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San Antonio Express-News
Anthony Bourdain says no to dining with Donald Trump: ‘Absolutely f—ing not’foodie told TheWrap when asked if he would care for a private dining session wi
Anthony Bourdain says no to dining with Donald Trump: ‘Absolutely f—ing not’
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 3 hours ago
foodie told TheWrap when asked if he would care for a private dining session with The Donald. “I’ve been a New Yorker most of my life, [and] for better or worse Mr. Trump is a New Yorker,” Bourdain said. “We know him well here. We’ve... Read more
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USA Today
Weekend picks for book loversto the Islamic State by Lawrence Wright; Knopf, 350 pp.; non-fiction A collect
Weekend picks for book lovers
USA Today / Posted 4 hours ago
to the Islamic State by Lawrence Wright; Knopf, 350 pp.; non-fiction A collection of reporting on terrorism for The New Yorker that demonstrates Wright’s knowledge of the national security challenge of our time. USA TODAY says ***½ stars. “Few... Read more
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The Suffolk Times
Guest column: Don't be fooled by equating Clinton with TrumpDemocratic National Convention, “Trump says he wants to run the nation like he’
Guest column: Don't be fooled by equating Clinton with Trump
The Suffolk Times / Posted 6 hours ago
Democratic National Convention, “Trump says he wants to run the nation like he’s run his business. God help us. I’m a New Yorker, and I know a con when I see one.” Then there’s the Donald J. Trump charitable foundation. “Trump’s campaign says... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Call it a drawyes.) Did Trump come across as a bully, a buffoon or both? (Not really. A cynic
Call it a draw
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 9 hours ago
yes.) Did Trump come across as a bully, a buffoon or both? (Not really. A cynic would say he did come across as a New Yorker.) In the crucial first 45 minutes, with viewers open-minded and social media revving up, Clinton largely stuck to... Read more
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The Welwyn & Hatfield Times
Pink Floyd art on show in Datchworthrock group by Barry Miles, a key figure in 1960s London counter-culture who bec
Pink Floyd art on show in Datchworth
The Welwyn & Hatfield Times / Posted 10 hours ago
rock group by Barry Miles, a key figure in 1960s London counter-culture who became a successful writer. Joel, a New Yorker who now lives in St Albans, told the Welwyn Hatfield Times: “He had his finger on the pulse of London. He knew... Read more
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Pitchfork
Steve Reich: The ECM Recordings Album Reviewso fiercely loved by separate and overlapping communities of classical and pop
Steve Reich: The ECM Recordings Album Review
Pitchfork / Posted 13 hours ago
so fiercely loved by separate and overlapping communities of classical and pop artists. In his book The Rest Is Noise, New Yorker critic Alex Ross recalled observing the fast-spreading appeal of this sound, writing that in the ’80s and ’90s,... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
While Trump pleads for black votes, he also flirts with white supremaciststo make some white voters more comfortable with him." Occasional black voices
While Trump pleads for black votes, he also flirts with white supremacists
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 13 hours ago
to make some white voters more comfortable with him." Occasional black voices rise in support of Trump. In August, New Yorker Jamie Douglas challenged The Atlantic's criticism of Trump's black outreach. Douglas said Democrat-fostered... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Why the India-Pakistan war over water is so dangerousin Kashmir. These are significant matters in a nation with its own severe water
Why the India-Pakistan war over water is so dangerous
Chicago Tribune / Posted 19 hours ago
in Kashmir. These are significant matters in a nation with its own severe water stress. According to an estimate by the New Yorker, India boasts 20 percent of the world's population but only 4 percent of its water. Not surprisingly, more than 300... Read more
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Sporting Life
Smullen expects big Almela runup on his third start in a Doncaster maiden before finishing second in a Deauvi
Smullen expects big Almela run
Sporting Life / Posted 20 hours ago
up on his third start in a Doncaster maiden before finishing second in a Deauville Listed event last time.Arthenus and Yorker fly the flag for the raiding party in the Prix Dollar.James Fanshawe's Arthenus is an interesting contender having... Read more
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MPNnow.com
Lane Ranger: New Yorkers clicking in record numbers For the seventh consecutive year, seat belt usage in the state has remained at
Lane Ranger: New Yorkers clicking in record numbers
MPNnow.com / Posted 20 hours ago
For the seventh consecutive year, seat belt usage in the state has remained at or above 90 percent. In fact, 2016’s usage rate of 92 percent matches last year’s all-time high. The Lane Ranger’s no... Read more
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Daily Record
New Jersey woman led fight for 9/11 billof their hijacked plane, which was being diverted to Washington, and overpower
New Jersey woman led fight for 9/11 bill
Daily Record / Posted 20 hours ago
of their hijacked plane, which was being diverted to Washington, and overpower the terrorists. Bill Doyle, a former New Yorker who retired to Florida, lost his son, Joseph “Joey’’ Doyle, in the World Trade Center. Doyle served as database and... Read more
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Madame Noire The Atlanta Post
How One Woman Turned Her Wellness Journey Turned Into A BusinessBefore Jessica Pritchett became a business woman she was on a mission to get he
How One Woman Turned Her Wellness Journey Turned Into A Business
Madame Noire The Atlanta Post / Posted 21 hours ago
Before Jessica Pritchett became a business woman she was on a mission to get healthy. The Connecticut native turned New Yorker had loced her hair, changed her diet and lost over 100 pounds. She also began paying closer attention to not only what she... Read more
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WXII-TV Winston-Salem
WxiiWESH 2 News reporter Talitha Vickers joined WESH 2 News in 2011. The native Ne
Wxii
WXII-TV Winston-Salem / Posted 21 hours ago
WESH 2 News reporter Talitha Vickers joined WESH 2 News in 2011. The native New Yorker began her career as a field producer with New York’s WWOR-TV. She then moved from behind the camera to in front of the camera as a “one man band” at News 12 The... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
Anthony Bourdain Says No to Dining with Donald Trump: ‘Absolutely F—ing Not’foodie told TheWrap when asked if he would care for a private dining session wi
Anthony Bourdain Says No to Dining with Donald Trump: ‘Absolutely F—ing Not’
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 21 hours ago
foodie told TheWrap when asked if he would care for a private dining session with The Donald. “I’ve been a New Yorker most of my life, [and] for better or worse Mr. Trump is a New Yorker,” Bourdain said. “We know him well here. We’ve... Read more
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Houston Chronicle
Anthony Bourdain Says No to Dining with Donald Trump: ‘Absolutely F—ing Not’foodie told TheWrap when asked if he would care for a private dining session wi
Anthony Bourdain Says No to Dining with Donald Trump: ‘Absolutely F—ing Not’
Houston Chronicle / Posted 22 hours ago
foodie told TheWrap when asked if he would care for a private dining session with The Donald. “I’ve been a New Yorker most of my life, [and] for better or worse Mr. Trump is a New Yorker,” Bourdain said. “We know him well here. We’ve... Read more
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iol.co.za
‘Oh, but the ODIs are much better. Watch!’their kids excited about cricket? By bringing them to games and pointing to the
‘Oh, but the ODIs are much better. Watch!’
iol.co.za / Posted 23 hours ago
their kids excited about cricket? By bringing them to games and pointing to their favorite bowler delivering the perfect yorker? At the end of the day, cricket is the same everywhere – a religion, a passion, a way of life – the way people... Read more
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Business Insider
Gary Johnson reportedly once asked an aide: 'Who's Harriet Tubman?'convention center that was named after Harriet Tubman. "Who's Harriet Tubman?"
Gary Johnson reportedly once asked an aide: 'Who's Harriet Tubman?'
Business Insider / Posted 23 hours ago
convention center that was named after Harriet Tubman. "Who's Harriet Tubman?" Johnson asked an aide, according to The New Yorker. The aide had to quietly remind Johnson who Tubman was. Tubman, of course, is an American civil rights icon. Born... Read more
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New York Post
The one thing Lady Gaga needs to do at the Super BowlThe next installment in Lady Gaga’s planned pop redemption has been locked in.
The one thing Lady Gaga needs to do at the Super Bowl
New York Post / Posted 23 hours ago
The next installment in Lady Gaga’s planned pop redemption has been locked in. On Thursday night, the New Yorker (whose fifth album, “Joanne,” is out October 21) confirmed that she will be headlining the Pepsi Zero Sugar Halftime Show at Super Bowl... Read more
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Brisbane Times
While Trump pleads for black votes, he also flirts with white supremaciststo make some white voters more comfortable with him." Occasional black voices
While Trump pleads for black votes, he also flirts with white supremacists
Brisbane Times / Posted yesterday
to make some white voters more comfortable with him." Occasional black voices rise in support of Trump. In August, New Yorker Jamie Douglas challenged The Atlantic's criticism of Trump's black outreach. Douglas said Democrat-fostered... Read more
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The Washington Times
Five times Hillary Clinton has told the press to jump, and they asked, ‘How high?’offensive, it was hard to even comprehend.” Nation magazine said the speech wa
Five times Hillary Clinton has told the press to jump, and they asked, ‘How high?’
The Washington Times / Posted yesterday
offensive, it was hard to even comprehend.” Nation magazine said the speech was “a cynical exploitation of grief.” The New Yorker magazine said her speech was “a weaponization of grief.” Mr. Trump, sensing the double-standard and feeling... Read more
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WA Today
While Trump pleads for black votes, he also flirts with white supremaciststo make some white voters more comfortable with him." Occasional black voices
While Trump pleads for black votes, he also flirts with white supremacists
WA Today / Posted yesterday
to make some white voters more comfortable with him." Occasional black voices rise in support of Trump. In August, New Yorker Jamie Douglas challenged The Atlantic's criticism of Trump's black outreach. Douglas said Democrat-fostered... Read more
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Slate
The Future of Language on the Internet Might Not Include Words at Allcelebrating (or deploring) one of its founding fathers, Choire Sicha, who left
The Future of Language on the Internet Might Not Include Words at All
Slate / Posted yesterday
celebrating (or deploring) one of its founding fathers, Choire Sicha, who left Gawker to create the Awl in 2009. A New Yorker essay from 2013 hails Sicha’s “idiomatic dominion” over the internet, where he pioneered a style at once “candid,”... Read more
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The Age
While Trump pleads for black votes, he also flirts with white supremaciststo make some white voters more comfortable with him." Occasional black voices
While Trump pleads for black votes, he also flirts with white supremacists
The Age / Posted yesterday
to make some white voters more comfortable with him." Occasional black voices rise in support of Trump. In August, New Yorker Jamie Douglas challenged The Atlantic's criticism of Trump's black outreach. Douglas said Democrat-fostered... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Rogers retreats from print in radical media division overhaulreaders got all-you-can-read access to digital editions of more than 100 magazi
Rogers retreats from print in radical media division overhaul
The Globe and Mail / Posted yesterday
readers got all-you-can-read access to digital editions of more than 100 magazines, plus premium titles such as The New Yorker and Sports Illustrated for $5 a month more. The service was renamed Texture a year ago and now offers more than 150... Read more
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CBS Dallas - Fort Worth
Keidel: Is J.J. Watt Already Hall Of Fame-Bound?the question with several more sublime seasons. Jason writes a weekly column f
Keidel: Is J.J. Watt Already Hall Of Fame-Bound?
CBS Dallas - Fort Worth / Posted yesterday
the question with several more sublime seasons. Jason writes a weekly column for CBS Local Sports. He is a native New Yorker, sans the elitist sensibilities, and believes there’s a world west of the Hudson River. A Yankees devotee and Steelers... Read more
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CBS Baltimore
Keidel: Is J.J. Watt Already Hall Of Fame-Bound?the question with several more sublime seasons. Jason writes a weekly column f
Keidel: Is J.J. Watt Already Hall Of Fame-Bound?
CBS Baltimore / Posted yesterday
the question with several more sublime seasons. Jason writes a weekly column for CBS Local Sports. He is a native New Yorker, sans the elitist sensibilities, and believes there’s a world west of the Hudson River. A Yankees devotee and Steelers... Read more
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Canberra Times
While Trump pleads for black votes, he also flirts with white supremaciststo make some white voters more comfortable with him." Occasional black voices
While Trump pleads for black votes, he also flirts with white supremacists
Canberra Times / Posted yesterday
to make some white voters more comfortable with him." Occasional black voices rise in support of Trump. In August, New Yorker Jamie Douglas challenged The Atlantic's criticism of Trump's black outreach. Douglas said Democrat-fostered... Read more
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Sportsnet.ca
Big Papi's finale: What Ortiz has meant to the Red Sox and to BostonDescribed by John Updike as a “lyric little bandbox” almost 60 years ago in the
Big Papi's finale: What Ortiz has meant to the Red Sox and to Boston
Sportsnet.ca / Posted yesterday
Described by John Updike as a “lyric little bandbox” almost 60 years ago in the New Yorker, Fenway Park retains a modern version of that charm. Before each game, the house announcer welcomes fans to “America’s favourite ballpark.” The place knows how... Read more
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The Atlantic
A Japanese Phone Line to Nowhere and Nowhere to Go in Aleppo: The Week in Global-Affairs Writingof ‘elephant,’ in Goldman argot, that could make careers.” The New Star of Ger
A Japanese Phone Line to Nowhere and Nowhere to Go in Aleppo: The Week in Global-Affairs Writing
The Atlantic / Posted yesterday
of ‘elephant,’ in Goldman argot, that could make careers.” The New Star of Germany’s Far Right Thomas Meaney | The New Yorker “For decades, the German far right has been a limited force, with easily recognizable supporters—nicotine-stained... Read more
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Staten Island Advance
NYC's Carnegie Deli to close, report saysLevine told the Post she will continue to license Carnegie Delis in Las Vegas a
NYC's Carnegie Deli to close, report says
Staten Island Advance / Posted yesterday
Levine told the Post she will continue to license Carnegie Delis in Las Vegas and Bethlehem, Pa., and at some sports venues. But for the New Yorker hankering for one of their famed sandwiches or homemade matzo ball soup, it's the end o... Read more
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Slate
Obama Thought Nominating Milquetoasts Would Fix the Judicial Nomination Standoff. Nope!ideological overhaul of the federal bench. A White House official involved in t
Obama Thought Nominating Milquetoasts Would Fix the Judicial Nomination Standoff. Nope!
Slate / Posted yesterday
ideological overhaul of the federal bench. A White House official involved in the selection at the time told the New Yorker: “This is a new way of doing things. This is a post-partisan choice.” Comparing Obama’s selection of the unassuming... Read more
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The Atlantic
Newspapers Take an Unprecedented Stand Against Trumpmagazines. Both subcultures have strengths and weaknesses; and they are very di
Newspapers Take an Unprecedented Stand Against Trump
The Atlantic / Posted yesterday
magazines. Both subcultures have strengths and weaknesses; and they are very different. Of course the staff of The New Yorker thinks you should vote for Hillary Clinton. And lots of smart people work there. Their arguments are worth... Read more
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The Atlantic
In Search of Donald Trump's New York Campaignthat Trump was more optimistic about his chances than he was. “A lot of it here
In Search of Donald Trump's New York Campaign
The Atlantic / Posted yesterday
that Trump was more optimistic about his chances than he was. “A lot of it here is, he considers himself the ultimate New Yorker,” King said. That much was clear from Trump’s speech in Manhattan, where he was accepting the nomination of New... Read more
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KQ2 St. Joseph
Congress has buyer's remorse for overriding vetoChuck Schumer, who is expected to be the next Democratic leader next year, is t
Congress has buyer's remorse for overriding veto
KQ2 St. Joseph / Posted yesterday
Chuck Schumer, who is expected to be the next Democratic leader next year, is the chief sponsor of the legislation. The New Yorker said he was open to changing the law but not in any way that could hurt the 9/11 families, many of whom are his... Read more
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WCYB 5 Tri-Cities
Congress has buyer's remorse over overriding vetoChuck Schumer, who is expected to be the next Democratic leader next year, is t
Congress has buyer's remorse over overriding veto
WCYB 5 Tri-Cities / Posted yesterday
Chuck Schumer, who is expected to be the next Democratic leader next year, is the chief sponsor of the legislation. The New Yorker said he was open to changing the law but not in any way that could hurt the 9/11 families, many of whom are his... Read more
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KECI Missoula
Congress has buyer's remorse over overriding vetoChuck Schumer, who is expected to be the next Democratic leader next year, is t
Congress has buyer's remorse over overriding veto
KECI Missoula / Posted yesterday
Chuck Schumer, who is expected to be the next Democratic leader next year, is the chief sponsor of the legislation. The New Yorker said he was open to changing the law but not in any way that could hurt the 9/11 families, many of whom are his... Read more
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WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey
Congress has buyer's remorse for overriding vetoChuck Schumer, who is expected to be the next Democratic leader next year, is t
Congress has buyer's remorse for overriding veto
WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey / Posted yesterday
Chuck Schumer, who is expected to be the next Democratic leader next year, is the chief sponsor of the legislation. The New Yorker said he was open to changing the law but not in any way that could hurt the 9/11 families, many of whom are his... Read more
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KRBC Abilene & KTAB Abilene
Congress has buyer's remorse for overriding vetoChuck Schumer, who is expected to be the next Democratic leader next year, is t
Congress has buyer's remorse for overriding veto
KRBC Abilene & KTAB Abilene / Posted yesterday
Chuck Schumer, who is expected to be the next Democratic leader next year, is the chief sponsor of the legislation. The New Yorker said he was open to changing the law but not in any way that could hurt the 9/11 families, many of whom are his... Read more
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4029TV KHBS - KHOG Fort Smith - Fayetteville
Congress has buyer's remorse for overriding vetoChuck Schumer, who is expected to be the next Democratic leader next year, is t
Congress has buyer's remorse for overriding veto
4029TV KHBS - KHOG Fort Smith - Fayetteville / Posted yesterday
Chuck Schumer, who is expected to be the next Democratic leader next year, is the chief sponsor of the legislation. The New Yorker said he was open to changing the law but not in any way that could hurt the 9/11 families, many of whom are his... Read more
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KTVZ Bend
Congress has buyer's remorse over overriding vetoChuck Schumer, who is expected to be the next Democratic leader next year, is t
Congress has buyer's remorse over overriding veto
KTVZ Bend / Posted yesterday
Chuck Schumer, who is expected to be the next Democratic leader next year, is the chief sponsor of the legislation. The New Yorker said he was open to changing the law but not in any way that could hurt the 9/11 families, many of whom are his... Read more
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KXLY-TV Spokane
Congress has buyer's remorse for overriding vetoChuck Schumer, who is expected to be the next Democratic leader next year, is t
Congress has buyer's remorse for overriding veto
KXLY-TV Spokane / Posted yesterday
Chuck Schumer, who is expected to be the next Democratic leader next year, is the chief sponsor of the legislation. The New Yorker said he was open to changing the law but not in any way that could hurt the 9/11 families, many of whom are his... Read more
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KRCR TV Redding
Congress has buyer's remorse over overriding vetoChuck Schumer, who is expected to be the next Democratic leader next year, is t
Congress has buyer's remorse over overriding veto
KRCR TV Redding / Posted yesterday
Chuck Schumer, who is expected to be the next Democratic leader next year, is the chief sponsor of the legislation. The New Yorker said he was open to changing the law but not in any way that could hurt the 9/11 families, many of whom are his... Read more
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News Channel 12 New Bern
Congress has buyer's remorse over overriding vetoChuck Schumer, who is expected to be the next Democratic leader next year, is t
Congress has buyer's remorse over overriding veto
News Channel 12 New Bern / Posted yesterday
Chuck Schumer, who is expected to be the next Democratic leader next year, is the chief sponsor of the legislation. The New Yorker said he was open to changing the law but not in any way that could hurt the 9/11 families, many of whom are his... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Black votes matter: Donald Trump and African Americato make some white voters more comfortable with him." Occasional black voices
Black votes matter: Donald Trump and African America
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
to make some white voters more comfortable with him." Occasional black voices rise in support of Trump. In August, New Yorker Jamie Douglas challenged The Atlantic's criticism of Trump's black outreach. Douglas said Democrat-fostered... Read more
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KERA North Texas
Decades-Old Housing Discrimination Case Plagues Donald Trumpavailable, while white people were offered units. Back then, Sheila Morse work
Decades-Old Housing Discrimination Case Plagues Donald Trump
KERA North Texas / Posted yesterday
available, while white people were offered units. Back then, Sheila Morse worked as one of those testers. When a black New Yorker was turned down for service and racial bias was suspected, Morse, who is white, would be dispatched to see if she... Read more
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Beverly Hills Courier
George Christy Talks About The Golden Throne, L.A. Greek Fest, Dr. Harold Karpman and More!as a sculptural readymade … “Cattelan’s solid gold toilet offers a wink and a
George Christy Talks About The Golden Throne, L.A. Greek Fest, Dr. Harold Karpman and More!
Beverly Hills Courier / Posted yesterday
as a sculptural readymade … “Cattelan’s solid gold toilet offers a wink and a nod to the excesses of the market.” A New Yorker art maven named Ann conceded she was nervous about using the facility. While her husband had no qualms, shrugging that... Read more
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CNN
Why is Gary Johnson still in the race?polling threshold needed to muscle his way into the debates between Clinton and
Why is Gary Johnson still in the race?
CNN / Posted yesterday
polling threshold needed to muscle his way into the debates between Clinton and Trump. Back in June, Johnson told The New Yorker that if he missed what he called the political "Super Bowl" — "There's no way to win." There are reasons -- beyond... Read more
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Mashable
'USA Today's' first endorsement in history is for anyone but Donald Trumphandful for Trump, according to one journalist. Trump endorsed by 4 papers. On
'USA Today's' first endorsement in history is for anyone but Donald Trump
Mashable / Posted yesterday
handful for Trump, according to one journalist. Trump endorsed by 4 papers. One owned by his son-in-law, one is Nat Enquirer. Clinton is endorsed by 80, including many conservative ones. In other news, this is how The New Yorker will look next we... Read more
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FOX 43 Harrisburg
Congressional leaders concede changes should be made to 9/11 law Obama vetoedChuck Schumer, who is expected to be the next Democratic leader next year, is t
Congressional leaders concede changes should be made to 9/11 law Obama vetoed
FOX 43 Harrisburg / Posted yesterday
Chuck Schumer, who is expected to be the next Democratic leader next year, is the chief sponsor of the legislation. The New Yorker said he was open to changing the law but not in any way that could hurt the 9/11 families, many of whom are his... Read more
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MPNnow.com
Plumb announces debates with Reed in 23rd Congressional DistrictReed's campaign spokeswoman, in a release about the ad. "It is only fair that v
Plumb announces debates with Reed in 23rd Congressional District
MPNnow.com / Posted yesterday
Reed's campaign spokeswoman, in a release about the ad. "It is only fair that voters see that John Plumb is not a true New Yorker. 'DC John' only returned to New York to further his political career as a D.C. insider, and his residence here is only... Read more
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