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If you're the kind of person that wants to read about politics every day, there's something wrong with you.  Good thing you're not alone.

Nate Silver's team brings you 4 newsletters to choose from: lots of signal and a little noise straight in your inbox.


Produced by The Washington Post and edited by Aaron Blake, The Fix brings you 5 minutes-worth of the most important stories in politics, every day.

The Fix

The Fix

Co-authored by Jake Sherman, Anna Palmer and Daniel Lippman, Playbook is the must-read briefing on what's driving the day in Washington.

Politico Playbook

Mike Allen is your early-morning guide to the vital news in business, politics, tech and media.


Axios AM

Every weekday, political news and analysis from the staff of the New York Times.

First Draft

First Draft

Published by Jon Favreau, Jon Lovett and Tommy Vietor from Crooked Media, What A Day brings you the stories that gave them hope, pissed them off,  or made them laugh.

What A Day

Analysis of breaking news, highlights from the magazine and interviews, delivered daily or weekly.

Foreign Affairs

Matt Kiser's essential guide to the daily shock and awe in national politics. Read in moderation.

What The Fuck Just Happened Today?

From The Guardian, a weekly rundown on the debates and developments as Britain trundles ever closer to the exit from the European Union. 




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Brexit Weekly Briefing

A daily newsletter from Bloomberg's Brexit editor Simon Kennedy to get up up to speed as the UK edges towards European Union exit door.

Bloomberg Brexit Bulletin
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Edited by Ian Dunt, a unique take on the week in politics, just in time for Friday's lunch.

Expect smart and competent remarks on Brexit and more.

Politics@Friday Lunch

A voice for rational, principled and very much never-Trump conservatives.

Edited by Charlie Sykes, with help from a team that is not very popular within the current GOP.

The Bulwark
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