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More Signs That the Iran Deal Is Going Through http://trib.al/cwvERI4
Both the support lining up for the deal, and the nature of the opposition, indicate its likely success.
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There's no reasons for any more countries to have nukes. It's that simple. They are too dangerous. 
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Halt and Catch Fire: A Show on the Edge of Greatness http://trib.al/35zGJ2u
The AMC drama found its legs in season two, and it could prove a worthy successor to Breaking Bad and Mad Men if it scores a third season.
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LOVE this show. I hope it gets more viewers and has a long run.
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9 Reasons to Support the Iran Deal http://trib.al/XW9yggq
It’s impossible to “solve” the Iranian nuclear threat. This agreement is the next best thing.
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If Congress does nothing, per usual, the deal is not affected at all.
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Two Stories That Are Shaping the Abortion Debate http://trib.al/KUOuhxS
An activist group is trying to discredit Planned Parenthood with covertly recorded videos even as contraception advocates are touting a method that sharply reduces unwanted pregnancies.
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All this nonsense should stop now. Giving rights to women to have abortion
does not mean directing them to have them. It is beyond hypocritical to
leave children on the street without job or home for their parents (or
without parents at all) and ban basic right of every women to have or not
to have baby.
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A Robot That Can Fly Into Volcanoes on the Dark Side of the Moon http://trib.al/A4Ca0YU
NASA is building drones to fly around and look for resources to mine in remote lunar and Martian regions.
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Struggles of the Muslim Pundit: Islam and the Media http://trib.al/PHiQkUs
As various news outlets reacted to the attacks on the office of Charlie Hebdo and the Kosher deli in Paris, producers across America picked up their phones, looking for people to speak for the global Muslim community. When jihadists take lives, Muslim public intellectuals are often asked to explain, make distinctions, or even apologize. Arsalan Iftikhar, Dalia Mogahed, and Reza Aslan share their stories from years spent on speed dial, answering f...
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UnREAL Turned The Bachelor Into Literature http://trib.al/aWoL6Bd
The show, a fiction about a fiction about reality, revels in its own ambiguities.
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The Best Week of Summer in D.C. http://trib.al/0S9M2Mf
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Technology should erase all credit card here and everywhere in the world if
they are charging interest, especially one above their cost. Handling fees
of 2 or 3 % could cover the cost of transition to cash paying. All above
this is war and terror on all working people, it produces fast growing
poverty in America and the world. It's the way to finance the war against
humanity, hard drug use too
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Why Is American Beer So Bland? http://trib.al/pGVQGRa
Blame Prohibitionists, German immigrants, and factory workers who just wanted to drink during their lunch break.
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Lion Item: Cecil Is Great for Rage, Turns out He's Also Great for Raising Cash http://trib.al/Uk5LtbR
The team at Oxford University that was studying him has received more than $780,000 in donations.
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The Future of Women in Work http://trib.al/kq17ZxI
Changes in the demographics of the workforce and the nature of work itself have created both challenges and opportunities for women and their families. Many of the fastest growing workforces, like professional caregiving, have long been associated with women. The rise of freelancing, self-employment, and part-time work has created flexibility in the workforce with significant implications for families, safety nets, and economic mobility. This pan...
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