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Everything you need to become a better cook. No recipe needed. https://t.co/B1cX2Tw0h6
Jasper Johns's work has managed to speak both to and for America's consciousness for the last 60 years — and he’s not done yet. https://t.co/NRosLOQPnT
A North Carolina elections regulator said that "a coordinated, unlawful and substantially resourced absentee ballot scheme" took place last year in the state's Ninth Congressional District https://t.co/Lat8EZZhJ0
Hackers in Iran and China have stepped up their attacks on U.S. businesses and agencies. Experts say it's because of President Trump's policies. https://t.co/cozWcq72Oj
On Saturday, the Trump Administration and the Venezuelan opposition will try to break Nicolás Maduro's blockade of the border with a delivery of food and medication https://t.co/chH53xnyta
Life without plastic is possible. It's just very hard. https://t.co/jEICwILkFb
A report by a British parliamentary committee suggested legally requiring Facebook and other large internet platforms to remove what the government determines to be harmful content, or risk fines or other punishments https://t.co/RQeL53A6XF
The relationship between Israel and Poland is fraught with a grim historical legacy that often intrudes, as it did again last week https://t.co/gSL2Gne3Hu
Rubén Díaz has had a long history of making offensive remarks about homosexuals, and then ignoring calls to apologize or resign because of them https://t.co/hUEAm3sqPI
Federal health officials are not enforcing requirements for Medicaid coverage of abortion in the limited circumstances where it is legal, congressional investigators have found https://t.co/4RsqwWqkZC
Here's a first look at the cover of Ta-Nehisi Coates’s forthcoming novel, “The Water Dancer” https://t.co/2WqOiuSE4c
For years, Roman Catholic Church leaders have driven gay congregants away in shame. And yet, thousands of ministers are gay men.
Two dozen gay priests have shared with us the stories of their lives in the Catholic closet. https://t.co/a1XqCNv2YO
Fewer than 1% of U.S. doctorates in math are awarded to African-Americans. Dr. Edray Goins earned one of them. https://t.co/GJ6hFGUnaT
Do rivers have a right to flow? Do forests have a right to thrive? Voters in Toledo, Ohio, will soon decide.
Under new guidelines to be released by the New York City Commission on Human Rights, the targeting of people based on their hair or hairstyle, at work, school or in public spaces, will now be considered racial discrimination https://t.co/9ifpSkjRw5
Shinzo Abe, Japan's prime minister, made hats with the slogan "Donald & Shinzo Make Alliance Even Greater." But did he nominate the president for a Nobel Peace Prize? https://t.co/KHKhJykWrE
The Australian government said that a "sophisticated state actor" had hacked the computer networks of Parliament and the major political parties https://t.co/yiaNc6Ob2X
A carpenter from Illinois has delivered 26,274 handmade wooden memorials across the United States, unifying grieving communities after mass shootings, natural disasters and other tragedies. But this time, he didn't have to drive far. https://t.co/yss38KK91L
RT @nytopinion: Seven lawmakers have resigned from Britain's Labour Party to form a centrist group. "There’s nary a fleshed-out policy platform to be found among them," @hackneylad wrote in August of those planning to set up a new party. https://t.co/e5CJmA0GvD
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