Evan Osnos

New Yorker magazine

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Staff writer for the New Yorker magazine and writer of its Letter from China blog

Evan Osnos on KCRW

Win or lose, Joe Biden has a personal story of tragedy and ultimate survival.

Authoritarianism in America: What it means for Republicans and Democrats

Win or lose, Joe Biden has a personal story of tragedy and ultimate survival.

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Just as happened after other mass shootings in the United States, gun sales spiked after 49 people were killed in a gay nightclub in Orlando this month.

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Just as happened after other mass shootings in the United States, gun sales spiked after 49 people were killed in a gay nightclub in Orlando this month.

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Whatever you may think about Donald Trump - that he’s a genuine truth teller or a just political opportunist - this has definitely been his summer.

Who Are Donald Trump's Supporters?

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from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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