When you need to know the 'why': Crosscut
In my line of work as a political consultant, it's crucial to understand how citizens and policymakers make decisions. When it comes to news, knowing what happened isn't enough — you need to know why it happened. That's why I read Crosscut.
Crosscut has an incredibly sharp eye for news. They drill down, helping you understand how today's headlines play into the big stories of our time.
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