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- The Washington Post’s Ezra Klein and Brad Plumer debate the usefulness of Twitter and call for a better way to distill the overload of information. ()
How Ezra Klein offended Twitter — WonkTalk
April 2, 2013
New York remains buried in snow
3 hours ago
Israel to demolish homes of synagogue attackers
AAA estimates 46.3 million will travel this Thanksgiving
Spain’s eccentric Duchess of Alba dies
McConnell: ‘Congress will act’ against Obama on immigration
Senators push national recall of Takata air bags
4 hours ago
Director Mike Nichols dies at 83
Three Thai students detained for ‘Hunger Games’ protest
5 hours ago
Witness describes ‘scary’ FSU shooting
6 hours ago
Police: FSU shooter acted alone
7 hours ago
Gun sales surge ahead of Ferguson decision
8 hours ago
Hong Kong protesters face low morale
Protesters arrested in Ferguson
9 hours ago
Man with gun in car arrested near White House
Cosby questions AP’s ‘integrity’ when asked about rape alleg...
18 hours ago
What is lake effect snow?
23 hours ago
Obama to announce immigration plan Thursday
21 hours ago
Protests erupt over University of Calif. tuition hike propos...
Syrian government air strikes intensifying
22 hours ago
NBC cancels Cosby project; Netflix postpones comedy special
Upstate New York hit with up to five feet of snow
Can Congress stop the president's executive order?
Obama uses Facebook to promote upcoming immigration reform a...
Acting Secret Service director calls lapses ‘devastating’
Miss Honduras and sister found murdered
Suicide car bomb kills five in Iraqi Kurdish capital
Family, friends remember U.S.-born rabbis slain in Israel
Keystone XL fails in Senate, GOP vows rematch
Relatives of Mexico missing give DNA
Ferguson prepares for grand jury decision