Articles by John Tierney



Bush to Have Solemn Swearing-In

  • 18 January 05
  • NEW YORK TIMES SERVICE
Inaugurations are always balancing acts: part coronation, part celebration of democracy, part touchdown dance in the end zone. But they become even trickier during times of war, particularly when television images of dancers in black ties can be instantly juxtaposed with soldiers in body armor.

Recent Attacks in Iraq Suggest a Change in Tactics

  • 19 August 03
  • NEW YORK TIMES SERVICE
In a turbulent 12-hour stretch, a pipeline supplying much of Baghdad's water was blown up this weekend, a huge new fire was set off along an oil pipeline, and a mortar attack on a prison left six Iraqis dead and 59 wounded.

EUROFILE: VIEW FROM AMERICA: 'Alpha Males' Are Clinton's Biggest Fans