Jesse Stanchak

Jesse Stanchak is a writer living in Washington, D.C.

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Dec. 16 2007 7:02 AMWho came out on top in the Bali climate change agreements?
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Sept. 22 2007 6:57 AMWhy is the government keeping track of books brought onto airplanes?
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Aug. 26 2007 7:00 AMHow long will the housing bust last?
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Aug. 18 2007 6:44 AMWill the Fed's move be enough to rescue Wall Street?
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July 1 2007 6:06 AMWill four arrests put an end to the current round of U.K. terror plots?
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May 27 2007 6:03 AMWhat would happen if the U.S. pulled out of Iraq?
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April 22 2007 5:48 AMSo, is the surge working or not?
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April 14 2007 6:35 AMWhat do the Justice Department e-mails really say about the U.S. attorney ousters?
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April 2 2007 6:25 AMWhat does the new al-Qaida leadership look like?
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March 25 2007 7:49 AMIran Sanctions: Part 3Will the UN pressure Iran into abandoning its nuclear ambition?
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Feb. 18 2007 6:47 AMDoes a second failed vote kill the Democrats' opposition to Bush's surge plan?
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Dec. 3 2006 6:51 AMWhat does Rumseld's memo mean, now that he's out of the way?
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Oct. 16 2006 5:13 AMThe GOP refocuses on safer races.
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Sept. 24 2006 5:59 AMThe New NIE shows the Iraq invasion hurting the fight against terrorism.
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Aug. 27 2006 6:01 AMEverybody Does "Katrina: One Year Later."
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Nov. 11 2007 6:52 AMWhat is Benazir Bhutto after?
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Sept. 13 2007 6:08 AMDoes going back to pre-surge levels count as a drawdown?
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Aug. 26 2007 6:43 AMDecline and Fall of the Housing MarketHow long will the housing bust last?
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July 8 2007 6:06 AMWhat does success in Iraq mean this week?
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June 17 2007 7:23 AMForeign Drug Abuse
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April 30 2007 6:02 AMWhat will the September report mean for the war in Iraq?
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April 15 2007 6:39 AMNuclear Reactors
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April 3 2007 6:31 AMDoes the Supreme Court ruling mean the EPA will start regulating car emissions?
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April 1 2007 7:25 AMThe Warming GapWhere will global warming leave the rest of the world?
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March 3 2007 6:43 AMWhere does the buck stop with Walter Reed?
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Jan. 21 2007 6:36 AMWhat does Hillary's announcement mean for the Dem primary picture?
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Nov. 18 2006 5:52 AMThe FDA lifts its hold on silicone breast implants.
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Oct. 9 2006 6:19 AMHow will the world cope with a Nuclear North Korea?
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Sept. 10 2006 6:48 AMWhat will it take to win the war on terrorism?
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Aug. 20 2006 5:00 AMDoes Israel's attack spoil the cease-fire?

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