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Tuesday, September 16, 2014

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The number of foreign correspondents has plummeted in the past 10 years, and most overseas news bureaus have either shrunk or shuttered their offices. more
I have begun to worry about malaria, and I’m taking malaria prophylaxis, even though I’m not about to leave for a safari or the wilds of Myanmar anytime soon. more
Walking my dog around the block last evening, I observed more wildlife and heard more bird songs than I encountered on a recent trip out West. more
It’s summertime and the living should be easy, but we are being tossed by a tsunami of big-time bad news. more
News coverage of the month-long battle between Israel and Hamas has triggered strong reaction among readers of some daily newspapers, particularly The New York Times. more
As I walk around my neighborhood these summer-sweet days, I see a growing phenomenon: houses that have stood for decades, some for 50 years or more, are being torn down by new owners. more
If there’s one thing we’re good at in America, it’s killing people. more
And what is this greatest “achievement”? Neil Armstrong walking on the moon? Jonas Salk discovering the vaccine for polio? more
I’m not ashamed to say that the wild boys were my friends. more
Because I don’t live near my children, when I visit, I stay with them, for anywhere from a few days to a week. more
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