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New York Magazine
113 Journalists Surveyed on Why They’re So DespisedWe sent the following navel-gazing questionnaire to 113 colleagues working in p
113 Journalists Surveyed on Why They’re So Despised
New York Magazine / Posted yesterday
We sent the following navel-gazing questionnaire to 113 colleagues working in print, television, and digital media, asking that they use the opportunity to air their grievances and bare their souls, and promising anonymity in exchange for (what we... Read more
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Newsweek
Discrimination makes navigating cancer a nightmare for trans peoplebreast cancer exam in 2008. Though Kallio had been living as a man for two year
Discrimination makes navigating cancer a nightmare for trans people
Newsweek / Posted 5 days ago
breast cancer exam in 2008. Though Kallio had been living as a man for two years, he retained breast tissue after his transition, so he continued to receive cancer screenings for traditionally female cancers. A few weeks after the exam, the... Read more
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Philly.com
'Paranoid style' is height of fashion in ClevelandCLEVELAND – If you’ve been around politics for a while, you’ve seen them on the
'Paranoid style' is height of fashion in Cleveland
Philly.com / Posted 7 days ago
CLEVELAND – If you’ve been around politics for a while, you’ve seen them on the farthest edge of any big political shindig. And here they were again: The “New World Order” conspiracy freaks with their patter about the Rockefellers and the... Read more
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Radio Angulo
Investing in the Youth: The Future Is NowWhen, on July 11, 1987, the world reached the landmark population of five billi
Investing in the Youth: The Future Is Now
Radio Angulo / Posted 10 days ago
When, on July 11, 1987, the world reached the landmark population of five billion inhabitants, the need to address population problems and their relationship to socio-economic development was becoming increasingly clear. Thus, the United Nations... Read more
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ESPN FC
Jurgen Klinsmann hails U.S. advances but calls foundation 'fragile'forward for the U.S. as they look to the future. United States coach Jurgen Kl
Jurgen Klinsmann hails U.S. advances but calls foundation 'fragile'
ESPN FC / Posted 11 days ago
forward for the U.S. as they look to the future. United States coach Jurgen Klinsmann has told CNN he believes the foundation for soccer in the United States is "fragile and disconnected" in comparison to some of the systems in place for world... Read more
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News 24 South Africa
The paradox of SASCO ideological and Political statusIn the early 1990s, South Africa experienced economic, social and a political t
The paradox of SASCO ideological and Political status
News 24 South Africa / Posted 13 days ago
In the early 1990s, South Africa experienced economic, social and a political transformation. This brought the significant changes, especially for the black people previously plagued in the despotic regime of apartheid. South Africa Students Congress... Read more
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Bleacher Report
Star Jamyest Williams Dominates at 5'9"5'9", 170 pounds has the kind of frame that typically makes college football co
Star Jamyest Williams Dominates at 5'9"
Bleacher Report / Posted 18 days ago
5'9", 170 pounds has the kind of frame that typically makes college football coaches skip a recruit's film and move on to the next. Four-star corner Jamyest Williams—a player approaching 50 offers heading into his senior season—wears those... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
Republic FC players set aside day jobs to play under lightsCameron Iwasa lives at home with his parents. James Kiffe is still paying stude
Republic FC players set aside day jobs to play under lights
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 23 days ago
Cameron Iwasa lives at home with his parents. James Kiffe is still paying student loans. Alfonso Motagalvan worked as a community college assistant coach. Mackenzie Pridham put a promising entrepreneurial career on hold. Danny Barrera once was so... Read more
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The Forward
Elie Wiesel, the Moral Force Who Made Sure We Will Never ForgetElie Wiesel, the world’s best known and most influential Holocaust survivor, is
Elie Wiesel, the Moral Force Who Made Sure We Will Never Forget
The Forward / Posted 23 days ago
Elie Wiesel, the world’s best known and most influential Holocaust survivor, is no longer. His death 1t 87, announced Saturday, makes us ever more acutely aware that we are coming to the end of an era. Soon, all too soon, there will be no... Read more
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Crain's Chicago Business
Celebrate Independence Day with fireworks, music, historyWhether it's a gala event, a once-in-a-lifetime concert or a hidden gem of a pl
Celebrate Independence Day with fireworks, music, history
Crain's Chicago Business / Posted 27 days ago
Whether it's a gala event, a once-in-a-lifetime concert or a hidden gem of a play, we're here to up your cultural (and fun) IQ. Here are top picks for your cultural calendar for the coming week, the coming month and beyond. 1 I'm willing to bet that... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Factionalism in ANC Fuels Violent ProtestsOn June 20, violent protests broke out in Tshwane, the metropolitan municipalit
Factionalism in ANC Fuels Violent Protests
AllAfrica.com / Posted 28 days ago
On June 20, violent protests broke out in Tshwane, the metropolitan municipality encompassing South Africa's executive capital, Pretoria. The death toll associated with the chaos that ensued cost five people their lives. While violent protests are... Read more
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The New Yorker
Afghanistan’s Theorist-in-ChiefHe reads proposals by applicants competing for the job of mayor of Herat and ch
Afghanistan’s Theorist-in-Chief
The New Yorker / Posted 29 days ago
He reads proposals by applicants competing for the job of mayor of Herat and chooses the winner. He reads presentations by forty-four city engineers for improvements to Greater Kabul. He has been known to write his own talking points and do... Read more
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The Arizona Republic
Scottsdale's Auston Matthews crowned NHL's next starNo. 1 pick had been assigned; a year before that, the hockey world had identifi
Scottsdale's Auston Matthews crowned NHL's next star
The Arizona Republic / Posted 29 days ago
No. 1 pick had been assigned; a year before that, the hockey world had identified the no-brainer recipient. And yet the Toronto Maple Leafs brain trust – the staff tasked with ushering in the game’s newest ready-made star – was anchored to its... Read more
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Bleacher Report
USMNT's Copa Run Leaves a Few Important Questions Moving Forwardof trotting out an experimental side in the third-place game of the Copa Americ
USMNT's Copa Run Leaves a Few Important Questions Moving Forward
Bleacher Report / Posted 30 days ago
of trotting out an experimental side in the third-place game of the Copa America Centenario, United States men's national team manager JurgenKlinsmann opted for a veteran-laden starting XI that produced few positives in a 1-0 defeat to... Read more
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