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Elizabeth Warren had a plan to take on big banks. In the fight to get it done, she lost her dream job but gained a path to a 2020 presidential run. https://t.co/VurRq6FrpG
RT @NYTStyles: Jonathan Van Ness is ready to tell us more about himself now. https://t.co/L4Cjip1gM6
Rudy Giuliani does not check with President Trump or anyone in the White House before booking himself on television (the White House declined to comment about his appearance this week) https://t.co/sasHX80ssp
Anyone who spends time on the internet knows that disasters are a time for skepticism. But why disasters, specifically? https://t.co/NOEs74qyn3
“He even ran from it a few steps, but death sucked him right back in.” Video showing the last seconds of one man's life in Kabul has seized Afghans with fascination and dread.
Read @MujMash's story and follow him for more coverage from Afghanistan. https://t.co/DawgUI8AwH
New York's list of officially "dangerous" animals could be about to get longer, meaning certain animals can't be kept as pets. Bad news for enthusiasts of arctic and bat-eared foxes, squirrel and capuchin monkeys or African forest elephants, among others. https://t.co/oe2yV84BRz
The first novel from Ta-Nehisi Coates is not a typical first novel, our reviewer writes. It tonally resembles the work of Stephen King as much as it does the work of Toni Morrison or Colson Whitehead. https://t.co/H6y3tzC2mD
“I was crying, I was holding onto her, wrapped her up in a bear hug. I couldn’t get her in the car fast enough to close her in so I wouldn’t lose her again.” https://t.co/lEuN1oRSuh
U.S. forces had stood down by the time President Trump's top aides learned he had canceled a strike on Iran. Here's how that day in June unfolded. https://t.co/ZO5USpR2ll
Electric cars are quiet... too quiet https://t.co/eQ1IyD04IR
It is one thing to try to sell a 30,000 cubic foot rock in a hot real estate market; it’s another thing entirely to try to sell half of one. https://t.co/rG6uiGTmtR
"The growing political extremism that has become apparent in this country did not give me second thoughts about becoming an American. In some ways it made me more committed to the 'work of national importance.'" https://t.co/fMfOM2A1Ps
RT @jackhealyNYT: We have seen the aliens and they are us.
How a 40–person desert town copes with an invasion of alien revelry and galactic hordes of journalists.
News Analysis: Children took to the streets on Friday in global protests to demand action on climate. Next week, the world will get glimpse of how far presidents and prime ministers are willing to go to respond. https://t.co/msPodbz3cX
President Trump dismissed reports that he urged the Ukrainian president to investigate Joe Biden's son. The reports drew strong reactions from top Democrats and, for some, brought a new urgency to calls for Trump's impeachment. https://t.co/riZ1wd7Ur0
Thousands of lawsuits say the weedkiller Roundup causes cancer, but farmers say it's not going away https://t.co/kwND0980Hd
This week in federal court, the rapper 6ix9ine, born Daniel Hernandez and also known as Tekashi 69, detailed an array of what he called “violent crimes, robberies, assaults, drugs, stuff of that nature.” Here are some excerpts. https://t.co/9UnMnu9hMD
RT @ChrisCameronNYT: Last Tuesday I took an oath to support and defend the Constitution of the United States of America against all enemies, foreign and domestic. Read my story about becoming a U.S. citizen while fact checking some of the most important stories in Washington https://t.co/th1bnm6xGF
"How was it possible that these workers in an institution so famously aligned with a collectivist left were not already unionized?" @GiniaNYT looks at an attempt to unionize the Park Slope Food Coop. https://t.co/AJAKe57Tf4
In today's college football, electronic pills to monitor body temperature and goggles that track eye movement are as much a part of the game as helmets and shoulder pads https://t.co/2DzycdjlDB
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