Tony Karon

Time magazine

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Senior Editor at Time magazine

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President Obama's appearance at this week's annual meeting of the UN General Assembly may set a record for brevity.

The UN General Assembly and Obama's 'Political Potholes'

President Obama's appearance at this week's annual meeting of the UN General Assembly may set a record for brevity.

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After thousands of protesters clashed with police this weekend, many Chicago businesses encouraged workers to stay home today.

Afghanistan, Eurozone Questions Linger Despite NATO, G8 Resolve

After thousands of protesters clashed with police this weekend, many Chicago businesses encouraged workers to stay home today.

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President Obama hosted back-to-back summits from Friday at Camp David until today in Chicago.

Afghanistan, Eurozone Questions Linger Despite NATO, G8 Resolve

President Obama hosted back-to-back summits from Friday at Camp David until today in Chicago.

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