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Israel has already had two elections this year. Could it now be headed toward a third? Let's hope not, writes @rosnersdomain.

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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.

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Essential ⁦⁦⁦⁦⁦@neal_katyal⁩: The report speaks for itself. But in an era when our leaders have lied about it in the hope that Americans won’t read it, we need simple connect-the-dots questions clearly posed that will correct the record.

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Retribution awaits. After hubris, nemesis. The gods are watching. Boris Johnson Faces a Swift and Bloody Nemesis

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“할머니는 마지막으로 이렇게 말하셨어요: 나중에 크면 찾으러 오렴.”

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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

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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.

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The right “Green New Deal” is not a choice of government over markets but government with markets, writes @tomfriedman

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"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."
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"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 

Congress seems unable to perform its duties unless it is acting under the threat of crisis, writes the editorial board. So Congress keeps putting the world at risk of such a crisis.

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"I get exhausted when we, the public, can crowdsource strategy better than our own party leaders who spend all day getting paid to do it," writes RS in a comment on the editorial, "Ask Mueller Anything. The Facts Won’t Change." 
https://nyti.ms/2YbSfJA 

"I get exhausted when we, the public, can crowdsource strategy better than our own party leaders who spend all day getting paid to do it," writes RS in a comment on the editorial, "Ask Mueller Anything. The Facts Won’t Change." https://nyti.ms/2YbSfJA 

Impeachment hearings will crystallize the nation’s attention on the actual events, as opposed to spin from the president and his attorney general, writes @neal_katyal

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.@tomfriedman says the “Send her back” chants at Trump’s rally last week were something out of a 1930s German or Italian fascist newsreel

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“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.”

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This lack of diversity among justices on top state courts around the country has created a legitimacy crisis for the justice system.

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Intercountry adoption is widely embraced by Western countries, with nearly a million adoptions since the 1950s. For decades, one of the main countries children were adopted from was South Korea. These are their stories.

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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.

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A single issue awaits incoming British prime minister Boris Johnson: Brexit, writes @NYTimesCohen. Is the pawn of Brexit-ultras prepared to lay out why he actually believes in this folly?

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The companies that shot up to the top while Microsoft was busy fending off the Justice Department are engaging in similar anti-competitive tactics, wrote the editorial board.

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"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."

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