Eric Umansky

Eric Umansky, previously the "Today's Papers" columnist for Slate, is currently a Gordon Grey Fellow at Columbia University's School of Journalism.

Today's Papers
June 29 2006 3:22 AMIsrael moves against Hamas leaders.
Today's Papers
June 27 2006 3:18 AMSCOTUS rejects Vermont's campaign-finance law.
Today's Papers
June 21 2006 3:19 AMWhat happened to the missing GIs.
Today's Papers
June 19 2006 3:34 AMIs a North Korean missile fueled and ready to go?
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June 15 2006 3:30 AMBush watches movie, protects ocean.
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June 13 2006 3:17 AMThe Palestinian territories continue to unravel.
Today's Papers
June 9 2006 4:15 AMUnderstanding Zarqawi's demise.
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June 7 2006 4:03 AMEurope and the U.S. Lay Out Their Offer to Iran
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June 2 2006 6:13 AMIraq's prime minister responds to Haditha.
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May 31 2006 3:18 AMThe president picks an independent-minded Treasury secretary.
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May 26 2006 3:30 AMA jury sticks it to Lay and Skilling.
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May 24 2006 3:16 AMTehran wants to negotiate. Washington doesn't.
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May 19 2006 3:19 AMHayden cruises through his hearings.
Today's Papers
May 17 2006 3:20 AMThe GOP heads for a collision on immigration.
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May 12 2006 4:05 AMThe snooping scandal, Part II.
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June 28 2006 3:23 AMIsrael moves into Gaza.
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June 22 2006 3:29 AMThe chaos continues.
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June 20 2006 3:13 AMSCOTUS splits and disses the Clean Water Act.
Today's Papers
June 16 2006 3:32 AMSCOTUS: no knock necessary.
Today's Papers
June 14 2006 3:15 AMThe president's surprise swing-by.
Jurisprudence
June 12 2006 10:56 AMJAGged JusticeThe Army needs an independent prosecutor.
Today's Papers
June 8 2006 3:29 AMWord that Zarqawi is killed.
Today's Papers
June 6 2006 3:21 AMThe Supremes take a race case.
Today's Papers
June 1 2006 3:27 AMU.S. to Iran: deal or no deal?
Today's Papers
May 30 2006 3:17 AMKabul erupts.
Today's Papers
May 25 2006 3:29 AMThe Senate closes in on an immigration bill.
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May 23 2006 3:21 AMVets' personal data snatched.
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May 18 2006 3:23 AMBush ponders a deal with North Korea.
Today's Papers
May 16 2006 3:26 AMBush tries to bolster his base with troops.
Today's Papers
May 11 2006 3:35 AMThe NSA is tracking domestic calls.

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