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The World Is Experiencing the Worst Refugee Crisis Since World War II
The New Republic Online - 21 Hours ago
H oppers Way in Singleton, Kent, is a quiet suburban cul-de-sac of red-brick detached houses, each with its own garage and driveway. Parked outside No 8, there is often a large white-and-grey camper van
The World Is Experiencing The Worst Refugee Crisis Since World War II The New Republic Online
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EPA Just Saved Utilities a Lot of Money With Weak Coal Ash Regulation
The New Republic Online - 12/20/2014
W hen power plants burn coal, they’re left with a coal ash residue containing arsenic, mercury, lead, and selenium. Until Friday, there were no federal standards for utilities to dispose of it. Utilities
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British Conservatives Have Been at War With the BBC for Decades—and This Time They
The New Republic Online - 12/19/2014
T hey never seem to learn. If you’re a top politician, attacking the BBC’s reporting is the most obvious way of showing that you’re worried about the way that people will react to what you’re doing.
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Obama's Right: Belgium Really Does Need a Politico
The New Republic Online - 12/19/2014
I n 2009, when I was a bright-green congressional reporter for TPM, and Josh Marshall and David Kurtz told me I’d be covering the health care reform debate full time, it felt like trial by fire. In hindsight,
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Music and Memory
American Prospect - 12/17/2014
This article is from the Fall 2014 issue of The American Prospect magazine. O ur choir rehearsals start about a month before the High Holidays, toward the end of summer. The lake is getting colder,
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Israel's Rightward Lurch Won't Help Netanyahu Keep His Job
The New Republic Online - 12/17/2014
O n Tuesday, Israel’s increasingly popular haBayit haYehudi party released a new campaign video. The two-minute clip features the party leader, hardline Minister of Trade Naftali Bennett, dressed as an
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Stop Celebrating the Ruble's Collapse. Low Oil Could Come Back to Bite the American
The New Republic Online - 12/17/2014
T he  global oil collapse  has claimed its first victim: Russia. A 40-percent drop in the price of crude, the country’s dominant industry, has significantly reduced trade demand and coincided with a 
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Elizabeth Warren Is a Much Bigger Underdog Against Hillary Than Obama Was in 2006
The New Republic Online - 12/16/2014
W arren-mentum is upon us. The Massachusetts senator still says that she is not running for president but won’t say that she will not run. At the same time, she has dominated the airwaves over the past
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Russia's Currency Crashed Because Vladimir Putin Put His Cronies Before His People
The New Republic Online - 12/16/2014
T he Russian ruble collapsed overnight, tumbling almost 20 percent on Tuesday to a record low of 80.10 rubles to the dollar. In a last-ditch effort to stabilize the currency, the Central Bank raised interest
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Don't Let "Black Lives Matter" Become Another Ice Bucket Challenge
The New Republic Online - 12/16/2014
O ver the weekend, Samuel L. Jackson recorded a call to action in support of the Black Lives Matter movement, which is protesting aggressive policing of black people. The actor, in a video posted to his
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Jeb Bush Is Running for President, But Obama Has Already Destroyed His Candidacy
The New Republic Online - 12/16/2014
B ecause the right never trusted him, Mitt Romney spent the entire 2012 presidential primary burnishing his conservative credentials, and spent much of the general election on unsure footing, never confident
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Jeb Bush Just Flushed Marco Rubio's 2016 Hopes Down the Toilet
The New Republic Online - 12/16/2014
J eb Bush is running for president . Or at least he has “decided to actively explore the possibility of running for President of the United States.” The former governor of Florida made the announcement
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Has the GOP Become the Pro-Torture Party?
American Prospect - 12/16/2014
If you'll permit me a momentary bit of crowing, I'd like to take some credit for what we learned from Dick Cheney's appearance on Meet the Press last Sunday. Not that we didn't already know about Cheney's
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Will D.C.'s Pot Legalization Fall Prey to Meddling Congress?
American Prospect - 12/16/2014
It’s not like Representative Andy Harris didn’t warn us. When District of Columbia voters last month overwhelmingly passed Initiative 71, the ballot measure to legalize marijuana in the District, the
The Continuing Story of Congressional Meddling: The Obstruction of DC's Pot Legalization American Prospect
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Obama's Approach to the Bush Torture Regime Has Failed
The New Republic Online - 12/16/2014
I f you have a working conscience, it is impossible to defend the merits of President Obama’s decision to shield architects of the Bush administration’s torture program from legal action. His justifications
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Here's a Bargain Republicans and Democrats Could Make on Obamacare
American Prospect - 12/15/2014
Since Congress just passed a budget and we are therefore at the dawn of a new era of bipartisan comity and compromise, I'd like to propose a trade, one that will allow both Democrats and Republicans to
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Elizabeth Warren Won't Rule Out a Presidential Run. Here's What She Might Be Thinking.
The New Republic Online - 12/15/2014
I n an interview with NPR’s Steve Inskeep that aired Monday , Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren repeatedly dodged whether she intends to run for president, saying that she “is not running for president.”
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Does Gay Male Culture Have a Misogyny Problem?
The New Republic Online - 12/15/2014
U sually portrayed — often simplistically — as ironclad, the bonds between gay men and straight women have been the focus of much debate lately. Actress Rose McGowan caused a stir last month when she
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Progressives Just Lost a Fight On the Budget. So Why Are They So Happy?
American Prospect - 12/15/2014
O ver the weekend, the "Cromnibus" budget was passed by a coalition that included the GOP leadership and the Obama White House. Neither conservative Republicans nor liberal Democrats were happy with what
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"I’ve Seen All Sorts of Horrific Things in My Time. But None as Detrimental to the
The New Republic Online - 12/15/2014
I t’s lunchtime at Maritza Grande’s oceanside restaurant in the Fonseca Gulf of Honduras. She scurries from the kitchen, where she is frying fish and plantains and chopping lettuce, to the bar, where
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Uber's Prices Surged in Sydney During the Hostage Crisis, and Everyone Is Furious
The New Republic Online - 12/15/2014
U ber has created many public relations disasters for itself during the last year, from suggesting to dig up opposition research on journalists to intentionally calling for and then cancelling rides on
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GOP Congressman Destroys Ted Cruz's Argument Against the Government Funding Bill
The New Republic Online - 12/15/2014
O n Friday afternoon, retiring Congressman Tim Griffin appeared on "The Doc Washburn Show," a conservative talk radio show, to defend his vote for the government funding bill, the so-called CRomnibus.
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The Climate Agreement in Lima Isn't Enough. Here's a Better Solution.
The New Republic Online - 12/15/2014
I t's well known that Republicans base their climate change policy on scientific fallacy. But Democrats and the European Union do so, too — not of earth science, but social science. Their core belief
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The Watered-Down Climate Deal Won't Be Enough to Stop Global Warming
The New Republic Online - 12/15/2014
A rare amount of optimism marked the beginning of a climate change conference two weeks ago in Lima, Peru. Before the conference, President Barack Obama and Chinese President Xi Jinping stood side-by-side
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Marine Le Pen Is Making the French Establishment Extremely Nervous
The New Republic Online - 12/14/2014
O n a rainy November morning, dockers from Calais are firing flares in protest against port job losses outside the regional council in Lille, the capital of France’s old industrial north. Inside the plush
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