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Obama slams GOP lawsuit: ‘They’re mad that I’m doing something’
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President Barack Obama on Friday slammed Republicans for a forthcoming lawsuit against him over alleged abuse of executive power, saying such actions were only necessary because the GOP has been unwilling to compromise on even the most basic issues.
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Obama slams GOP lawsuit: ‘They’re mad that I’m doing something’

(Photo: Pablo Martinez Monsivais / AP)

President Barack Obama on Friday slammed Republicans for a forthcoming lawsuit against him over alleged abuse of executive power, saying such actions were only necessary because the GOP has been unwilling to compromise on even the most basic issues.

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On Looking: A Walker’s Guide to the Art of Observation
Alexandra Horowitz
My conversation with cognitive scientist Alexandra Horowitz on how to live with presence, break the tyranny of productivity, and learn to see the everyday Wonderland of life:

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On Looking: A Walker’s Guide to the Art of Observation

Alexandra Horowitz

My conversation with cognitive scientist Alexandra Horowitz on how to live with presence, break the tyranny of productivity, and learn to see the everyday Wonderland of life:

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On Looking: A Walker’s Guide to the Art of Observation
Alexandra Horowitz
My conversation with cognitive scientist Alexandra Horowitz on how to live with presence, break the tyranny of productivity, and learn to see the everyday Wonderland of life:

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On Looking: A Walker’s Guide to the Art of Observation

Alexandra Horowitz

My conversation with cognitive scientist Alexandra Horowitz on how to live with presence, break the tyranny of productivity, and learn to see the everyday Wonderland of life:

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Onagawa (Japan) (AFP) - Yasuo Takamatsu, 57, grunts with the effort of hoisting a scuba diving tank onto his back, as he prepares to step into the cold waters off Japan’s tsunami-ravaged coast to look for the body of his wife, one of thousands still missing three years on. “She was a gentle and kind person,” said Takamatsu. Takamatsu, a bus driver by trade, was never a natural candidate for learning to scuba dive and was worried he would not be able to do it. But he feels driven to the water when he thinks about the last time he heard from his wife Yuko, before the nearly 20-metre (66-foot) wave engulfed her.

Onagawa (Japan) (AFP) - Yasuo Takamatsu, 57, grunts with the effort of hoisting a scuba diving tank onto his back, as he prepares to step into the cold waters off Japan’s tsunami-ravaged coast to look for the body of his wife, one of thousands still missing three years on. “She was a gentle and kind person,” said Takamatsu. Takamatsu, a bus driver by trade, was never a natural candidate for learning to scuba dive and was worried he would not be able to do it. But he feels driven to the water when he thinks about the last time he heard from his wife Yuko, before the nearly 20-metre (66-foot) wave engulfed her.