A young news photographer launched his career in the right place at the right time
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The head of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee explains why it has always frustrated Presidents—and why it doesn’t have to
Half a century after his father’s death, he struck up an extraordinary friendship with a man who had been there
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Should our leaders say they’re sorry about slavery? About Indians? About their personal behavior? Such questions are hardly new; public contrition has been a national preoccupation for centuries.