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Kony 2012

A sensational piece of filmmaking with a message, this video about the African warlord Joseph Kony drew attention to Kony, who is wanted for crimes against humanity by the International Criminal Court.

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Chronic City: A Novel

“Chronic City”

Jonathan Lethem pens a hilarious cultural satire that captures, with brilliance and wit, the essence of New York.

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Game Change: Obama and the Clintons, McCain and Palin, and the Race of a Lifetime

“Game Change”

Politicians are exposed in “Game Change,” Mark Halperin and John Heilemann’s juicy amalgam of White House gossip and scandalous stories.

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True Compass: A Memoir

“True Compass”

Published less than a month after his death, Sen. Edward M. Kennedy’s memoir, “True Compass” pays homage to the family and political life he loved.

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Mike Bloomberg: Money, Power, Politics

“Mike Bloomberg”

New York Times reporter Joyce Purnick paints a complicated, in-depth portrait of New York City’s 108th mayor in her telling biography, “Mike Bloomberg.”

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On Twitter: Barack Obama

Barack Obama made social media history by becoming the first United States president to use Twitter.

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“Hillary Clinton Loses Her Cool”

Videos of Hillary Clinton don’t usually go viral, but then again, Hillary doesn’t lose her cool very often.

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What’s good? Find out here. GOOD is dedicated to raising awareness and raising money for non-profits.

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Politico brings new depth and energy to political journalism with constantly updated news from the most connected reporters in the game.

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Web journalism continues to evolve, and if you want to see that evolution in action, you’ll start reading Slate, a publication that’s fun, literary and thoughtful.

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