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Trump's Twitter strategy

Where does Trump get his news? BuzzFeed News analyzes all the links Donald Trump tweeted since he launched his presidential campaign. SNL made fun of Trump's compulsive tweeting — 45 minutes later, Trump tweeted about it. Saturday Night Live once again nails the anxieties many feel about a Trump presidency. What does it say about the President-elect that he goes off on Twitter rants, some of them filled with proven falsehoods? Trump's permanent Twitter campaign: Far more than a diversionary


Paper Trail

Colombian author Gabriel Garcia Marquez’s library has been acquired by the Harry Ransom Center at the University of Texas at Austin. The collection includes numerous signed books, from authors like Toni Morrison and Mario Vargas Llosa, as well as gifts from world leaders like Bill Clinton and Fidel Castro. Nation Books has bought the rights

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Reading for the Next Four Years

Margaret EbyIt is still unclear exactly what America under the presidency of Donald J. Trump will look like. But if we believe his campaign promises—deporting of millions of people, registering Muslims, gutting

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How to Win at Feminism: The Definitive Guide to Having it All—And Then Some!

In September 2015, in an effort to appeal to millennial voters, Hillary Clinton submitted to an interview with Lena Dunham for Lenny, Dunham's newsletter. "What would a Clinton administration bring back to the White House?" Dunham asks perkily. Hillary begins: "I will

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Alexandra Kleeman

Alexandra Kleeman's fiction may share affinities with the luminaries of our postmodern canon—Don DeLillo, Robert Coover, and Ben Marcus—but her sensibility equally recalls the films of David Lynch.

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Beth Simone Noveck: "Smart Citizens, Smarter State"

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Elephants in Lake Charles

Arlie Russell Hochschild

"YOU CAN TELL I’m a Republican,” Janice Areno says as she invites me to sit down in her office, Elephants fill three shelves of a wall opposite her desk, One is blue-and-white porcelain, a second is gold, a third is red, white, and blue and stands near a young child’s drawing of a yellow one.

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