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A rotten week for MAGA Republicans’ feeble stunts

Rep. James Comer (R-Ky.), right, the chairman of the House Oversight Committee, and Rep. Jamie Raskin (Md.), the committee's ranking Democrat,...

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Washington Post

Jennifer Rubin

Do Republicans really care about democracy as much as Democrats? No.

Stickers are displayed as the Wayne County Board of Elections prepares absentee ballots in Goldsboro, N.C., on Sept. 22, 2022. (AP Photo/Hannah...

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Washington Post

E.j. Dionne Jr

Two Palestinians killed by Israeli troops in West Bank: Palestinian media

Israeli forces shot dead two Palestinians in the occupied West Bank Sunday, the official Palestinian news agency Wafa reported, as the army...

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Al Monitor

Agence France-Presse

Victoria Beckham Finally Performs With Spice Girls Again After Years of Feuding

LONDON—Victoria Beckham has long refused to take part in any Spice Girls reunion and shot down rumors just this month that the band would get...

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The Daily Beast

Nico Hines

How the Supreme Court could vindicate Bill Barr on obstruction

Attorney General William P. Barr arrives for a White House news conference in 2020. (Jabin Botsford/The Washington Post) Listen 6 min Share Comment...

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Washington Post

Jason Willick

Hinge

A poem for Sunday — with a phrase by Roger Reeves At the long edge of the screen door keeping most of the flies out. At the classroom door, smooth...

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The Atlantic

José A. Rodríguez

Two Palestinians killed by Israeli troops in West Bank: Palestinian ministry

Israeli forces shot dead two Palestinian teenagers in the occupied West Bank Sunday, the Palestinian health ministry said, as the army confirmed it...

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Al Monitor

Agence France-Presse

Why homicide rates are falling across the country

Homicides are falling across the U.S. And that shift could impact the role crime — often a top voter concern — plays as an issue in November's...

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The Hill

Alex Gangitano

There Will Never Be Another John Sterling

The iconic Yankees broadcaster reminds us that what makes us human cannot be imitated. My family never had cable or watched much TV when I was...

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The Atlantic

Yair Rosenberg

How to Look at the World With More Wonder

Culture and entertainment musts from Valerie Trapp This is an edition of The Atlantic Daily, a newsletter that guides you through the biggest...

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The Atlantic

Stephanie Bai

GOP vice presidential hopefuls look for Trump’s golden ticket

Former President Trump may be handing a golden ticket to whomever he picks as his running mate for November, and the Republicans jockeying for his...

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The Hill

Brett Samuels

4 signs your email was written by AI—and why it matters

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Fast Company

Gwen Moran

GPU? TPU? LLM? The AI vocabulary words you need to know

When people unfamiliar with AI envision artificial intelligence, they may imagine Will Smith’s blockbuster I, Robot, the sci-fi thriller Ex...

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Quartz

Laura Bratton And Britney Nguyen

Here’s how to master the skill employers want most

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Fast Company

Rachel Koblic

Give Me Liberty or Give Me … What?

Advertisement Supported by Carlos Lozada By Carlos Lozada Opinion Columnist If the American experiment finally decides to call it quits, how might...

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The New York Times

Carlos Lozada

It’s time to break the cycle of violence in Haiti — without foreign intervention  

This time the solution cannot be a band-aid put in place by outsiders. The stakes are too high.

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The Hill

Dimy Doresca, Opinion Contributor

The best cars from the 1970s

Some of our posts include links to retailers. If you buy something from clicking on one, G/O Media may earn a commission. Because editorial staff...

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Quartz

Owen Bellwood / Jalopnik

A short history of "kill lists," from Nazi Germany to the CIA to Gaza

The Israeli online magazine 972 has published a detailed report on Israel’s use of an artificial intelligence system called Lavender to target...

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Salon

Medea Benjamin

Catalyze your biggest ideas by creating your own ‘in-between space’

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Fast Company

Jim Olson

How global transport is getting greener, safer, and smarter

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Fast Company

Kolawole Samuel Adebayo

Undoing Zionism: “A way to honor my ancestors”

This Monday evening marks the first night of Passover, the Jewish festival celebrating the liberation of the Jewish people from slavery in Egypt....

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Salon

Ruben Brosbe

Drug shortages plague patients. There’s a solution

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Washington Examiner

Henry Miller

Today in Supreme Court History: April 21, 1800

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Reason.com

Josh Blackman

How to stay productive during Mercury’s retrograde

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Fast Company

Avery Morgan

After stormy week in court, weather cancels Trump’s North Carolina rally

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Politico

Natalie Allison

Johnson temporarily dodges ouster vote as House passes foreign aid

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Politico

Olivia Beavers

Biden’s budding behemoth, Trump’s legal spending and other takeaways from campaign finance reports

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Politico

Jessica Piper

Trump’s super PAC has helped foot his legal bills. That might end soon.

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Politico

Jessica Piper

The House TikTok bill just passed. Now what?

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Politico

Rebecca Kern

Chicago is the DNC’s Kind of Town?

I’m old enough to remember the 1968 DNC convention in Chicago, and smart enough to see that Chicago Mayor Brandon Johnson is no Richard J. Daley....

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American Thinker

Clarice Feldman

Readers sound off opposing antisemitism, Columbia student protests and Trump’s parenting

Brooklyn: I would like to correct the misrepresentation of my values that were included in Wednesday’s op-ed (“Councilmember Shahana Hanif ignores...

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NY Daily News

Voice Of The People

3 Lessons for Leaders From Elon Musk's $100 Billion Payday

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Inc.com

Peter Cohan

The Time Trump Claimed He Won a Fake ‘Man of the Year’ Award

Donald Trump’s 2016 campaign and four years in office contained so much daily weirdness, wackiness, and horror that the human brain couldn’t...

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Daily Intelligencer

Benjamin Hart

President Trump Did Not Incite the Jan. 6 Capitol Riot

President Biden and others claim that President Trump incited the Capitol Riot, falsely described as an  “insurrection,” on January 6,...

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American Thinker

Donald W. Bohlken

Some Crude but Worthwhile Tax Solutions

I have had much of my thinking preoccupied with the heart-rending dream of a little farm in the country.  A serviceable house with room for a...

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American Thinker

Spencer D. Miles

AI and the Erosion of Human Worth

The release of Google’s Gemini A.I. image-generator a few weeks ago raised quite a bit of both amusement and disgust.  Among other things, in...

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American Thinker

E.m. Cadwaladr

A portrait of arrogance

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Arkansas Online

John Brummett

Time to go big

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Arkansas Online

Rex Nelson

Voices For a Return to God

The need for a return to God is clearly evident in today’s deranged and dysfunctional world. It is a need, exceeding all others, that must be...

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American Thinker

Anthony J. Deblasi

How To Be the President's Kid

Presidential History Katrina Gulliver | From the May 2024 issue Theodore Roosevelt was president at the start of the Celebrity Age, and at the...

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Reason.com

Katrina Gulliver

Real crimes and misdemeanors: New York needs a rethink about ‘minor’ offenses

The woman and the girl who, days apart, were punched by a maniac in Grand Central Terminal. The women who were punched at random on the streets of...

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NY Daily News

New York Daily News Editorial Board

Need or want?

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Arkansas Online

Mike Masterson

What the Supreme Court case on tent encampments could mean for homeless people

On Monday, the Supreme Court will hear oral arguments for the most consequential case in decades concerning the rights of people experiencing...

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Vox

Rachel M. Cohen

A Rose in winter

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Arkansas Online

Philip Martin

My View: The odds overcome by great athletes are unimaginable

As an owner of two rental units and my own home, I know first-hand that rental housing in New York is too few in number, expensive to maintain…...

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The Buffalo News

The Buffalo News

Clarence Page: A small step toward reversing the decades-long community harm of Chicago’s expressways

When President Joe Biden’s administration last week announced the award of $2 million to help “reconnect” Chicago neighborhoods torn apart by...

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Chicago Tribune

Clarence Page

Criminalization of Indigenous Land Defenders on the Rise, Says UN Report

Indigenous leaders and their water-protector allies set up camp to protest a pipeline in front of the Minnesota Capitol Building. Michael Nigro/AP...

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Mother Jones

Sarah Sax

A former president, a New York courtroom, and a sad American spectacle

Unprecedented doesn’t begin to describe the bizarre moment of seeing a former president stand trial — and it’s only just begun.

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Boston Globe

Renée Graham

The man who made conservatism fun

A PBS documentary about William F. Buckley Jr. conveys both his intellectual force and his joyful charisma.

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Boston Globe

Jeff Jacoby

A new definition of ‘cliff hanger’

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Arkansas Online

Karen Martin

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