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  • Scientists Prove Low Cost Arthritis Drug Can Effectively Treat Blood Cancer Sufferers
  • How Nitrogen-Fixing Bacteria Sense Iron
  • Millions of Americans’ Medical Images and Data are Available on the Internet. Anyone Can Take a Peek
  • Lawsuit: AT&T Signed Customers Up for DirecTV Now Without Their Knowledge
  • Smart TVs Sending Sensitive User Data to Netflix and Facebook
  • Billions of License Plate Scans are Part of a Private Surveillance Database
  • Clever New DDoS Attack Gets a Lot of Bang for a Hacker's Buck
  • Amazon Tests a One-Tap Review System for Product Feedback
  • ASIC Cracks Online Fraud Syndicate Allegedly Shipping Money Via Crypto
  • LastPass Fixes Bug That Leaks Credentials
  • Call Me Crazy, but Windows 11 Could Run On Linux
  • Facebook Developing Augmented Reality Glasses for 2023-2025 Release
  • Unexpected Periodic Flares May Shed Light on Black Hole Accretion
  • HBO Pays Over $1 Billion for "The Big Bang Theory" Streaming Rights
  • Brain-Reading Tech is Coming but the Law is Not Ready to Protect us
  • NASA Lunar Probe Will Help Search for India's Lost Moon Lander
  • Area 51 'Alienstock' Prompts FAA Ban on Surrounding Airspace
  • The DFAB House Exhibit Opens in New York City
  • Analyzing Poppies to Make Better Drugs
  • AI Neural Network Detects Heart Failure From Single Heartbeat
  • Nerve-Like 'Optical Lace' Gives Robots a Human Touch
  • JUMP Pulled its Bikes From a Number of Markets in the Last Few Months
  • Authorised Pen-Testers Nabbed, Jailed in Iowa Courthouse Break-in Attempt
  • Sad Face: New Zealander Takes Clown to Redundancy Meeting
  • Bone, Not Adrenaline, Drives Fight or Flight Response
  • Consensual Phishing: How to Crack Your Half-Forgotten Crypto Password
  • (Updated) Edward Snowden: "I'm Not Asking for a Pass. What I'm Asking for is a Fair Trial"
  • The Cars Lead Singer Ric Ocasek Dead at 75
  • How Astronomers Detected Water on a Potentially Habitable Exoplanet for the First Time
  • Kickstarter Faces Union Backlash After Firing Two Organizers
  • The Far Side Could Be Back from Extinction, and the Timing's So Right
  • Amazon-Owned Whole Foods is Cutting Medical Benefits for Part-Time Workers
  • Richard M. Stallman Resigns
  • The Eternal Mainframe
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  • Makers of OxiCotin, Purdue Pharma, Files Reorganization Chapter 11 "Bankrupty"
  • WVU Astronomers Help Detect the Most Massive Neutron Star Ever Measured
  • Why You May Have to Wait Longer to Check Out an E-Book from Your Local Library
  • Ten Year Old Proton Radius Mystery Solved - Sadly No New Physics
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  • 64-Core Epyc CPU Encodes 10-bit Color, 8K Resolution H.265/HEVC Video at 79 FPS
  • Is COBOL Holding you Hostage with Math?
  • IOS 13 Exploit Bypasses the Lockscreen for Access to Contacts
  • Microsoft is Working on Foldable Surface Devices With Liquid-Powered Hinges
  • Programming Language Popularity: Python Tightens Its Grip At The Top
  • Time is Running Out for India to Establish Contact With its Lunar Lander
  • Music Publishers Say Peloton Stole Even More Music, Ask for $300 Million
  • Research Shows Open Source Program Offices Improve Software Practices
  • Java Finally Goes All in on Open Source With the Jakarta EE 8 Release
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  • Research Finds Black Carbon Breathed By Mothers Can Cross Into Unborn Children
  • C-Section Babies Have More Potentially Infectious Gut Bacteria
  • AI Can't Protect Us From Deepfakes, Argues New Report
  • Workers Accuse Kickstarter of Union-Busting In Federal Complaint
  • New Eco-Friendly Game Packaging Could Save Tons of Plastic Each Year
  • Apple Is Trying To Trademark 'Slofie'
  • Exposed RDP Servers See 150K Brute-Force Attempts Per Week
  • Facebook Plans Launch of Its Own 'Supreme Court' For Handling Takedown Appeals
  • Programmers Complain that Huawei's Ark Compiler is 'Not Even Half-Finished'
  • India Bans E-cigarettes as Global Vaping Backlash Grows
  • The FBI Tried To Plant a Backdoor in an Encrypted Phone Network
  • California Governor Signs Labor Law, Setting Up Bitter Gig Economy Fight
  • A Lunar Space Elevator Is Actually Feasible and Inexpensive, Scientists Find
  • Amazon Will Soon Let You Make Campaign Contributions Through Your Alexa Device
  • Have Flagship Smartphone Prices Peaked?
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  • Want To Explore Mars? Send Humans To The Moons Of Mars First: Phobos And Deimos
  • Io’s Largest Volcano, Loki, Erupts Every 500 Days. Any Day Now, It’ll Erupt Again.
  • Weekly Space Hangout: September 18, 2019 – Dr. Georgiana Kramer of PSI: Space Dew and Superheroes
  • This Astrophotographer Makes the World Turn and the Sky Stand Still
  • Metallic Asteroids Might Have Had Volcanoes Erupting Molten Iron. That’s So Metal
  • The Most Massive Neutron Star has been Found. It’s ALMOST the Most Massive Neutron Star That’s Even Possible
  • Could We Intercept Interstellar Comet C/2019 Q4 Borisov?
  • Physicists Don’t Know the Mass of a Neutrino, But Now They Know it’s No Larger Than 1 Electron Volt
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  • IT now stands for Intermediate Targets: Tech providers pwned by snoops eyeing up customers – report
  • Gasp! Google Chrome kills uBlock, Adblock ad filters – grab the pitchfo- no wait, it's OK: They were evil fraud clones
  • Remember that security probe that ended with a sheriff cuffing the pen testers? The contract is now public so you can decide who screwed up
  • Class-action sueball over refurbed iThings will ask Apple what 'as good as new' means
  • How long is a lifetime? If you’re Comcast, it’s until a rival quits a city: ISP 'broke' price promise
  • What is Google up to with Anthos? More toys dropped for Kubernetes-style hybrid cloud
  • Woman sues Lyft, says driver gang-raped her at gunpoint – and calls for app safety measures we can't believe aren't already in place
  • Scotiabank slammed for 'muppet-grade security' after internal source code and credentials spill onto open internet
  • GitHub gobbles biz used by NASA, Google, etc to search code for bugs and security holes in Mars rovers, apps...
  • Uni sysadmins, don't relax. Cybercrooks are still after your crown jewels, warns NCSC
  • Backup biz Acronis ascends to unicorndom after $147m splurge led by Goldman Sachs
  • Adobe results show it is still creaming those subscriptions but its share price fell – why?
  • Analytics exec nicked as Ecuador tries to rush through privacy laws after massive data leak
  • Ebuygumm doesn't break t' Nominet rules, eBay and Gumtree told
  • UK.gov confirms: Yes, our former DWP perm sec will join Salesforce
  • Congratulations! You finally have the 10Mbps you're legally entitled to. Too bad that's obsolete
  • Flying priests crop-dust Russian citizens with holy water to make them stop boozing and bonking
  • MPs call for 'immediate' stop to facial recog in UK as report underlines bias risks in 'pre-crime' algos used by coppers
  • Robot Rin Tin Tin can rescue you from that collapsed mine shaft
  • You know SAP's doing a great job when a third of German users say they 'have no confidence in it'
  • Microsoft to improve Azure networking with private links to multi-tenant services
  • How to break out of a hypervisor: Abuse Qemu-KVM on-Linux pre-5.3 – or VMware with an AMD driver
  • Your ugly mug may be scanned yet again – but at least you'll be able to board faster at Gatwick
  • Created to mimic Heroku: Cloud Foundry explained by its chief technology officer
  • If Syria pioneered grain processing by watermill in 350BC, the UK in 2019 can do better... right?
  • Revealed: The 25 most dangerous software bug types – mem corruption, so hot right now
  • This image-recognition roulette is all fun and games... until it labels you a rape suspect, divorcee, or a racial slur
  • You can trust us to run a digital currency – we're Facebook: Exec begs Europe not to ban Libra
  • Not to over-hype this storage chip tech, but if I could get away with calling my first-born '3D NAND', I totally would
  • Scott McNealy gets touchy feely with Trump: Sun cofounder hosts hush-hush reelection fundraiser for President
  • US government sues ex-IT guy for breaking his NDA (Yes, we mean Edward Snowden)
  • We asked for your Fitbit horror stories and, oh wow, did you deliver: Readers sync their teeth into 'junk' gizmos
  • Seriously, this sh!t again? 24m medical records, 700m+ scan pics casually left online
  • DevOps darling GitLab pockets another $268m to be valued at $2.75bn
  • Vulns out of the box: 12 in 13 small biz network devices terribly insecure by default – research
  • Apple tells European Commission it's nutty for slapping €13bn tax bill on Irish subsidiary
  • VMware on AWS: Low-risk option or security blanket for those who don't like change?
  • HP printer small print says kit phones home data on whatever you print – and then some
  • .NET Core 3.0 thought it was all ready for release. And it would have been too, if it weren't for those pesky Visual Studio kids
  • Brit government WLTM one Chief Digi Info Officer
  • UK Home Office web form snafu allows you to both agree and disagree – strongly – all at once
  • Neural networks. Sparse data. TensorFlow. PyTorch. Text mining. Ethics – and lots more. We've got every angle of AI covered at MCubed
  • NASA's lunar spy looks for hide-and-seek champ Vikram, Starliner test success, and more
  • Google age discrimination case: Supervisor called me 'grandpa', engineer claims
  • UK.gov's smart meter cost-benefit analysis for 2019 goes big on cost, easy on the benefits
  • You look like a fungi. Got mushroom in your life to build stuff with mycelium computers?
  • Disney signs on with Microsoft, SQLCMD arrives in Data Studio and Azure goes German
  • First they came for 'face' and I did not speak out because I... have no face? Then they came for 'book'
  • Is it time to update your data warehouse and retool your analytics? Google Cloud's gurus are here to guide you
  • Boffins build AI that can detect cyber-abuse – and if you don't believe us, YOU CAN *%**#* *&**%* #** OFF

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  • CentOS Linux 7 (1908) released
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  • [$] Maintainers Summit topics: pull depth, hardware vulnerabilities, etc.
  • Richard Stallman resigns from the FSF
  • [$] Linus Torvalds on the kernel development community
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  • The 5.3 kernel is out
  • [$] Dealing with automated kernel bug reports
  • FSF News
  • Richard M. Stallman resigns
  • International Day Against DRM (IDAD): Defending the right to read on Oct. 12
  • Early registration open for FSF's licensing seminar on Oct 16 in Raleigh, NC
  • Alexandre Oliva joins Free Software Foundation board of directors
  • Six more devices from ThinkPenguin, Inc. now FSF-certified to Respect Your Freedom
  • FSF job opportunity: campaigns manager
  • OpenStreetMap and Deborah Nicholson win 2018 FSF Awards
  • Seven new devices from ThinkPenguin, Inc. now FSF-certified to Respect Your Freedom
  • Activists and experts gather in Cambridge for ethical tech conference to celebrate software freedom on March 23-24
  • FSF Fiscal Year 2017 Annual Report now available
  • Vikings D8 Mainboard and D8 Workstation now FSF-certified to Respect Your Freedom
  • FSF adds Hyperbola GNU/Linux-libre to list of endorsed GNU/Linux distributions
  • Free Software Foundation receives $1 million from Handshake
  • FSF job opportunity: web developer
  • Keynotes announced for LibrePlanet 2019 free software conference
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  • UAE enlists in US-led naval patrols in Gulf after Saudi Arabia joins
  • Keeps out migrants and... cooks breakfast? Trump says border wall is so hot you can ‘fry an egg’ on it
  • Russian aggression... in a galaxy far away? NATO maritime experts seek to secure mysterious ‘Sea of Asimov’
  • Confess your climate change sins! NBC’s online booth offers more proof eco-activism is becoming a religion
  • The many faces of Justin Trudeau: Canadian PM memed mercilessly after brownface debacle
  • Justin Trudeau insists his ‘brownface incident’ no reason to resign because he is REALLY sorry & promises to do better
  • School shooting fear porn? Gruesome imagery used to get people's attention (and sell clothes) inspires backlash
  • ‘You can start it, but how do you end it?’ Actual war in Gulf would be DEVASTATING and neither Iran nor Saudis really want one
  • ‘Alexa, buy politician X’? ROBOTS could soon be meddling in 2020 election as Amazon allows users to DONATE via voice assistant
  • PSG 3-0 Real Madrid: Paris hammering highlights scale of task facing Zinedine Zidane
  • Bumping into Beckham: UFC champ Khabib meets England legend at PSG-Real Champions League game
  • Riyadh gave NO PROOF Tehran launched oil-plant attack – but still ‘expects US to do its dirty work for them’
  • Who is Robert C. O’Brien: Replacing John Bolton, where does Trump’s new security advisor stand on matters of war and peace?
  • EVERYONE is on the list: Snowden says no ‘innocents’ in mass surveillance world
  • Trump the peacemaker? Donald says attacking Iran would be too ‘EASY,’ calls restraint a ‘sign of strength’ as others drum up WAR
  • The great Brexit exodus? Polish ambassador’s plea to his UK-based citizens to come back home
  • ‘Protect your glass skyscrapers’: Yemen’s Houthis claim to have NEW ATTACK DRONE & threaten UAE with DOZENS OF STRIKES
  • ‘Terrorists didn’t land in Kashmir from the moon’: Polish MEP urges parliament to support India (VIDEO)
  • Attack on Saudi oil facilities an ‘act of war’ by Iran, Pompeo says after Riyadh blames Tehran
  • 30-year mystery solved as South Korea’s worst serial killer likely identified
  • Erdogan says 3m refugees could be returned from Turkey to Syria ‘safe zone’
  • Italian powerboat champion dies in tragic attempt to beat offshore speed record
  • Area 51 has ‘secrets that deserve to be protected,’ US Air Force top brass warns ‘stormers’
  • Master v Apprentice: Ronaldo and Joao Felix go head-to-head in Champions League showdown
  • Germany extends Saudi Arabia arms export embargo passed after Khashoggi murder
  • Saudi Arabia accuses Iran of sponsoring oil-plant attack, says it ‘couldn’t have originated in Yemen’
  • Court releases Moscow protester accused of throwing plastic bottle at police
  • Fed has ‘no stomach’ for doing the right thing of raising rates as crisis ‘worse than 2008’ looms – Peter Schiff
  • Germany extends anti-ISIS mission in Iraq by 1 year
  • Trump to ‘substantially increase’ sanctions on Iran, amid calls for war
  • 'I admit I'm an Instagram addict': Russian world swimming champion opens up on social media life (PHOTOS)
  • Khabib ‘80% certain’ next fight will be in Russia as UFC champ eyes record-smashing home crowd
  • India to boost crude imports from Russia after Saudi oil attacks
  • Trump names new national security advisor to replace Bolton
  • Pakistani PM Khan to urge Trump to restart Afghan peace talks with Taliban
  • BRICS countries will soon account for more than half of the global economy
  • NASA’s Juno probe captures stunning eclipse on Jupiter (PHOTOS)
  • Man has extremely rare ‘devil’s horn’ surgically removed in India (PHOTOS)
  • ‘Insult to British people’: Ex-UK PM Cameron’s claim that Britain needed ‘more’ austerity blasted by Galloway
  • Home comforts: Octagon return for rising Russian UFC star Zabit switched to Moscow
  • ‘Flagrant injustice’: Prominent Russians stand up for jailed actor Pavel Ustinov
  • Over 160 N. Korean crewmembers from poaching vessels detained in Sea of Japan – FSB
  • Ronaldo aiming for as many as EIGHT Ballon d’Or titles to end Messi debate once and for all
  • Russian Tinder killer? Social network VKontakte set to conquer internet speed dating with new ‘Lovina’ app
  • WATCH: Biker plunges off 70ft cliff in horror crash… but somehow survives
  • Up in smoke: India to ban e-cigarettes but not tobacco
  • Former Rangers & Zenit star Fernando Ricksen dies aged 43 after battle with motor neurone disease
  • Sudan’s new PM Hamdok in Egypt to meet with Sisi
  • Huawei to invest $1.5bn in its developer program
  • RT IN THE FINALS OF AIB AWARDS WITH SYRIA, YELLOW VESTS COVERAGE
  • Risk of no-deal Brexit ‘very real’ but would be UK government’s ‘choice’ – EU’s Juncker
  • Less Hulk, more Mrs Doubtfire: Verhofstadt blasts BoJo over Brexit strategy
  • Russia refuses to play musical chairs with America’s debt, continues to dump US Treasuries
  • Pakistan’s Foreign Ministry slams India over Kashmir remarks
  • Iran sends note to US via Swiss embassy, says response to any attack ‘won't be limited to its source’
  • Virtual crimes, worldly laws: Russian lawyers mull penalties for stealing game accounts & digital items
  • Saudi oil outage impact following attacks on refineries not as bad as predicted
  • No Apple Store nearby? Computer hardware STOLEN from India’s first indigenous aircraft carrier
  • French police eject 800 migrants from Dunkirk makeshift camp
  • Saudi Arabia joins US-led naval patrols in Strait of Hormuz
  • WATCH NATO jets shadowing Russian nuke-capable bomber over Baltic Sea
  • Cristiano Ronaldo says greatest goal he's ever scored doesn't beat sex with girlfriend Georgina Rodriguez
  • Big Brother is watching you (from afar): US spies seek long-range facial recognition capabilities
  • US lawsuit against Snowden is a warning to other whistleblowers to keep their mouths shut, says fellow whistleblower
  • Cycle of panic & death: Humankind totally not ready for global pandemic, emergency preparedness group warns
  • Man plows car into lobby of Trump building in upstate New York, then sits quietly on couch (VIDEOS)
  • Facebook will bankroll an ‘independent supreme court’ to moderate your content & set censorship precedents
  • ‘Israel at historic juncture’: Netanyahu refuses to concede as Gantz claims ‘mission accomplished’
  • US Navy confirms leaked ‘UFO videos’ are real & never should have been released to the public
  • ‘Not a House party’: Ex-Trump aide Lewandowski hearing turns into impeachment circus
  • US Sanctions Venezuelan businessmen for alleged food aid scam
  • ‘Very high probability’ Iran behind Saudi attack, say anonymous US officials
  • Israeli election suspense: Even if Netanyahu beats Gantz, forming coalition would be challenging
  • Erling Haaland: Teen ace bags first-half hat-trick on Champions League debut for Salzburg
  • ‘Tremendous concern’: Jordan’s King Abdullah says Israel annexing settlements would be ‘disaster’
  • Spain to hold repeat parliamentary election on November 10 – Acting PM Sanchez
  • WATCH Indian Air Force test-fire homegrown Astra missile from a Russian jet
  • ‘Crazy’ for Polish PM to suggest Nord Stream 2 pipeline is a ‘threat’ to European energy security
  • Fire & EXPLOSION reported at Pemex oil refinery in southern Mexico
  • ‘Pray for CNN’: Network crucified for bashing ‘thoughts and prayers’ tradition
  • Zenit forward Sardar Azmoun scores first goal of Champions League season (VIDEO)
  • Oil supply is back to what it was before the attack, but we don't know yet who is responsible - Saudi energy minister
  • Oh deer: Brexit losing PM Cameron ‘shoots stags and names them after Boris Johnson’
  • US sues Snowden for violating 'CIA & NSA non-disclosure pact' with his new book, but it also wants the proceeds
  • UNSC overcomes China’s veto threat to renew Afghanistan political mission
  • Top Russian public figures demand release of actor jailed for assaulting cop during protest
  • Oil prices falling in wake of report that Saudi output could bounce back in weeks after attack
  • ‘Public disorder and violence’: 100 Lille fans detained in Amsterdam ahead of Champions League clash with Ajax
  • ‘Storm Area 51’ forces shutdown of Nevada airspace to protect top secret facility
  • Is Arsene Wenger on his way to Russia? Shock reports link former Arsenal boss with Spartak Moscow job
  • Malta refuses to accept 90 migrants rescued by Italian coastguard vessel
  • Schools in Russia’s Sevastopol begin teaching Ukrainian language
  • Russia & Iran to switch to SWIFT-free banking system
  • ‘No written plan’: Ireland yet to see Britain’s Brexit proposals, FM says
  • What’s the future of digital currencies and FinTech regulation? Boom Bust explores…
  • India will eventually take control of Pakistan Kashmir, Indian FM predicts
  • Jaws drop online as blue shark paraded through streets of UK town before being cooked and eaten
  • The only candidate wins! EU lawmakers pick Christine Lagarde to head European Central Bank
  • ‘We’ve all accidentally sold weapons’: Truss mocked for ‘inadvertent’ illegal arms sales approval
  • WATCH: Juve star Higuain LOSES IT in training as he kicks coach and destroys advertising board

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  • Iran's Khamenei approved Saudi strike: report
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  • Iran's supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei approved last weekend's attack on Saudi Arabia's oil infrastructure, CBS News reported Wednesday, citing an unnamed US official.
  • Erdogan says 3M refugees could be returned to Syria
  • Erdogan: 3M refugees could go to Syria safe zone
  • Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said Wednesday that up to 3 million Syrian refugees could be returned to a “safe zone” it is seeking to establish in northern Syria.
  • Iran shows Trump it’s too big to be crushed
  • Iran shows Trump it’s too big to be crushed
  • Earlier this year, U.S. President Donald Trump warned that “it’s going to be a bad problem for Iran if something happens.”
  • What will come of Hong Kong’s protests?
  • What will come of Hong Kong’s protests?
  • As tens of thousands of protesters marched down Hennessy Road toward government headquarters Sunday afternoon, chanting pro-democracy slogans and waving American flags, it was an exuberant celebration of this territory’s yearning for freedom.
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  • Nine months after the passage of Law 105 on Missing and Forcibly Disappeared Persons in Lebanon, the Lebanese Justice Ministry nominated 10 individuals, including four women, to serve on the National Commission for the Missing and Forcibly Disappeared.
  • Praise, pause for new photo festival
  • Praise, pause for new photo festival
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  • Lebanon committed to UNSCR 1701: foreign minister
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  • 18 Types of Software Testing You Need to Use for Higher Quality Products
  • Microservices With Node.js: Scalable, Superior, and Secure Apps
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  • Malicious Bots and Trolls Spread Vaccine Misinformation
  • Are Conspiracy Theories on the Rise in the US?
  • ‘A Dumb Thing to Do’: Trudeau Apologizes for Brownface
  • Decades in Prison for Selling Weed, 5 Years’ Probation for Raping a Child?
  • Pastafarian Pastor Leads Prayer at Alaska Government Meeting
  • Does a Picture Show a Shanty Town in Los Angeles?
  • Is This a Photo of Beto O’Rourke After He Peed His Pants?
  • Number of Abortions in US Falls to Lowest Level Since 1973
  • US Says Attack on Saudi Oil Site Was an Iranian ‘Act of War’
  • Trump Bars California from Setting Stricter Fuel Standards
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  • Constance Wu’s Hollywood Destiny 
  • Who Speaks for Crazy Horse?
  • Jonathan Ledgard Believes Imagination Could Save the World
  • The Fight for the Latino Vote in Florida
  • Review: Edward Snowden and the Rise of Whistle-Blower Culture in “Permanent Record”
  • The Amy Sherald Effect
  • Roy DeCarava’s Poetics of Blackness
  • Briefly Noted Book Reviews
  • “Our Boys” and the Economics of Empathy 
  • Susan Sontag and the Unholy Practice of Biography
  • “Ad Astra” and “Monos,” Reviewed
  • Rick and Pete Yorn Revisit the Mix-Tape Era
  • No, James Murdoch Doesn’t Watch “Succession”
  • Dancing with Sean Spicer
  • Notes from the Jazz Age Lawn Party
  • The Democrats’ Trust Exercise
  • Going to the Restaurant, by Jenny Slate
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  • “First Person,” by Eliza Griswold
  • At the Rebooted Pastis, Stick with the Classics
  • Sportin’ Life Embodies the Split Genre of “Porgy and Bess” 
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  • Israel Has Voted—and Netanyahu’s Future Is in Doubt
  • Review: The Wan Faithfulness That Made “The Goldfinch” Movie a Flop
  • The Brexit Agonies of David Cameron
  • In New Mexico, Trump Tries to Explain What He Thinks “the Hispanics” Want
  • The Workplace Pathos of “Party Down”
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  • A Memorial for the Remarkable Martha Gellhorn

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