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In the past, any money a museum gained by selling artwork must be used only for new acquisitions. A brief loosening of rules has changed this https://t.co/dFbJpXe50m
24 Oct, 2020 - 12:20 AM UTC
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“The Book Makers” is a passionate tribute to this extraordinary invention that renders the intangible—ideas, thoughts, feelings—tangible https://t.co/ZizuR5YOGu
23 Oct, 2020 - 11:47 PM UTC
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Blood, desire, danger, anger, love, failure, frustration, fight, flight, fault: the semiotics of scarlet https://t.co/hJmGENcf7U From @1843mag
23 Oct, 2020 - 11:28 PM UTC
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In “Homeland Elegies”, @ayadakhtar updates an enduring American drama: from rags to riches—and back again https://t.co/s4ZbJvoQ9D
23 Oct, 2020 - 11:00 PM UTC
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Can Microsoft continue to grow while steering clear of its old pitfalls? https://t.co/3S4FcmvcMb
23 Oct, 2020 - 10:59 PM UTC
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“If you can, as a political leader, offer [these] two things, you can rule without question.” @BreneBrown tells @AnneMcElvoy what the human psyche reaches for in order to feel safe in crises such as the covid-19 pandemic https://t.co/rLWx9DL9LT https://t.co/kZ4r59Ixnl
23 Oct, 2020 - 10:59 PM UTC
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In China, where the virus first emerged but was brought quickly under control, the net worth of the richest billionaires ticked up 3% https://t.co/OoA9wxb2OU
23 Oct, 2020 - 10:39 PM UTC
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In 2016 black voters sent in 10% of postal ballots, but 18% of discarded ones. This year, those shares so far are 17% and 42% https://t.co/p8LamCwCh1
23 Oct, 2020 - 10:29 PM UTC
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NextEra is already the world’s top generator of wind and solar electricity, with about 15 gigawatts of renewable projects in its pipeline https://t.co/ftAWbRMGtL
23 Oct, 2020 - 10:24 PM UTC
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“Quite a bit of what he’s done will stick around.” @SoumayaKeynes tells “Checks and Balance” why President Donald Trump’s trade agenda will linger even if he loses the election https://t.co/ctJTrM4txV
23 Oct, 2020 - 10:10 PM UTC
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Lewis Hamilton or Michael Schumacher? Neither. On “The Intelligence” @JamesFransham digs through the data to find F1’s real greatest of all time https://t.co/A7Rcagln3x https://t.co/b5IthktdGG
23 Oct, 2020 - 10:00 PM UTC
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America's election is less than two weeks away. Listen to "Checks and Balance" to stay up to speed with our analysis on the race for the White House https://t.co/BD8LQOe9h5
23 Oct, 2020 - 10:00 PM UTC
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“These schools should be applying to have me”: inside the world of tutoring for the super rich https://t.co/GvObVB9wki From @1843mag
23 Oct, 2020 - 09:59 PM UTC
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We're hiring two paid fellows to write about politics and policy in the United States. Apply by October 30th https://t.co/P2RtzudDgX
23 Oct, 2020 - 09:28 PM UTC
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YouTube removed 11.4m videos in the past quarter. Facebook disables 17m fake accounts every day. But recent attempts to clean up social platforms may have gone too far https://t.co/PqmvwjmkAg
23 Oct, 2020 - 09:19 PM UTC

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Adam Roberts
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This week I had fun in Montana, which is awash with political cash as a Senate race grows surprisingly tight... Gold in them hills – Mining for votes in Montana https://t.co/MCTBwp0obh
23 Oct, 2020 - 03:47 PM UTC
Duncan Robinson
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Powerful, but kinda puny: the European Parliament has lots of clout but no idea how to use it https://t.co/iJkaoZ3AYv
23 Oct, 2020 - 03:08 PM UTC
Jon Fasman
@jonfasman
"The president’s untheatrical performance...highlighted the thinness of his positive case and his tendency to occupy all sides of every issue." My take on last night's debate https://t.co/j343xicMl1
23 Oct, 2020 - 02:09 PM UTC
Adrian Wooldridge
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With the election of Trump, Britain could claim that it was in the slipstream of history; the election of an inveterate multilateralist like Biden would make it look as if it is stuck in a cul-de-sac while America moves on https://t.co/4yfXvFlOke
23 Oct, 2020 - 11:16 AM UTC
Gregg Carlstrom
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Tomorrow Egyptians start going to the polls for another pointless election. Sisi's lesson from 2011 was that even a hint of openness could be your downfall. But it also means he has no pressure valves or ways to gauge the public mood. https://t.co/SEXWpFJZJH
23 Oct, 2020 - 07:20 AM UTC
The Economist
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“Homeland Elegies” delivers a blistering critique of America’s trajectory over the past 20 years https://t.co/7gLtNbSocq
23 Oct, 2020 - 04:46 AM UTC
Stephanie Studer
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My latest story is on Chinese public opinion and how pollsters—and the party—go about gauging it. As people gain a stronger sense of what is politically appropriate to say ("social desirability bias"), researchers use workarounds. And they are pretty nifty https://t.co/r781zpJ6lm
23 Oct, 2020 - 04:22 AM UTC
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The role of the International Brigades in the Spanish civil war—in which around 35,000 idealists from 65 different countries served—has contributed mightily to the romantic view of a horrible conflict https://t.co/H2jWWbXQCC
23 Oct, 2020 - 03:44 AM UTC
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Joe Biden would not ban fracking, as Donald Trump has again claimed in tonight's debate, but the Democratic nominee would seek to end new oil and gas leasing on federal lands #Debate2020 https://t.co/UvcoQKRekc
23 Oct, 2020 - 02:33 AM UTC
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A few times during tonight's debate, President Donald Trump has said he thinks Republicans will take back the House of Representatives. Our election forecast currently gives them a 1% chance of doing so #Debates2020 https://t.co/kxBrvRWHkL
23 Oct, 2020 - 02:13 AM UTC
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America’s recent confrontational actions towards China may be part of a calculus to put relations on a trajectory that would be difficult to reverse—no matter who wins the presidency #Debates2020 https://t.co/hL6kmCikv2
23 Oct, 2020 - 01:41 AM UTC
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President Donald Trump says America may have a coronavirus vaccine "within weeks". Even if a vaccine is found, the pandemic will remain a part of daily life well into 2021. Our leader on how governments should cope #Debates2020 https://t.co/74tbZq3MTy
23 Oct, 2020 - 01:18 AM UTC
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“Live not by Lies”, @roddreher’s new book, invokes Alexander Solzhenitsyn, who told his compatriots that even if they could not oppose Soviet rule, they should avoid colluding with it https://t.co/yb9TB0dtTE
22 Oct, 2020 - 03:47 PM UTC
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Ben Wheatley’s film offers a delicious evening of entertainment, but, like its heroine, it has a hard time shaking off memories of Alfred Hitchcock’s “Rebecca” https://t.co/p6xZHuYZGI
22 Oct, 2020 - 02:43 PM UTC
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The Vietnamese-Danish artist’s show @_WhiteCube invites its audience to contemplate histories, from the rise and fall of empires to details of his own past https://t.co/dg6J1XrsRA
21 Oct, 2020 - 04:19 PM UTC