Jesse Stanchak

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

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Aug. 8 2009 7:10 AMWhat do the new employment figures really mean?
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July 19 2009 7:42 AMFinding the line on interrogation.
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May 4 2009 6:34 AMLeaning on Pakistan
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March 29 2009 9:36 AMHow many terrorist plots did we foil by water-boarding Zubaida?
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Jan. 17 2009 6:37 AMIsrael says it's ready to talk about a new cease-fire, but will Hamas listen?
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Dec. 13 2008 6:36 AMThe White House keeps hope of an auto industry bailout alive.
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Nov. 9 2008 7:27 AMWhat's Obama's priority No. 1?
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Oct. 11 2008 6:03 AMThe Dow just had its worst week ever. Will next week be any better?
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Sept. 22 2008 6:34 AMHow will Congress handle the buyout plan?
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Aug. 17 2008 7:41 AMWhen is a truce not a truce?
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Aug. 2 2008 6:35 AMIs the anthrax case solved now?
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June 21 2008 7:04 AMWhat's behind the drop in violence in Iraq?
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May 18 2008 7:21 AMCan Obama and Clinton staffers work together in the fall?
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March 23 2008 6:47 AMHow best to regulate Wall Street?
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Dec. 30 2007 6:30 AMCaucus Countdown
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July 26 2009 6:37 AMDoes the health care reform bill ask the wrong questions?
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June 14 2009 5:14 AMWhat does Iran's election mean for the United States?
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April 4 2009 6:27 AMWhy is administration helping companies avoid restrictions on bailout money?
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Feb. 15 2009 6:24 AMWhat did Timothy Geithner tell G-7 officials about his bailout plan?
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Dec. 28 2008 6:39 AMThe Israeli-Palestinian conflict has its deadliest day in decades.
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Nov. 15 2008 6:33 AMCan the economic crisis impact our national security?
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Nov. 1 2008 6:45 AMHow will the last days of the campaign season unfold?
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Oct. 4 2008 6:51 AMHow will the Treasury implement the bailout?
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Sept. 20 2008 7:11 AMThe new financial rescue plan: Buy up distressed mortgages.
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Aug. 10 2008 6:53 AMNot At All Peachy
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July 6 2008 7:17 AMAre state immigrant employment laws too hard on businesses?
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June 1 2008 7:06 AMWhat did the Democrats decide to do about Florida and Michigan?
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April 12 2008 11:28 AMHow will the White House address the next big threat to Iraqi security?
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Jan. 5 2008 7:02 AMIs surging unemployment a sign of recession?
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Dec. 29 2007 6:26 AMWho's responsible for Bhutto's death?

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