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The Ten Worst-Paying Jobs in America
The New Republic Online - 42 Minutes ago
I t’s easy to forget now, but the original purpose of Labor Day wasn't to invite your friends over for a cookout, some beers, and one last chance to celebrate the summer. It was to recognize the contributions
The Ten Worst Paying Jobs in America The New Republic Online
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Happy Labor Day. Are Unions Dead?
The New Republic Online - 11 Hours ago
Editor's Note: Rich Yeselson worked in the labor movement as a strategist and researcher for contract and organizing campaigns for over 20 years.  " Fortress Unionism " an essay he wrote in 2013 for Democracy
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AIPAC Is in Decline—But So Are Hopes for a Two-State Solution
The New Republic Online - 8/29/2014
C onnie Bruck has written an excellent portrait of the Israel lobby, AIPAC, in The New Yorker . I say that as someone who knows something about the organization and has written about it myself. She brings
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Why the Legacy of Katrina on New Orleans Is Different From Disasters That Befell
American Prospect - 8/29/2014
Rescue personnel search from victims as they traverse the New Orleans 8th Ward in the flooded city of New Orleans on Tuesday, Aug. 30, 2005. Water continued to rise after the onslaught of Hurricane Katrina,
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The Heartbreaking Stories That Filled My Notebook After 9/11
The New Republic Online - 8/29/2014
O n the fourth day I went to get a sense of the devastation. The street outside my building in lower Manhattan was still cordoned off on either end by police, and you needed an escort and proof of ID
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The NFL Gets It Right on Domestic Violence
The New Republic Online - 8/29/2014
N FL Commissioner Roger Goodell did something remarkable on Thursday: He admitted he made a mistake and proceeded to fix it. In so doing, he sent a powerful message to both his players and to society
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33 Days to More Well-Being: A Special Offer for HuffPost Readers
AOL Health - 8/29/2014
Wherever I go around the world, I see the same hunger to live our lives with more meaning and purpose and less unnecessary stress and burnout. This is the goal of a new online course being offered by
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The Snake in the Market Basket: Can the Company Recover From Employee Revolt Without
American Prospect - 8/28/2014
W ednesday night, the long-running Market Basket drama ended and the good guys ostensibly won. Or did they? When we last tuned in, the employees of the $4 billion family-owned New England supermarket
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Release the Full, Horrific Video of a 9-Year-Old Killing Her Gun Instructor With
The New Republic Online - 8/28/2014
Watch the final instants of Charles Vacca's life. It's not graphic — for a reason. [embedded content] The footage comes courtesy of the Mohave County, Arizona Sheriff’s Department. The girl to his
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Remember This Moment When the Next Financial Crisis Rolls Around
The New Republic Online - 8/28/2014
C redit rating agencies were the drivers of the financial crisis. Their AAA stamps of approval encouraged investors to purchase massive quantities of subprime mortgage-backed securities. As we now know,
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Two More Signs that the GOP and Tea Party Are One
The New Republic Online - 8/28/2014
T wo different senators were in the news on Wednesday, for statements on two different issues. Together they painted one very depressing picture about the extremism of the Republican Party. One of the
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Yes, Republicans Are Threatening a Government Shutdown Fight
The New Republic Online - 8/28/2014
I can’t claim to be 100 percent certain about this, but I’m pretty sure that nobody in modern U.S. history has ever explicitly threatened to shut down the government, or claimed credit for a government
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You Can Glimpse the Post-Apocalypse in This Photo From Gaza
The New Republic Online - 8/28/2014
I t’s so hard for novels or films set in the dystopian future to rid themselves of all traces of utopia. That’s one of the reasons they’re so popular. With the exception of Cormac McCarthy’s The Road
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I Have Two Nightmares About a Palestinian State
The New Republic Online - 8/28/2014
I moved to Israel from New York in 1982, during another summer of fighting, and Israeli society was tearing itself apart. Palestine Liberation Organization forces were firing Katyusha rockets at Israeli
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Pass This Bill or a Sick Waiter Will Sneeze on Your Food
The New Republic Online - 8/28/2014
C ongress can’t seem to enact anything of substance and, thanks to House Republicans, it certainly isn’t about to ratify any Democratic initiatives. But state and local governments, where liberals have
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Stop Twisting Republican Quotes. They're Not Threatening Another Government Shutdown.
The New Republic Online - 8/27/2014
A s we approach the midterm elections, Democrats are naturally trying to frighten Americans into believing that the GOP could shut down the government again. What isn't natural is that the media is helping
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Did Mitch McConnell Just Admit That Obama Would Beat Him In A Supreme Court Confirmation
The New Republic Online - 8/27/2014
I f you’ve paid any attention to Mitch McConnell’s comings and goings as Senate Minority Leader, you’re familiar with his tendency to break the fourth wall and lay all the details of his master plans
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GOP Extremism Isn't Just Hurting America. It's Hurting Our Planet.
The New Republic Online - 8/27/2014
T he  New York Times   reports today that President Barack Obama is pursuing an international climate agreement ahead of next year's United Nations climate-change summit in Paris. Why pursue an accord,
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What Amazon Knows—and You Don't—About the Future of Video Games
The New Republic Online - 8/26/2014
O n Monday, Amazon reached a deal to buy Twitch, the online video game broadcaster, for nearly $1 billion. "What the hell is Twitch, and why is it worth a billion dollars?" asked everyone in America.
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I Was Kidnapped While Reporting in Syria. The Risk Wasn't Worth It.
The New Republic Online - 8/26/2014
A bout a year and a half ago, I found myself in the living room of a luxury condominium overlooking a beach in Naples, Florida. I’d been reporting in the Middle East, and, for the first time in two years,
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Republicans Think They Can Win the Uber Vote. This Data Suggests Otherwise.
The New Republic Online - 8/26/2014
T he political tussle over Uber isn’t over. Last week, the company that provides on-demand, smart-phone-friendly transportation announced that it was hiring longtime Barack Obama adviser and confidant
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The Coming Conservative Tax Cut Deficits Will Make Bush's Look Puny
The New Republic Online - 8/26/2014
F or going on a year now, a group of reform-minded conservatives has been gently coaxing more pious coreligionists into supporting a tax reform plan that would violate the first commandment of supply-side
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America's Lack of a Police Behavior Database Is a Disgrace. That's Why I'm Leading
The New Republic Online - 8/26/2014
I f a friend comes to you with money problems, among the first things you are likely to do is ask for their budget. If she doesn’t have one, her “problem” is not taking money seriously. Similarly, when
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Scott Walker's Race for Governor Could Shape U.S. Politics for Years to Come
The New Republic Online - 8/26/2014
E veryone knows the most important political race in the country this fall is the race that determines control of the U.S. Senate, which is very much up in the air. According to  The New York Times  
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The Hague Treats War Criminals More Humanely Than Gitmo Treats Its Detainees
The New Republic Online - 8/25/2014
“S afe. Humane. Legal. Transparent.” That’s how the U.S. government characterizes its prison at Guantánamo Bay. But in the twelve years that it has been in operation, Gitmo has become notoriously linked
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