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The Atlantic

There’s a fiction at the heart of the debate over entitlements, argues @ericschnurer: The carefully cultivated impression that beneficiaries are simply receiving back their “own” money. theatln.tc/2AFDvri
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Personal stories, protest songs, and escapism: @skornhaber's 10 favorite albums of 2017 theatln.tc/2AFT4z3
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“Burping in microgravity is probably not something you want to do a lot of." --@marinakoren asked a NASA food scientist all kinds of burning questions about astronaut food. theatln.tc/2AJ3bDe
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Why do American schools have such long hours? theatln.tc/2Bx6fpO
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Gentrification will only create diverse public schools if white parents stop hoarding resources, @nhannahjones says theatln.tc/2Bz65OC
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'Alias Grace,' 'The Deuce,' and 'Stranger Things 2.' @sophieGG on the 20 best TV shows of 2017 theatln.tc/2BwG4j3
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Winners of the 2017 National Geographic Nature Photographer of the Year Contest theatln.tc/2ADl72b
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Judicial confirmations have been Trump's brightest spot, but this week two nominees withdrew and a third humiliated was by a GOP senator, reports @GrahamDavidA theatln.tc/2BymZ02
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The United States is already a low-tax country already, @AnnieLowrey writes: theatln.tc/2Byn046
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It's no secret that Bon Jovi was shut out from the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame before, but things changed this year, @skornhaber writes theatln.tc/2Bz679c
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How spanking affects adult relationships, by @jameshamblin theatln.tc/2ByCB3s
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"Grinch bots" are basically every terrible thing about business and tech in 2017 wrapped into one story, writes @DKThomp theatln.tc/2AFSQYJ
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'The Last Jedi' may be the best 'Star Wars' movie since 'The Empire Strikes Back,' @OrrChris writes theatln.tc/2AIRnBj
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Robert Mueller is reportedly examining the 18-day period before Michael Flynn left the White House. @fordm compiled a timeline of what happened over those days: theatln.tc/2BzkhYh
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.@kevindliles took these portraits of Alabama voters, who explained their votes to him on Tuesday: theatln.tc/2BzMuOk
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Interstellar object shows no signs of alien technology so far, @marinakoren reports theatln.tc/2BuLTh3
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Attacks on Robert Mueller aren’t about misconduct—instead, they’re aimed at discrediting the very idea of professionalism, writes @GrahamDavidA: theatln.tc/2AFTi9n
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This app reminds you you’re going to die. @bbosker reports: theatln.tc/2AFTjdr
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.@Rob_Malley and @StephenPomper reckon with the uncounted civilian costs of America's wars: theatln.tc/2BydXQu
.@rkarnad on Sonia Gandhi, India's first family, and the future of India theatln.tc/2CEcSVa
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10 revealing remarks about education in 2017, featuring @BetsyDeVosED, @nhannahjones, and @ChicagosMayor theatln.tc/2yHNLxB
Urbanization doesn't always lead to prosperity, writes @Richard_Florida theatln.tc/2AVqDBA
.@mauraewing explains the disconnect between the medical community’s approach to addiction and the laws on the books in the United States: theatln.tc/2yJ6itq
 
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