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  • Michael McFaul — an eye on Russia

     Michael McFaul — an eye on Russia
    Michael McFaul was a scholar from Montana when he made his first trip to the West's Cold War enemy, the Soviet Union. Thirty years later, he was President Obama's chief Russia expert, then the United States ambassador in Moscow. He left the ambassadorship last month, after two years in the job, to return to teaching at Stanford University, his alma mater. In 1994, after a neo-fascist Russian figure denounced him, someone shot a bullet through his Palo Alto office window. Now the architect of Obama's 2009 "reset" watches from a virtual window as Russia is once again on the outs with the West.
  • Where are the positive stories about Obamacare?

    Where are the positive stories about Obamacare?
    If there were fairness in this world, Rita Rizzo would be a media star. Rizzo, 60, owns a management consulting firm for nonprofit groups and government offices in Akron, Ohio, with her husband, Lou Vincent, 64. Vincent, who suffers from Type 2 diabetes...

    A trip to parallel worlds of red and blue

    A trip to parallel worlds of red and blue
    California is, of course, a solid blue state. But it's got plenty of red patches, as we know, sometimes in close proximity to blue. On election day, I drove from one color to another, and the contrasts were so striking, I felt like an interplanetary...

    Joe's Joe: Joe Coulombe

    Joe's Joe: Joe Coulombe
    I was traveling to Washington early in the George W. Bush administration and asked a friend who was working in the White House whether I could bring her something from L.A. Was there anything she really, really missed? Yes, she said: Trader Joe's Mt....

    Assessing fortune's favor, via an online quiz

    Assessing fortune's favor, via an online quiz
    Buzzfeed, the esteemed research institution that brought us such self-tests as "Which Muppet Are You?" and "How in Love With Cheese Are You?," posted a new one last week that has proved especially popular: "How Privileged Are You?" With 100 true-or-...