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Driven Off a Cliff by a Bored Eighth Grader

Our homes are the next threatened target.

Bill Berkley

W. R. Berkley CEO and chairman talks about national parks, government polluters and a near-religious experience.

Killing in the Name of God

We couldn’t cope with the idea of blowing yourself up to go to a happier hereafter. We didn’t realize the desperation of these people.

Jon Tester: A “Non” in a Chamber of Partisans

Senator Tester has earned respect from both sides of the aisle because he gives it right back.

Playing Ball on Capitol Hill

As Herschel Walker came off the field, I heard the words I’ll remember for a lifetime: “Kingston—get in there for Herschel!”

Crashing the Party

As the only woman at the table, Nancy Mellard says she doesn’t speak for her gender. Want to know what women are thinking? Just ask.

A Calculated Risk-Taker Finds Peace

Not even significant wealth made Carl H. Lindner III happy. So he quit his workaholic ways, reconnected with his family and found his spiritual side.

Business as an Adventure

Argo Group’s Mark Watson avoided insurance, but it kept wooing him back.

What If I’m Wrong?

In mid-2010, Jay Fishman watched as interest rates on bonds and Treasuries, the core investments of insurers, went into free fall.

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