When the match didn't take, I wound up with Merle Haggard.
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When the last presidential race was in its early stages, Katie Glueck was a senior at Northwestern University. Now covering the Ted Cruz campaign for Politico, Ms. Glueck, 26, belongs to a select group of millennial reporters who have a front-row seat to the greatest political show on earth.
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A-Rod once again owns the back pages of NYC tabloids. For the second time in his career, the third baseman for the New York Yankees is suspected of using performance-enhancing drugs
Roger Angell goes to work almost every day at The New Yorker, where he has been a writer and editor since 1956.