Joshua Kucera

Joshua Kucera is a freelance writer based in Washington, D.C.

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Jan. 23 2007 4:22 AMBush's popularity at all-time low as he gives SOTU.
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Dec. 9 2006 4:27 AMHouse exonerates itself in Foley investigation.
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Oct. 18 2006 4:26 AMThe Bush administration adopts new space policy, signs new detainee law.
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Oct. 13 2006 7:45 AMWarner drops presidential bid; compromise reached on North Korea
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Sept. 11 2006 5:27 AMThe newspapers tackle Sept. 11, yet again
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Aug. 24 2006 6:13 AMScientists try a less controversial stem-cell method.
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Aug. 22 2006 6:33 AMBritain Charges the Plane Bombing Suspects
July 28 2006 6:42 AMElection Season in the CongoCampaigning in a war zone.
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July 17 2006 6:29 AMHezbollah uses a new missile in the escalating conflict.
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June 12 2006 6:07 AMStates take charge in health care for poor.
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May 8 2006 5:29 AMThe GOP lines up against the White House's CIA pick.
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April 17 2006 12:36 PMIs Iran closer to nukes than we thought?
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March 6 2006 5:55 AMBell Family Reunion
Oct. 4 2004 7:52 AMTo Pakistan, With ThanksThe weapons we're sending to Islamabad are targeted against India, not the Taliban.
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Dec. 30 2006 4:58 AMSaddam Hussein is executed.
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Nov. 11 2006 4:20 AMThe Democrats and the Pentagon take a new look at Iraq
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Oct. 17 2006 4:29 AMSectarian violence racks Iraq; Bush reassures Maliki.
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Sept. 25 2006 6:26 AMThe Army says it needs more money or less to do.
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Aug. 25 2006 6:14 AMChirac agrees to send troops to Lebanon
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Aug. 23 2006 2:49 PMThe Marines Look for a Few Good, Retired Men
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Aug. 14 2006 6:13 AMThe Cease-Fire Takes Effect
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July 24 2006 6:30 AMRice to Middle East for talks with Israelis.
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June 18 2006 6:30 AMThe United States steps up air war in Afghanistan.
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May 27 2006 6:03 AMGonzales hinted resigning over raid flap.
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April 28 2006 5:44 AMCongress takes on high gas prices
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April 13 2006 5:32 AMThree feet higher: The plan to rebuild New Orleans.
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Jan. 30 2006 5:19 AMDisorder in the Court


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Or, why it is very, very stupid to compare Hope Solo to Ray Rice.

Building a Better Workplace

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  News & Politics
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Sept. 23 2014 1:57 PM Would a Second Sarkozy Presidency End Marriage Equality in France?
  Double X
The XX Factor
Sept. 23 2014 2:32 PM Politico Asks: Why Is Gabby Giffords So “Ruthless” on Gun Control?
  Slate Plus
Political Gabfest
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Brow Beat
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Future Tense
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  Health & Science
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Sports Nut
Sept. 23 2014 7:27 PM You’re Fired, Roger Goodell If the commissioner gets the ax, the NFL would still need a better justice system. What would that look like?