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Jeffrey Goldberg
Editor in Chief, The Atlantic
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The Atlantic 3h
It’s not really about the clothes. It’s never, really, about the clothes. on how Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s plain black jacket became a controversy:
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Shadi Hamid 7h
Well, this is big 👇🏽 CIA concludes Saudi crown prince ordered Jamal Khashoggi’s assassination
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The Atlantic 7h
Suspicious companies are offering internet stars huge sums of money, then stealing their accounts, reports
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Vernon Loeb 9h
Wait, what? Donald Trump has awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom to Elvis and Babe Ruth? David Graham argues in that this does nothing to enhance their reputations, and it only makes the award seem tacky. :
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Ross Andersen 16h
Read and 's fascinating—and convincing—argument that we're starting to see diminishing returns from scientific research.
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Yoni Appelbaum 18h
"It matters how activists oppose a government. The approaches they embrace in opposition to power deeply shape how they exercise it themselves. And the protesters harassing prominent conservatives during their private lives have crossed a dangerous line.”
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Maggie Haberman 9h
Ruddy, CEO of Newsmax and a Trump ally, supported CNN suit. One America Network, which Trump contemplated trying to turn into Trump TV when he thought he would lose in 2016, supported the government.
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Annie Lowrey 13h
For the December issue, I interviewed Peter Navarro, who does for Trump’s trade policy roughly what Stephen Miller does for Trump’s immigration policy: holds the hard, hard line, particularly on China.
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Taylor Lorenz 15h
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Sam Harris 13h
"Protests like these, that target people’s private lives ... threaten the very norms of human decency that Trump and his supporters have done so much to erode," argues :
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Alex Wagner 14h
Fascinating ⁦⁩ analysis of the price the GOP paid — across the country — by lashing itself to Trump. Speaker Paul Ryan is the architect of the greatest GOP House losses since Watergate:
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Peter Baker 14h
“We know where you sleep at night,” they chanted outside Tucker Carlson’s home. says liberal protests targeting private lives "threaten the very norms of human decency that Trump and his supporters have done so much to erode.”
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Greg Sargent 17h
"Paul Ryan leaves Washington as the architect of the GOP’s biggest loss of House seats in any election since Watergate." Good look at the price the GOP paid for the party's embrace of Trump:
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Amanda Mull 17h
You might’ve noticed glasses that promise to filter blue light and protect your vision popping up all over the place, and especially on Instagram. For , I looked into the science behind them and found little to prove their claims.
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Julie Beck 16h
“She loves music…She is a quick learner. She can be messy but will keep her room clean if there are rules.” <—this is an ad for an adopted child whose parents decided they couldn’t keep her. reports on these “second chance adoptions"
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The Atlantic 16h
There are lots of ideas about how to fight climate change in the U.S. Almost all of them were discredited by the 2018 midterms, writes.
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Prashant Rao 19h
President Trump encouraged Britain to leave the EU, but he has abdicated any responsibility to help, writes
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The Atlantic 20h
When the mythology of the railroads collapsed, it helped spawn a new political ideology in progressivism. As tech falls from grace, might that be a model for today? asks .
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Ross Andersen Nov 15
You know how overuse of antibiotics led to superbugs? Overuse of antifungal compunds is now leading to deadly superfungi, some of which are hiding in plain sight, in our loveliest flower gardens. Read all about it in this stunning feature by :
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Adrienne LaFrance Nov 15
"I found myself with this hot potato. So I talked to some friends of mine that had been along for the ride, Ann Coulter being one of them. She said, 'Why don’t you call Drudge?' ... Drudge broke it within the hour."
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