David Sessions

David Sessions is a former Slate intern. He is currently a blogger at Politics Daily.

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Dec. 11 2007 3:59 PMNativist AmericansThe New Yorker on the Republican presidential candidates' new favorite issue: illegal immigration.
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Dec. 4 2007 3:48 PMIntruder AlertThe New Yorker on how an Asian parasite has devastated America's eastern hemlock population.
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Nov. 28 2007 6:05 PMGet On the Campaign BusHow reporters book their seats.
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Nov. 20 2007 3:58 PMNewsweek's New HiresKarl Rove and Markos Moulitsas make their respective debuts in Newsweek.
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Nov. 13 2007 3:56 PMThe Other Mormon ProblemThe New Republic on how Mormons resent Mitt Romney's courting of evangelical voters.
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Nov. 6 2007 4:25 PMProfiles in MurderThe New Yorker on FBI serial-killer profilers.
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Oct. 30 2007 4:29 PMHard TimesNew York paints a sympathetic portrait of Kurt Eichenwald.
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Oct. 16 2007 4:00 PMBlackwater BluesNewsweek talks to Blackwater's founder.
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Oct. 9 2007 5:14 PMIn MemoriamIn Vanity Fair, Christopher Hitchens reflects on the death of a soldier whom he inspired to join the armed forces.
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Oct. 2 2007 4:46 PMKorean BarbecueThe New Yorker on how a New Jersey restaurateur works with North Korea.
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Sept. 25 2007 5:08 PMHermit in ChiefVanity Fair explains how Bush, like many second-term presidents, became increasingly isolated.
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Sept. 21 2007 4:44 PMJohn Paul Stevens, ConservativeThe New York Times Magazine's must-read profile on the Supreme Court justice you think you know.
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Sept. 12 2007 5:08 PMHow Hot Is Iraq?Why does everyone think it's 130 degrees?
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Sept. 7 2007 2:27 PMPower ShotThe Economist says that nuclear energy may be facing a revival. Sort of.
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Aug. 24 2007 3:03 PMDoubting TeresaTime on how Mother Teresa lost her faith. Plus, Washington Monthly sticks it to the Ivy League.
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Dec. 7 2007 5:01 PMGenius at Work?The New York Times Magazine's annual issue on the best, worst, and oddest ideas of the year.
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Nov. 30 2007 4:32 PMGreenback Goner?The Economist on what could happen if the dollar's value keeps dropping.
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Nov. 27 2007 3:53 PMGod in BulkThe New Yorker on the recent success of New England megachurches.
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Nov. 16 2007 4:22 PMPlaying in the StreetThe New York Times Magazine finds that the early episodes of Sesame Street wouldn't please today's parents.
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Nov. 9 2007 3:38 PMThe Pointless ProtestsThe Economist on why Pakistan won't be democratizing any time soon.
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Nov. 2 2007 1:01 PMNot All It's Cracked Up To BeWhy is the New York Times Magazine saying evangelical Christians are increasingly divided?
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Oct. 19 2007 3:49 PMGrave MatterNational Geographic reports on the quirks, pitfalls, and future of memory.
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Oct. 10 2007 6:37 PMPamela Anderson's Cake JobWhere do you get an artificial wedding cake?
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Oct. 5 2007 5:27 PMDown the DrainThe New York Times Magazine profiles an Iraqi intellectual whose goal in life was to topple Saddam.
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Sept. 28 2007 5:48 PMWhat's Wrong With British Cattle?Why do they get so many diseases?
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Sept. 21 2007 6:25 PMIraq Position LocatorA handy guide to what politicians, pundits, and others have said about the surge.
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Sept. 17 2007 3:35 PMGreenspan's Back!Newsweek publishes excerpts from Alan Greenspan's new book.
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Sept. 14 2007 3:46 PMWhite-House WivesTime on how presidential candidates' spouses are changing the game.
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Aug. 31 2007 2:27 PMGoogly EyesThe Economist asks whether Google's future business models will favor consumers or advertisers.
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Aug. 13 2007 5:59 PMRove's Glory DaysSlate's take on the master of spin.

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