Eliza Griswold

the New Yorker

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Journalist, author and contributor at the New Yorker.

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Voters in Southwestern Pennsylvania will choose a new Congressman on Tuesday.

Will Pennsylvania's election affect the midterms?

Voters in Southwestern Pennsylvania will choose a new Congressman on Tuesday.

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A recent Senate bill to block Syrian refugees from coming into the United States failed. But that doesn’t mean hoards of Syrians have entered the country since then.

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A recent Senate bill to block Syrian refugees from coming into the United States failed. But that doesn’t mean hoards of Syrians have entered the country since then.

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