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I'm a Black Journalist. I'm Quitting Because I'm Tired of Newsroom Racism.
The New Republic Online - 65 Minutes ago
M y first job in media was as a television producer. I was 28 years old, eager and brimming with ideas, some of which I’m sure were good and others of which I’m sure were not. Not long after starting
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America's Most Elusive Military Hero Finally Gets His Due
The New Republic Online - 2 Hours ago
M ilitary heroes acquire cultural resonance by being larger than life. They upset empires and found republics, as did George Washington. After vanquishing their foes, they become presidents, as did Ulysses
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The Situation in Kobani Might Be Too Dire For Airdrops to Make a Difference
The New Republic Online - 5 Hours ago
S eventeen-year-old Emran Ali’s face was swollen with cuts and bruises when he arrived at the hospital in the Turkish town of Suruc last week, about 15 km from the besieged town of Kobani. A few hours
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Republicans Say Minimum Wage Hikes Hurt Job Growth. Here's What the Evidence Says.
The New Republic Online - 8 Hours ago
W hile Republicans are blocking legislation to increase the national minimum wage, state legislatures are taking matters into their own hands. Between 2011 and June 30 of this year, more than a dozen
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When a Concealed Handgun License Lets You Vote in Texas
The New Republic Online - 16 Hours ago
T exans casting a ballot on Monday, when early voting begins, will need to show one of seven forms of photo ID. A concealed handgun license is  okay , but a student ID isn't.  The Supreme Court on Saturday
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What a Past Epidemic Teaches Us About Ebola
The New Republic Online - 24 Hours ago
A deadly and somewhat mysterious infectious disease has invaded America in the person of a foreign traveler. The local management and the global magnitude of the epidemic are so dire that the President
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Hey, Bill Maher: There Is No Such Thing as “Islamic Extremism.”
The New Republic Online - 10/20/2014
D uring a recent episode of HBO's “Real Time” on HBO, host Bill Maher mocked President Obama’s insistence that the Islamic State does not represent Islam, and lambasted Islam as “the only religion that
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Obama's Former Muslim Advisor Assesses Whether He's Lived Up to His Cairo Speech
The New Republic Online - 10/20/2014
W hen Obama came into office, he appointed Dalia Mogahed to his advisory council on faith-based partnerships and gave her a seemingly impossible task: improve Muslim perception of the United States. In
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Fear of Ebola Could Make People More Likely to Vote Conservative
The New Republic Online - 10/20/2014
N early half of Americans admitted to pollsters that they believe they are “at risk” of contracting Ebola. The effects of the virus go beyond our collective psyche.  According to   The New Republic ’s
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Forcing Frats to Go Co-Ed Won't Fix Them
The New Republic Online - 10/20/2014
I n October 2008, not long after the school’s Greek rush week, Trinity College student Alexander Okano  dove into a shallow pool  at an annual frat blow-out called Tropical, paralyzing himself from the
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Ebola is much less scary than Hollywood's 'Contagion.' Or is it?
Los Angeles Times - 10/14/2014
While disposing of a body in a mass grave, one man in a hazmat suit turns to another and asks, "When did we run out of body bags?" "Two days ago." Fortunately, the scene is only from the movie "Contagion,"
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Three War Photographers Pay Tribute to Their Slain Colleagues
The New Republic Online - 10/17/2014
Though prompted by recent attacks on journalists, the new exhibition, “ A Form of Love ,” is much more: an homage to the fathomless courage of the conflict correspondent. Organized and curated by photographers
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The Return of the "Different Kind of Republican"
American Prospect - 10/17/2014
There's always a market, particularly in the media, for the politician who can surprise by running counter to the stereotypes of his or her party. As the two parties become more ideologically unified,
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The Ripple Effects of a Travel Ban Could Make The Ebola Problem Even Worse
The New Republic Online - 10/17/2014
C alls for an Ebola travel ban have gotten a lot louder. And they are not just coming from the lunatic fringe. Prominent Republican leaders, like House Speaker John Boehner , are now among those proposing
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Ebola Hysteria Hits a New Level
The New Republic Online - 10/17/2014
O n Thursday, the Ebola crisis took center stage before the House Energy and Commerce Committee where Dr. Thomas Frieden, the head of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and other health care
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Their Fears Are Coming True: People Are Disappearing in Crimea Now That Russia's
The New Republic Online - 10/17/2014
T he rules of Crimean Tatar hospitality decree that a host serve a guest coffee, then tea, while discussing the news. Abdureshit Dzheparov is too steeped in the ways of his people to do otherwise, though
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My Day at the Shooting Range With a Bunch of Bubbies Trying to Prevent the Next
The New Republic Online - 10/17/2014
W hen I decided I wanted to learn how to handle a gun, even if only to be able to remove the bullets, I found that most firearms classes in Los Angeles demanded too much in time and money. Except for
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The Wall Street Journal Just Helped the GOP Raise a Whole Lot of Money
The New Republic Online - 10/17/2014
A nyone who thinks newspapers have lost all the sway of days past should consider what the Republican Party just pulled off via the nation’s largest-circulation paper. Just a few weeks ago, the conservative
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We Should Quarantine Everyone Coming From Countries With Ebola Outbreaks
The New Republic Online - 10/17/2014
O ver the last several months, scientists at the Food and Drug Administration and World Health Organization have done an excellent job of educating the public about Ebola. They have provided a great deal
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How the Wall Street Journal Opinion Pages Rattled the Cup to Fill GOP Campaign Coffers
The New Republic Online - 10/16/2014
A nyone who thinks newspapers have lost all the sway of days past should consider what the Republican Party just pulled off via the nation’s largest-circulation paper. Just a few weeks ago, the conservative
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This Woman Is Traveling in a Hazmat Suit—and 4 More Absurd Ebola Overreactions
The New Republic Online - 10/16/2014
F ox News’ Shep Smith won wide praise Wednesday for his straight-talk about sensationalistic media reports on Ebola. “We don't have an outbreak,” he said. “And the rest of this should stop, because it's
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What Do People in the Middle East Think About the Islamic State? These Poll Results
The New Republic Online - 10/16/2014
H ow much grassroots support does the Islamic State of Iraq and Al Sham (ISIS) enjoy in key "coalition" countries like Egypt, Saudi Arabia, or Lebanon? Until today, one could only guess at the answer.
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Some Things More Likely to Kill You Than Ebola
American Prospect - 10/16/2014
With the Ebola virus having now infected fully .0000006 percent of the American population, it's obviously time to panic, because you're probably going to die from it. But while you're panicking over
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There Have Been Breakdowns in the Ebola Response. That's Not the Big Problem.
The New Republic Online - 10/16/2014
E bola was the big story on Wednesday, with news breaking throughout the day. It started early in the morning, just a little after 5 a.m., when the U.S. Centers for Disease Control sent out a press releasing
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Here's How an Ebola Quarantine Would Work in America
The New Republic Online - 10/16/2014
O n Wednesday, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced that Amber Vinson, the second Dallas health care worker with Ebola, had flown from Cleveland to Dallas on the day before she reported
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