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  • A movie gem to stream this weekend: The Last Stand

    31 Jul 2015 | 9:17 am
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  • How Washington D.C. ended up with the same official font as fast-food chain Shake Shack

    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
 
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  • A movie gem to stream this weekend: The Last Stand

    31 Jul 2015 | 9:17 am
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    31 Jul 2015 | 9:15 am
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  • How Washington D.C. ended up with the same official font as fast-food chain Shake Shack

    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
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  • A movie gem to stream this weekend: The Last Stand

    31 Jul 2015 | 9:17 am
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    31 Jul 2015 | 9:15 am
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  • How Washington D.C. ended up with the same official font as fast-food chain Shake Shack

    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
 
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  • A movie gem to stream this weekend: The Last Stand

    31 Jul 2015 | 9:17 am
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    31 Jul 2015 | 9:15 am
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  • How Washington D.C. ended up with the same official font as fast-food chain Shake Shack

    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
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  • A movie gem to stream this weekend: The Last Stand

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    31 Jul 2015 | 9:15 am
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  • How Washington D.C. ended up with the same official font as fast-food chain Shake Shack

    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
 
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  • A movie gem to stream this weekend: The Last Stand

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    31 Jul 2015 | 9:15 am
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  • How Washington D.C. ended up with the same official font as fast-food chain Shake Shack

    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
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  • A movie gem to stream this weekend: The Last Stand

    31 Jul 2015 | 9:17 am
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    31 Jul 2015 | 9:15 am
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  • How Washington D.C. ended up with the same official font as fast-food chain Shake Shack

    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
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  • A movie gem to stream this weekend: The Last Stand

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    31 Jul 2015 | 9:15 am
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  • How Washington D.C. ended up with the same official font as fast-food chain Shake Shack

    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
 
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  • A movie gem to stream this weekend: The Last Stand

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    31 Jul 2015 | 9:15 am
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  • How Washington D.C. ended up with the same official font as fast-food chain Shake Shack

    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
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  • A movie gem to stream this weekend: The Last Stand

    31 Jul 2015 | 9:17 am
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  • The week's best editorial cartoons

    31 Jul 2015 | 9:15 am
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  • How Washington D.C. ended up with the same official font as fast-food chain Shake Shack

    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
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  • A movie gem to stream this weekend: The Last Stand

    31 Jul 2015 | 9:17 am
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    31 Jul 2015 | 9:15 am
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  • How Washington D.C. ended up with the same official font as fast-food chain Shake Shack

    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
 
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    31 Jul 2015 | 9:15 am
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  • How Washington D.C. ended up with the same official font as fast-food chain Shake Shack

    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
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    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
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    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
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    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
 
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    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
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    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
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    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
 
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    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
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  • How Washington D.C. ended up with the same official font as fast-food chain Shake Shack

    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
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    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
 
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    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
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    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
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    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
 
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    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
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    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
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    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
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    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
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    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
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    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
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    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
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    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
 
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    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
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    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
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    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
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    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
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    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
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    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
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    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
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    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
 
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    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
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    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
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    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
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    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
 
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    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
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    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
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    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
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    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
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    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
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    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
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    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
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    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
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    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
 
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    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
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    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
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    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
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    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
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    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
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    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
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    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
 
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    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
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    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
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    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
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    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
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    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
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    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
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    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
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    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
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    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
 
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    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
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    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
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    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
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    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
 
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    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
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    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
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    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
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    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
 
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    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
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    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
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    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
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    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
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    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
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    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
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    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
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    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
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    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
 
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    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
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    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
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    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
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    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
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  • How Washington D.C. ended up with the same official font as fast-food chain Shake Shack

    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
 
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  • How Washington D.C. ended up with the same official font as fast-food chain Shake Shack

    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
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  • How Washington D.C. ended up with the same official font as fast-food chain Shake Shack

    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
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  • How Washington D.C. ended up with the same official font as fast-food chain Shake Shack

    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
 
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  • How Washington D.C. ended up with the same official font as fast-food chain Shake Shack

    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
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  • How Washington D.C. ended up with the same official font as fast-food chain Shake Shack

    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
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  • How Washington D.C. ended up with the same official font as fast-food chain Shake Shack

    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
 
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  • How Washington D.C. ended up with the same official font as fast-food chain Shake Shack

    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
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  • How Washington D.C. ended up with the same official font as fast-food chain Shake Shack

    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
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    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
 
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    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
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    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
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  • How Washington D.C. ended up with the same official font as fast-food chain Shake Shack

    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
 
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  • How Washington D.C. ended up with the same official font as fast-food chain Shake Shack

    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
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  • How Washington D.C. ended up with the same official font as fast-food chain Shake Shack

    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
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  • How Washington D.C. ended up with the same official font as fast-food chain Shake Shack

    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
 
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  • How Washington D.C. ended up with the same official font as fast-food chain Shake Shack

    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
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  • How Washington D.C. ended up with the same official font as fast-food chain Shake Shack

    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
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  • How Washington D.C. ended up with the same official font as fast-food chain Shake Shack

    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
 
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  • How Washington D.C. ended up with the same official font as fast-food chain Shake Shack

    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
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  • How Washington D.C. ended up with the same official font as fast-food chain Shake Shack

    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
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    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
 
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    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
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    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
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  • How Washington D.C. ended up with the same official font as fast-food chain Shake Shack

    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
 
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  • How Washington D.C. ended up with the same official font as fast-food chain Shake Shack

    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
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  • How Washington D.C. ended up with the same official font as fast-food chain Shake Shack

    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
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  • How Washington D.C. ended up with the same official font as fast-food chain Shake Shack

    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
 
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  • How Washington D.C. ended up with the same official font as fast-food chain Shake Shack

    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
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  • How Washington D.C. ended up with the same official font as fast-food chain Shake Shack

    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
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  • How Washington D.C. ended up with the same official font as fast-food chain Shake Shack

    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
 
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  • How Washington D.C. ended up with the same official font as fast-food chain Shake Shack

    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
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  • How Washington D.C. ended up with the same official font as fast-food chain Shake Shack

    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
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    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
 
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    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
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    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
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  • How Washington D.C. ended up with the same official font as fast-food chain Shake Shack

    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
 
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  • How Washington D.C. ended up with the same official font as fast-food chain Shake Shack

    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
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  • How Washington D.C. ended up with the same official font as fast-food chain Shake Shack

    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
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  • How Washington D.C. ended up with the same official font as fast-food chain Shake Shack

    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
 
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  • How Washington D.C. ended up with the same official font as fast-food chain Shake Shack

    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
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  • How Washington D.C. ended up with the same official font as fast-food chain Shake Shack

    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
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  • How Washington D.C. ended up with the same official font as fast-food chain Shake Shack

    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
 
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  • How Washington D.C. ended up with the same official font as fast-food chain Shake Shack

    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
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  • How Washington D.C. ended up with the same official font as fast-food chain Shake Shack

    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
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    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
 
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    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
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    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
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    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
 
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    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
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  • How Washington D.C. ended up with the same official font as fast-food chain Shake Shack

    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
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    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
 
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    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
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    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
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    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
 
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    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
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  • How Washington D.C. ended up with the same official font as fast-food chain Shake Shack

    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
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    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
 
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    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
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    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
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  • How Washington D.C. ended up with the same official font as fast-food chain Shake Shack

    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
 
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  • How Washington D.C. ended up with the same official font as fast-food chain Shake Shack

    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
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  • How Washington D.C. ended up with the same official font as fast-food chain Shake Shack

    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
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  • How Washington D.C. ended up with the same official font as fast-food chain Shake Shack

    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
 
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  • How Washington D.C. ended up with the same official font as fast-food chain Shake Shack

    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
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  • How Washington D.C. ended up with the same official font as fast-food chain Shake Shack

    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
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  • How Washington D.C. ended up with the same official font as fast-food chain Shake Shack

    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
 
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  • How Washington D.C. ended up with the same official font as fast-food chain Shake Shack

    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
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  • How Washington D.C. ended up with the same official font as fast-food chain Shake Shack

    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
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  • How Washington D.C. ended up with the same official font as fast-food chain Shake Shack

    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
 
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  • How Washington D.C. ended up with the same official font as fast-food chain Shake Shack

    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
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    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
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  • How Washington D.C. ended up with the same official font as fast-food chain Shake Shack

    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
 
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  • How Washington D.C. ended up with the same official font as fast-food chain Shake Shack

    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
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  • How Washington D.C. ended up with the same official font as fast-food chain Shake Shack

    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
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  • How Washington D.C. ended up with the same official font as fast-food chain Shake Shack

    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
 
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  • How Washington D.C. ended up with the same official font as fast-food chain Shake Shack

    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
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  • How Washington D.C. ended up with the same official font as fast-food chain Shake Shack

    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
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  • How Washington D.C. ended up with the same official font as fast-food chain Shake Shack

    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
 
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  • How Washington D.C. ended up with the same official font as fast-food chain Shake Shack

    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
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  • How Washington D.C. ended up with the same official font as fast-food chain Shake Shack

    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
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    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
 
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    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
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    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
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  • How Washington D.C. ended up with the same official font as fast-food chain Shake Shack

    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
 
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  • How Washington D.C. ended up with the same official font as fast-food chain Shake Shack

    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
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  • How Washington D.C. ended up with the same official font as fast-food chain Shake Shack

    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
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  • How Washington D.C. ended up with the same official font as fast-food chain Shake Shack

    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
 
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  • How Washington D.C. ended up with the same official font as fast-food chain Shake Shack

    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
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  • How Washington D.C. ended up with the same official font as fast-food chain Shake Shack

    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
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  • How Washington D.C. ended up with the same official font as fast-food chain Shake Shack

    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
 
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  • How Washington D.C. ended up with the same official font as fast-food chain Shake Shack

    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
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  • How Washington D.C. ended up with the same official font as fast-food chain Shake Shack

    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
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    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
 
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    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
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    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
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  • How Washington D.C. ended up with the same official font as fast-food chain Shake Shack

    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
 
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  • How Washington D.C. ended up with the same official font as fast-food chain Shake Shack

    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
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  • How Washington D.C. ended up with the same official font as fast-food chain Shake Shack

    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
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  • How Washington D.C. ended up with the same official font as fast-food chain Shake Shack

    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
 
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  • How Washington D.C. ended up with the same official font as fast-food chain Shake Shack

    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
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  • How Washington D.C. ended up with the same official font as fast-food chain Shake Shack

    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
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  • How Washington D.C. ended up with the same official font as fast-food chain Shake Shack

    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
 
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  • How Washington D.C. ended up with the same official font as fast-food chain Shake Shack

    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
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  • How Washington D.C. ended up with the same official font as fast-food chain Shake Shack

    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
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    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
 
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    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
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    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
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  • How Washington D.C. ended up with the same official font as fast-food chain Shake Shack

    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
 
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  • How Washington D.C. ended up with the same official font as fast-food chain Shake Shack

    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
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  • How Washington D.C. ended up with the same official font as fast-food chain Shake Shack

    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
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  • How Washington D.C. ended up with the same official font as fast-food chain Shake Shack

    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
 
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  • How Washington D.C. ended up with the same official font as fast-food chain Shake Shack

    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
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  • How Washington D.C. ended up with the same official font as fast-food chain Shake Shack

    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
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  • How Washington D.C. ended up with the same official font as fast-food chain Shake Shack

    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
 
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  • How Washington D.C. ended up with the same official font as fast-food chain Shake Shack

    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
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  • How Washington D.C. ended up with the same official font as fast-food chain Shake Shack

    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
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    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
 
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    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
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    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
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  • How Washington D.C. ended up with the same official font as fast-food chain Shake Shack

    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
 
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  • How Washington D.C. ended up with the same official font as fast-food chain Shake Shack

    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
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  • How Washington D.C. ended up with the same official font as fast-food chain Shake Shack

    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
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  • How Washington D.C. ended up with the same official font as fast-food chain Shake Shack

    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
 
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  • How Washington D.C. ended up with the same official font as fast-food chain Shake Shack

    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
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  • How Washington D.C. ended up with the same official font as fast-food chain Shake Shack

    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
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  • How Washington D.C. ended up with the same official font as fast-food chain Shake Shack

    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
 
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  • How Washington D.C. ended up with the same official font as fast-food chain Shake Shack

    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
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  • How Washington D.C. ended up with the same official font as fast-food chain Shake Shack

    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
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    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
 
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    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
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    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
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  • How Washington D.C. ended up with the same official font as fast-food chain Shake Shack

    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
 
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  • How Washington D.C. ended up with the same official font as fast-food chain Shake Shack

    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
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  • How Washington D.C. ended up with the same official font as fast-food chain Shake Shack

    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
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  • How Washington D.C. ended up with the same official font as fast-food chain Shake Shack

    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
 
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  • How Washington D.C. ended up with the same official font as fast-food chain Shake Shack

    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
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  • How Washington D.C. ended up with the same official font as fast-food chain Shake Shack

    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
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  • How Washington D.C. ended up with the same official font as fast-food chain Shake Shack

    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
 
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  • How Washington D.C. ended up with the same official font as fast-food chain Shake Shack

    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
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  • How Washington D.C. ended up with the same official font as fast-food chain Shake Shack

    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
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    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
 
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    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
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    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
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  • How Washington D.C. ended up with the same official font as fast-food chain Shake Shack

    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
 
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  • How Washington D.C. ended up with the same official font as fast-food chain Shake Shack

    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
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  • How Washington D.C. ended up with the same official font as fast-food chain Shake Shack

    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
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  • How Washington D.C. ended up with the same official font as fast-food chain Shake Shack

    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
 
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  • How Washington D.C. ended up with the same official font as fast-food chain Shake Shack

    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
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  • How Washington D.C. ended up with the same official font as fast-food chain Shake Shack

    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
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  • How Washington D.C. ended up with the same official font as fast-food chain Shake Shack

    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
 
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  • How Washington D.C. ended up with the same official font as fast-food chain Shake Shack

    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
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  • How Washington D.C. ended up with the same official font as fast-food chain Shake Shack

    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
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    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
 
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    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
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  • How Washington D.C. ended up with the same official font as fast-food chain Shake Shack

    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
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  • A movie gem to stream this weekend: The Last Stand

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  • How Washington D.C. ended up with the same official font as fast-food chain Shake Shack

    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…
 
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  • A movie gem to stream this weekend: The Last Stand

    31 Jul 2015 | 9:17 am
    Watch a trailer for The Last Stand: Rent The Last Stand on Amazon or iTunes. Listen to more of The Week's streaming recommendations:
  • The week's best editorial cartoons

    31 Jul 2015 | 9:15 am
    **See more cartoons**
  • How Washington D.C. ended up with the same official font as fast-food chain Shake Shack

    31 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    It's called "Neutra," and you see it every time you turn on HBO's Girls, order a SmokeShack from Shake Stack, or go to a Washington Nationals game. And now the hipster-chic, thin, mid-century font is officially the typeface of Washington, D.C. View image | gettyimages.com "Whatever we're promoting, whether it's summer camp or a public health test, we want to make sure that it looks and feels like a government product," the D.C. Communications director Michael Czin told Wired. So how exactly did our nation's capital decide on a font? Let Wired explain: [Designer Andy] Cruz credits the font's…
  • Nancy 'we have to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it' Pelosi goes after Iran deal critics by asking whether they've read it

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:36 am
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) attacked opponents of President Obama's Iran deal on Thursday by expressing confusion over whether they'd still oppose the plan if they truly understood it. "You wonder why," she mused. "Have they even read it? [This opposition] looks political to me." Whether Pelosi is right or not, it's a line of critique that she is uniquely not positioned to make: Perhaps the most infamous line to come out of the 2010 ObamaCare debate was Pelosi's claim that "we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what's in it." Pelosi's quote was, of…
  • Donald Trump's first quoted words in The New York Times 42 years ago: 'That's ridiculous'

    31 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Donald Trump's tradition of giving hyperbolic sound bites dates all the way back to 1973, when he was the 27-year-old president of the Trump Management Corporation in Brooklyn. The New York Times unearthed its very first mention of the now-inescapable public figure, and his first-ever quote is quite fitting. First @nytimes story on Trump in 1973: “Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City” http://t.co/lfBsRxYzgH pic.twitter.com/s9L6GxmxNh — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 31, 2015 In the Oct. 16, 1973 article "Major Landlord Accused of Antiblack Bias in City," Trump got his…