Blake Hounshell

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Every new revelation in Mueller’s investigation seems to be followed by a wave of excitement in the media. However, there’s no smoking gun yet, and there may never be one.

'Russiagate skeptic' doubts Trump-Russia collusion

Every new revelation in Mueller’s investigation seems to be followed by a wave of excitement in the media. However, there’s no smoking gun yet, and there may never be one.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

At the UN General Assembly today,  Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas  focused on the lack of a peace process.

Netanyahu and Abbas at the UN

At the UN General Assembly today, Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas focused on the lack of a peace process.

from To the Point

In Tripoli, rebel leaders have placed a nearly $2 million bounty on Colonel Moammar Gadhafi, who remains in hiding, while forces loyal to the dictator freed 30 foreign journalists…

Rebel Libyan Leaders Meet with Western Envoys

In Tripoli, rebel leaders have placed a nearly $2 million bounty on Colonel Moammar Gadhafi, who remains in hiding, while forces loyal to the dictator freed 30 foreign journalists…

from To the Point

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