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The banned books your child should read
John Lewis repeatedly thrust his body into the breach for justice, writes @CharlesMBlow
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World leaders push Israel and Trump to forge a 2-state deal
It can power a small nation. But this wind farm in China is mostly idle.
Kompromat is "a very cheap and easy way for the regime to demonstrate its power"
President Obama on how books have influenced his presidency
The world's 8 richest have as much wealth as the bottom half of the global population
Transcript: President Obama on what books mean to him
Behold the hyolith, a bizarre creature that looks like a tentacled ice cream cone with a lid
Why clam-chowder pizza is the best kind, per @SamSifton:
Jedi Scott became known in his neighborhood as “the Obama baby." Today, he is 8 years old.
Only 3 species outlive their fertility: humans, short-finned pilot whales and orcas
Why most economists are so worried about Donald Trump
Wayne Coyne on the new Flaming Lips album, David Bowie's death and his band's left turn
Daria Morgendorffer remains one of the great teenage characters of all time (via @Watching)
"Homeland" recap: Carrie’s a civilian — and a Brooklynite
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Motorcycling without the mansplaining
Beef stew: simple cold weather food at its best
Jedi Scott became known in his neighborhood as “the Obama baby." Today, he is 8 years old.
Snow in Istanbul always feels magical. But this week, a blizzard is what the city needed.
How to make soup, our complete guide
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