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On this week’s Political Scene podcast, Steve Coll and Laura Secor discuss the ongoing nuclear negotiations with Iran
The Daily Cartoon by @EmilyFlake:
RT @nxthompson: 48 years ago today, Stalin's daughter showed up at US embassy to defect. My #longreads about her.
.@BorowitzReport: Joe Biden Releases Both E-mails Written While Vice-President
“The medical profession’s widespread surrender on vaccines is deeply troubling,” @specterm argues:
Spring Preview: @tnyfrontrow on some of the season’s notable new releases
In @talkofthetown, @jmseabrook visits a jazz bar with @Imaginedragons:
New books by @AFilipacchi, @byagoda, and more, in this week’s Briefly Noted:
In defense of the Federal Reserve: @JohnCassidy
What happens when a lost ant can’t find home? @EmilyAnthes
The Cartoon Lounge: @BobMankoff responds to a complaint about a cartoon that teases Canadians
.@iancrouch on @ConanOBrien in Cuba: “Nobody does the American idiot abroad better.”
.@vauhinivara on a campaign to put a woman on the twenty-dollar bill:
From the archive: James Baldwin’s 1962 reflections on race in America
“Renter shall hide pain re: jokey Facebook status about radiators being possessed.” A first-year NY lease: @tnyshouts
The futuristic observatories of the French photographer Noemie Goudal, at the Armory Show:
“If you say someone looks like Tom Cruise, you are asking Tom Cruise to do your writing for you.” –John McPhee
By publishing negative stories now, the media may be doing Hillary Clinton a favor: @JohnCassidy
An Evening at @TheMoth: Staff writer @adamgopnik tells a story of odd jobs early in his career
RT @goingson: What do a pumpkin, El Greco, and Giacometti have in common?

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