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Bloomberg's Going Long on Gun Control. But 2014 Comes First.
April 16, 2014

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

Bloomberg's Favorite Toy
Inside the billionaire's quixotic, costly, and strangely milquetoast foray into opinion journalism
December 17, 2013

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

China's Government Is Scaring Foreign Journalists Into Censoring Themselves
December 09, 2013

“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.

Here's How Chinese Censorship Works
December 03, 2013

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

Gun Control Loses in a Swing State
September 11, 2013

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.

This Local Election Could Determine the Future of Gun Control
Why Michael Bloomberg has gone all-in on a Colorado race
August 28, 2013

Angela Giron, one of two Colorado state senators who is up for a recall election on Sept.

Do We Have to Choose Between Guns and Climate?
This town may only be big enough for one single issue movement
June 17, 2013

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—specifi

The Next Five People Michael Bloomberg Will Try To Convince To Run for Mayor
January 08, 2013

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

The GOP Can’t Afford to Ignore Cities Anymore
November 12, 2012

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

Obama: He’s Just Like Hoover (But in a Good Way)
November 02, 2012

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

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