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Dems Break Their Fundraising Record — and Bag a 96.6 Percent Chance of Retaking the House
Our exclusive election forecast makes a House majority a near cert for the Democrats after a historic burst of fundraising.
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OZY’s Exclusive Election Model: Cash Surge Strengthens Grip on House for Dems
Our forecast now puts a Democratic House takeover at 96.6 percent likelihood after a historic burst of fundraising.
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The Smooth New Spirits Boozing Up Bolivia
A young crop of distillers is making spirits from unusual ingredients for locally obsessed drinkers.
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Why Brazil's Bolsonaro Is Giving Environmentalists Jitters
From pulling out of the Paris climate accord to disarming environmental agents, the man who may be Brazil's president is alarming environmentalists.
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Lincoln, Trump and the Presidential War With the Press
Abraham Lincoln had to deal with his fair share of "fake news" during the Civil War, but should this embolden Donald Trump?
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This Is How 5G Might Save Your Life
From drones dropping off defibrillators to connecting first responders with medics across the globe, 5G could revolutionize emergency services.
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When Your House Explodes
With houses exploding in Boston, a writer remembers his own near escape - and sifting through rubble and suspects.
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Come Dec. 15, What If the Lakers Traded LeBron James?
LeBron James is the free agent Los Angelos has been waiting for, but the team's best move might be to trade him for a brighter future.
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Should Baseball Pitchers Choose Their Pitches at Random?
In the ongoing battle to keep hitters off balance, is it time that baseball pitchers adopted a more radical strategy?
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The Stolen Campaign Documents That Helped Reagan Win the Presidency
Just before the presidential debate between President Jimmy Carter and challenger Ronald Reagan in 1980, the Reagan campaign received an unexpected boost.
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Move Over, Whiskey: How Gin Became a Tipple of Choice in Ireland
Once outlawed as "mother's ruin," gin is back in fashion - thanks to the lifting of a 200-year-old law.
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The Road to China's Global 5G Domination Is Here
On the windswept outskirts of the Ordos Desert, Yinchuan is emerging as a laboratory for Beijing's ambitions to lead the world in 5G.
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A Mississippi Trailblazer Hopes to Pull Another Deep South Stunner
After two decades in private life, a blast from the past seeks to be Mississippi's first Black U.S. senator since Reconstruction.
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The Next Intifada Might Be Stirring in the West Bank
The West Bank is on the boil, but many Palestinians are exhausted by the prospect of more violence. For others, violence is inevitable.
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When Black Men Defended Brett Kavanaugh in Baltimore
This is what happens when 100 Black men discuss race, Donald Trump, policing and fatherhood.
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This Black Activist Was One of the Richest Men in Early America
James Forten was not only exceedingly wealthy, he helped galvanize America's antislavery movement.
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Not Only Saudi: Russia Needs Straight Talk From the US Too
Russia's foreign policy is unequivocal. America should be just as exacting.
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Asia's Education Tigers Study How to Reduce Class-Related Stress
As the world celebrates the brilliance of their students, eastern Asian nations are increasingly questioning whether they're killing creativity.
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A Whopping 1 in 3 Death Certificates List Wrong Cause of Death
Studies across the United States show that what ends up on forms about the deceased is often inaccurate.
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If Republicans Can Win Minnesota, This Is How
Karin Housley's long-shot bid to turn Minnesota red is the end of a winding career transformation.
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Baseball Data Nerds Need a New Calculation for Strikeouts
The rise of statistical analysis has forever changed the way baseball views failures. Let's properly measure how.
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Stop Dehumanizing Us: NFL Players Turn on Fantasy Football
NFL running back Chris Thompson doesn't want to hear about your fantasy picks.
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OZY’s Exclusive Election Model: Senate Out of Reach for Democrats
Republicans have an equal chance - 90 percent - at keeping the Senate and losing the House.
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The President Behind the U.S. Supreme Court’s Worst Decision
In 1857, a newly elected American president conspired behind the scenes with the Supreme Court to produce perhaps the worst decision in its history.
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Artificial Intelligence Heralds End of the Passport Line... and Start of a Privacy Row
The U.S. government is helping to develop border-security technology, but what about bias and errors?
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Why Some Jews Are Backing Germany's Far-Right Party
To many, the Alternative for Germany is anti-Semitic, plain and simple. But its opposition to Muslim immigrants is now drawing some Jews to the party.
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What's Magical, Mystical and Vaginal All Over?
OZY's Eugene S. Robinson addresses queries from the love-weary in "Sex With Eugene."
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Is Criminal Justice Reform Off the Table?
What was once a no-brainer for both parties has fallen to election-year politicking.
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She Supports Uber by Day, Black Professionals by Night
Angela Johnson, CEO of the Coalition of Black Excellence, is trying to change San Francisco's culture.
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Finding a Car That Truly Represents “You”
While your first car may not be a gold 1974 Mercedes-Benz, you can still find one that represents your unique personality.
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Special Briefing: The New Frontiers of Climate Change
A new climate change report sets serious deadlines for humanity to save the planet from catastrophe. But in every corner of the world, people are doing their part.
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Nigeria's Opposition Preys on President Buhari's Weakness: A Faltering Economy
President Muhammadu Buhari is widely seen as clean in a notoriously corrupt Nigeria. But his weak economic record could help the opposition.
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Listen to The Thread: The Radical Yankee Plan to Have the North Secede From the Union
A few years before the Southern states seceded from the Union, abolitionists were pushing the North to do the same.
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Tales of Loss: Six Great Mexican Reads by Women
These translated texts by Mexican women bring grief into clear focus, touching on the loss of heart, home and sometimes self.
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Where the Water Is So Polluted, It Poisoned 60,000 People in One Month
Basra, Iraq, has some serious infrastructure problems - and they could contribute to ongoing regional instability.
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Egypt Deploys Café Clerics to Fight Radical Islam
Stung by terror attacks, Egypt's government is turning to an unlikely battleground to win young hearts and minds: cafés
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U.S. Domestic Violence Murder Rate Rises
Dangers to American women: New stats show that nearly 1,000 women are killed each year by intimate partners.
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A Tale of Two States: Neighboring Dems Are Worlds Apart on Re-Election Chances
Heidi Heitkamp is badly losing in North Dakota, while Jon Tester in Montana seems safe. What gives?
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The Original Tiananmen Crackdown ... of the 1970s
You've seen footage of the 1989 Tiananmen Square protests. But the groundwork was laid 13 years before.
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Could a 2024 Presidential Run Be in Store for Nikki Haley?
It's unlikely Trump's outgoing UN ambassador is going away any time soon.
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This Pennsylvania Race Will Test Populist Street Cred
Democratic Rep. Matt Cartwright and Republican John Chrin are battling for Obama-Trump voters.
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This Chicago Cub's Season May Never Be Seen Again
Because having your name forever connected with Sammy Sosa's and Ryne Sandberg's is a big deal in baseball.
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Could She Close America's Science Education Gap?
Michelle Williams knew the American education system was failing children in science and math. So she did something about it.
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Solar Finds Its Place in the Sun Among America's Poor
Clean energy, long seen as a luxury for the affluent, is now reaching more low-income homes.
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Meet the Attorney on a Crusade to Toughen Up the GOP
Mississippi's U.S. Senate candidate thinks conservatism has already lost - which is why he might just win.
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Chinese Entrepreneurs Launch the Next Caribbean Invasion
Forget Beijing's big government-sponsored projects. A quiet flood of new Chinese immigrants is entering the Caribbean, reshaping a pro-West region.
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