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What 2,000 Calories Looks Like

nytimes.com — Yogurt with fruit and nuts (210), toast and jam (85), coffee (2), beef stir-fry and farro (400), diet soda (0), pretzels (220), pear (100), chicken and arugula (490), Brussels sprouts and squash (55), water (0), wine (120), cookies (200) Writers, nutritionists, doctors, chefs and Michelle Obama have all been promoting a hot new diet: home-cooked food.
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In 2008 Mumbai Attacks, Piles of Spy Data, but an Uncompleted Puzzle

nytimes.com — In the fall of 2008, a 30-year-old computer expert named Zarrar Shah roamed from outposts in the northern mountains of Pakistan to safe houses near the Arabian Sea, plotting mayhem in Mumbai, India's commercial gem. Mr. Shah, the technology chief of Lashkar-e-Taiba, the Pakistani terror group, and fellow conspirators used Google Earth to show militants the routes to their targets in the city.
Dec 22, 2014

RT @csoghoian: Why did the NYT drop this Snowden bombshell the Sunday before Christmas? Guaranteed that many people won't read it: nytimes.com/2014/12/22/wor…

Dec 22, 2014

RT @csoghoian: Why did the NYT drop this Snowden bombshell the Sunday before Christmas? Guaranteed that many people won't read it: nytimes.com/2014/12/22/wor…

Dec 22, 2014

RT @daguro: Waiting for any #Snowden apologist to show how revealing the info about tracking the Mumbai group is whistle-blowing. nytimes.com/2014/12/22/wor…

Dec 22, 2014

RT @PreetiJha: "The most devastating near-misses in the history of spycraft"? Worth reading @nytimes probe into 2008 Mumbai attacks nyti.ms/1t1jS7V

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Prosecute Torturers and Their Bosses

nytimes.com — Since the day President Obama took office, he has failed to bring to justice anyone responsible for the torture of terrorism suspects - an official government program conceived and carried out in the years after the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001.
Dec 22, 2014

RT @svaradarajan: Finally, a solid @nytimes editorial on Torture, USA: The U.S. must Prosecute Torturers and Their Bosses nyti.ms/1GLLVur #CIAtorture

Dec 22, 2014

The 4th estate stands tall here, damn the torpedoes, as the 3 branches of government continue to tremble, crumble: nytimes.com/2014/12/22/opi…

Dec 22, 2014

A very strong opinion by the NYT. "Prosecute the torturers and their bosses," it says. nyti.ms/1v9f9uS pic.twitter.com/H6P2Llb8Sd

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Accusers and the Accused, Crossing Paths at Columbia University

nytimes.com — Knit cap pulled down over his ears, shoulders hunched against the biting wind, Paul Nungesser was almost indistinguishable from the dozen or so other students traversing the steps of Columbia University 's Low Memorial Library one menacing December day.
Dec 22, 2014

RT @jswatz: If this is @arielkaminer 's last NYT story, it's a rich one: Accusers and the Accused, Crossing Paths at Columbia U nyti.ms/1wd5zrk

Dec 22, 2014

RT @motokorich: Must read A1 NYT piece by @arielkaminer: interview with Columbia student accused of rape nyti.ms/1wd5zrk

Dec 22, 2014

Looking at the other side of an unresolved sex assault charge. Accusers and the Accused, Crossing Paths at Columbia nyti.ms/1wd5zrk

Dec 22, 2014

RT @lpolgreen: Troubling, nuanced story of a student accused but cleared of rape. By @arielkaminer, a byline I will miss greatly. nytimes.com/2014/12/22/nyr…

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Despite Police Union Troubles, Officers Save Anger for Giuliani

nytimes.com — With the indictment of union lawyers on racketeering charges and the Federal subpoena of union records, the 29,000 members of New York City's mighty Patrolmen's Benevolent Association might be expected to demand the scalps of their union leaders. But many police officers have turned their anger in recent months not on the union's leaders, but on Mayor Rudolph W.
Dec 22, 2014

RT @fstonenyt: 3. In 1997, police officers distributed fliers demanding that Mayor Giuliani be refused admittance to their funerals. nyti.ms/1GOUe90

Dec 22, 2014

RT @MattBinder: the NYPD sure loved Mayor Rudy Giuliani & what's happening now would never happen under him nytimes.com/1997/02/17/nyr… http://t…

Dec 22, 2014

RT @MattBinder: the NYPD sure loved Mayor Rudy Giuliani & what's happening now would never happen under him nytimes.com/1997/02/17/nyr… http://t…

Dec 22, 2014

RT @fstonenyt: 3. In 1997, police officers distributed fliers demanding that Mayor Giuliani be refused admittance to their funerals. nyti.ms/1GOUe90

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Hacking at Sony Over ‘The Interview’ Reveals Hollywood’s Failings, Too

nytimes.com — Kim Jong-un, who appears to be America's newly self-appointed minister of culture, has decided that "The Interview," the Seth Rogen film about North Korea that includes Mr. Kim's assassination, will not be released.
Dec 22, 2014

+1 @carr2n "Let’s just say the last few weeks in the American political and cultural narrative have been miserable.” nyti.ms/1GLiqZS

Dec 22, 2014

How the Hacking at Sony Over ‘The Interview’ Became a Horror Movie... or Put it Everywhere! @carr2n nyti.ms/1GLiqZS

Dec 22, 2014

.@carr2's on Sony hack: "If you are looking for courage on the lots of Hollywood, probably best to pack a lunch." nytimes.com/2014/12/22/bus…

Dec 22, 2014

RT @NickKristof: "a failing state that lacks the wherewithal to feed its people was deciding which movies we can see" nyti.ms/13SsYbR by @carr2n

Dec 22, 2014

RT @NickKristof: "a failing state that lacks the wherewithal to feed its people was deciding which movies we can see" nyti.ms/13SsYbR by @carr2n

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