Frank Rich

New York magazine

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Essayist and writer-at-large for New York magazine; former long-time op-ed columnist at the New York Times and its chief drama critic

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Investigators report that the female killer in San Bernardino pledged allegiance to ISIS on Facebook on the day the mass shooting occurred.

Is Gun Control an Answer to Homegrown Terror?

Investigators report that the female killer in San Bernardino pledged allegiance to ISIS on Facebook on the day the mass shooting occurred.

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The CDC says the spread of Ebola in the United States is very unlikely. But that doesn’t mean there’s no danger for some people.

Ebola Fears Spread in US

The CDC says the spread of Ebola in the United States is very unlikely. But that doesn’t mean there’s no danger for some people.

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