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Reporter’s Notebook: Putin’s Russia-Ukraine aggression built partly on fear, military analysts say

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According to Andrei Soldatov, a security services expert, not only don't we know.  Many of the people sent out to negotiate on behalf of Putin are in the dark too. "They absolutely they have no idea what is going on,...

Reporter’s Notebook: Return to Redwood City — The Resentencing of Scott Peterson

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The sound, coming from members of the public who cheered louder than you’ve ever heard at a sporting event as the guilty verdicts were read in the Scott Peterson double-murder trial in 2004.  One reason that moment s...

Reporter’s Notebook: State of the Union 2022, the Super Bowl of politics

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The annual State of the Union address is about the president. He’s the one "on the field." The president is "in the game." In a normal, non-pandemic time, the House chamber is packed with lawmakers, aides, media, the...

Reporter’s Notebook: The passing of a prince

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Partly due to COVID-19 restrictions but also due to the royal’s own wishes, it was a relatively simple affair, scaled back and straightforward. But with all the elegant and meaningful detail, it also summed up the ma...

Reporter’s notebook: Ukrainians stand up to Russians

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"Everybody is joining," Sviat told me, "we are all taking up arms." In fact the resistance of the Ukrainians to a better-equipped Russian army has been impressive. NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg had this to ...

Reporter’s Notebook: US Capitol has its share of ghosts

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You've heard of "Tales from the Crypt." But how about tales from the Congressional crypt? Some politicians naturally have skeletons in their closets. But some real skeletons haunt Capitol Hill. Congressional Cemeter...

Reporter’s Notebook: Why 2022 midterms could mirror 2010 bloodbath for Democrats

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Obama and his party muscled through Obamacare 12 years ago. The House also approved a controversial climate policy bill. And as a result, the commander in chief mostly sat on the sidelines for House candidates in tha...

Reporter’s Notebook: Why Biden’s meeting with Pope Francis stands apart

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But President Biden's Friday visit to the Holy Father stands out from most others.  When two top Catholics get together and one of them supports a woman's right to abortion, there are obvious grounds for disagreement...

Some in Washington determined to never let a crisis go to waste: Reporter’s Notebook

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But politics are politics. And, as cynical as it sounds, that means you should never let a crisis go to waste. Hurricane Ida spun through the Gulf Coast. Slashed up the South. The post-tropical depression then pelte...

Turns out I’m not alone in hating ‘The Notebook’

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Sara Stewart is a film and culture writer who lives in western Pennsylvania. The views expressed here are solely hers. View more opinion articles on CNN. Recently, I wrote a piece about how classic movies we once lo...

Volodymyr Zelenskyy, ‘the Churchill of our time’: Reporter’s Notebook

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And he’s using it. "He has understood the power of communications," said Senate Foreign Relations Committee Chairman Bob Menendez, D-N.J. "It is an additional tool in his arsenal as he tries to fight off Russia." Po...

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