The Amnesiac Vogue in American Politics

Joe Biden wants to move on. Mark Halperin wants to come back. Donald Trump is Donald Trump. They’re all missing the point of true reckonings. Megan Garber May 14, 2019 Mark Halperin, after being accused of sexual harassment in 2017, is attempting to make a comeback to punditry with the help of his network of…

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Prognosis: Biden’s been in politics longer than any US presidential nominee ever. Right here’s why that matters

Prognosis: Biden’s been in politics longer than any US presidential nominee ever. Right here’s why that matters

(CNN)If Democrats pick Joe Biden as their next presidential nominee, he will set a new standard for political longevity. In the process, he will provoke complex questions about relevance, age and shifting political attitudes in the US.Should Biden prevail next year, he would become the Democratic nominee exactly 50 years after he won his first…

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Inside Jared Kushner’s two missions very no longer going

Immigration reform and Middle East peace present massive political hurdles, and some lawmakers are already calling White House senior adviser Jared Kushner’s efforts dead on arrival. | Jemal Countess/Getty Images White House Brimming with self-confidence, the first son-in-law is attempting two of the heaviest lifts in politics. As President Donald Trump launches his re-election bid,…

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The pro-EU parties’ failure to agree a joint by-election candidate would possibly maybe well even be a label of things to approach

Pro-EU parties including the Liberal Democrats, Green Party and Change UK had hoped to unite to form an alliance for next month’s by-election in Peterborough, knowing that they would split the Remain vote if they all put up candidates. The attempt failed, though, when the candidate they had agreed to back, young pro-referendum campaigner Femi Oluwole, pulled…

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Stout White Household Is Trying to Open a Riot, Messily

ImageClockwise from bottom left: Nathan Saoudi, Sam Toms, Adam J. Harmer, Alex White, Adam Brennan and Lias Saoudi of Fat White Family.CreditCreditSuzanne Plunkett for The New York TimesLONDON — On a recent afternoon, four members of the band Fat White Family were sitting in an East London cafe, dressed, as always, like they’ve been riffling…

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Caster Semenya and the Bent Politics of Testosterone

Caster Semenya and the Bent Politics of Testosterone

The ruling that Olympic gold medalist Caster Semenya will need to take testosterone suppressants is already affecting other runners.Martin Rickett/PA Images/Getty ImagesOlympic gold medalist Caster Semenya received bad news about her racing career last week, news that centered on the particulars of her body. Those probing, intimate details shaped a controversial rule of the International…

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Russiagate: Law within the Service of Partisan Politics

Russiagate: Law within the Service of Partisan Politics

(Jonathan Ernst/Reuters) This is an exquisitely planned political campaign. Russiagate has always been a political narrative masquerading as a federal investigation. Its objective, plain and simple, has been twofold: first, to hamstring Donald Trump’s capacity to press the agenda on which he ran (immigration enforcement, conservative judicial nominees, deregulation, and a military build-up, along with…

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The politics of suburbia in Europe

FROM MAY 23rd to 26th, voters in the EU will elect a new European Parliament. But where is the bellwether? What sort of place, on a sprawling and diverse continent, reveals its overall state of mind? The crucial divide used to be left versus right. Areas with co-operative or working-class economic traditions (Emilia Romagna in…

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Giuliani Plans Ukraine Plug back and forth to Push for Inquiries That Might perchance perchance well Abet Trump

Giuliani Plans Ukraine Plug back and forth to Push for Inquiries That Might perchance perchance well Abet Trump

ImageRudolph W. Giuliani, President Trump’s personal lawyer, plans to travel to Kiev, the Ukrainian capital, in coming days.CreditCreditDoug Mills/The New York TimesWASHINGTON — Rudolph W. Giuliani, President Trump’s personal lawyer, is encouraging Ukraine to wade further into sensitive political issues in the United States, seeking to push the incoming government in Kiev to press ahead…

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These Female Veterans Reached Congress. Now They Deserve to Recruit Others.

These Female Veterans Reached Congress. Now They Deserve to Recruit Others.

ImageRepresentative Mikie Sherrill, left, and Representative Abigail Spanberger, right, on Capitol Hill in 2019. In recent years, new veterans’ groups have become more engaged in electoral politics.CreditCreditErin Schaff for The New York TimesWASHINGTON — Marrying the growing political muscle of women and veterans in American politics, a group of female freshman lawmakers who served in…

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Politics this week

America sent an aircraft-carrier group to the Middle East in response to “troubling and escalatory” signs that Iran might attack American forces in the region. Iran, meanwhile, said it would no longer abide by all of the terms of the nuclear deal it signed with America and other world powers in 2015. America withdrew from…

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This site uses cookies to enhance your reading experience. By using this site, you consent to our use of cookies.OkayGood morning! Next week will mark 50 years since Neil Young & Crazy Horse released the album “Everybody Knows This is Nowhere,” so we’ll start celebrating early with today’s intro tune…1 big thing: The future of…

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Welcome back!Situational awareness: Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (AOC) is in talks with documentary filmmaker Rachel Lears about a new project that would chronicle the freshman Democrat’s Green New Deal policy movement, per a scoop by Axios’ Sara Fischer and Alexi McCammond.Plus, hat tip to DJ @JakeRudh’s Twitter feed that reminded me last weekend marked 40 years…

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Critic’s Pocket e book: The Broadway Musical Has a Man Topic

Critic’s Pocket e book: The Broadway Musical Has a Man Topic

Critic’s NotebookImageCreditCreditJohanna GoodmanOne of the greatest pleasures to be found on Broadway is the illusion of the past being magically transported into the present. We get the feeling whenever a classic is capably revived, though these days Broadway seems to want to conjure it from everything — ’80s movies, a children’s cartoon about an underwater…

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This site uses cookies to enhance your reading experience. By using this site, you consent to our use of cookies.OkayGood morning. A fun fact about me is that both my parents are horse veterinarians. I won’t tell you their take on the Kentucky Derby results, but I will say that they never expected the derby…

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Biden Faces Conflict of Passion Questions That Are Being Promoted by Trump and Allies

Biden Faces Conflict of Passion Questions That Are Being Promoted by Trump and Allies

ImageVice President Joseph R. Biden Jr. in 2017 in Kiev, Ukraine. The renewed scrutiny of Hunter Biden’s work in Ukraine is entangled in politics on both sides of the Atlantic.CreditCreditGenya Savilov/Agence France-Presse — Getty ImagesWASHINGTON — It was a foreign policy role Joseph R. Biden Jr. enthusiastically embraced during his vice presidency: browbeating Ukraine’s notoriously…

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Politics this week

Juan Guaidó, who is recognised as interim president of Venezuela by many democracies, appeared outside an air-force base in Caracas and urged the armed forces to overthrow the socialist dictatorship of Nicolás Maduro. Leopoldo López, an opposition figure kept under house arrest by the regime, appeared with Mr Guaidó after being freed by security personnel.…

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The Interpreter: ‘Overrun,’ ‘Outbred,’ ‘Replaced’: Why Ethnic Majorities Lash Out Over Spurious Fears

The Interpreter: ‘Overrun,’ ‘Outbred,’ ‘Replaced’: Why Ethnic Majorities Lash Out Over Spurious Fears

The InterpreterImageBuddhist monks studying in Colombo, Sri Lanka. Though the Sinhalese, who are mostly Buddhist, make up three-quarters of the population and dominate politics, many see themselves as an embattled minority.CreditCreditAdam Dean for The New York TimesAsk a member of Sri Lanka’s dominant ethnic group why the country seems plagued by racial and religious strife,…

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This site uses cookies to enhance your reading experience. By using this site, you consent to our use of cookies.OkayGood morning, and welcome back to another Monday. My latest Harder Line column is my last dispatch from Australia, where I delve into the technology considered essential to really unlock wind and solar. I’ll share a glimpse…

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An Surprising Fresh That’s Remaking American Politics

An Surprising Fresh That’s Remaking American Politics

At the annual National Republican Congressional Committee dinner in Washington this month, President Donald Trump made news with some curious remarks about wind power. What went viral was his untrue suggestion that the noise from wind turbines causes cancer, but his warning that home values instantly plunge 75 percent when a windmill is built nearby…

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Map of landmines: How Brexit would possibly maybe maybe also reduction the Scottish independence quest

EDINBURGH (Reuters) – Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon’s plans to lead her nation to independence from the United Kingdom have been muddled by Brexit, but the whirlwind at the centre of British politics may yet advance her cause. FILE PHOTO: A Scottish flag flies between British Union Jack flag and European Union flag outside the Scottish Parliament in Edinburgh, Scotland, Britain,…

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Not at all seen a dirtier marketing campaign: Plibersek

Not at all seen a dirtier marketing campaign: Plibersek

news, nationalScott Morrison and Bill Shorten both decided to warm up for their first leaders debate by preaching to the party faithful rather than subjecting themselves to the daily quizzing from their respective travelling media packs. The prime minister and his Labor rival are both jetting off to Perth for their first face-to-face confrontation of…

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On Politics With Lisa Lerer: The Buttigieg Boomlet

On Politics With Lisa Lerer: The Buttigieg Boomlet

On Politics With Lisa LererImageCreditCreditSwikar Patel for The New York TimesHi. Welcome to On Politics, your guide to the day in national politics. I’m Lisa Lerer, your host.[Get On Politics delivered to your inbox.]He’s the “hottest candidate in the 2020 race,” according to CNN. New Yorkers love him more than their own mayor. And then,…

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This site uses cookies to enhance your reading experience. By using this site, you consent to our use of cookies.OkaySituational awareness: UCLA and Cal State L.A. have quarantined more than 200 students and staff to stop a measles outbreak from spreading, the LA Times reports.1 big thing: When an expensive drug turns out to be…

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How She The Folks Is Changing Politics

How She The Folks Is Changing Politics

The crowd turned out in force to watch eight Democratic presidential hopefuls – Senator Cory Booker, former HUD Secretary Julian Castro, Rep. Tulsi Gabbard, Senator Kamala Harris, Senator Amy Klobuchar, former Rep. Beto O’Rourke, Senator Bernie Sanders and Senator Elizabeth Warren – ask for their vote. But it began with a preacher’s rousing call. Reverend…

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Politics this week

Politics this week

Jihadists in Sri Lanka suicide-bombed three churches and three hotels on Easter Sunday, killing more than 350 people. Islamic State claimed responsibility. The Sri Lankan authorities blamed a little-known local group, which they say may have had external help. The government received several detailed warnings, but does not seem to have acted on them. The…

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This site uses cookies to enhance your reading experience. By using this site, you consent to our use of cookies.OkayGood morning. Here’s to hoping that today’s health care news is that the pollen count is lower than yesterday’s. 1 big thing: Everything’s deadlier in the SouthThe death rates in the U.S. from pretty much every…

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Why Zombie Politics Resonate

Why Zombie Politics Resonate

Game of Thrones (HBO) Both Game of Thrones and The Walking Dead are obliged by the nature of their dramatic structures to consider the fundamental questions of politics, and both invite deeply conservative interpretations. Conservatives are acutely aware of our pop-cultural deficit, and sometimes argue that we need more conservative stories on film, on television,…

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Divided on Impeachment, Democrats Battle With Accountability and Politics

Divided on Impeachment, Democrats Battle With Accountability and Politics

ImageRepresentative Jamie Raskin, Democrat of Maryland, said he believed that the obstructionist behavior outlined in the Mueller report constituted impeachable offenses, but was not convinced they warranted proceeding with an impeachment.CreditCreditErin Schaff for The New York TimesWASHINGTON — As Speaker Nancy Pelosi urges caution on impeachment, rank-and-file House Democrats are agonizing over the prospect of…

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Divided on Impeachment, Democrats Struggle With Duty and Politics

Divided on Impeachment, Democrats Struggle With Duty and Politics

ImageRepresentative Jamie Raskin, Democrat of Maryland, said he believed that the obstructionist behavior outlined in the Mueller report constituted impeachable offenses, but was not convinced they warranted proceeding with an impeachment.CreditCreditErin Schaff for The New York TimesWASHINGTON — As Speaker Nancy Pelosi urges caution on impeachment, rank-and-file House Democrats are agonizing over the prospect of…

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They’re going to ‘Terrorize the Neighbors’: San Francisco’s Richest Screech to Fight Newly Authorized Homeless Shelter

They’re going to ‘Terrorize the Neighbors’: San Francisco’s Richest Screech to Fight Newly Authorized Homeless Shelter

Opponents of the Embacardero homeless navigation center protest its construction in San Francisco.Photo: Patrick Howell O’Neill (Gizmodo)Usually, the building of a homeless center is just local politics. When it happens in San Francisco, the whole country takes notice.After five hours of contentious public debate on Tuesday night, which was preceded by six weeks of controversy,…

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Expert says Israeli politics getting as atrocious as U.S.

Expert says Israeli politics getting as atrocious as U.S.

As Israel’s 2019 election winners move from campaigning to coalition-building – and the country takes its Passover break to recover from what was one of its nastiest elections ever – analysts are looking back at the 100 days of campaigning and asking themselves: “What just happened?”According to Dr. Gabriel Weimann, a professor of communication at…

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Screenland: Alex Jones Below Oath Is an Antidote to a ‘Put up-Truth’ Age

Screenland: Alex Jones Below Oath Is an Antidote to a ‘Put up-Truth’ Age

ScreenlandImageFive days after Attorney General William Barr released his expectation-deflating summary of the investigation into the Trump campaign’s suspected Russia connections, a pair of videos appeared on YouTube, labeled “Alex Jones / Sandy Hook Video Deposition.” The hundreds of thousands of views those videos have accumulated attest to their appeal as a #Resistance consolation prize:…

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There’s a Bigger Prize Than Impeachment

There’s a Bigger Prize Than Impeachment

Opinion|There’s a Bigger Prize Than ImpeachmentKeeping Trump in office will destroy the Republican Party.By Joe LockhartMr. Lockhart served as White House press secretary from 1998 to 2000.April 22, 2019ImagePresident Donald Trump.CreditCreditDoug Mills/The New York TimesIn the fall of 1998, Erskine Bowles, the White House chief of staff, traveled to Capitol Hill to meet with the…

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Prognosis: Three takeaways on Mueller Represent Day

Prognosis: Three takeaways on Mueller Represent Day

(CNN)It’s one of the most consequential days in recent memory in Washington, as the results of special counsel Robert Mueller’s nearly-two-year-long investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election are released to the public. We’re covering it all here. And I’m watching and reading it all — from Attorney General William Barr’s press conference on…

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The Argument: Which 2020 Underdogs Stand a Probability?

The Argument: Which 2020 Underdogs Stand a Probability?

The ArgumentApril 17, 2019Which 2020 Underdogs Stand a Chance?April 4, 2019Should Biden Run?March 28, 2019Who Botched the Mueller Report?March 21, 2019Is Trump Causing White Terrorism?March 13, 2019One-on-One With Elizabeth WarrenMarch 7, 2019How Does the Catholic Church Redeem Itself?February 28, 2019Will Michael Cohen’s Testimony Doom Trump?February 21, 2019Is Trump the Real National Emergency?February 14, 2019Is the…

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Politics this week

Notre Dame, a medieval cathedral immortalised by Victor Hugo, Hollywood and innumerable tourist selfies, caught fire. More than 400 firefighters brought the blaze under control, but the roof is gone, and with it the spire. The interior damage is extensive, but many artefacts and relics, including a supposed part of Jesus’s crown of thorns, were…

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Is This the Slay of the Line for Nationalism in Australia?

Is This the Slay of the Line for Nationalism in Australia?

If this political moment lasts, the country’s conservative movement could be transformed.By Waleed AlyMr. Aly lectures on politics at Monash University in Melbourne, Australia.April 16, 2019ImageProtesters in Melbourne, Australia marched at a Stand Against Racism and Islamophobia rally in March.CreditCreditScott Barbour/Getty ImagesMELBOURNE, Australia — Just two months ago, Australia seemed destined for what the country’s…

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‘I’m agreeable looking forward to an reply’: Migrant teams press U.S. to fragment DNA data to establish these lost on Mexican border

Boulder, Colo., 2018: Irma Carrillo holds up a hand-drawn picture of her heart with two holes in it, representing her two children, who have been missing since 1999. She is speaking at a hearing of the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights, where advocacy groups have been pressing for access to an FBI DNA database to…

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The Opportunity of White Awe

Photo: Joe Raedle/Getty Images There are times when it feels as if two huge tectonic plates are colliding beneath the surface of Western politics, and, right now, neither seems to be giving ground. The first plate is the force of demography. In most Western countries, the pace of immigration from the fast-growing and ever-younger global…

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How Eleanor Roosevelt Revolutionized Politics

“This country,” Margaret Fuller wrote in the middle of the nineteenth century as she considered what makes a great leader, “needs… no thin Idealist, no coarse Realist, but a man whose eye reads the heavens, while his feet step firmly on the ground, and his hands are strong and dexterous for the use of human…

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Our Disgrace on the Border

The agony of the refugee and the posturing of showbiz politicians.April 11, 2019ImageCentral American migrants in an enclosure in El Paso where they were being held by Customs and Border Protection.CreditCreditJose Luis Gonzalez/ReutersSuppose one night there is a knock on your door. You open it to find 100 bedraggled families shivering in your yard —…

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12 Years Of Disruption: A Wikileaks Timeline

Wikileaks founder Julian Assange appears at the window of the balcony prior to making an address to the media at the Embassy of Ecuador in London on May 19, 2017. Justin Tallis/AFP/Getty Images hide caption toggle caption Justin Tallis/AFP/Getty Images Wikileaks founder Julian Assange appears at the window of the balcony prior to making an…

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Politics would possibly perhaps perhaps well moreover upend worldwide alternate in uncommon earth points

Hills of radioactive residue, covered in black sheeting, are stored at Lynas’s facility in Malaysia.PHOTO: SAVE MALAYSIA STOP LYNAS Companies and governments worldwide are anxiously watching the fate of a sprawling industrial facility 30 kilometers north of this city on the east coast of peninsular Malaysia.The 100-hectare Lynas Advanced Materials Plant (LAMP) produces 10% of…

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Following months of mass protests in Sudan, it appeared that Omar al-Bashir had been ousted as president by the army. Mr al-Bashir had misruled since taking power in a coup in 1989. His civil war against non-Muslim black Africans ended with the secession of South Sudan. Separately, the International Criminal Court charged him with overseeing…

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As Sanders Calls For ‘Medicare-For-All,’ A Twist On That Conception Beneficial properties Traction

Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., introduced the Medicare for All Act of 2019 on Capitol Hill Wednesday. Manuel Balce Ceneta/AP hide caption toggle caption Manuel Balce Ceneta/AP Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., introduced the Medicare for All Act of 2019 on Capitol Hill Wednesday. Manuel Balce Ceneta/AP As Democratic candidates for president try to walk a political…

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Israel’s Lesson for the Democrats in 2020

Opinion|Israel’s Lesson for the Democrats in 2020The election was a referendum on Netanyahu and he nailed it. His playbook will be Trump’s in 2020.. April 10, 2019ImageLeftover campaign materials after Benjamin Netanyahu’s election night party.CreditCreditJack Guez/Agence France-Presse — Getty ImagesTEL AVIV — It was a referendum on him and he nailed it. Nobody can take…

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This site uses cookies to enhance your reading experience. By using this site, you consent to our use of cookies.OkayHello! D.C. readers: You’re invited to Shifting the Wellness Paradigm, tomorrow at 8am. Join Axios’ Mike Allen for a series of conversations exploring medical marijuana’s role in shaping the future of health and wellness. RSVP. And onto music. Today marks the 50th anniversary…

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This site uses cookies to enhance your reading experience. By using this site, you consent to our use of cookies.OkayGood morning! In case you missed it: I went on NPR’s “Weekend Edition” to talk about Shell leaving a Washington trade group.Officially launching tomorrow is Axios Space, your new weekly missive covering the latest in the trends,…

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Juan Williams: McConnell’s hypocrisy on the courts

What is making Mitch McConnellAddison (Mitch) Mitchell McConnellLegislation slows to crawl in divided Washington Former Democratic aide pleads guilty to doxing GOP senators attending Kavanaugh hearing GOP gets used to saying ‘no’ to Trump MORE run like crazy?Last month McConnell (R-Ky.), the Senate majority leader, blocked a Senate vote on a House bill to expand…

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The Upward thrust and Upward thrust of the Turkish Merely

The opposition parties challenging President Recep Tayyip Erdogan offer another version of the right-wing nationalism of his party and its nationalist partner.By Halil M. KaraveliMr. Karaveli is the author of “Why Turkey Is Authoritarian: From Ataturk to Erdogan.”April 8, 2019ImageMansur Yavas campaigning for mayor in Ankara, Turkey, in March.CreditCreditRasit Aydogan/Anadolu Agency, via Getty ImagesSince March…

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Democrats Rethink the Demise Penalty, and Its Politics.

ImageSince Gov. Gavin Newsom signed an executive order placing a moratorium on captial punishment in March, Democratic candidates for president have lined up to support it.CreditCreditRich Pedroncelli/Associated PressLOS ANGELES — By signing an executive order, Gov. Gavin Newsom of California recently ended the threat of execution as long as he is in office for the…

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This Man Is the President’s Accepted Meme-Maker

This Man Is the President’s Accepted Meme-Maker

A stay-at-home dad in Kansas reveals how the lines have blurred between viral trolling and the business of politics.April 6, 2019ImageA screenshot of a video meme created by ““CarpeDonktum.”CreditCredit“CarpeDonktum” Welcome to 2019, where it takes just 19 hours for a faked homemade video of Joe Biden to travel from the keyboard of a pseudonymous “memesmith”…

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Lori Lightfoot Is a Pragmatist. Chicago Wants a Revolution.

Lori Lightfoot Is a Pragmatist. Chicago Wants a Revolution.

Chicago mayor-elect Lori Lightfoot. Photo: Kamil Krzaczynski/AFP/Getty Images Chicago voters on Tuesday elected the city’s first black woman mayor, but the historic nature of her victory quickly soured due to the backlash it provoked. Lori Lightfoot is a self-styled political outsider and out lesbian who has never held elected office. Yet her Establishment ties run…

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Is Pete Buttigieg a Transformational Candidate?

Is Pete Buttigieg a Transformational Candidate?

Mayor Pete Buttigieg at a West Hollywood fundraiser last month. Photo: Allison Zaucha/The Washington Post/Getty Images One of the reasons I thought Donald Trump would win in 2016 was not just that he was focusing on the core issues roiling the middle classes (immigration and globalization). It was because he had the perfect foil for…

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Jewish Reminiscence and Israel’s Election

Jewish Reminiscence and Israel’s Election

Opinion|Jewish Memory and Israel’s ElectionWhy Netanyahu’s challenger deserves to win. April 5, 2019ImageBenny Gantz, center, visiting the Western Wall in Jerusalem’s Old City in March.CreditCreditRonen Zvulun/ReutersIsrael stood still for a moment this week so it could bring home the remains of Sgt. Zachary Baumel, a soldier who perished in battle in 1982. This was in…

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Joe Biden Is of an Older Generation. Does It Topic?

Joe Biden Is of an Older Generation. Does It Topic?

Times readers debate how the former vice president has interacted with women.ImageCreditCreditChang W. Lee/The New York TimesThis week, hundreds of Times readers shared their reactions to the unfolding accusations against Joseph R. Biden Jr. by women who said he had kissed or touched them in ways that made them uncomfortable.Many readers defended the former vice…

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Good morning … This is it: my last Vitals. After almost 2 years, I admit I’m pretty excited to start my workdays a little later than 5:30am, but I sincerely will miss serving such a smart and engaged group of readers every day. Thank you for all your tips, constructive criticism, and suggestions for new…

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