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Paul Krugman | Zombies, Vampires and Republicans 
Economist Paul Krugman.  (photo: Getty Images)
Paul Krugman, The New York Times
Krugman writes: "Zombies have long ruled the Republican Party. The good news is that they may finally be losing their grip - although they may still return and resume eating conservative brains. The bad news is that even if zombies are in retreat, vampires are taking their place." 
Georgia Special Election: Republican Karen Handel Beats Jon Ossoff in Runoff 
Jessica Taylor, NPR News
Taylor writes: "Republican Karen Handel has won the costly and closely watched special congressional election in Georgia's 6th District, a blow to Democratic hopes of pulling off an upset in a district that President Trump only narrowly carried last year." 
Police Hunt and Kill Black People Like Philando Castile. There's No Justice 
Steven W. Thrasher, Guardian UK 
Thrasher writes: "Police harassment and violence, and the ways the system facilitate and enable it, are not exceptional to the US. They are part of what makes the US what it is." 
Nation's Opioid Epidemic Flooding Hospitals and ERs, New Data Show
Joel Achenbach and Dan Keating, The Washington Post 
Excerpt: "The coast-to-coast opioid epidemic is swamping hospitals, with government data published Tuesday showing 1.27 million emergency room visits or inpatient stays for opioid-related issues in a single year."
Tillerson's 'Transition' Remarks Prompt Protest in Iran 
Al Jazeera 
Excerpt: "Iran has condemned Tillerson's suggestion of support for 'peaceful transition' of government in Tehran."
Mexico Legalizes Medical Marijuana 
Excerpt: "Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto confirmed that Mexico has legalized cannabis for medicinal use." 
It's So Hot in the Southwest That Airplanes Can't Take Off 
Natasha Geiling, ThinkProgress 
Geiling writes: "In Phoenix, temperatures are expected to climb above the range in which some commercial airplanes can safely fly (small commercial planes are only able to operate in temperatures up to 118 degrees Fahrenheit). American Airlines has already cancelled 38 flights out of Phoenix, and it's possible that more flights could be grounded." 

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