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Global Warming

President Bush heads to the G-8 summit after proposing a new international climate change framework and China announces its own national policy. A look at where world leaders might find common ground and the politics of global warming in...

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Tony Lagouranis: “Fear Up Harsh” (NAL Caliber)

A U.S. military interrogator offers a first hand account of his experience in Iraq, the brutal methods he and others routinely employed, and why he came to believe U.S interrogation tactics fail both morally and strategically.

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