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Michael M. Grynbaum 9h
"Had homelessness proven too much of a headache? Did the constant nagging over heating outages in city housing drive him away? What does Des Moines have that New York does not?" on de Blasio 2020
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The bottom line is simple: Brexit has been, is, and will be a disaster for Britain. The 2016 vote was manipulated through lies, writes .
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Dominoes. Melted wax. Stirring paint. Hypnotic videos scratch an itch we didn’t know we had.
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Moira Donegan 14h
I’m quoted in this thoughtful piece by on Andrea Dworkin’s resurgence. CC Not the Fun Kind of Feminist
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If you think President Trump is out of control now, just wait and see what happens if Congress lets him get away with this non-emergency emergency.
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For 4 out of the past 5 years, the winner of the Oscar for directing has been born in Mexico. At the 91st Academy Awards Alfonso Cuarón could make it 5 out of 6.
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. has been called a foreign agent, a troublemaker, a tax cheat, a traitor and ugly, and people are threatening to kill her online. All because she's a journalist willing to speak truth to power, says .
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If I watched long enough, I felt lightly hypnotized, as if one of those disembodied hands had reached in and massaged my brain.
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.: For the natural born nag who wants to stay on the couch, apps are a better way to get out the vote by
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A country that has benefitted from its 46-year participation in a union of more than a half-billion Europeans is drifting toward a self-amputation understood by few, writes
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"The problem of clerical sex abuse has more to do with the unconscionable celibacy law and nothing to do with sexual orientation"
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NYT Opinion 4h
I’m a big believer in six 20-minute naps throughout the day, at random intervals. It’s enough time for my energy to replenish and not quite enough for my caretaker to do anything productive or even watch a show — the sweet spot.
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Law enforcement has been slow to respond to domestic extremist crimes, in part because of the limited number of enforcement tools available to prosecutors
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With President Trump’s bogus national emergency at the southern border, critical principles are at stake that transcend any one declaration or leader.
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Congress has the power to effectively override President Trump's emergency declaration through a resolution of disapproval
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NYT Opinion 5h
The real national emergency will be if Congress does not stand up to an out-of-control President Trump, writes the editorial board
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Congratulations to editor James Ryerson, who won the Media Award for Excellence in Science Journalism! He edits the Gray Matter series:
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Charles T. White 15h
Thank you for your wisdom, pointing out in a brilliant NYT article how Netflix is changing the world. Netflix works wonders because instead of being beholden to advertisers, it is compelled to appeal to each of its subscribers. Bravo.
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Joan Gralla 17h
Australia is no longer a daggy sheep station. As of last year, according to a Credit Suisse report, we’re vying with Switzerland for the title of richest people in the world.
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The capricious workings of the Nigerian politics make it difficult to make distinctions between the contenders for presidency and their political entities, says
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