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Mitch Landrieu Reminds Us That Eloquence Still Exists – NYTimes.com

But it also addressed matters that are forever tripping us up — race, history, healing — better than anything I’ve heard or read in a long time. It was the masterpiece we needed at the moment we needed it, and I fear that it was lost in the brutal whirl of news these days. It shouldn’t be.


Google now knows when its users go to the store and buy stuff – The Washington Post

The advance allows Google to determine how many sales have been generated by digital ad campaigns, a goal that industry insiders have long described as “the holy grail” of online advertising. But the announcement also renewed long-standing privacy complaints about how the company uses personal information.


Tawain’s top court rules in favor of same-sex marriage – The Washington Post

May 24 at 8:32 AM
BEIJING — A Taipei court on Wednesday ruled in favor of allowing same-sex marriage, paving the way for Taiwan to become the first nation in Asia to legalize same-sex unions and cementing its status as a beacon for LGBT rights. 


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