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Global Dispatch: Poland – Salt Mine Cathedral
The day began with a painfully early descent into the dark catacombs of Warsaw's central train station.
October 24, 2011
Global Dispatches: Poland—Election Day Shakeups
At a few minutes after 9 p.m. Sunday night Poland's official Election Day information blackout ended and Polish ...
October 9, 2011
Global Dispatches: Poland—Tragic Self-Immolation Shakes Up Election Campaign
On Friday, a 50-year-old former employee of Poland's Central Bureau of Investigation taped a letter addressed to the ...
September 28, 2011
Global Dispatches: Poland—Disremembered on the Ropes, Polish Boxing Hopes
Polish hip-hop band Funky Polak's tune “Remember” was national hero Tomasz Adamek's choice for his grand entrance into ...
September 12, 2011
Global Dispatches: Poland—The Wiki-Mergence of Secret CIA Prisons in Poland
A twisted yarn this week involving Wikileaks, the CIA, and the apparent suicide of a controversial Polish politician.
September 5, 2011
Poland: Railing at Rail
Ah, the train. The old iron horse, the behemoth steel steed. It conjures up romantic images of tradition, ...
August 21, 2011
Global Dispatches: Poland—Poles at the Battle of Vienna
Everything has its price. I'm vacationing in languid Austria, enraptured by mountainous wonders and cultural opulence.
July 27, 2011
Global Dispatches: Poland—Totems and Poles
A look at the fascinating world of Canadian Pacific Coast First Nations totem poles.
July 10, 2011
‘Poles and Hungarians Brothers Beâ€¦’
Poles and Hungarians brothers be, united in combat and united in festivity. Poles and Hungarians brothers be, united ...
June 26, 2011
Global Dispatches—Chinese Labor (Not) Building Polish Highways
The apartment building being erected next to mine, here in Warsaw, is being built almost entirely by Chinese ...
June 13, 2011
Global Dispatches: Obama in Poland—Last But Not Least
If words are anything to go by, love was in the air of the diplomatic world of international ...
May 30, 2011
Global Dispatches: Poland—The Place to Be in a Financial Crisis
WARSAW, Poland—As many of the world's economies are buttressing themselves with signs of solid recovery from the global ...
May 15, 2011
Global Dispatches: Poland — May 3 Constitution Day
Good things come in three's they say, and leaping into the third day of the month of May ...
May 2, 2011
Global Dispatches: Poland—Commemoration and Conflict
WARSAW, Poland—Journalism thrives on contrast and so do I, and certainly there's been no shortage of conflict in ...
April 19, 2011
Global Dispatches: Communism Gone, Potholes Remain
Since I like happy endings I'm going to reverse the chronology for this one.
April 3, 2011
Global Dispatches: Poland — Cutting Class and Burning Effigies
Vernal equinox and the first day of spring. Big deal. She probably sensed my eyebrows knotting with puzzledom ...
March 22, 2011
Global Dispatches: Poland — ‘Black Thursday’
The film tells the true story of atrocities committed by communist government forces in the context of peaceful ...
March 8, 2011
Global Dispatches: Poland — Transition Cinema
The film "Psy" follows a group of communist-era state security agents as they try to find a place ...
February 22, 2011
Global Dispatches: Poland — A Vicarious Revolution
The film is based on real-life events surrounding the emergence of the Solidarity labor union movement.
February 7, 2011
Global Dispatches: Poland — The Politics of Truth
The handling of the Smolensk air crash investigation sparks a hyper-politicized crescendo of partisan battle cries.
January 25, 2011
Global Dispatches: Poland—The Great Orchestra of Christmas Charity
The Great Orchestra of Christmas Charity has become a nationwide sensation since its humble beginnings 19 years ago.
January 9, 2011
Global Dispatches: Poland—The Marvel (and Mayhem) of a Popular Polish Christmas Dish
It's not often that specific dishes, referred to by name, make it into the verses of epic poems.
December 27, 2010
Global Dispatches: Poland — The East-West Divide
Warsaw's east side might not have been renovated since WW II but it still has character—and a world-class ...
December 14, 2010
Global Dispatches: Poland—Frosty Ghosts of the Past
All the heavyweights in the Polish public sphere seemed to have something to say about it.
November 29, 2010
Global Dispatches: Poland—Independence Day
Sit at the controls of a tank and see the world from the perspective of a World War ...
November 14, 2010
Protest in Polish Parliament Against Senior Chinese Official Accused of Genocide
Various media were on hand to witness the incident, including radio and television crews, who caught it on ...
November 5, 2010
Global Dispatches: Poland—The Legends of Krakow
An account of being chaperoned around Krakow by an eccentric art historian-guide.
November 1, 2010
Federal Judge Blocks Mississippi ‘Heartbeat’ Abortion Ban, Governor Responds
Mississippi Governor Signs Bill That Bans Abortions After Unborn Baby’s Heartbeat Detected
Children in Social Services System Most at Risk of Being Sex Trafficked
Coalition Seeks to Expose Communist Infiltration of Democratic Party
Christopher C. Hull
Trump Authorizes AG Barr to Declassify 2016 Presidential Campaign Surveillance Documents
Mimi Nguyen Ly
Jayme Closs’ Kidnapper Gets 2 Life Sentences for Murders and 25 Years for Abduction
Wire Service Content
Trump Appeals Ruling That Upheld Subpoenas for His Bank Records
Couple’s Enduring Love Marred by Years of Imprisonment and Torture
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Video Shows Top Democrat Jerrold Nadler Nearly Faint at Press Conference
More Troops Will Be Sent to the Middle East, Says Trump