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The Atlantic Politics Daily: The impeachment inquiry is still partisan and divisive, and the Speaker seems to be re… https://t.co/co21VPhu4hThe Books Briefing: Revisiting the work of W. E. B. Du Bois, Anna Julia Cooper, and James Baldwin in… https://t.co/2k2ATQrqZ5Kimchi tacos, kimchi burgers, kimchi pasta, kimchi K-pop, space kimchi—the list goes on. @gastropodcast reports on… https://t.co/fvEEsJfew1"Election-related bribery thwarts the very process by which voters can normally check corruption," writes… https://t.co/QGWNKKpKhNWATCH: Most nonmetropolitan counties don’t have mental-health professionals, resulting in a “revolving door” to jai… https://t.co/BlKuSMSlJZ"The Aeronauts" is a visual feat, but the script is as thin as the high-altitude air surrounding its heroes, writes… https://t.co/PNSq49bffeRadio Atlantic: Staff writer Helen Lewis explains the state of British politics ahead of next week’s pivotal genera… https://t.co/m5yS2F2Uz7WATCH: Most nonmetropolitan counties don’t have mental-health professionals, resulting in a “revolving door” to jai… https://t.co/XPH8hXVmGBThe Books Briefing: Revisiting the work of W. E. B. Du Bois, Anna Julia Cooper, and James Baldwin in… https://t.co/TllYfUapohRadio Atlantic: Staff writer Helen Lewis explains the state of British politics ahead of next week’s pivotal genera… https://t.co/IbkZNy5ppuAn American prisoner is coming home from Iran, and Trump can claim a victory on two fronts, @kgilsinan reports: https://t.co/R14SkzvQ4MVladimir Putin has a fondness for the Soviet era. So do many Russians—but often not for the same reasons,… https://t.co/AxqFV0dOGpWhat is it about garbage trucks, exactly, that little kids find so mesmerizing? @AshleyFetters investigates: https://t.co/9ByGW5cFh8What is it about garbage trucks, exactly, that little kids find so mesmerizing? @AshleyFetters investigates: https://t.co/YUmdCzM3TqBrands want consumers to love them like a trusted friend. To goad people into it, they're stealing jokes and memes… https://t.co/ahvIf4DsflNancy Pelosi never really wanted impeachment. Now, she seems resigned to her fate, writes Todd S. Purdum: https://t.co/Eg7JTPFtzlBrands want consumers to love them like a trusted friend. To goad people into it, they're stealing jokes and memes… https://t.co/eBTAUpvaFt"By attacking McKinsey, [Pete] Buttigieg might appeal to young voters by embracing the most relatably Millennial am… https://t.co/jMfhKookAMTwenty percent of men are missing a Y chromosome in some of their blood cells. That number goes up with age,… https://t.co/jvpOVR76lRThe process of de-aging movie stars is rising in popularity in Hollywood. Films such as "The Irishman" and "Gemini… https://t.co/21AdJJWrqI"Trump has a ... personal attorney who agrees to work for free and folks who say they want to drain the swamp aren’… https://t.co/FYoHle38d5
12/8
2019
Harry Reid, the former Senate majority leader, may be the only person who can keep the Democrats from killing one a… https://t.co/qvtdWtQYkOGreat comedy has to acknowledge darkness, which “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel” has always resisted. @sophieGG on the s… https://t.co/jhEpdpM4g2"Succession," "Fleabag," "Russian Doll," and more: @sophieGG picks the best television shows of 2019. https://t.co/pLf2EC2GYhThe Founders "vested in the president unitary executive power not to insulate him from the judgment of the citizenr… https://t.co/0Wn3b4xDGaSpeaking of joy - I invite you to take a quick break from whatever it is you're doing right now, and drink in some… https://t.co/tj9f5GXPKw
Retweeted by The Atlantic"Buttigieg could use a confrontation with McKinsey to argue that that he has emerged from the chrysalis of the priv… https://t.co/ZgIjaPTimP
Retweeted by The AtlanticWith Wang's release, at least five Americans are still in jail or unaccounted for in Iran. https://t.co/T9y7Sh8XcT
Retweeted by The AtlanticAn American prisoner is coming home from Iran, and Trump can claim a victory on two fronts, @kgilsinan reports: https://t.co/v6iCSgygww
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Retweeted by The AtlanticTo drain the swamp start with Rudy Giuliani https://t.co/Rc38GgnUig
Retweeted by The AtlanticRadio Atlantic: Staff writer Helen Lewis explains the state of British politics ahead of next week’s pivotal genera… https://t.co/51FDN6sW2LWhat is it about garbage trucks, exactly, that little kids find so mesmerizing? @AshleyFetters investigates: https://t.co/bNlA89kvApWhat is it about garbage trucks, exactly, that little kids find so mesmerizing? @AshleyFetters investigates: https://t.co/DYuXH9qjUHBrands want consumers to love them like a trusted friend. To goad people into it, they're stealing jokes and memes… https://t.co/klDPm9Tp2wBrands want consumers to love them like a trusted friend. To goad people into it, they're stealing jokes and memes… https://t.co/qXivpEzUL8Nancy Pelosi never really wanted impeachment. Now, she seems resigned to her fate, writes Todd S. Purdum: https://t.co/z9rJhJNrDdThe process of de-aging movie stars is rising in popularity in Hollywood. Films such as "The Irishman" and "Gemini… https://t.co/9ny37zxL5xHarry Reid, the former Senate majority leader, may be the only person who can keep the Democrats from killing one a… https://t.co/YqQMMJ6NL7Twenty percent of men are missing a Y chromosome in some of their blood cells. That number goes up with age,… https://t.co/XGPixUSNMJ"By attacking McKinsey, [Pete] Buttigieg might appeal to young voters by embracing the most relatably Millennial am… https://t.co/9JHtPzujJPThe Founders "vested in the president unitary executive power not to insulate him from the judgment of the citizenr… https://t.co/wNFwb89nyA"Succession," "Fleabag," "Russian Doll," and more: @sophieGG picks the best television shows of 2019. https://t.co/K47bXAbKWOThe Atlantic Politics Daily: The impeachment inquiry is still partisan and divisive, and the Speaker seems to be re… https://t.co/Js1Le2gds4Kimchi tacos, kimchi burgers, kimchi pasta, kimchi K-pop, space kimchi—the list goes on. @gastropodcast reports on… https://t.co/foZQgyb4yV"The Aeronauts" is a visual feat, but the script is as thin as the high-altitude air surrounding its heroes, writes… https://t.co/WcPGjJ9GTN"Trump has a ... personal attorney who agrees to work for free and folks who say they want to drain the swamp aren’… https://t.co/JHs2wUNwChAn American prisoner is coming home from Iran, and Trump can claim a victory on two fronts, @kgilsinan reports: https://t.co/XjAK2xFKzsGreat comedy has to acknowledge darkness, which “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel” has always resisted. @sophieGG on the s… https://t.co/YTMTXoU9PNVladimir Putin has a fondness for the Soviet era. So do many Russians—but often not for the same reasons,… https://t.co/z3P288cMpgRadio Atlantic: Staff writer Helen Lewis explains the state of British politics ahead of next week’s pivotal genera… https://t.co/wLUpGYJZXLThe Books Briefing: Revisiting the work of W. E. B. Du Bois, Anna Julia Cooper, and James Baldwin in… https://t.co/i1XcrbrHad"Election-related bribery thwarts the very process by which voters can normally check corruption," writes… https://t.co/ClVNx8NZzC"Together, these self-appointed watchdogs are transforming American nonproliferation efforts—and largely for the be… https://t.co/bKcq7qRDxGWhat is it about garbage trucks, exactly, that little kids find so mesmerizing? @AshleyFetters investigates: https://t.co/mpwCc540nIThe Founders "vested in the president unitary executive power not to insulate him from the judgment of the citizenr… https://t.co/J8uRbr9XrhNancy Pelosi never really wanted impeachment. Now, she seems resigned to her fate, writes Todd S. Purdum: https://t.co/KdKOq50xMw"By attacking McKinsey, [Pete] Buttigieg might appeal to young voters by embracing the most relatably Millennial am… https://t.co/hdEKZjUnrtThe Atlantic Politics Daily: With Kamala Harris out of the race, zero nonwhite candidates have qualified thus far f… https://t.co/4gmJecJFJvTwenty percent of men are missing a Y chromosome in some of their blood cells. That number goes up with age,… https://t.co/JfP5CCQzdm"Young feminists living in the age of dwindling access to abortion aren’t interested in a mantra that implies there… https://t.co/T2wCaFuu8OThe process of de-aging movie stars is rising in popularity in Hollywood. Films such as "The Irishman" and "Gemini… https://t.co/l4RVwdpTyEBrands want consumers to love them like a trusted friend. To goad people into it, they're stealing jokes and memes… https://t.co/EXp5FLDx4A
12/7
2019
WATCH: Most nonmetropolitan counties don’t have mental-health professionals, resulting in a “revolving door” to jai… https://t.co/3Ljk0gN4aiWhat is it about garbage trucks, exactly, that little kids find so mesmerizing? @AshleyFetters investigates: https://t.co/UnSsXVEez9"Succession," "Fleabag," "Russian Doll," and more: @sophieGG picks the best television shows of 2019. https://t.co/KNI0NmHQLaHarry Reid, the former Senate majority leader, may be the only person who can keep the Democrats from killing one a… https://t.co/oTq3dnhEnkThe Vietnam Selective Service Lotteries functioned as a randomized science experiment — one which would vastly chan… https://t.co/RMq1WnDj4G
Retweeted by The Atlantic"By attacking McKinsey, [Pete] Buttigieg might appeal to young voters by embracing the most relatably Millennial am… https://t.co/sUKxQWaJk8I just solved @TheAtlantic's daily crossword in 21 minutes, 14 seconds. Can you beat my time? https://t.co/F10EUpekWq
Retweeted by The Atlantic @nature @uk_biobank And today @sarahzhang has "The Disappearing Y" piece @TheAtlantic that succinctly translates th… https://t.co/w9N7eDP63t
Retweeted by The AtlanticHe thought it should be "rare" She thought it should be "rare, rare, rare." What did the Clintons think was wrong… https://t.co/oaZSHqGhkm
Retweeted by The Atlantic"Election-related bribery thwarts the very process by which voters can normally check corruption," writes… https://t.co/9x93aVFY7S
Retweeted by The AtlanticFound my calling; unfortunately it is writing about garbage trucks. For @TheAtlantic: https://t.co/yBAf1H2osT
Retweeted by The AtlanticWhat is it about garbage trucks, exactly, that little kids find so mesmerizing? @AshleyFetters investigates: https://t.co/hkehv4tpCBThe process of de-aging movie stars is rising in popularity in Hollywood. Films such as "The Irishman" and "Gemini… https://t.co/3JwCu6Ic2zWATCH: Most nonmetropolitan counties don’t have mental-health professionals, resulting in a “revolving door” to jai… https://t.co/4oZWSBErvw“We have kids on almost every route. Moms hold babies at the door, toddlers wait at the window,” and sometimes a wh… https://t.co/qLOfE7IW6s
Retweeted by The AtlanticThis piece by @sorenjschmidt teases out why election-related corruption is so dangerous: It corrupts the means of r… https://t.co/z6YeTsPInL
Retweeted by The AtlanticThe Books Briefing: Revisiting the work of W. E. B. Du Bois, Anna Julia Cooper, and James Baldwin in… https://t.co/ze8UBDzewTI am so, so here for @AshleyFetters' in-depth investigation of why kids love garbage trucks. And the kicker is THE… https://t.co/i2PGYebOPJ
Retweeted by The AtlanticArtist-in-residence programs are surprisingly important part of community re-branding and revival. Eg, Tulsa has on… https://t.co/efgDqHKgx7
Retweeted by The AtlanticBrands want consumers to love them like a trusted friend. To goad people into it, they're stealing jokes and memes… https://t.co/xHuwWHb81mRadio Atlantic: Staff writer Helen Lewis explains the state of British politics ahead of next week’s pivotal genera… https://t.co/Ga6Eu1TPkcA pair of great Atlantic politics pieces from my colleagues this morning: @IsaacDovere on Harry Reid, Democratic Ki… https://t.co/7n5kb2Ru1J
Retweeted by The AtlanticBless @marinakoren for writing this. Just saved me from torturing myself every morning of 2020 https://t.co/k7Hoctjokj
Retweeted by The AtlanticWas really an honor to be part of this Watchmen conversation last night with @ndbconnolly and @ReignOfApril about W… https://t.co/tnTQR01RQG
Retweeted by The AtlanticSuch a smart piece by Jane Chong on the two sides of the executive-power coin: immense power, matched by immense ac… https://t.co/TphZSbr0D7
Retweeted by The Atlanticwhen men get older, they start to lose Y chromosomes from their cells. why? Y? https://t.co/FFFAlaPQnS
Retweeted by The AtlanticNancy Pelosi never really wanted impeachment. Now, she seems resigned to her fate, writes Todd S. Purdum: https://t.co/RMbyHib6LwTwenty percent of men are missing a Y chromosome in some of their blood cells. That number goes up with age,… https://t.co/0d4N1MYA3nThe Founders "vested in the president unitary executive power not to insulate him from the judgment of the citizenr… https://t.co/o7qBEVtDIaThe Atlantic Politics Daily: With Kamala Harris out of the race, zero nonwhite candidates have qualified thus far f… https://t.co/B9oxqubN9vwhaaaaaaaat https://t.co/MAbRMYsZY6 https://t.co/RmSWP1dNJV
Retweeted by The AtlanticAn excellent new edition of Radio Atlantic, featuring celebrity guest, @TheAtlantic staff writer, and TV icon,… https://t.co/AWkbI7ESDb
Retweeted by The AtlanticReid on the candidates: Can he imagine Sanders as president? “Well, people couldn’t imagine him being elected to… https://t.co/yY5z7zPW9l
Retweeted by The Atlantic"Election-related bribery thwarts the very process by which voters can normally check corruption," writes… https://t.co/I68TgyEiw5NEW from me: a Democratic stalemate or brokered convention is looming as real - and if it does, Harry Reid might be… https://t.co/0MikOHyStS
Retweeted by The Atlantic"Together, these self-appointed watchdogs are transforming American nonproliferation efforts—and largely for the be… https://t.co/esOL1gI4Xx"Young feminists living in the age of dwindling access to abortion aren’t interested in a mantra that implies there… https://t.co/gtiLJ9QfdW
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