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Rukmini Callimachi Jun 22
1. It's been nearly a year since an American couple was stabbed to death in Tajikistan in an attack claimed by ISIS. Since then, I've gone to Tajikistan twice to piece together what happened in an investigation for that premieres Sunday:
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Green Gold Jul 14
So the school that had all the kids get into Ivy League schools is a fraud
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Caitlin Dickerson Jun 16
Constantin is back with his family - but he’s nearly two years old and still can’t talk or walk on his own. We still don’t know how many families have been separated since 2017, and separations continue today.
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The New York Times Jun 16
We found the youngest known child separated from his parents at the U.S.-Mexico border under President Trump. He was only 4 months old. Watch tonight at 10/9c on FX. Monday on Hulu.
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Mark Mazzetti Jun 30
Here's some of the backstory on Elliott Broidy's efforts to push the Saudi and UAE agenda inside the White House
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Maggie Haberman Jul 8
With Broidy in news for inaugural committee subpoena, here is episode on... The Money Behind the Most Expensive U.S. Presidential Debut - The New York Times
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The Weekly Jul 9
GM is making a big bet on two new cars: an electric car called the Bolt EV and a fully autonomous car that it says will be included in ride-sharing fleets. examines how the company’s evolution is affecting workers.
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The Weekly Jul 16
ICYMI: The inauguration is almost like a “neon-sign reminder” of the blurring lines between government service and private benefit in the Trump administration. reported on the investigation into the inauguration for .
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Sabrina Tavernise Jul 7
Trump told workers here, "Don't sell your houses," because the jobs are coming back. Workers I talked to are now conflicted about their support. “People are trying to make sense of this politically,” one worker said. “It’s like a free radical bouncing around.” .
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The New York Times Jun 23
“There’s magic out there in this great big beautiful world,” wrote Jay Austin, who, along with Lauren Geoghegan, set off on a bicycle trip around the world. But on day 369, their journey came to a violent end. tells the story:
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(((myndkrime))) Jul 14
dug himself a deeper hole
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Rukmini Callimachi Jun 23
Please join me tonight at 10 pm on FX to watch the premiere of our documentary, revealing the deep ISIS role in the killing of an American couple in Tajikistan for . I will be live tweeting information that we could not fit into the show:
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The Weekly Jul 14
ICYMI: He’s worked at the same GM plant in Lordstown, Ohio, for 25 years. It’s now closing. He worries about his future.“ Without the ability to feed my family and pay for my children or feed my children, what am I as a man?”
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Caitlin Dickerson Jun 16
While Constantin’s parents agonized over his absence, he bonded with the foster family that cared for him in Michigan — which made the second separation he experienced traumatic, too
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Sweta Vohra Jun 16
Scott Shuchart told us that staff inside the DHS civil rights office would be crying at their desks while processing complaints from families and having to look at the photos of the young children who had been separated.
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Sabrina Tavernise Jul 7
“It seems like no matter what he does or tries to do, it doesn’t work out,” one worker said of Mr. Trump. “Well, now what? What the heck do we do? Do we go back to beating our heads against the wall? Or do we try something different?”
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NYT Politics Jul 1
President Trump's inaugural committee didn't set a cap on how much individual donors could give. They took in 30 private checks for at least $1 million. asks: What were these donors expecting in return?
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Marc Lacey Jun 16
For a heartbreaking Father’s Day tale, tune into the NYT’s on FX and Hulu. The article on the US government’s separation of a father and his infant will drop tonight once the emotional TV show airs.
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Sabrina Tavernise Jul 7
The only way for GM to survive is to get rid of cars that customers don’t want to drive and build new models, its CEO, Mary Barra, tells . “It’s a business that if we aren’t profitable, we don’t have a right to exist,” she said.
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Caitlin Dickerson Jun 16
In some ways Constantin was lucky — he lived with a foster family during the 5 months while he was separated from his parents, while most children ended up in large-scale shelters.
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