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Comic: Border

Some 'crabby' locals resent Border Patrol presence

Over the past four years, the U.S. Border Patrol has grown by two-thirds, from 12,000 to 20,000 agents. Some rural border residents resent the intrusion into their lives.... Read more»

Comic: Religion

'President and Mrs. Obama have the honor...'

Chelsea Clinton was married Saturday to long-time boyfriend Marc Mezvinsky in a Christian-Jewish ceremony. Imagine if his name had been Malik Mezhin.... Read more»

Comic: Immigration

Arizona Mandela

Emotions are running high over the question of how, or whether, Arizona should defend itself against illegal immigration. Heroes, however, are thin on the ground.... Read more»

Comic: Madiba

Nelson Mandela's heroic flaw

He’s an indisputably great man, a hero to millions. But even great men have flaws.... Read more»

Comic: Immigration

This land is your land, this land is my land

There are two sides to every issue. Or are there three?... Read more»

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From Phoenix With Love

Bye-bye, Buz. Do svidanya, Dean-o.... Read more»

Comic: Politics

Defender-in-Chief Brewer gets McCain endorsement

Who is John McCain, really? Is he left-wing? Right-wing? A maverick? Not a maverick? The news media exists so that you can know his latest positions.... Read more»2

Comic: World Cup

Larry King Live Exclusive: Octopus Paul

Yes, Spain lifted the World Cup today for the first time, but most soccer fans would agree that the real winner after a month of soccer was a German-based octopus named Paul.... Read more»

Comic: Politics

Senatorial (candidate) spin

U.S. Senate candidate Rodney Glassman is a superb fundraiser. He’s an even better check-writer.... Read more»

Comic: World Cup

Paul's prognostications prove perfect

Paul the Octopus had picked the winner of each of Germany’s World Cup matches. But a German loss to Spain in the semifinals? Come on ...... Read more»

Comic: Somalia

"... proceeding on foot."

Since the events of October 3-4, 1993, things in the Somali capital of Mogadishu have been… pretty much the same. In case you were wondering.... Read more»

Comic: Tour de France

Acid Tour

Another year, another Tour de Pharmacologie, er, Tour de France.... Read more»2

Comic: World Cup

Los pensamientos profundos de Luiz Suarez

With the clock running out in extra time against Ghana and the ball pinballing around the penalty area, Uruguayan striker Luiz Suarez found himself in a difficult position.... Read more»

Comic: World Cup

Mirror, mirror, on the wall...

Cristiano Ronaldo is without question a smooth soccer player and a well-loved global superstar. But does anyone love him as much as he loves himself?... Read more»

Comic: Immigration

Cops figure out solution to SB 1070 racial profiling problem

Concerns that Arizona police will rely on racial profiling to enforce SB 1070 have been laid to rest thanks to a new strategy developed by a group of Arizona police chiefs.... Read more»

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