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Fixes for nonproblems

What’s wrong with elections in Kansas is pretty obvious and basic – the 25,000 voter registrations in limbo over the proof-of-citizenship requirement and the room for growth in rolls and turnout. Yet the state’s top elections official is busy pushing fixes for nonproblems.

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Egypt releases Australian Al-Jazeera reporter

Al-Jazeera English reporter Peter Greste left Egypt on Sunday on a flight to Cyprus after being released from prison, following an apparent approval of the Australian journalist’s deportation from the country’s president, officials said.


Chaucer’s precarious road to the Canterbury Tales

Paul Strohm has written widely about the literary, social and cultural life of the late Middle Ages. His smartly written, entertaining, and beautifully made new book, “Chaucer’s Tale,” focuses on the year 1386, when Chaucer at age 40 lost everything he’d worked a lifetime to gain, and was sent from London to an ignoble, itinerant exile in Kent, where he died 14 years later, never having returned to London.


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