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Texters come in categories, period
I like periods. I like them in emails. I like them in texts. I like them anywhere a thought comes to a close. Once upon a time, those emphatic dots were the workhorses of the punctuation world....
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Kerry says official's 'chickenshit' jibe at Netan...
Secretary of state John Kerry on Thursday condemned as “disgraceful” a description of Israeli prime minister Binyamin Netanyahu as “chickenshit”, attributed to an unnamed US official. Kerry said the...
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Ebola Patient Thomas Duncan Was Portrayed as a Cr...
Health and medicine explained. Thomas Eric Duncan was the first person to die of Ebola in America; Craig Spencer is the first case of Ebola in New York City. With only a handful of cases in the...
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PNoy okays P171B master plan to rebuild Yolanda-h...
Almost a year after the devastation of super typhoon Yolanda, President Benigno S. Aquino III finally approved yesterday the P170.9 billion master plan to rebuild Tacloban’s “ground zero” and...
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Students Bring Out Mattresses In Huge 'Carry That...
College students around the globe brought out mattresses on Wednesday to support Columbia University student Emma Sulkowicz and raise awareness about sexual assault. Carrying the Weight Together, a...
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The David and Goliath exchange, part 1: On Israel...
Professor Joshua Muravchik Joshua Muravchik is a fellow at the Foreign Policy Institute of the Johns Hopkins University School for Advanced International Studies and formerly a resident scholar at...
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Media pounce on Hillary’s jobs gaffe, float Jeb’s...
Hillary Clinton’s gaffe about jobs is resonating for several reasons—not least because the media have decided she’s no Elizabeth Warren. The media narrative du jour is that Hillary is out of step...
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Phony Obamacare perception war: Why the GOP is mo...
The phony Obamacare perception war is officially in full swing. Last week, Karl Rove wrote a conspicuously timed column for the Wall Street Journal arguing that the Affordable Care Act was once again...
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Q&A: Chris Hughes on Tech Entrepreneurs and Phila...
Chris Hughes is a co-founder of Facebook and the publisher of
The New Republic
. He is also one of the standard-bearers for a new generation of data-centric, innovative philanthropists. Mr. Hughes and...
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The Scotsman Games review: Disney Fantasia - Musi...
A fun and inspired technical showpiece for the Kinect let down by a restrictive single player mode. Disney Fantasia - Music Evolved Platform: Xbox One (reviewed) / Xbox 360 WHEN Walt Disney’s...
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Take Sex Assault Probes Off Campus
Not Safe: Would a murder be handled by campus authorities? What happens when institutions or communities don’t want to properly investigate allegations of sexual abuse for fear that it will harm...
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U.S. Department of Education
Richard Dawkins is wrong: Religion is not inheren...
If there’s a single historical moment that captures what the author Karen Armstrong wants to convey in her new book, “Fields of Blood: Religion and the History of Violence,” it’s the Christmas-Day...
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Quartz Weekend Brief—Brazil’s election, SpaceX gr...
Quartz Weekend Brief—Brazil’s election, SpaceX grows up, the breakdown of Liberia, the dental divide Good morning, Quartz readers! While much of the world’s attention has been focused on other...
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Author to visit Johnstown library
Mehigan will read from his latest book, "Accepting the Disaster," on Nov. 2 at 2 p.m. at the library. His first book, "The Optimist," was a finalist for the 2005 Los Angeles Times Book Prize in...
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National Endowment for the Arts
The Services That Prey on Us When We're Most Vuln...
Not all companies are out to get us, but not all have our best interests at heart either. Some industries are particularly happy to take advantage of our misfortunes to make a profit. Here's how to...
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Federal Trade Commission
Mexico's Drug War Is Entering A Dark Phase
The Mexican Drug War, which is approaching its eighth anniversary in December, has spanned two Mexican presidential administrations and resulted in the arrest or death of several high-ranking drug...
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NY Ebola doctor's contacts sought
BBC News - Ebola outbreak: New York doctor's contacts sought For a better experience on your device, try our mobile site. BBC navigation Share this page Tracing Dr Craig Spencer's movements, in 60...
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Doctors Without Borders
Bill de Blasio
New York City
Brush with loss of TV ad support invigorates McCo...
Published: Friday, October 24, 2014, 12:01 a.m. Brush with loss of TV ad support invigorates McConnell’s challenger BOWLING GREEN, Ky. — Last week, the national Democratic Party left Alison...
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Alison Lundergan Grimes
Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee
A Matter of Course: Defending Theory
I have always enjoyed living in the world of theory. I love thinking about abstract philosophical concepts, speculating about the big ideas, and taking theory-focused classes at Wesleyan has only...
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Despite Media, Rightwing Ebola Hype, U.S. Public ...
Washington — Despite media hype, missteps by federal health agencies, and apparent efforts by right-wing and some neo-conservatives to foment fear about the possible spread of the Ebola virus in the...
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