Ann Louise Bardach

Ann Louise Bardach has written the "Interrogations" column for Slate and is the author of Without Fidel: A Death Foretold in Miami, Havana, and Washington,to be published in April, and CubaConfidential: Love and Vengeance in Miami and Havana.

Politics
Oct. 15 2008 3:40 PMThe GOP's Bill Ayers?The McCain campaign has its own questionable connections to bombers and assassins.
Politics
July 11 2005 11:59 AMSlanderThe assassination of Alberto Coll.
Interrogation
Dec. 16 2004 4:04 PMListen to the AdmiralAmerica's most experienced intelligence official on Porter Goss, Donald Rumsfeld, and William Casey's deathbed confessions.
Politics
Aug. 24 2004 3:45 PMHoodwinkedWhy is Florida's voting system so corrupt?
Interrogation
April 14 2004 7:44 PMOliver Stone's TwistIs the director's latest film soft on Castro?
Recycled
Jan. 24 2007 3:12 PME. Howard Hunt's Final ConfessionThe monstrous spymaster gloats over his crimes.
Interrogation
Feb. 25 2005 1:13 PMInterrogating Ahmet ErtegunThe Atlantic Records founder on Ray Charles, Islamic fundamentalism, and his own hipness.
Interrogation
Oct. 6 2004 8:04 AMScavenger HuntE. Howard Hunt talks about Guatemala, the Bay of Pigs, and what really happened to Che.
Politics
April 26 2004 6:32 PMKerry's Cuban ProblemHow the Democratic nominee is blowing Florida.

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