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The #Tidal press conference raised many more questions than it answered.
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These days, the most interesting thing about late night is the one thing that it has in common with a Presidential election: the race to fill an open chair.
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its the annoyance of one sided men that will follow King Jon Jon Demo and Demo Long live the lost Demos......so we can always see their road of confusion
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An excerpt from the fourth volume of Karl Ove Knausgaard’s six-part series, “My Struggle.”
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 Steve Coll writes: “After six years in office, ... Obama is choosing the risks of nuclear diplomacy over yet more war. It is the best of bad options, but it could be better still.”
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“The horror. It’s all there in the sound of Lubitz breathing. The wind of life, the wind of death.” Philip Gourevitch on the #Germanwings crash.
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Yes +Mariaeugenia Mayer They kill your brain in a way.

 I think if this pilot guy wanted his name to be famous we have to stop discussing this tragedy a lot, although this case should keep being under investigation so this things could be prevented.
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There has been little research to explain why the diversity problem exists and how to address it. A new report, published today, attempts to do just that.
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I speaking to the ethnicities present in those two sports. And the fact that most sports have separate leagues
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A series of experiments over the past year has aimed to create a more accident-proof legal system.
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Nearly every significant initiative of the Obama Presidency faces mortal, or nearly mortal, threats in the courts.
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This week’s cover, “Everybody Who’s Anybody,” by Carter Goodrich: http://nyr.kr/1DjSG8Y
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“Congress is famous now mostly for its dysfunction, but as Reid has shown the Senate can be made to work.” +Jeffrey Toobin on his legacy.
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Hats off Mr . Reid the great senator. In India it is purely judicial collegium. Parliament / Legislature should also parcipate but no politics.
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+Andy Borowitz: “In a history-making decision, Gov. Mike Pence of Indiana has signed into law a bill that officially recognizes stupidity as a religion.” #satire  
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+Rei Alexandra Re: "Prohibits an applicant, employee, or former employee from pursuing certain causes of action against a private employer."

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Matt Black’s portraits of life in Guerrero, Mexico’s poorest state, since forty-three students went missing: http://nyr.kr/1FM5g0X
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