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Daniel A. Gross speaks to Kim and Ken Hardin, who live diagonally across the street from the Tree of Life synagogue, in Pittsburgh, about witnessing the police surround ...
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Katy Waldman writes on Donald Trump’s response to the shooting at the Tree of Life synagogue, in Pittsburgh, and his use of the word “frankly.” Source: Newyorker.com — ...
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Jonathan Blitzer reports from the migrant caravan as it reaches Arriaga, a transit hub between the Mexican states of Chiapas and Oaxaca, and the group decides how or ...
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With its commitment to helping all displaced people worldwide, HIAS becomes the perfect target for all hatreds, Masha Gessen writes. Source: Newyorker.com — Read: Original Article ...
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Charles Bethea writes about Stacey Abrams, the Democratic candidate for governor in Georgia, and her efforts to reach people all across the state whom she believes will support ...
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John Cassidy writes about President Donald Trump’s decision to attack the media during the nationwide pipe-bomb scare. Source: Newyorker.com — Read: Original Article ...
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Eric Lach writes about the arrest of a suspect in the recent spree of package bombs targeting prominent Democrats, and how the story’s prominence has stymied President Donald ...
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Jonathan Blitzer describes scenes from the migrant caravan from Honduras as it travels through Mexico. Source: Newyorker.com — Read: Original Article ...
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Margaret Talbot on the Trump Administration’s reported plan to define gender as immutably male or female, and how it resembles historical disdain of science, such as the Nazis’ ...
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Eliza Griswold writes about Danielle Friel Otten, whose opposition to the Mariner East pipeline project has spurred her to campaign for a seat in the Pennsylvania Assembly. Source: ...
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Robin Wright on the Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman in the wake of the murder of the journalist Jamal Khashoggi. Source: Newyorker.com — Read: Original Article ...
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Masha Gessen on the insidious effects of describing the thousands of Central American asylum seekers heading toward the U.S. border as a “caravan.” Source: Newyorker.com — Read: Original ...
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Benjamin Wallace-Wells on how the Democrats’ perception of conservative minority rule is affecting the upcoming midterm elections. Source: Newyorker.com — Read: Original Article ...
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Amy Davidson Sorkin writes about Donald Trump’s rhetoric at the rallies before and after the attempted pipe-bomb attacks on Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton, Bill Clinton, Joe Biden, and ...
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Eric Lach talks to a group of CNN journalists who recount the reaction inside the CNN newsroom when a bomb was discovered inside their headquarters. Source: Newyorker.com — ...
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John Cassidy writes about the pipe-bomb attacks that targeted Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton, Eric Holder, John Brennan, Debbie Wasserman Schultz, and George Soros, and describes Donald Trump’s response. ...
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Eric Lach writes about the history of animosity from the American far right against the billionaire philanthropist George Soros, who received a pipe bomb in the mail this ...
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Carolyn Kormann writes about the struggle over Proposition 127, a ballot measure in Arizona that would amend the state constitution to require that half of the state’s electricity ...
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Dave Eggers writes about a woman from Honduras who has been living with her family in a church basement in Virginia to avoid deportation. Source: Newyorker.com — Read: ...
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John Cassidy writes about the CNN journalist Van Jones’s interview with Jared Kushner, President Donald Trump’s son-in-law who is also a Trump Administration adviser. Source: Newyorker.com — Read: ...
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Jelani Cobb on the “October surprise” revelation of photographs showing Stacey Abrams, the Democratic nominee for governor, participating in the burning of a Georgia state flag, in 1992, ...
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Jeannie Suk Gersen on the affirmative-action lawsuit against Harvard University that alleges discrimination against Asian-Americans in the university’s admissions process. Source: Newyorker.com — Read: Original Article ...
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Rebecca Mead on the People’s Vote march in London, on Saturday, which had been organized to protest the conduct of the Conservative government in its negotiations over the ...
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Benjamin Wallace-Wells reports from Orlando about the campaign of the progressive Democratic gubernatorial candidate Andrew Gillum. Source: Newyorker.com — Read: Original Article ...
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