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"I cast my first ballot during the Second World War, but it was not as significant as my vote this year. My country faces a grave danger: Donald Trump," Roger Angell writes.
My first vote came in 1944. It was a thrilling moment for me, but not as significant as my vote on November 8th this year.
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If the next four years are spent rolling back whatever progress has been made on emissions, then almost certainly the temperature targets set last year in Paris will be breached.
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Not to worry. Trump is already planning how he will make a killing from the misery of others that climate change brings.
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Tinder is going beyond matchmaking. Hear more from C.E.O. Sean Rad at #TNYtechfest on October 7th in New York City. Register now: http://nyer.cm/gpcWqwH
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President Obama’s plan normalized relations with Cuba. Can it also transform the nation?
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Just keep out the Trumps, and others like them. You know what they do.
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@[David Chang] recently wrote about his Unified Theory of Deliciousness. At the New Yorker TechFest, he'll expand on another idea: revolutionizing food delivery. Register here: http://nyer.cm/K1lIQdO
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Hillary Clinton won this debate in many ways, but her attack on his ways of doing business cut deepest: she Romneyed him.
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Hillary is competent, if flawed. Makes Trump look like a self-centered ahole.
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Stewart Butterfield aims to change how we communicate in the workplace. On October 7th, he’ll join us at TechFest, where we will explore the stories behind the technologies that are radically reshaping our lives. Register now: http://nyer.cm/S3EBPP2
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“I I hope that what I conveyed . . . was that the policy I put forward was designed not to take America out of the equation but to remove it as an excuse for Cuba feeling trapped in its past,” President Obama says.
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Twitter's future might be uncertain, but its role in this news-bite-addled Presidential contest of 2016 is settled and firm.
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I've never seen Trump whining so much and resorting to such juvenile fabrications in attacking his opponent. Sad.
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Donald J. Trump's beliefs are repellent even when coherently presented, Adam Gopnik writes.
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I agree, I was watching the debate, and got tired of hearing him! He sounds like a child repeating himself and trouble moving on to the next subject.
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What is it like to play the President? Alfre Woodard, @[Tony Goldwyn], Nick Nolte, and Bill Pullman know first-hand.
Tony Goldwyn is an actor, director, and producer, and currently stars as President Fitzgerald Grant on the ABC drama “Scandal.” He will appear in the upcoming films “Felt,” “Guardians of the Galaxy 2,” and “The Belko Experiment.” His directing credits include “A Walk On the Moon” and “Conviction,” along with episodes of the television shows...
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It has been an appalling campaign. It has been a terrible year. But it was a good debate.
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