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Our earlier look at Ukraine shows how stark the divide is among the country's regions. 53eig.ht/1j74bAk pic.twitter.com/cRsptxNrZK
Here's why I was sitting on lots of street corners in central London last week taking notes on my laptop: 53eig.ht/1qE36tz
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Can data help us find the most beautiful, most quiet and happiest ways to walk within a city? 53eig.ht/1qH4ICM pic.twitter.com/UiDYBsDIM1
New Yorkers: some of the saddest folks in America? Read about that, potato salad and more in our "Ctrl + ←" feature. 53eig.ht/1uwdWn4
In terms of individual stats, Andrew Luck has hardly been a top-5 quarterback. He hasn’t even been an average passer. 53eig.ht/1nQ9cDM
In our weekly journalism roundup: drought, Darth Vader and potato salad. 53eig.ht/1uwdWn4 pic.twitter.com/mW4YOGw8QO
There's a coy Keynesian nod in Paul Ryan’s anti-poverty plan, writes @andrewflowers. 53eig.ht/1pSZTBl pic.twitter.com/NFkbEF0yqJ
Our most-read piece of the week: @NateSilver538's appreciation of the Washington Generals and Harlem Globetrotters. 53eig.ht/1pxyEME
The rise of Comic-Con: About 130,000 of you have attended over the past several years. 53eig.ht/1mQhDue pic.twitter.com/wQ8P916g72
Joe Torre will be inducted today into baseball's Hall of Fame. Most managers are headed to the Hall of Mediocrity. 53eig.ht/1lysU6R
“What’s with the really bad pics? They don’t do the burritos any justice.” 53eig.ht/1rmHXQG pic.twitter.com/kl47k3FEpm
We test the theory that a rabid fan base and the overzealous media can cripple an MLB player’s confidence and play. 53eig.ht/WQdwJd
.@WaltHickey on the rise of Comic-Con -- in San Diego, on the Web and in the @nytimes. 53eig.ht/1mQhDue pic.twitter.com/gFIyjz0HAz
Billy Beane as general manager would've given the @RedSox the same success -- with $300 million in savings. 53eig.ht/1x6l1Xv
Food stamp expenditures have risen 235% since the end of 2003. 53eig.ht/1pSZTBl pic.twitter.com/BKNTQGwqyf
2.9% of couples surveyed sleep apart when one person doesn't want to share the covers. 53eig.ht/1rFJpB7 pic.twitter.com/uzRef7gWiq
Over the past 15 years, the @Athletics have exceeded expectations by close to $1.38B. 53eig.ht/1x6l1Xv pic.twitter.com/iGlepH754E
This week in politics: A scandal moved a Montana senator's re-election odds to almost zero. 53eig.ht/1nYbkEY pic.twitter.com/QBsbn5nwGa
Our latest Dear Mona column: How many couples sleep in separate beds? 53eig.ht/1rFJpB7 pic.twitter.com/L23oKfwbhk
It may not matter how much young talent NFL teams have, writes @Neil_Paine. 53eig.ht/WJhNOJ pic.twitter.com/qvjABZBjdl
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Do free agents really choke when they come to cities like New York and Boston? 53eig.ht/1pk8mMq
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Is it true that some players can’t hack it in New York? 53eig.ht/WQdwJd pic.twitter.com/YCXx3fTvHd