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.@tnyCloseRead on Arizona’s botched execution:
How many more deaths will it take? @TNYJohnCassidy on another day of carnage in #Gaza:
A conversation about @intel's history and influence:
RT @SimonParkin: The comedian @marcmaron had planned to commit suicide in his garage. Then it became the venue for his resurgence: http://t…
The Daily Cartoon by Farley Katz:
An unfinished skyscraper in Caracas has housed 3,000 people for the past several years. Now, it’s being evacuated:
RT @Awl: All The New Yorker Roundups You Should Read While They're Still Unlocked, As Well As All The Stories They Link To…
The members of @DJDODGERSTADIUM discuss their new album, and share a playlist of what they’re listening to:
“The Australian government has deserted the front lines of the climate struggle,” @RickHertzberg writes:
An Unnecessary Cut? How the C-section became America’s most common major surgery: @NewYorkerVideo
.@BorowitzReport: In a move to address immigration crisis, Rick Perry dispatches @dallascowboys to Mexican border
Read one of Elif Batuman’s #TNYarchive favorites, @raffiwriter’s Profile of the world’s best backgammon player:
Who’s Afraid of Zohydro? @specterm on @DevalPatrick’s radical response to prescription-drug abuse:
Slide Show: Lisa Elmaleh photographs folk musicians using the 150-year-old tintype process
A Portfolio of George Steinmetz’s summer aerials over New York City:
Simon Rich imagines an encounter between a bartender and a genie: @tnyshouts
.@iancrouch on the Great American Twitter Novel
Burt Shavitz on @BurtsBees’s new owners: “Except for the fact that they’re from Clorox, they’re nice people.”
“This is a Thomas Hobbes moment, and it has been for quite a while.” @TNYJohnCassidy on chaos overseas:
In a new @hrw report on U.S. terror prosecution and Muslim-Americans, “a portrait of overwhelming injustice emerges.”

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