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    Jun 17

    Our cover story this week: Elizabeth Warren is completely serious. About income inequality. About corporate power. About corrupt politics. And about being America’s next president.

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    “I want people to walk away and feel respected. The more times people come to see me, the more I owe them. They’ve given me my whole life. Not just on a financial level, but on a soul level. I owe them. But I don’t know what they see in me” —

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    "Will there continue to be jam bands? If people look backward, there won’t," says Phish's frontman, the singer-guitarist Trey Anastasio

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  4. 8 hours ago

    . talks to about the endurance of jam bands and the life of Phish:

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    10 hours ago

    Here's a long conversation I had with Trey Anastasio who (pretty much basically) confirmed my long-held suspicion that I was controlling Phish with my mind during the 7/20/99 "2001" jam.

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  6. 8 hours ago

    “Will there continue to be jam bands? If people look backward, there won’t. If people start writing new music using the language of improvisation, sure. But if you’re just celebrating something that happened in 1970, it’s got to die” — Trey Anastasio

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  7. 9 hours ago

    A patient recalls being told: “I would never give you I.V.F. You’re too fat. Have more sex and lose the weight.” Despite no official guidelines on the matter, fertility clinics often refuse to treat patients they consider too large

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  8. 22 hours ago

    The man had always had high blood pressure. Now all of a sudden it was low — and he was acting strange. What was going on?

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  9. 24 hours ago

    It's baby* *a symbiotic culture of bacteria and yeast (SCOBY) baby sprouted from a mother culture that's crucial for brewing kombucha

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  10. Jun 23

    Hypersonic missiles travel at more than 15 times the speed of sound. They strike their targets without any warning. So far, there are no defenses. And the US isn’t the only one developing them.

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  11. Jun 23

    Unlike professional parlor tattoos, homemade stick-and-pokes retain an air of the illicit.

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  12. Jun 23

    In 2005, Elizabeth Warren clashed with Joe Biden over a bankruptcy law. Warren argued it would increase the financial burden on families, but the bill still passed.

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  13. Jun 23

    Doctors continue to refuse treatment to heavier women, even asking patients to lose weight before seeing them

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  14. Jun 23

    A patient recalls being told: “I would never give you I.V.F. You’re too fat. Have more sex and lose the weight.” Despite no official guidelines on the matter, fertility clinics often refuse to treat patients they consider too large

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  15. Jun 23

    From breaking up tech monopolies to reducing financial burdens on working class families, Elizabeth Warren has (detailed) plans to fix America's problems.

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  16. Jun 23

    Judith Sheindlin aka Judge Judy writes down the salary she wants, seals it in an envelope and gives it to the president of CBS Television Distribution. Once a president tried to give her an envelope. She refused to open it. “This isn’t a negotiation.”

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  17. Jun 22

    She flirts with a priest. Then she flirts with the camera. The fourth wall breaks and — suddenly — we’re complicit in her self destruction

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  18. Jun 22

    A patient recalls being told: “I would never give you I.V.F. You’re too fat. Have more sex and lose the weight.” Despite no official guidelines on the matter, fertility clinics often refuse to treat patients they consider too large

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  19. Jun 22

    From breaking up tech monopolies to reducing financial burdens on working class families, Elizabeth Warren has (detailed) plans to fix America's problems.

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  20. Jun 22

    Judith Sheindlin aka Judge Judy writes down the salary she wants, seals it in an envelope and gives it to the president of CBS Television Distribution. Once a president tried to give her an envelope. She refused to open it. “This isn’t a negotiation.”

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  21. Jun 22

    Hypersonic missiles, says a career diplomat, are “proceeding through research, development and deployment far faster than the policy apparatus can keep up.” The arrival of such weaponry threatens to upend a long-held tenet of deterrence.

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