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Talking With Martin O'Malley: Reform, or Pitchforks? http://trib.al/ubHVkIa
An underdog (potential) candidate makes the case for a new approach
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The Hamburglar Is Dead. Long Live the Hamburglar. http://trib.al/ftRtl49
McDonald’s has reinvented its teeny, bestriped mascot as a suburban father with a fedora and a winning smile.
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more likely that their sales are falling and they need some new "fresh" marketing campaign to try and renew intrests. Good luck you rancid chicken rearing, pink slime creating, minimum wage paying oligarchs at mcdonalds. your days are numbered... LOCAL FOOD IS THE BEST FOOD MAN!
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What's the Right Penalty For Having Sex on the Beach in Florida? http://trib.al/44BnECk
The correct answer is being mocked on Fark.com. But Sunshine State officials believe that up to 15 years in prison and a spot on the sex-offender registry is appropriate.
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'The American Prospect' Turns 25 and Has a Very Strong New Issue http://trib.al/0ari3R1
The strange and striking resonance between the politics of the post-Reagan era and what the first post-Obama president will confront
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'The Most Beautiful Sound in the Canadian Rockies is Silence' http://trib.al/KIQWXM2
"I'm 88. I call it my piano years," Edward Hunter, a life-long skiier, says in this soulful documentary by Sherpas Cinema. "There are 88 keys. Some black, some white, but they all work together for harmony. I hope I've had some harmony in my life." Hunter has ridden the slopes of Banff National Park's Mt. Norquay for more than eight decades. He has a remarkable, intimate connection to the mountains he calls home. "I feel good in the morning when ...
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The Premeditated Germanwings Crash http://trib.al/2YvyXDg
According to French investigators, co-pilot Andreas Lubitz practiced the maneuvers that brought down the doomed plane on an earlier flight.
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Bill Gates' Quest to Determine Why Children Are Dying http://trib.al/bbHTELP
An interview with Gates about why so many newborns die in developing countries, and what he thinks he can do about it.
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Deflategate's 'More Probable Than Not' Conclusion http://trib.al/Ox74sg4
An NFL investigation suggests that the New England Patriots may have made 'a deliberate effort' to deflate footballs during the AFC Championship Game in January.
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The 11 offensive cheaters of New England.* Thank goodness they're not real patriots.
* Really offensive, too.
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Sufjan Stevens, Sovereign of Sorrow http://trib.al/mQIUVoF
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The Chinese Art of the Crowd http://trib.al/fez2WNo
After viewing news photographs from China for years, one of my favorite visual themes is "large crowds in formation."
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The Election in Which Eric Garner's Death Didn't Matter http://trib.al/W6ojeqr
District Attorney Dan Donovan sailed to victory in a special race for Congress on Staten Island, and the police-violence case was hardly an issue.
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He'll fit right in alongside all the other bigots and reactionaries that is today's republican party.
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Writers Should Look for What Others Don't See http://trib.al/Y3UlpEd
The Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Charles Simic discusses the importance of noticing hidden truths—from the horrors of war to the mundane aspects of daily life.
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