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New York Times Opinion 14m
Inequality has reached Gilded Age levels. The “information economy” job of the future has turned out to be driving an Uber, along with other poorly paid, precarious, low-value-added service jobs. What to do? asks
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"Dunleavy aggressively and disproportionately reduced social services and ripped safety nets that protected some of the most isolated and vulnerable Americans in the country," writes of
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When defending unaccompanied immigrant children and teens from deportation, the director of a project that provides pro bono lawyers says: “We’re representing plenty of boys people would cross the street to avoid, They still deserve a lawyer."
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New York Times Opinion 54m
Donald Trump has assembled an economic team uniquely ill suited to combat bad economic times. That’s a danger both to his presidency and to the nation, argues .
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New York Times Opinion 2h
"He said, let's talk next time. Let's talk next time. That was the last time we ever talked to my father." Uighurs are being detained and disappearing in China. Their children demand their release.
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Paul Krugman 2h
Replying to @paulkrugman
And here's the thing: while Democrats aren't doing that, Republicans did do it; they engaged in systematic economic sabotage during the Obama years 4/
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Harry Siegel 4h
This is excellent, and covers a lot. 1/not many
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Dr. Steven W. Thrasher 4h
In my latest for the New York Times, I wrote about the death of Eric Garner, a recent experience I had being searched by Customs and Border Protection in Arizona, and why we are right to be scared by interactions with police.
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New York Times Opinion 4h
"Native elders were telling younger generations: We have nothing to teach you; the world — and sustenance living — has changed," writes
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New York Times Opinion 4h
"I don’t know if any amount of writing, or epidemiological research, or news accounts can convince white readers that a police encounter is a dangerous, potentially family-separating or life-ending event for black and brown folks, writes
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Jerry Taylor Aug 19
Niskanen’s ⁦⁩ argues that The GOP has had less impact in the states than their electoral victories and policy initiatives might have suggested. That’s because the conservative agenda sounds good in the abstract, but not in practice.
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Fatima Goss Graves 4h
This editorial hits it. “And that’s exactly the point for this administration: to treat abortion as though it were illegal, until perhaps that wishful thinking becomes reality. “
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Amy Butcher 6h
It should come as no surprise I have some strong thoughts about what’s happening in Alaska. Thanks to . // “Harvesting Irony in Alaska”
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Chris Palmer 10h
"...we’ll need to reform the algorithms that turn YouTube into a machine for radicalization and make Facebook an accessory to ethnic cleansing. But the bigger challenge may be to create belief in a future that doesn’t seem nightmarish"
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New York Times Opinion 5h
Iceland's prime minister: "The ice field that covered the mountain in 1900 — close to six square miles — has now been replaced by a crater lake."
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New York Times Opinion 6h
The Title X program is an unsung hero of American public health. The Trump administration is trying to gut it.
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Mark Weisbrot 18h
One reason that right-wing Latin American governments who have come to power with US support, as in Argentina and Brazil, may not produce long-lasting change is that they are too incompetent to manage an economy. My oped below:
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Robert Went 8h
The world has a Germany problem. The Europeans, and the Germans in particular, treat themselves badly, with a ruinous obsession over public debt. And the costs of that obsession are spilling over to the world as a whole — Paul Krugman
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New York Times Opinion 6h
"I understand the fury of a family member who has lost a loved one to senseless violence," writes Margaret Renkl. "What I cannot understand are the people of faith who support executions as a 'moral' position."
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New York Times Opinion 6h
"I started getting texts with pictures of the outside of the apartment," said Zoë Quinn. "It became pretty clear pretty immediately that people were there, people were openly tweeting about hanging out and staking the place out and waiting for me."
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