordinated response to last summer's floods, argue that no one could have anticipated the scale of the disaster.
Our partners at GlobalPost explore the increasingly dangerous separatist movement in southern Thailand and how people are responding in a series of reports posted this week on its website.