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Thursday, June 29, 2006

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  • On patrol in IraqCovering Iraq and Iran
    The headlines seem numbingly similar day to day: At least a dozen people were killed in Iraq Thursday, in a string of bombings and shootings. Iran still has no response to a package of incentives for ending its nuclear program. What challenges do reporters face covering Iraq and Iran?11:06 a.m.
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    Trudy Rubin: Foreign affairs columnist for the Philadelphia Inquirer. She has made many reporting trips to Iraq and Iran, and she has visited both countries in the last month.
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  • David BroderAre the boomers bad leaders?
    Speaking in St. Cloud Wednesday, David Broder, the Washington Post's national political correspondent, said that the baby boomers have proved to be bad at governing the United States. Broder says boomer politicians are too focused at re-fighting the battles of the past.12:06 p.m.
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