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Mitt Romney is one of the most closely watched figures in the impeachment battle now consuming Washington. @mckaycoppins has spent months interviewing the senator from Utah: http://on.theatln.tc/zVwOQfW
The president's third chief of staff in less than three years seemed destined for the door until impeachment came along, @elainaplott and @PeterAtlantic report. http://on.theatln.tc/J1mOMCQ
"In 'The Matrix,' I realized, I had found a message about my own life, the life of a closeted gay Mormon boy," writes Michael Owen. "You too will be free." http://on.theatln.tc/4CWSOJH
The idea of “love languages” has been collapsed down in the popular imagination from a marriage-improvement strategy to a sort of romance horoscope, writes @AshleyFetters: http://on.theatln.tc/ZpyKsLe
"Far from exposing or thwarting Gabbard, as Clinton loyalists want to believe," @RadioFreeTom writes, "the former secretary of state overshot the mark by making an accusation without proof." http://on.theatln.tc/a3ZdAyj
An 8-year-old boy became obsessed with his stomach and ate just 200 calories a day. The culprit? His strep throat. @olgakhazan reports on the surprising connection between infections and eating disorders: http://on.theatln.tc/FOq3vou
A former member of Justin Trudeau’s foreign-policy staff encourages Canadian progressives to consider other candidates, via @TheAtlLetters. http://on.theatln.tc/rV0VyYq
RT @TheAtlantic: "Suddenly, and for the first time since June 2016, 'never' looks plausibly like the ultimate outcome." The window for Brex…
As Trump becomes more angered by impeachment and more isolated in the West Wing, some of his associates predict that his behavior is going to get worse, @PeterAtlantic reports: http://on.theatln.tc/zbE8vQY
Two lessons emerged from the latest Brexit deal, @TomMcTague writes: The British prime minister garnered a concession his predecessor couldn’t, but the EU has still held the line. http://on.theatln.tc/JFDRBfc
The Atlantic Politics Daily: Which countries now stand to gain after the Syria cease-fire? Also, Trump’s plan to host the G7 at one of his properties. Plus, reflections on the legacy of Elijah Cummings. http://on.theatln.tc/8yx5F2y
In this week’s installment of The Friendship Files, @julieebeck talks with @zanopticon and @mmpopkey, two novelists who met in college, about navigating the publishing industry together, and the joy and terror of reading your best friend’s book. http://on.theatln.tc/xxPzuz8
Listen: Elizabeth Warren became the front-runner the same week Bernie Sanders won the endorsement of Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez. How long does the truce between the progressive candidates last? http://on.theatln.tc/UEby2ng
The Books Briefing: The seeds that could grow into the dystopias of tomorrow are being planted right now. Your weekly guide to the best in books by @sarahsholder. http://on.theatln.tc/zAmSEVt
Trump’s chaotic withdrawal from Syria will severely weaken U.S. intelligence efforts in the country—and could also be a coup for Russia and Iran, @mike_giglio reports: http://on.theatln.tc/oAsGn4b
"When all is said and done, social forces, however real and requiring notice, fall away and reveal, if only for a moment to be sought again and again in rereading, the glory of what [Harold] Bloom tells us is irreducible," Stanley Fish writes. http://on.theatln.tc/nYmbOjO
"Suddenly, and for the first time since June 2016, 'never' looks plausibly like the ultimate outcome." The window for Brexit, argues @DavidFrum, may already have closed: http://on.theatln.tc/9VF60ZQ
Opioid addicts are turning to online forums for advice about quitting. @DougcJohnson reports on the researchers analyzing their conversations to learn about drug use and public health: http://on.theatln.tc/PZbbljC
The idea of “love languages” has been collapsed down in the popular imagination from a marriage-improvement strategy to a sort of romance horoscope, writes @AshleyFetters: http://on.theatln.tc/ngbd8FX
Bernie Sanders's recent heart attack has given his campaign a new message—and has brought his supporters home, writes @IsaacDovere: http://on.theatln.tc/GUl1qej
“I wanna make music that people like; I just don't wanna make music people expect.” The Atlanta singer Berhana talks with @ethiopienne about his breakout song, “Janet,” and the many influences flowing through his debut album, “HAN.” http://on.theatln.tc/jWDCocx
RT @AdrienneLaF: “Brexit is unfolding with the United States assuming only the most distant presence—and taking shape with scant reference…
RT @elainejgodfrey: “He doesn’t look done," one Bernie supporter told me this week. https://www.theatlantic.com/politics/archive/2019/10/bernie-sanders-debate-heart-attack-supporters/600064/
RT @jeffreyGoldberg: "In The Matrix, I realized, I had found a message about my own life, the life of a closeted gay Mormon boy. It was som…
RT @AdrienneLaF: Must-read @mckaycoppins about @MittRomney the dissident. Romney says Trump's Syria withdrawal is "a violation of fundame…
RT @JaBogen: After weeks of escalating combat with the president, Mitt Romney appears ready to unload. @mckaycoppins writes that in the 9…
"The lax constitutional protection of individual rights nourishes the uncontrollable administrative state America has today," writes @RichardAEpstein. http://on.theatln.tc/KTzhp7p
Mitt Romney is one of the most closely watched figures in the impeachment battle now consuming Washington. @mckaycoppins has spent months interviewing the senator from Utah: http://on.theatln.tc/O4xeGCY
Hong Kong's polarization is mirrored in its diaspora, @haasbenjamin reports: http://on.theatln.tc/9wdPB01
"Far from exposing or thwarting Gabbard, as Clinton loyalists want to believe," @RadioFreeTom writes, "the former secretary of state overshot the mark by making an accusation without proof." http://on.theatln.tc/XL458MM
"In 'The Matrix,' I realized, I had found a message about my own life, the life of a closeted gay Mormon boy," writes Michael Owen. "You too will be free." http://on.theatln.tc/AzuxSD8
"As the saying goes, you miss 100 percent of the shots you don't take," writes @davidfrum. "And in the Brexit negotiations, the U.S. has not been taking many shots." http://on.theatln.tc/UW01ByH
No group of people knows the failure of international law better than the Rohingya. Time and again, @VidyaKrishnan writes, grandiose talk of relief and justice has been accompanied by little to no action. http://on.theatln.tc/2S0dHm7
Listen: Elizabeth Warren became the front-runner the same week Bernie Sanders won the endorsement of Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez. How long does the truce between the progressive candidates last? http://on.theatln.tc/7C0T4Xw
Two NASA astronauts just made history. But some hints of outdated thinking about women in space remain, @marinakoren reports: http://on.theatln.tc/RVTP2ey
Two NASA astronauts just made history. But some hints of outdated thinking about women in space remain, @marinakoren reports: http://on.theatln.tc/V3yEA9h
The impeachment inquiry's closed-door dynamic could ultimately threaten the Democrats’ bid to get public opinion firmly on their side, report @russellberman and @elainejgodfrey: http://on.theatln.tc/wAvQIjl
In this week’s installment of The Friendship Files, @julieebeck talks with @zanopticon and @mmpopkey, two novelists who met in college, about navigating the publishing industry together, and the joy and terror of reading your best friend’s book. http://on.theatln.tc/aM3U7Q1
Two lessons emerged from the latest Brexit deal, @TomMcTague writes: The British prime minister garnered a concession his predecessor couldn’t, but the EU has still held the line. http://on.theatln.tc/oDp80I6
Listen: Elizabeth Warren became the front-runner the same week Bernie Sanders won the endorsement of Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez. How long does the truce between the progressive candidates last? http://on.theatln.tc/nxWixAu
Photos of the Week: Swirling Embers, Solar Challenge, Manhattan Moonrise—via @TheAtlPhoto: http://on.theatln.tc/SZXTWRQ
If not for forests such as the Amazon, carbon dioxide in the atmosphere would be rising much faster than it already is. But we might not be able to rely on the carbon-sinking powers of tropical trees much longer, @grossmanmedia reports: http://on.theatln.tc/2d7HtKa
If not for forests such as the Amazon, carbon dioxide in the atmosphere would be rising much faster than it already is. But we might not be able to rely on the carbon-sinking powers of tropical trees much longer, @grossmanmedia reports: http://on.theatln.tc/nVh7Qa4
The Atlantic Politics Daily: Which countries now stand to gain after the Syria cease-fire? Also, Trump’s plan to host the G7 at one of his properties. Plus, reflections on the legacy of Elijah Cummings. http://on.theatln.tc/OAThplv
In this week’s installment of The Friendship Files, @julieebeck talks with @zanopticon and @mmpopkey, two novelists who met in college, about navigating the publishing industry together, and the joy and terror of reading your best friend’s book. http://on.theatln.tc/vG0N0i8
The Books Briefing: The seeds that could grow into the dystopias of tomorrow are being planted right now. Your weekly guide to the best in books by @sarahsholder. http://on.theatln.tc/pXa2PE7
Trump’s chaotic withdrawal from Syria will severely weaken U.S. intelligence efforts in the country—and could also be a coup for Russia and Iran, @mike_giglio reports: http://on.theatln.tc/gR6kw98
"When all is said and done, social forces, however real and requiring notice, fall away and reveal, if only for a moment to be sought again and again in rereading, the glory of what [Harold] Bloom tells us is irreducible," Stanley Fish writes. http://on.theatln.tc/01uTdgz
"What we’re seeing today isn’t a dot-com bubble," @DKThomp writes. "If anything, it’s a not-com bubble—a period of inflated expectations for companies that had no business receiving pure-tech multiples in the first place." http://on.theatln.tc/yQVQIhR
Federal-government attorneys—whose duty is to the American public and the agencies that act on the public’s behalf—are behaving instead like Trump’s personal lawyers, argues @kim_wehle. http://on.theatln.tc/JW5gJgP
A former member of Justin Trudeau’s foreign-policy staff encourages Canadian progressives to consider other candidates, via @TheAtlLetters. http://on.theatln.tc/UDphQLW
Another gangster piece from @DKThomp re how it IS different this time https://bit.ly/2P047NQ @TheAtlantic
 
 
 
 
 
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