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Henry Grabar

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Writer for Slate

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France beat Croatia in yesterday’s World Cup final.

France wins the World Cup with many players of African descent

France beat Croatia in yesterday’s World Cup final.

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Ben Carson has no experience running a government agency. But it looks like he’ll soon be in charge of the Department of Housing and Urban Development, a $47 billion agency.

With Ben Carson to lead HUD, what’s at stake for housing policy?

Ben Carson has no experience running a government agency. But it looks like he’ll soon be in charge of the Department of Housing and Urban Development, a $47 billion agency.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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