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Don't Love or Hate Lena Dunham. Create More of Her.
The New Republic Online - 7 Hours ago
E arly this week, I opened an envelope that had arrived at my door to find inside Lena Dunham’s new book,  Not that Kind of Girl . I love getting free books in the mail, I  admire  Dunham’s television
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Sam Brownback Supported Wind Farms in Kansas—Until the Koch Brothers Changed His
The New Republic Online - 8 Hours ago
I n Kansas, Governor Sam Brownback has always enjoyed the support of Charles and David Koch of Koch Industries. They have been the single greatest contributor to his campaigns. The Koch network of funded
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The Fate of the Senate Could Come Down to This
The New Republic Online - 9 Hours ago
A mong the truest things you can say about Mark Begich — the imperiled Alaska Democrat, whose loss this November might flip the Senate — is that he’s sweet. Easygoing, plain-looking, and sweet . He’s
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The Biggest Question About Texas' Mysterious Ebola Case
The New Republic Online - 16 Hours ago
I t’s no great mystery how the first reported case of Ebola ended up at a hospital in Dallas, Texas. According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control, the infected man seemed healthy when he boarded
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Photos: Hong Kong's Occupy Protesters Are a Lot More Creative Than America's
The New Republic Online - 16 Hours ago
A fter Sunday night’s violent clashes, Hong Kong’s pro-democracy demonstrations earned a new name: the Umbrella Revolution, so called because protestors are using umbrellas to shield against police pepper
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The War With No Name
American Prospect - 16 Hours ago
The idea of naming military operations began in World War I, but initially they were secret code names, intended to conceal rather than to boast. Winston Churchill was very concerned with the code names
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Men on "Morning Joe" Imply a Man Would Have Prevented the Latest Secret Service
The New Republic Online - 17 Hours ago
R evelations that the Secret Service mishandled several threats to Barack Obama, including a fence-jumper who ran into the White House and an armed man who rode an elevator with the president, forced
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Hong Kong's Protests: Six Scenarios for What Will Happen Next
The New Republic Online - 17 Hours ago
O n Sunday, the leaders of the Federation of Students, one of the groups protesting in downtown Hong Kong, outlined their demands for the Hong Kong and central governments: Hong Kong Chief Executive C.Y.
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Is Computer Coding an Art?
The New Republic Online - 10/1/2014
Despite its diminished status in nearly every area of life, art—writ large—is still the highest measure of achievement, the most superlative of compliments. The “art” label is appended to show that a
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Hong Kong Has Split Into Two Worlds
The New Republic Online - 9/30/2014
W hen I arrived in Hong Kong early Monday afternoon, everything seemed normal. A tour guide at the airport told me cheerfully that the subway stations in the center of the city were open for business.
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This Is What's the Matter With Kansas
The New Republic Online - 9/30/2014
T he midterm elections of 2010 were good for Republicans nearly everywhere, but amid the national Tea Party insurgency, it was easy to overlook the revolution that was brewing in Kansas. That year, the
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What Hong Kong's Protests Mean for Mainland China
The New Republic Online - 9/30/2014
A s the pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong escalate and streets clog with angry residents, the demonstrators are beginning to receive supportive messages from places as far away as  Ferguson, Missouri
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Killing the "Nuclear Option" Will Not Save the Senate. It Will Ruin Obama's Final
The New Republic Online - 9/29/2014
I f Republicans win control of the Senate in November, as polls continue to suggest they will, the most direct change to the existing power structure in Washington won’t be to lawmaking, which will remain
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Joe Scarborough: In Manhattan, "People Thank God for David Koch"
The New Republic Online - 9/29/2014
O n "Morning Joe" Monday morning, MSNBC's Joe Scarborough expressed disbelief that any New Yorker could hate the Koch brothers. “[Demonizing the Koch brothers] doesn’t even work in Manhattan where people
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This Year's Biggest Border Crisis Is Far From the U.S.
The New Republic Online - 9/29/2014
T his past summer, America faced a "border crisis." Thousands of unaccompanied children — mainly from Honduras, El Salvador and Guatemala — were illegally entering the country via Mexico, creating a backlog
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Video: The Ridiculous Meaning of Europe's Flag, Explained
The New Republic Online - 9/29/2014
T he European flag consists of a simple blue background with 12 gold stars arranged in a circle. But the 12 stars don’t represent anything specific, and the color blue was selected because the other primary
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At Religious Right Gathering, Dubious Plan Emerges for Recapturing the Presidency
American Prospect - 9/29/2014
©A.M. Stan Ted Cruz, U.S. senator from Texas, addresses the Values Voter Summit on September 26, 2014. O n Friday and Saturday, conservative politicians and activists descended upon Washington,
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Why India Isn't So Keen to Fight Climate Change
The New Republic Online - 9/29/2014
W hen President Barack Obama said "nobody gets a pass" on fighting climate change in a  speech  last week, he might as well have been speaking directly to India. India’s willingness to reduce greenhouse
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Eric Holder Transformed the Attorney General into an Advocate for the Poor
The New Republic Online - 9/27/2014
O n September 25, Attorney General Eric Holder announced his resignation. He made history as the nation’s first African American attorney general and will most likely be remembered for his vigorous enforcement
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Here's the Best Eric Holder Replacement That No One's Talking About
The New Republic Online - 9/26/2014
E ric Holder is a decent man. Many of the attacks on him during his tenure have been scurrilous and I don’t want to join them or give the “Fast and Furious” crowd aid and comfort. That said, this quotation,
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On Our Cover: Ruth Bader Ginsburg Is an American Hero
The New Republic Online - 9/26/2014
I n our latest cover story, Jeffrey Rosen,  New Republic  legal affairs editor and president of the National Constitution Center, sits down with Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg to discuss her
Ruth Bader Ginsburg explains why she isn't retiring yet: The filibuster Daily Kos
Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the irreplaceable Supreme Court justice Los Angeles Times
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Study: Natural Gas Will Not Solve America's Pollution Problem
The New Republic Online - 9/26/2014
I f you thought of natural gas as a useful "bridge fuel" to help America transition from dirty to clean energy, a new  study  published in Environmental Research Letters has some disappointing news: Natural
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Study: Videos of Police Violence Might Worsen People's Biases
The New Republic Online - 9/26/2014
A fter a summer that featured multiple stories of wrongful or apparently wrongful police killings, it's natural that many people think that body cameras and other forms of surveillance for cops are a
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What Matters Most to Latino Voters? It's Not Always Immigration Reform.
The New Republic Online - 9/26/2014
: What are some of the perils faced by the GOP and Democrats as described in your book? What are the solutions to avoiding such pitfalls? Gary Segura: I feel that it’s too late for the GOP to avoid
What Matters Most to Latino Voters? Not Just Immigration Reform The New Republic Online
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Gabby Giffords Really Doesn't Care that Gun Nuts Call Her 'Mean' for Fighting to
Ein News - 9/26/2014
Sep 25, 2014 - 19:53 GMT A few years back someone walked up to then-Rep. Gabrielle Giffords outside a Safeway in Tucson, Arizona, and shot her in the head. The shooter, Jared Loughner, killed six and
Gabby Giffords's Gun-Control Ads Are Being Criticized Because They're Working The New Republic Online
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