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What we’re reading: Friday, July 26, 2013

In the opinion pages: The New York Times editorial board analyzes the work Secretary of State John Kerry is putting …Full story

What we’re reading: Thursday, July 25, 2013

In the opinion pages: as scandal surrounds Anthony Weiner and his campaign, The New York Times’ Gail Collins longs for the … Full story

CFT: Urban Meyer opened up at Big Ten Media Day, but will anyone listen?

We’ve cited it before and we’ll cite it again: according to the New York Times, 31 players were arrested under Urban Meyer at Florida. Some of the arrests were of your basic boys-will-be-boys variety, while others were far more disturbing. But by adding them all up, Meyer’s developed a bad reputatio Full story

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U.S. statistician Silver moves popular site to ESPN from NY Times

What we’re reading: Monday, July 22, 2013

Let Me Start: Filibuster Fight

The Ongoing Conflict Between Money and Emotions

Column: How to leak and not get caught

New York's attorney general scrutinizes payroll cards: NYT

What we’re reading: Tuesday, June 25, 2013

Anthony Weiner defends 1991 flyer as quoting the New York Times

What we’re reading: Thursday, June 14, 2013

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  Big banks making a buck off of...a can of soda?

In an amazing expose by the New York Times, Goldman Sachs, which can legally buy into the aluminum market, is moving aluminum around to slow delivery times which then raises the price of the aluminum commodity which affects the price of aluminum everywhere. Tuesday, a Senate committee looked into th

  Cashin: Explaining gold's recent moves

There are theories about accountability for gold in storage, says Cashin. Suspicion began to arise that the gold wasn't all there. The Sunday New York Times article just spurred on the conspiracy theorists, he says.

  'If I could wish one thing for Detroit...': What is the city's future?

The New York Times' Thomas Friedman and MSNBC.com's Richard Wolffe join Morning Joe to discuss the latest in Detroit's filing for Chapter 9 bankruptcy and the challenges to the filing. Can the state of Michigan help? What about Washington?

  Why some men may be more generous than others

Prof. Adam Grant and author Karen Finerman talks about a new study that shows the mere presence of female family members – even infant daughters – can cause some men to be more generous.

  Is Apple TV up to par?

Brian Stelter, New York Times, discusses his latest article about Apple's strategy for TV. He also shares his reaction to Netflix's Emmy news.

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