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The U.S. policy toward Russia isn't working

In his Nov.17 op-ed column, Rationalizing Putin , Fred Hiatt aptly captured a persistent foreign policy failure of the Obama administration: an unwillingness to accept that Russian President Vladimir Putin sees the United States as his country's ... Washington Post, 13 hours ago

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Fred Hiatt: US keeps rationalizing Putin

People wait in a bomb shelter from shelling of pro-Russian militants on November 23, 2014 in eastern Ukrainian city of Debalcevo controlled by Ukrainian forces.² Russia on Saturday accused the West of seeking regime change in Moscow, raising ...
 KPNews.com3 days ago Hiatt: As Putin keeps advancing, the U.S. keeps rationalizing  Washington Post1 week ago As Putin keeps advancing, the US keeps rationalising  Qatar Peninsula1 week ago

College tuition more than pays for itself

Fred Hiatt claimed in his Nov.3 op-ed column that in-state college tuition is a subsidy to the rich . But since Maryland, like many states, sets its income tax so that higher-income residents already pay a larger percentage of their income to the ...
 Washington Post2 weeks ago Affluence, College & Opportunity  National Catholic Reporter3 weeks ago Hiatt: In-state college tuition: A handout to the rich  Washington Post3 weeks ago
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CBS Entertainment News: Fred Savage on "Wonder Years" famous first kiss

Fred Savage attends the 10th Annual CineYouth Festival at Columbia College Chicago on May 8, 2014, in Chicago. Timothy Hiatt/ It's been two decades since they "got by with a little help" from their friends, but the stars of The Wonder Years ...
 CBS News1 month ago

The unforgiving land of gotcha

00:00 By Fred Hiatt - The Washington Post WITH a new week, and the possibility of additional Ebola patients, Americans — or at least American politicians — have an urgent need: someone to blame. After all, while more than 4,000 Africans ...
 Marianas Variety4 weeks ago Hiatt: America: Now the unforgiving land of gotcha  Washington Post1 month ago America has become the unforgiving land of gotcha  Miami Herald1 month ago Americans want someone to blame for Ebola  Chicago Tribune1 month ago
The Wrap

Washington Post Finds 5 Fareed Zakaria Columns Problematic

Editorial page editor Fred Hiatt admits several of Zakaria's columns have attribution issues, will likely attach messages to each Fareed Zakaria's past commentary for various publications continues to raise eyebrows with the latest issue coming ...
 The Wrap2 weeks ago Opinion: Racist sports mascots preserve 'imaginary' Indians  Indianz2 months ago Issuses with Zakaria's WaPo Columns Problematic  Media Bistro2 weeks ago 5 Zakaria articles are problematic, Washington Post says  Poynter Institute2 weeks ago

Hiatt: Obama's false victory over the deficit

By , Afunny thing happened on the way to entitlement explosion, senior White House adviser John Podesta tweeted last week , appending a chart that showed the federal deficit shrinking and the rate of health cost growth slowing. Podesta ...
 Washington Post1 month ago Obama's deficit victory a loss for country  Stars and Stripes1 month ago

Hiatt: Moving beyond the imaginary Indians perception

By , Kevin Gover first objected to the name of Washington's professional football team in 1973 in a letter to then-owner Edward Bennett Williams. Williams never acknowledged the letter, Gover recalled recently, admitting that his ...
 Washington Post2 months ago

Editorial: In campaign against truth, Mr. Putin wields fear and economic force

By , PRESIDENT VLADI­MIR Putin has reestablished dictatorship in Russia with a veneer of legality. The veneer doesn't fool anyone who pays attention, nor is it really intended to do so; Mr.Putin prefers to rule through fear. But the pretense ...
 Washington Post11 hours ago Editorial: Prove to Mr. Putin that he is not invincible  Washington Post1 day ago

Editorial: The Security Council should make North Korea answer for its crimes

By , WHEN THE final days come around for the ruling family dynasty in North Korea — and it is not unreasonable to expect that such an isolated and paranoid regime, presiding over a desperate populace, will eventually collapse — a major task ...
 Washington Post6 days ago Editorial: Keep pushing North Korea to address its human rights abuses  Washington Post2 weeks ago Editorial: Human rights violations of North Korea's detention camps call out for action  Washington Post1 month ago
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