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Obama’s legacy falls apart

By John Podhoretz Deep into the seventh year of his tenure, Barack Obama is thinking about his post-presidential legacy. We know this because he’s telling us so. In an interview this week with The Atlantic about the potential deal with Iran regarding its nuclear program, the president sought to use the fact of his relative […]

The Atlantic 10 announces their conference play pairings

The schedule isn't out yet, but each team now knows who they will play and where they will play them.

Threats to Global Navigation Satellite Systems

Originally developed to guide Allied convoys safely across the Atlantic, the use of synchronized low frequency radio signals as a navigational aid revolutionized

Delta swapping terminals at Heathrow

To the surprise and consternation of Delta regulars at London Heathrow, Delta recently re-shuffled its flights between Terminal 3 and Terminal 4, affecting access to Virgin Atlantic’s Clubhouse lounge.  The goal of the recent reshuffling...Show More Summary

The Iraqi Army Ten Years Ago

In response to a tweet from Tim Noah, I looked back at a 2005 piece in the Atlantic by WaMo Editorial Advisory Board member James Fallows about the struggle to...

Atlantic City opens its first casino in 1978

11 hours agoNews : NY Daily News

The first legal casino to operate in the United States outside of Nevada opened in Atlantic City.

Monday Recommendation: Tony Fruscella

yesterdayMusic / Jazz : Rifftides

Tony Fruscella (Atlantic) Blogger and Rifftides reader JazzCookie commented that her Memorial Day song was “I’ll Be Seeing You.” That led to a reply including trumpeter Tony Fruscella’s 1955 recording of the Sammy Fain ballad. Frank Sinatra’s version with Tommy Dorsey had been a bestseller when millions of Americans were away fighting World War II. […]

Chris Throws a Wrench Into Mommy's Plans for His Future

Kid, in stroller: What's that?Mom: A plumber truck.Kid: A plumber truck?Mom: Uh-huh.Kid: I wanna be a plumber truck!–7th & Atlantic, BrooklynOverheard by: concerned for the future

Baltic Mercur II makes maiden voyage to Antwerp

  This week Atlantic Ro-Ro Carriers (ARRC) celebrates the maiden voyage of the Baltic Mercur II via the port of Antwerp as part of their regular transatlantic service to the US Gulf.

“The newest incarnation of Superman isn’t so much a betrayal of the character’s origins as it is a p

2 days agoGenres / Sci Fi : io9

“The newest incarnation of Superman isn’t so much a betrayal of the character’s origins as it is a perhaps unwitting return to them,” The Atlantic’s Charles Moss writes in an essay that brings some historical perspective to the backlash against the character’s “brooding” depiction in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. Read more...

Brest is the Best

For the past few weeks I've been training in Brest, France. This Atlantic coastal town is located just about as far west as you can travel in northern France, and it's one place where I spend a lot of time training. The best thing about Brest is it's a really interesting place to race and train. Show More Summary

The Atlantic: Why It Pays to Be a Jerk

The Atlantic, Why It Pays to Be a Jerk: New Research Confirms What They Say About Nice Guys: Smile at the customer. Bake cookies for your colleagues. Sing your subordinates’ praises. Share credit. Listen. Empathize. Don’t drive the last dollar out of a deal. Leave the last doughnut for someone...

STORE TOUR: Page 45 In Nottingham, England

ROBOT 6 heads across the Atlantic to visit the 20-year-old Page 45 in Nottingham, England, which is about to undergo a renovation.

Obama shrugs off Iran’s anti-Semitism in “terrifying” interview

When asked why he continued to try to make deals with anti-Semitic Iran, Obama told The Atlantic that, well, Europe had a history of anti-Semitism too, and… Obama is clearly just about to say something like, “And that didn’t amount to much, right?” But you’ll notice he trails off at that point, for obvious reasons. […]

Dominguez impresses in second round stoppage of Macias

By Kurt Wolfheimer at ringside Friday night at the Claridge Hotel and Casino in Atlantic City, New Jersey, lightning quick super bantamweight sensation Juan “Baby Tito” Dominguez (19-0, 13KOs) impressed, dropping forty two fight veteran...Show More Summary

CrossFit: What’s Love Got To Do With It? Everything.

Atlantic Regional Cross-Fit Champion, Noah Ohlsen isn't afraid to show how much he loves his woman. His picture and words say it all. The post CrossFit: What’s Love Got To Do With It? Everything. appeared first on The Good Men Proje...

Kyle Korver out for the playoffs with right ankle injury

The Atlanta sharpshooter left Game 2 and did not return. Atlanta Hawks shooting guard Kyle Korver is done for the rest of the playoffs after injuring his right ankle in Game 2 against the Cleveland Cavaliers, according to the Atlanta...Show More Summary

Journalism Student’s Accusations of Plagiarism Lead to Reporter Suspension

Things can escalate very quickly when the \"P\" word is thrown down. What’s interesting in this case is that it was only after Florida Atlantic University student newspaper EIC Emily Bloch published her accusations that the Boca Raton Tribune took action. Show More Summary

China and Peru agree to study transcontinental rail link

BEIJING (Reuters) - China and Peru have agreed to study the feasibility of a controversial 5,300 km (3,300 miles) transcontinental railroad that will connect Peru's Pacific coast with Brazil's Atlantic coast, China's official Xinhua News Agency reported.

Atlantic Editor Wonders If Maybe Immigration Has Something To Do With California's Water Crisis

4 days agoNews : Huffington Post

David Frum, a conservative pundit and senior editor at The Atlantic, wants to know why The New York Times isn’t putting more emphasis on immigration in its coverage of the California water crisis. In a pair of tweets Friday, Frum criticized...Show More Summary

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