The Killing of Innocents Faces a Dry-Eyed Dissection By MANOHLA DARGIS Published: May 7, 2008 Battle for Haditha
Australia Offers an Apology to Aborigines By TIM JOHNSTON Published: February 13, 2008 Prime Minister Kevin Rudd opened a new chapter in Australia’s tortured relations with its indigenous peoples with a comprehensive and moving apology for past wrongs.
Who’s Your Daddy? By MICHIKO KAKUTANI Published: February 1, 2008 Jacob Weisberg contends that George W. Bush’s relationship with his father “lies at the very core of the second Bush presidency and its spectacular, avoidable flame-out.”
For Giuliani, a Dizzying Free-Fall By MICHAEL POWELL and MICHAEL COOPER Published: January 30, 2008 As Rudolph W. Giuliani ponders his political mortality, many observers point to the hubris and strategic miscalculations that plagued his campaign. McCain Defeats Romney in Florida Vote By MICHAEL COOPER and MEGAN THEE Published: January 30, 2008 Senator John McCain […]
Bush Speech Focuses on War and Taxes By SHERYL GAY STOLBERG Published: January 29, 2008 Facing an unstable economy and an unfinished war, President Bush used his final State of the Union address to call for passage of his tax rebate package and patience in Iraq. A Defiant Look at What Little Lies Ahead By […]
The Power of Authority: A Dark Tale By ADAM LIPTAK Published: December 30, 2007 The documentary “Taxi to the Dark Side,” directed by Alex Gibney, looks into the Bush administration’s interrogation policies in the post-9/11 world.
Australia’s Path Bends Away From U.S. By RAYMOND BONNER Published: November 26, 2007 The defeat of John Howard, Australia’s prime minister, will bring changes in Australia’s foreign policy that will be felt in Washington.
Australian Premier, an Ally of Bush, Is Defeated By TIM JOHNSTON Published: November 25, 2007 Prime Minister John Howard, one of President Bush’s staunchest allies in Asia, suffered a resounding loss after 11 years in power.