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Hurricane Sandy offers a terrifying look at what may be in store for us, says Bill McKibben.
Seems I spoke way, way too soon dismissing the idea of Obama expressing views on Star Trek …
Anila Muhammad of Muslims for Progressive Values argues against the tradition of animal sacrifice on the holiday of Eid al-Adha, which Muslims observe today:
And the new color this season is "Monaco Blue."
Tough question, but I think I have an answer.
Close to four years ago, Avigdor Lieberman became Israel’s foreign minister, and with a few laudable exceptions, the American Jewish establishment shrugged. “There is nothing in his speeches that indicates someone who would threaten the shared values that we have,” insisted the Anti-Defamation League’s Abraham Foxman. Show More Summary
The Daily Pic: Kiki Kogelnik's 1960s work looks forward to feminist pieces from decades later.
Gil Troy takes progressive—and Open Zion—to task for not being outraged over rockets aimed at Israel from the Gaza Strip.
President Obama shows ID to cast his vote in person in Chicago.
In a $3 billion campaign, policy outcomes are foreordained to be pretty bad.
At the American Action Forum, Doug Holtz-Eakin (ex director of the Congressional Budget Office) has computed the economic impact of each of the seven different policy actions collectively known as "the fiscal cliff."
Iowa Senator Chuck Grassley is notorious on Twitter for his unique grammar and down home sensibility (i.e. the guy needs autocorrect.)
China censored Ai Weiwei’s “Gangnam style” video. Dan Levin reports.
Brent Sasley on how Israeli politician Shelly Yachimovich is playing a long game, but might get quick returns.
In an interview with Rolling Stone, President Obama dismisses Ayn Rand as reading for teenagers "who feel misunderstood." Good thing for him his email address is unpublished.
Lizzie Crocker on a school league with a fantasy-football format, where the game was sex, not football.
"A senior television editor told me: The elections here are being held as if we are in Sweden. There is an elephant that no one wants to talk about, and then your song came and put that elephant in the room." --Yizhar Ashdot on his anti-war song.
David Sessions on how Rachel Held Evans beat the evangelical decency-industrial complex in the fight over her new book.
Michael Daly on a NYPD cop charged with conspiring to torture and eat women, and the horrific killing of two small children, allegedly by their nanny.
Nathaniel Rich revisits Richard Price’s ‘Clockers,’ a devastating 1992 novel about inner-city decay, drug crime, and the spread of AIDS.