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Man.. I hope Joe’s alright. This hit is INSANE.

Shepard Smith returns this week to cable news with a new nightly newscast on CNBC. He says it'll be a pundit-free zone: “We're going to come out and do just the news.”

“The ideal subject of totalitarian rule is not the convinced Nazi... but people for whom the distinction between fact and fiction (i.e., the reality of experience) and the distinction between true and false... no longer exist.” Arendt, more than ever:

Tune in tomorrow evening for #BBCPanorama 's 'Test and Trace Exposed'. 🔎 An #investigation  into the government's tracing system, hearing from #whistleblowers  inside #NHSTestandTrace . Monday 28 September | 7.30pm @BBCOne  #Coronavirus  #COVID19 

Sherman Alexie's prize-winning novel “The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian,” followed by “Captain Underpants” and “Thirteen Reasons Why,” tops the American Library Association’s list of books most targeted by censors in the past decade.

Florida man suing McDonald's for alleged injury caused by Chicken McNugget

You want something that's a little bit more *speciale* than the rest? Here are 12 of Ferrari’s Special Projects cars →

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Rachel Carson published Silent Spring — the work of profound courage and profound loneliness — on this day in 1962, sparking the environmental movement. Her advice on writing and the loneliness of creative work:

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Where is the education secretary? 📰Coronavirus: Students 'scared and confused' as halls lock down

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