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4 big things you need to know about Everytown for Gun Safety.

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Bloomberg's Favorite Toy

Inside the billionaire's quixotic, costly, and strangely milquetoast foray into opinion journalism

Bloomberg View spends big on fancy writers. Influence does not follow.

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“The visa question has insidious ways of sowing the seeds of self-censorship,” Dorinda Elliott, the global affairs editor at Condé Nast Traveler, wrote on ChinaFile last month. “I am ashamed to admit that I personally have worried about the risk of reporting on sensitive topics, such as human rights lawyers: what if they don’t let me back in?” Elliott is a longtime China hand who worked as Newsweek’s Beijing bureau chief in the late 1980s.

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Bloomberg News isn't the only one baffled by the country's capricious regulations.

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Not much more than a year ago, Jessica Ghawi, an effervescent college student and aspiring sports broadcaster, was shot and killed with an AR-15 semi-automatic rifle by a gunman at a movie theater in the Denver suburb of Aurora. Her mother and stepfather went to work full-time for the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence a few months later, after the Newtown shootings. They were crushed when the U.S.

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This Local Election Could Determine the Future of Gun Control

Why Michael Bloomberg has gone all-in on a Colorado race

Angela Giron, one of two Colorado state senators who is up for a recall election on Sept. 10 as a result of voting for new gun restrictions earlier this year, did not hesitate when I asked her over the weekend what the recall meant for New York Mayor Mike Bloomberg’s group, Mayors Against Illegal Guns, and the rest of the national gun-control movement.

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Do We Have to Choose Between Guns and Climate?

This town may only be big enough for one single issue movement

Ever since Alec MacGillis’s terrific piece about building a progressive answer to the NRA, I’ve struggled with a nagging question: If, as Alec shows, the way to move the ball on gun control is to embrace the issue with single-minded intensity—specifically, to attack opponents and bolster supporters, regardless of which party they belong to--then doesn’t that mean other issues will suffer as a result?

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If the whole Ed Rendell thing doesn't work out.

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Nixon's suburban strategy isn't going to cut it for Republicans in 2016.

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The unlikely president who set the precedent of treating natural disasters as a proving ground.

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