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The Political Costs of Not Impeaching Trump

The Political Costs of Not Impeaching Trump

On February 13, 2016, Justice Antonin Scalia died. Before his body was in the ground, Senate Majority Leader announced he would block anyone President Barack Obama nominated to fill Scalia’s seat. The next week, Jeb Bush dropped out of the Republican primary, quickly followed by Marco Rubio, and eventually Ted Cruz, leaving Donald Trump as the presumptive nominee. showed Hillary Clinton beating Trump by solid margins, with forecasters pegging her chances of victory from to percent, and Democrats to take back the Senate.I was working for Senate Democratic Leader Harry Reid at the time. Being...

June 12, 2019
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Why Andrew Yang's Universal Basic Income Proposal Has Been Gaining Ground

Why Andrew Yang's Universal Basic Income Proposal Has Been Gaining Ground

Earlier this month, Andrew Yang officially qualified for the upcoming Democratic presidential debate, making him the only candidate so far on stage without a background in politics. Yang is a former tech executive and founder of Venture for America, a sort of Teach for America that sends recent graduates to work for start-ups in "struggling cities," as puts it, such as Detroit, Cleveland, and New Orleans. That probably best sums up Yang's very Silicon Valley approach to governing: Structural problems can be innovated away with entrepreneurial gumption. The central plank of his campaign is...

August 24, 2019
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Bill Walton Pays Tribute to Nikola Jokic’s “Flow”

Bill Walton Pays Tribute to Nikola Jokic’s “Flow”

Denver Nuggets center Nikola Jokic is the best passing big man in NBA history. It’s a basketball debate once worth having, but Jokic’s consistent wizardry over the past few seasons has all but put it to bed. The All-NBA center is only 25 years old, but has , something nobody at his position has ever done. Beyond the numbers, Jokic’s passes , made up on the fly and incapable of being delivered by anybody else.But long before Jokic was even born, Bill Walton—a Hall of Fame center who won two NBA championships, an MVP, and a pair of national titles at UCLA before several foot surgeries...

September 22, 2020
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The Best and Most Underrated Director’s Cuts

The Best and Most Underrated Director’s Cuts

The idea of the “director’s cut” is mythologized in cinema culture because it represents the triumph of a personal vision over studio mandates and the redemption of art that never got its proper due. For example, Hong Kong director Wong Kar-Wai includes a on the pursuit of the director’s cut in the gorgeous new Criterion collection of his films: “As the saying goes: ‘no man ever steps in the same river twice, for it’s not the same river and he’s not the same man.’ [...] I invite the audience to join me on starting afresh, as these are not the same films, and we are no longer the same...

March 29, 2021
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Justin Lin Talks About 'Warrior’s' Surprise Season 3 Renewal on HBO Max

Justin Lin Talks About 'Warrior’s' Surprise Season 3 Renewal on HBO Max

Here’s a piece of good news that should warm the hearts of action-TV fans everywhere: The drama Warrior is getting a third season courtesy of HBO Max. To say this development is unexpected is an understatement.In its first two seasons, Warrior told lively and literally hard-hitting stories about a varied collection of strivers and immigrants, many of them Chinese, in 19th century San Francisco. It’s back in the early ‘70s and is one of the very rare TV dramas not just to feature multiple characters of Asian descent but to make them and their relationships rewardingly varied, complex and...

April 14, 2021
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The 6 Most Essential Next-Gen Suits Brands

The 6 Most Essential Next-Gen Suits Brands

Some thought the Covid-19 pandemic would be the final nail in the coffin for the men's suit.And then a weird thing happened. Led by a new generation of designers and makers who are tinkering with the traditional formulas to invent (or revive) strange and exciting ways of dressing up, tailoring started coming back stronger than ever.The barometric designer Virgil Abloh was likely sensing this shift when he donned an epic suit—a belted blazer over voluminous trousers—in Paris on the day of his Louis Vuitton show earlier this summer. All around, stylish 20-something Parisians increasingly...

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Here’s How the NBA's Coronavirus-Fighting Ring Might Help

Here’s How the NBA's Coronavirus-Fighting Ring Might Help

Next month the NBA’s biggest names are tentatively headed to Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida to play out an abbreviated end to the season while isolated from the rest of the world. The league has developed an for a “bubble” to prevent coronavirus from spreading, featuring six tiers of access, special rules for golf outings, and a tip line to report violations.One small piece of the puzzle will apparently be the , a $300 fitness tracker that might be able to serve as an early warning system for the spread of COVID-19. According to , an informational memo from the players union...

June 17, 2020
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The Decline and Fall of Rudy Giuliani

The Decline and Fall of Rudy Giuliani

Eighteen months ago, with Robert Mueller’s investigation into the 2016 election in full swing, Donald Trump former New York City mayor Rudy Giuliani to serve as his personal attorney. The president made this choice, presumably, for three reasons. First, Giuliani is a famous Republican lawyer whom Trump knew well. Second, Giuliani was very, very available. Finally, and perhaps most importantly, of note wanted the job. Trump settled on his counsel for the most important legal fight of his life almost by process of elimination. His task, Giuliani at the time, was to bring Mueller’s work to a...

October 26, 2019
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Angry About Warren’s Exit? Use That Energy to Take Back the Senate

Angry About Warren’s Exit? Use That Energy to Take Back the Senate

’s exit reaffirmed that everyone loves a powerful woman as soon as she stops trying to take power away from men. It’s science: A 2010 Harvard study that “when female politicians are perceived to be power-seeking, voters react negatively with feelings of moral outrage.” There’s no way to run for president of the United States without being perceived as power-seeking, and the outrage directed at Warren tracked perfectly with the study’s findings, as she was of offenses like being “too ambitious, too needy, too much.”Intentionally or not, Warren’s Democratic rivals channeled this sexist...

March 10, 2020
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John McEnroe on His Temper, His Teenage Angst, and His Voiceover Work on 'Never Have I Ever'

John McEnroe on His Temper, His Teenage Angst, and His Voiceover Work on 'Never Have I Ever'

A lot of people probably think of John McEnroe as a tennis analyst on television, which makes sense. Approximately a quarter of the U.S. population was born after 9/11. Plenty more, including me, were in diapers when the former world number one was hoisting trophies at Wimbledon (three times in singles, five times in doubles) or winning big at the U.S. Open (four times in singles and doubles each). Which means a lot of us never got to witness the hall of famer yell at an umpire, play in a rock band, or host his own TV show—touchstones in what’s been one of the most varied careers that...

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