Nov 30, 2012


Feminist Roundup The Nation
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She Who Dies With the Most 'Likes' Wins?
Jessica Valenti
Nov 29, 2012 - 12:23 PM ET
Why letting go of being liked is so hard—but so necessary—for women.
When Domestic Workers Suffer, Our Economy Suffers
Bryce Covert
Nov 28, 2012 - 10:10 AM ET
One of the fastest-growing job sectors in the country pays per hour. That's a big problem.
Justice for Savita
Jessica Valenti
Nov 15, 2012 - 11:14 AM ET
Don't let abortion laws kill any more women. 
Feminists for the Win
Jessica Valenti
Nov 14, 2012 - 20:48 PM ET
Why women are winning the culture wars and what we should take on next.  

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No subject is off limits as photographers from all over the world submit their best snapshots to the 2012 National Geographic Photography Contest.
The negotiations are over, the deal is done, and David Wright will likely remain a Met for life. Wright will accept a seven-year contract extension worth $122 million from the Mets sometime on Friday, WFAN is reporting.
Biden flashed his new Costco card and attended Thursday morning's grand opening of the discount chain's first Washington DC store.
The resolution upgrading the Palestinians' status at the United Nations was approved by the world body by a vote of 138-9 with 41 abstentions.

Islamists approve draft constitution for Egypt
Cop's generosity immortalized in photo
UN votes to recognize Palestinian state
Nassau Co. man happy with $33M Lottery win
Zucker tapped as CNN's new chief in effort to save struggling network
Senate votes to bar transfer of Guantanamo Bay detainees to U.S. for another year

WRIGHT AMOUNT: Mets' star 3B to accept mega-deal at 7 years, $122 million
Rutgers sees hope for BCS bowl vanish in loss to Louisville
Scott singing different tune to fans now
Weiss: Long Knight for bowled over Rutgers vs. Louisville
Weiss: Long Knight for bowled over Rutgers
Fantasy Friday: How to cash in at garbage time

Lindsay Lohan arrested for nightclub fight
Halle Berry, Gabriel Aubry reach truce over tussle
A-list looks! How to get celebrity style
Trace Adkins lights up Twitter with Confederate flag earpiece
'Real Housewife' Kelly Bensimon sells Hampton home
Gerard Depardieu detained for driving scooter while drunk

Street artist whose mock ads claimed NYPD used spy drones is busted
Ray Kelly receives Winston Churchill Lionheart Award
Cop keys cop boyfriend's car — and brags about it
'Son of Sal' victim's family fights Con Ed over unpaid bill
Owe woes lead to death
N.H. couple wanted for alleged child abuse caught

Movie Review: 'Killing Them Softly'
Movie review: 'Addicted to Fame'
MOVIE REVIEW: 'Addicted to Fame' reveals Anna Nicole Smith's final film
Theater review: 'My Name is Asher Lev'
Circus Oz offers fun 'From the Ground Up'
TV REVIEW: 'Boardwalk Empire' returns with a bang

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Movie Review: 'Killing Them Softly'
The connection between gangsters and American aspiration isn't new. From "The Godfather" to "Once Upon a Time in America" to "Goodfellas" to "The Sopranos," we've seen the dark underbelly, and it is us.
Movie review: 'Addicted to Fame'
Though creepily exploitative, "Addicted to Fame" is also a valuable reflection of contemporary celebrity culture — simply because it shows us how low we've fallen.
Theater review: 'My Name is Asher Lev'
There's nothing abstract about the title "My Name Is Asher Lev." It's a straight-up declaration.
Heart and sole a hero
By warming a pair of feet on a cold New York night, Police Officer Larry DePrimo has vividly demonstrated why New York's cops are called the Finest.
Veto for Vito
No one deserved a favor from the special City Council districting commission less than Vito Lopez, yet no one came away with a bigger one.
Weed whacker
Of all the arguments advanced for legalizing medical marijuana in New York, the prospect of a windfall in tax revenues ranks as, perhaps, the worst.
Nov. 30: Expanded gambling, the Red Cross and Sandy recovery
Washington: In his Nov. 25 opinion piece, "Gambling away our cities," Richard Florida cites the faulty works of anti-gambling activists to unfairly pillory the gaming industry.
Immigrant advocacy group: Atrocities in U.S. immigrant jails persist
Almost as profitable as it is despicable, the business of incarcerating powerless immigrants continues to thrive, three years after President Obama acknowledged the injustices that have made the U.S. immigration detention system a human rights scandal.
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