Feature

Poll watch

(1) What percentage of Americans doubt that Osama bin Laden will ever be caught? What was the percentage in 2001? (2) Should the Bush tax cuts be allowed to expire?

Nine years after 9/11, 67% of Americans say it is unlikely the U.S. government will ever catch Osama bin Laden. In 2001, only 20% doubted he’d be caught. CNN/Opinion Research

Americans are divided about what to do with the expiring Bush tax cuts. 29% say the cuts for all income groups should be extended, 29% say the tax cuts for the wealthy should be allowed to expire, and 28% say all the cuts should be allowed to expire. Pew Research Center

Recommended

U.S. reportedly mulling Ukraine evacuation for diplomats' families
Kyiv, Ukraine.
make like a tree

U.S. reportedly mulling Ukraine evacuation for diplomats' families

Plane carrying aid can't land in Tonga after COVID case reported on board
Aid from Australia that will help people in Tonga.
change of plans

Plane carrying aid can't land in Tonga after COVID case reported on board

The credulous response to Havana syndrome
The US Embassy in Havana.
Picture of Ryan CooperRyan Cooper

The credulous response to Havana syndrome

Zelensky disputes Biden's 'minor incursions' comment
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky.
in reply

Zelensky disputes Biden's 'minor incursions' comment

Most Popular

Florida advances ban on making white people feel 'discomfort' over past racism
Ron DeSantis
Fragility

Florida advances ban on making white people feel 'discomfort' over past racism

California deputy DA opposed to vaccine mandates dies of COVID-19
Kelly Ernby.
covid-19

California deputy DA opposed to vaccine mandates dies of COVID-19

Ukraine, Russia, and the problem of the Cold War lens
Vladimir Putin.
Picture of W. James Antle IIIW. James Antle III

Ukraine, Russia, and the problem of the Cold War lens