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By Tom Fitton
New photos confirm the attack's coordination and its cover-up
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Topic - Anne-Marie Slaughter
With all of the talk of women lately, why has no one sounded the whistle that March is Women's History Month? During the 1960s, feminist-movement moguls such as Betty Friedan championed themselves as liberators of the poor and miserable stay-at-home mothers.
Several think tanks will hold a conference Thursday linking the Arab Spring to global warming.
A former State Department official whose widely read magazine article about balancing work and family inspired intense national debate has a book deal.
"Another piece of good news today," tweeted the expectant mom, announcing to her online followers that she and her husband are awaiting a baby boy.
I am woman, hear me whine. With apologies to Helen Reddy, whose "roar" was heard 'round the world from the top of the Billboard Hot 100 in 1972.
Ms. Slaughter writes: "Women of my generation have clung to the feminist credo we were raised with, even as our ranks have been steadily thinned by unresolvable tensions between family and career, because we are determined not to drop the flag for the next generation.
She wrote a much-circulated and much-criticized article in The Atlantic magazine, "Why Women Still Can't Have It All."