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Technology so often disappoints and betrays us because it promises to make easy things that, by their intrinsic nature, have to be hard.
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"I am scared. The markets are scared. The politicians I have been talking to are scared — or livid."
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Theresa May must negotiate Britain's divorce from the rest of Europe. It may cost her her job.
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What could be safer than complimenting your host’s delicious cooking? Before you tell her she makes a great turkey, however, think about whether or not there are any vegans at the table.
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People who say they view the world as a dangerous place are three times more likely to strongly support the building of a border wall between the United States and Mexico
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Facebook needs to stop pretending it's about transforming the state of the world.
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We let the corrupt bankers who ravaged our economy roam free. Now they're running the country.
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.: It isn’t just white suburban women who switched to Democrats. Parts of rural and white working class America peeled off too.
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Laurence Tribe 6h
People are waking from their slumber: “[M]ore than half of white working class men now believe that Mr. Trump is ‘self-dealing’ and corrupt.” There’s reason to think a vast bipartisan majority will soon see that this would-be Emperor has no clothes.
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Parallel to secular politics today, Catholic infighting in the wake of scandal has created a stalemate and confusion, says , with the Church increasingly unsure of what it teaches, led by men who can’t agree on how it might be cleansed
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NYT Opinion 2h
Matthew Whitaker, the acting attorney general, has no business running the Justice Department, let alone overseeing the Mueller investigation.
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Trump’s A.G.: the con man’s con man. By
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The legality of Matthew Whitaker's appointment to lead the Justice Department is beside the point. The real question is whether the appointment was corrupt from the start.
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The best case scenario is for both elected officials and the Fourth Estate elites to be pure as driven snow, in both action and intention. But that’s unlikely to happen, as all of those positions are occupied by human beings.
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The United States’ maternal mortality and injury rates are estimated to far surpass those in other developed countries
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Katherine Goldstein 4h
A reminder today of why I do what I do. “American women continue to be devalued and disempowered through the prism of motherhood, even as we insist on the pre-eminence of mothers’ status.” stunning work.
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Ron Fournier 4h
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NYT Opinion 3h
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Working people are not fools, and Mr. Trump promised them a lot. It is no surprise that more than half of white working class men now believe that Mr. Trump is “self-dealing” and corrupt.
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There is a long way to go, but 10% of 2016 Trump voters supported Democrats this year, and 40% of moderate Republicans either voted Democratic or stayed home.
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Democrats got their wave in part because a significant portion of male and female white working class voters abandoned Mr. Trump and his Republican allies.
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