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Here's How Obama's Vetoes and Executive Orders Compare to Other Presidents
The New Republic Online - 3 Hours ago
F or the first six years of his presidency, President Barack Obama has had a friendly Congress — or, at worst, a friendly Senate — to protect him from legislation he opposes. But when the 114 th Congress
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Even After This Freezing Week, 2014 Will Probably Be the Warmest Year Ever Recorded
The New Republic Online - 4 Hours ago
I t might not feel like it right now with all 50 states facing freezing temperatures this week, but 2014 is on track to be the warmest year ever recorded. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
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Obama's Immigration Order Will Be Legal. But Will the Public Like It?
The New Republic Online - 9 Hours ago
P resident Obama will formally announce an executive order on immigration tonight, following through on a promise to bring several million undocumented workers out of the shadows — at least temporarily
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We Only Have One Remaining Bigotry: We Don't Want to Be Around Anybody Who Disagrees
The New Republic Online - 19 Hours ago
T hank you, Chris, for your introduction, for your leadership, for the new energy and innovation you've brought to The New Republic. I thank you and Guy and Frank and all The New Republic team for inviting
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The Year Washington Lost Its Mind
The New Republic Online - 21 Hours ago
T he summer of 1993 was one of the moments — which have occurred with increasing frequency in the years since — when Washington, D.C., appeared to be losing its collective mind. Bill Clinton’s budget
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Note to GOP: Just Because Right-Wingers Are Blind With Rage Doesn't Mean Obama's
The New Republic Online - 21 Hours ago
A few months ago, before President Obama delayed his plan to extend deportation protections to more unauthorized immigrants, a group of conservative opinion journalists — New York Times columnist Ross
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Don't Worry, Republicans: Obama Isn't Giving Undocumented Immigrants Obamacare
The New Republic Online - 11/19/2014
T he executive order President Obama issues this week will give up to 5 million undocumented persons a temporary reprieve from deportation and, in some cases, papers that allow them work legally. The
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Poll: Two-Thirds of Americans Support an Environmental Policy That Republicans Hate
The New Republic Online - 11/19/2014
A   report  released Wednesday shows that two in three Americans support strict restrictions on carbon emissions at America’s coal-fired power plants — even after being told that the cost of electricity
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The Lame Duck Government Was Busy Yesterday
The New Republic Online - 11/19/2014
The lame duck Congress and the lame duck President are surprisingly busy these days. On Tuesday, they made news on two different issues. Keystone XL: Senator Mary Landrieu ’s effort to pass a bill authorizing
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The Feminist Freakout Over the Scientist's Gaudy Shirt
The Patriot Post - 11/19/2014
The European Space Agency’s Rosetta project accomplished one of the most impressive scientific feats in our lifetime. They essentially moved a clunky machine from one speeding bullet onto another, by
A feminist freakout over engineer’s shirt Marietta Daily Journal
The feminist freakout over the scientist's 'girly' shirt DailyMe.Com
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Why I Helped Search for Missing UVA Student Hannah Graham
The New Republic Online - 11/19/2014
H annah Graham disappeared in the early morning of Saturday, September 13, just weeks into the start of the fall semester at the University of Virginia, where she was a sophomore. She was last seen having
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Obama Has the Law—and Reagan—on His Side on Immigration
The New Republic Online - 11/19/2014
P resident Obama is soon expected to take a step toward fixing our broken immigration system by issuing an executive order to halt deportations of undocumented immigrants whose children are U.S. citizens.
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How to Fix America's Foreign Policy
The New Republic Online - 11/19/2014
H enry Kissinger’s new book should be read as a salvo in the ongoing foreign policy struggle for Barack Obama’s soul. It is a book of many parts, but the final third portrays the United States since the
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The Keystone Pipeline Is Still on Hold. Tar Sands Extraction Is Not.
The New Republic Online - 11/19/2014
T he Senate failed by one vote Tuesday to advance a bill that fast-tracks construction of the Keystone XL pipeline. Fifty-nine senators voted in favor of Mary Landrieu’s bill, which aimed at boosting
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International Development Is Broken. Here Are Two Ways to Fix It.
The New Republic Online - 11/18/2014
S o I just wrote this essay about all the reasons I think international development, as we currently carry it out, can never achieve its own objectives. One thing I didn’t have room for was the ideas
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Hillary Clinton's "Connection" to White Voters: What Could It Possibly Be?
American Prospect - 11/18/2014
In an interview published yesterday at Talking Points Memo, Mitch Stewart, an adviser to the nascent Hillary Clinton quasi-campaign, argued that Clinton could expand the map of states that Barack Obama
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What Would Make a Woman Want to Marry a Serial Killer?
The New Republic Online - 11/18/2014
T he small town of Starke in Bradford County, Florida, is best known for the three prisons that surround it. One of those, Florida State, houses 400 death row inmates. It is where the serial killer Ted
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From Hypnos to the Heavenly Bed: A Brief History of Sleep
Huffington Post - 11/18/2014
Sleep is having its moment in the sun -- or, more appropriately, its moment in a darkened room, with blackout shades drawn, the temperature somewhere between 60 and 67 degrees Fahrenheit , all smartphones
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Keystone XL Heads to a Senate Vote, Despite Irrelevance
The New Republic Online - 11/18/2014
A single vote in the Senate on Tuesday could determine the fate of legislation that fast-tracks approval of the controversial Keystone XL pipeline. There are 59 Senators who publicly back the bill. And
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You’re Wrong, You’re Wrong, You’re Definitely Wrong, and I’m Probably Wrong, Too
The New Republic Online - 11/18/2014
W hen I was a teenager in the late 1950s, growing up in a hundred-year-old exurban farmhouse north of New York City, the butcher-paper weeklies floated down and piled up like autumn leaves. Butcher-paper
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Stop Trying to Save the World
The New Republic Online - 11/18/2014
I t seemed like such a good idea at the time: A merry-go-round hooked up to a water pump. In rural sub-Saharan Africa, where children are plentiful but clean water is scarce, the PlayPump harnessed one
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That Silence You Hear Is the Sound of Healthcare.gov Working Just Fine
The New Republic Online - 11/18/2014
T hat ruckus you didn’t hear over the weekend was the sound of Obamacare online marketplaces not failing to work. Healthcare.gov went fully operational in the wee hours of early Saturday morning, without
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This Mesmerizing NASA Video Shows How Carbon Pollution Spreads Across the Planet
The New Republic Online - 11/17/2014
I n a striking new video, the  NASA Goddard Space Flight Center shows exactly how carbon pollution travels across the planet over the course of a year, moving away  from the largest polluters and across
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Conservatives Should Explain Exactly What Jonathan Gruber Tricked Us All Into Believing
American Prospect - 11/17/2014
As we've all watched Republicans quiver with delight over the comments of MIT economist Jonathan Gruber about the Affordable Care Act, I've wondered what they really think about this little controversy.
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"Grubergate" Is Giving the Supreme Court Cover to Destroy Obamacare
The New Republic Online - 11/17/2014
I n an otherwise excellent exegesis of the ongoing controversy surrounding Jonathan Gruber, Vox’s Ezra Klein treats  an infamous video in which the Obamacare adviser mocks the “stupidity of the American
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