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America by Bus: Understanding America's Election on a 3,000 Mile Road Trip

bloomberg.com — "Any questions? Alright, we gonna get outta here," the bus driver shouted in one breath before pulling out of downtown Philadelphia's Greyhound station. Yeah, we have questions. How has your life changed since 2008? What events have shaped you and led you to board this bus today?

As Abortion Ruling Unfolds, Here’s What Comes Next

bloomberg.com — The U.S. Supreme Court's June 27 ruling on abortion was the most sweeping in a generation, leaving providers of the procedure and their allies on unfamiliar ground: victory. On the losing end was Texas, which in 2013 became the most populous state to pass stringent requirements that would have made it too difficult or too expensive for most clinics to remain in business.

Buffett-backed abortion researchers messed with Texas - and won - The Santa Fe New Mexican: News

santafenewmexican.com — Behind the U.S. Supreme Court's historic abortion ruling this week was a small band of academic researchers whose trove of data and analysis was instrumental in dismantling some of the country's toughest restrictions on the procedure in Texas and beyond.

Buffett-Backed Abortion Researchers Messed With Texas and Won

bloomberg.com — Behind the U.S. Supreme Court's historic abortion ruling this week was a small band of academic researchers whose trove of data and analysis was instrumental in dismantling some of the country's toughest restrictions on the procedure in Texas and beyond.

Abortion access expected to grow across US after court ruling

daily-journal.com — By rejecting a Texas abortion law Monday, the U.S. Supreme Court has set in motion a reshaping of the legal landscape across dozens of states where similar attempts to impose debatable medical requirements on clinics and providers are now in jeopardy.

Teleprompted Trump May Be Boring But You Should Have Seen Hoover

bloomberg.com — Donald Trump's fledgling relationship with the teleprompter has drawn mixed reviews, from stilted to dull to, of all things, scripted. The great irony of the effort to rein in his wild side by forcing him to stick to words scrolling on the device is that its debut in politics was aimed at fixing the exact opposite problem.

Abortion Access Expected to Grow Across U.S. After Court Ruling

bloomberg.com — By rejecting a Texas abortion law Monday, the U.S. Supreme Court has set in motion a reshaping of the legal landscape across dozens of states where similar attempts to impose debatable medical requirements on clinics and providers are now in jeopardy.

The Vanishing U.S. Abortion Clinic

bloomberg.com — Abortion clinics are closing in the U.S. at a record pace. In five states - Mississippi, Missouri, North Dakota, South Dakota and Wyoming - just one remains. American women were having fewer abortions before clinic closings accelerated in the last couple of years.

When Trump debates Clinton, no TV record in America will be safe

spokesman.com — Matthew Shields knows what he'll be doing after work on the last Monday in September. "It's going to be hilarious," the Los Angeles hairstylist says. "I can't wait." That may not be the appraisal a republic would prefer regarding any aspect of a campaign for the highest office in the land, but Shields speaks for many who are already breathless about the presidential debates.

When Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton meet for debates, TV ratings could explode

chicagotribune.com — Matthew Shields knows what he'll be doing after work on the last Monday in September. "It's going to be hilarious," the Los Angeles hairstylist says. "I can't wait." That may not be the appraisal a republic would prefer regarding any aspect of a campaign for the highest office in the land, but Shields speaks for many who are already breathless about the presidential debates.
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Sep 28, 2016

RT @ByRosenberg: Worth repeating America in 2000: 65,900 reporters,128,600 PR people America in 2015: 45,800 reporters, 218,000 PR people (per @BLS_gov)

Sep 28, 2016

RT @katetaylornyt: Can schools build a bridge between the police and minority communities? This Brooklyn high school is trying https://t.co/nBe5KgT5Ux

Sep 28, 2016

Gov. LePage blames Maine's drug prblms on blacks+Hispanics. His own records prove him wrong.  http://bit.ly/2cWUNqd   http://theatln.tc/2dfQwxw 

Sep 28, 2016

@DrAslamabdullah hi Aslam! I'm a news reporter + was hoping I could talk to you for a story. Can you get in touch? edeprez@bloomberg.net

Sep 27, 2016

RT @farhip: Dear readers: Please stop calling us ‘the media.’ There is no such thing.  http://wpo.st/8m_-2 

Sep 27, 2016

RT @erin_gs: Superstar readers confess the classic they haven't read. You'll feel better about skipping Moby Dick! #bookguilt https://t.co/5jd4XUtZ9f

Sep 27, 2016

RT @TheRealSchoifet: Attention presidential candidates: Don't try to run any NYC jive past ace City Hall reporter @hgoldman77 https://t.co/N4TpgX3Vui

Sep 26, 2016

listen listen listen to this @ThisAmerLife on a phone booth where ppl go to talk to the dead. it's incredible.  http://bit.ly/2d3IxFe 


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