Week of November 12, 2012
Jill Kelley, who sparked the scandal, is Gilberte Khawam, a Lebanese woman.
After the Election, Reaping the Climate Change Whirlwind
Even under Obama, we'll continue to fiddle while the burns.
The “Fiscal Cliff” and THE SCANDAL
Good luck trying to knock Petraeus off of the front page.
HNN Special: Recasting Presidential History
The University of Virginia's Miller Center hosted.
A field long out of fashion is undergoing a renaissance.
It all comes down to counterintuitive choices the business classes in Europe made at the beginning of the twentieth century.
Keep in mind the future of presidential history is a fusion of political/social/cultural history.
Obama vs. Boehner: Who is the True Jeffersonian?
The metropolis of government vs. the metropoles of big business.
The Shape of Politics to Come
A permanent Democratic majority?
This Veterans Day, Beware the Dangers of Robot War
Drone technology is both overhyped and misunderstood.
Remembering the Code Talkers
The passing of Navajo code talker George Smith last month gives us pause.
A Salute to the U.S. Army
Remembering the veterans on Veterans Day.
A Spirit, Unbroken
Interview with bestselling author Laura Hillenbrand on her 2010 book.
News at Home
Reclaiming Our Coasts and Shorelines
Hurricane Sandy should inspire new ways of building and living on the seashore
Video Chat with HNN Blogger Ira Chernus
What happens now?
Another Election Year, Another Catastrophe in Florida
At least it didn't determine the outcome this year.
Beyond Bayonets and Battleships
Space warfare and the future of U.S. global power.
Israel Can Curb a Nuclear Iran
But it may require an end to its nuclear ambiguity.
Historians & History
How I "found" an unused (but not unknown) transcript of Bretton Woods.
Jacques Barzun: A Legacy of Passion
It's a cliche, but it's true: we really won't see a scholar like Barzun again.
It probably wouldn't have meant the end of the Unitd States ... but forget about Europe and Russia.
Trying to Make a Hero of Henry Wallace
Oliver Stone's recycled leftist history.
Little Orphan Annie returns to Broadway in a triumphant revival.
Review of Peter Ames Carlin's Bruce
The Boss as a Woody Guthrie-esque troubadour.
Underground media proliferated everywhere.
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