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For England, the election of Boris Johnson marks a new dawn on Brexit. Mr. Can-Do must either pull a rabbit out of his hat in the form of a new deal by the Oct. 31 deadline or he'll propel England over a cliff with the no-deal he's pledged to embrace.
A bright orange bench (cribbed from a program in Zimbabwe) has given about 50K NYers a place to speak with peer counselors and 9K assistance navigating resources. Meet the Friendship Bench. She's the star of today's @nytopinion #fixes, by @tirosenberg
Trump may not have dispatched goons to kneecap Mueller, but he made plenty of other attempts to interfere, impede and intimidate. A vivid, colorful recitation of those efforts would be damning, writes @FrankBruni. But Mueller is neither vivid nor colorful.
"While it's painful to see Democratic candidates infighting... at least the debate over whether to preserve the ACA or change to universal coverage is a valid one," writes NM in a comment on @PaulKrugman's column, "Biden and Sanders, Behaving Badly." https://nyti.ms/32HR6wN
“A plastic shopping bag may take 20 years; a plastic cup, 50. Major industrial materials will be there for much longer: An aluminum can is with us for 200 years, a glass bottle for 500, a plastic bottle for 700, and a Styrofoam container for a millennium.”
Mueller is so emphatically apolitical and nonpartisan that he became inadvertently political and partisan. His report’s arid language, gummy syntax and thick riddles dulled its findings of awful conduct. He gave Trump the opening to claim exoneration.
"Technology will always move faster than lawmakers are able to regulate," wrote @margaretomara. "The answer to the dilemma is to listen to the experts at the outset, and be vigilant in updating laws to match current technological realities."