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The Atlantic 7h
"So far, Trump has done something highly unusual on the GM strike: He’s mostly kept his mouth shut and avoided controversy, a choice that may reflect the tricky political stakes for him," writes :
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The Atlantic 7h
Via : In the 2018 mid-term elections, Robb Ryerse ran for Congress as a progressive Evangelical Republican.
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The Atlantic 7h
The U.S. threatened Iran after an attack against a Saudi oil field sent global energy prices soaring, showing how the tensions affect literally everyone, reports:
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The Atlantic 8h
"In an age of populists and strongmen, the Liberal Democrats are proud to embrace moderation, consensus building, and tolerance," writes.
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The Atlantic 8h
"I had been in the Arctic for two days when the bear chose not to turn on the trail and end me with a swat of his paw." explains what a close scrape with death can teach us about the nature of fear and the problem of climate change:
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The Atlantic 9h
President Trump's Monday-night rally in New Mexico hinted at what's to come in his 2020 campaign strategy for the region, Richard Parker reports:
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The Atlantic 9h
"Whatever Biden would get from Trump would be cheaper, dirtier, and nastier than anything his Democratic opponents will offer," argues Adam Serwer. "And if he can’t take that, then Democrats ... should probably look elsewhere."
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The Atlantic 9h
“There was a bit of a ‘Great Gatsby’ quality to our film”: The “Hustlers” costume designer talks to about crafting a world where luxury is both liberating and dangerous.
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The Atlantic 10h
Influencers are charging fans to be part of their inner circles, reports.
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The Atlantic 10h
"The global economic system works very well for some people, including us. It hardly works at all for millions of others." and call for a new approach to combatting inequality around the world:
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The Atlantic 11h
Elizabeth Warren's 2020 candidacy is premised on the breadth and specificity of her policy plans, writes, but her growing support among Democrats may not be:
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The Atlantic 11h
Devastated by Dorian: Photos From the Bahamas—via
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The Atlantic 12h
"Whatever Biden would get from Trump would be cheaper, dirtier, and nastier than anything his Democratic opponents will offer," argues @AdamSerwer. "And if he can’t take that, then Democrats ... should probably look elsewhere."
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The Atlantic 12h
Representative Paul Cook became the 17th House Republican to announce he would not run for reelection next year. More Republicans than Democrats are retiring so far—an ominous sign for the GOP, writes :
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The Atlantic 12h
Beyond the news it breaks, "The Education of Brett Kavanaugh" is a book-length reminder of the derision with which some sexual-misconduct allegations are still treated. writes:
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The Atlantic 13h
"We ... came to believe an utterly human narrative: that Ford and Ramirez were mistreated by Kavanaugh when he was a teenager, and that Kavanaugh over the next 35 years became a better person," write and :
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The Atlantic 13h
Corey Lewandowski came to Capitol Hill to make a mockery of the Democrats' first formal impeachment hearing. He largely succeeded, writes:
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The Atlantic 13h
An editorial in The Guardian about David Cameron "illustrates how the privilege framework, or rather its perversion, can cause people to lose sight of their shared humanity," argues :
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The Atlantic 14h
The "drip-drip-drip of young residents trickling down into red-state suburbs is helping to turn southern metros into Democratic strongholds," argues :
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The Atlantic 15h
Representative Paul Cook became the 17th House Republican to announce he would not run for reelection next year. More Republicans than Democrats are retiring so far—an ominous sign for the GOP, writes :
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