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Martin Schneider writes:

It's about time we added to that Britney Spears keyword up there. Click it, you'll see she's come up before.

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James Surowiecki overhears someone wishing they'd bought Citigroup.

Steve Coll considers Clay Shirky's take on the collapse of newspapers.

Elizabeth Kolbert on who's donating to climate-change deniers.

Evan Osnos marvels at which American movies make it to China.

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Hendrik Hertzberg on why Paul Krugman is right about Europe's economy.

The Front Row: Almodóvar's latest, "Nightmare Alley."

George Packer recommends a photography exhibit of the war in Congo.

Sasha Frere-Jones sees Britney Spears and feels like he's at a theme restaurant.

The Book Bench: Millard Kaufman, collecting trees, Paul Muldoon to music.

The Cartoon Lounge: Dispatches from SXSW.

Goings On: The N.C.A.A. Men's Basketball tournament, a John Lennon biopic.

Ask the Author: Submit a question to Keith Gessen about the Politkovskaya murder trial.

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