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The net neutrality fight is about to move to Congress  

The Federal Communications Commission voted on Thursday to rescind Obama-era net neutrality rules. Supporters of the change argue it will foster innovation and give customers more options, while opponents raise the specter of the "end of the internet as we know it" — and they have the sympathy of 83 percent of voters (including 75 percent of Republicans). That broad support for retaining the previous regulatory scheme may fuel efforts to revive net neutrality in Congress. Senate Minority Lead...

2017-12-16 13:26:00
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Report: Civil rights lawyer solicited donations for Trump accusers  

A civil rights lawyer named Lisa Bloom solicited donations to pay women who have made or were considering making sexual harassment allegations against President Trump, The Hill reported Friday. Documents reviewed by The Hill date these efforts to the final months of the 2016 election and suggest that people associated with political action committees supporting Hillary Clinton were among those Bloom contacted. "Bloom's efforts included offering to sell alleged victims' stories to TV outlets in

2017-12-16 12:38:47
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GOP voters' approval of congressional Republicans spiked as the tax bill was finalized  

GOP voters approve of their own party's congressional contingent for the first time since June, CNN reported Saturday, citing a new Quinnipiac University poll. The shift in Republicans' views correlates with the release of the completed GOP tax plan on Friday after conference between House and Senate leadership. Before the legislation was finalized, 60 percent of GOP voters disapproved of congressional Republicans; now a plurality of 47 percent approve. (CNN) "Political analysts say it's all a

2017-12-16 12:12:09
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Stronger winds to test California firefighters over the weekend  

Southern California is expecting very strong winds and low humidity for a 24-hour period beginning Saturday and ending Sunday. The weather conditions will pose a new challenge to the thousands of firefighters battling wildfires in the region, especially those dealing with the Thomas Fire, which is now the fourth-largest wildfire in California's recorded history. CalFire now reporting the #ThomasFire at 259,000 acres and 40% contained. Thomas Fire is now the 3rd largest fire in California histo

2017-12-16 10:55:00
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Judge temporarily blocks Trump contraception rule  

A federal judge on Friday issued a temporary injunction against the Trump administration's modification of ObamaCare's contraception mandate. The Affordable Care Act requires employers to pay for birth control as part of employee health plans, with limited exemptions. The Trump White House issued a new rule expanding those exemptions to allow almost any business to decline to offer contraception coverage for religious or moral reasons. Judge Wendy Beetlestone of Pennsylvania wrote in her opinio

2017-12-16 10:47:05
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Trump tweets promotion of book about his 'wonderful and exciting campaign'  

President Trump on Saturday tweeted an endorsement of a new book purporting to offer the inside scoop on his presidential campaign: Congratulations to two great and hardworking guys, Corey Lewandowski and David Bossie, on the success of their just out book, "Let Trump Be Trump." Finally people with real knowledge are writing about our wonderful and exciting campaign! — Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) December 16, 2017 Let Trump Be Trump is written by Corey Lewandowski, the fired Trum...

2017-12-16 10:23:28
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1. Republicans released their final tax bill Friday, the result of conference between House and Senate leadership. Dubbed the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, the bill includes $1.5 trillion in tax cuts. It maintains seven tax brackets for individual earners, with the top rate capped at 37 percent, down from 39.6 percent. The corporate tax rate is lowered from 35 to 21 percent. The bill also notably includes a deduction for state and local taxes, and it expands the child tax credit to be fully refundable

2017-12-16 08:32:00
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Roy Moore still refuses to concede and is trying to raise more money  

Former Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore on Friday reiterated his refusal to concede his loss to his Democratic rival, Doug Jones, at the polls on Tuesday. Moore told supporters in an email that the election "battle is NOT OVER" while soliciting donations to his "election integrity fund" to pay for investigations into voter fraud he claims may have cost him victory. Alabama Secretary of State John Merrill has not found any evidence of voter fraud. Merrill said his office has investigation repo

2017-12-16 08:20:30
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Trump reportedly won't let the CDC say 'evidence-based' or 'science-based'  

The White House has directed the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) to avoid using seven words and phrases in agency documents, The Washington Post reported Friday evening. The ban list is comprised of "vulnerable," "entitlement," "diversity," "transgender," "fetus," "evidence-based," and "science-based." In place of the latter two phrases, the directive suggested saying things like, "CDC bases its recommendations on science in consideration with community standards and wishes." While the ban on

2017-12-16 08:02:00
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How vacation guilt is keeping workers at their desks  

Here are three of the week's top pieces of financial advice, gathered from around the web: Vacation guilt keeps us at work"While many workers are eagerly anticipating their winter vacations, just as many have nothing on their calendars but work," said Jessica Dickler at CNBC. U.S. workers surrendered roughly 206 million vacation days last year, equivalent to about $66.4 billion in lost benefits, or $604 per worker. Just 23 percent of employees used their full allotment of paid time off. "Those

2017-12-16 05:45:02
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6 beautiful homes in Oak Park, Illinois  

Linden Avenue. Though most famous for its Frank Lloyd Wright buildings, Oak Park has a wealth of other historic architecture. This Federal-style, four-bedroom home from 1892 got a complete renovation in 2014 that restored original details and added high-end modern amenities. The house has a master bedroom with sitting room, a granite kitchen with eat-in island and butler's pantry, and a formal dining room, living room, library, and solarium. The landscaped property includes a sports court. $1

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GOP releases final tax bill, capping top rate at 37 percent  

Republicans released their final tax bill Friday, the result of conference between the House and Senate. The final legislation proposes seven tax brackets for individual earners, with the top rate capped at 37 percent, down from 39.6 percent. The corporate tax rate is lowered to 21 percent from 35 percent. Dubbed the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, the bill overall includes $1.5 trillion in tax cuts. The latest version notably retains a deduction for state and local taxes, which had been scrapped from v

2017-12-15 17:45:21
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Don't bet on the Golden State Warriors  

If you want easy money, don't bet on the Golden State Warriors. ESPN reported Friday that final scores in Warriors games this season are an average of 10.5 points off of their predicted point spread — a nightmare for bettors. In point-spread betting, gamblers bet on the difference, aka "spread," of a game's final score. And while the defending NBA champions win most of their games, their quality of play fluctuates drastically from night to night, which means the scoreboard's final tallies are...

2017-12-15 17:06:42
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The week's best photojournalism  

An icy road outside Krasnoyarsk, Russia. | (REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin) Argentina's Independiente soccer team celebrates a championship win in Rio de Janeiro. | (AP Photo/Leo Correa) People stand on a roof to watch the Santa Barbara wildfire near Carpinteria, California. | (REUTERS/Patrick T Fallon) Chairman Ajit Pai drinks coffee before the vote on repealing net neutrality rules in Washington, D.C. | (REUTERS/Aaron P. Bernstein) Rohingya refugees drill a well in Bangladesh. | (REUTERS/Alki

2017-12-15 16:21:33
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Paul Manafort's curfew is stricter than many high schoolers'  

President Trump's former campaign chairman, Paul Manafort, has at long last managed to convince a U.S. District Court judge to allow him to leave the Virginia condominium where he's been serving his detention in favor of staying in his home in Palm Beach Garden, Florida, The Washington Post's Spencer Hsu reports. Manafort and his business associate Rick Gates were indicted in October as part of Special Counsel Robert Mueller's ongoing probe into Russian meddling in the 2016 election. Manafort s

2017-12-15 15:46:00
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GOP Sen. Bob Corker flips to 'yes' on tax plan, likely enabling overhaul to pass  

GOP Sen. Bob Corker (Tenn.), a holdout on his party's tax reform plan, flipped to a "yes" vote Friday, essentially sealing sufficient support for the bill to pass. Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.), another hesitant vote, confirmed his "yes" earlier Friday. "This bill is far from perfect, and left to my own accord, we would have reached a bipartisan consensus on legislation that avoided any chance of adding to the deficit," Corker wrote, but nevertheless "I believe that this [is a] once-in-a-generation

2017-12-15 15:42:00
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Magnetic sperm could be the next big cancer-fighting innovation  

Researchers in Germany have zeroed in on a new cancer-fighting tool: magnetic sperm. Scientists at the Leibniz Institute for Solid State and Materials Research found that when sperm carrying a common chemotherapy drug were outfitted with what New Scientist described as "tiny, four-armed magnetic harnesses" and released near cervical cancer cells, the supercharged swimmers were able to eliminate 87 percent of the malignant cells they encountered in just three days. The harnesses "allowed [the sp

2017-12-15 15:04:49
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The week in 60 seconds  

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2017-12-15 14:12:08
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Australia has an unusual recommendation to prevent child sex abuse  

In an effort to protect children from sexual abuse, Australia has put forth an interesting proposal: Catholic priests should no longer be forced into involuntary celibacy. BBC reported that the Australian Royal Commission on Institutional Responses to Child Sex Abuse, a public inquiry panel convened to examine how children are exploited and abused within society frameworks like churches and schools, published that recommendation Friday as part of its final report after a five-year study. The pa

2017-12-15 13:58:00
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Republicans tweak child tax credit to win over final Senate holdouts  

Republicans made last-minute changes to their tax overhaul legislation Friday to win over holdouts like Sen. Mike Lee (R-Utah) and Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.), CNBC News reports. Rubio told reporters Thursday he wouldn't support the legislation unless it increases the refundable portion of the child tax credit. Rep. Kristi Noem (R-S.D.) confirmed the party will increase the refundable portion to $1,400, up from $1,100. "I believe that we're in a good spot and we should be able to earn his support

2017-12-15 12:51:00
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9 brutally hilarious cartoons about the GOP's Alabama shocker  

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2017-12-15 12:15:22
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This Virginia state lawmaker is on a quest to legalize public profanity  

Cursing in public has been banned in the state of Virginia since before the Civil War. Even today, public profanity in Old Dominion is a misdemeanor that can cost you $250. If you think that's some bullshirt, you're not alone, The Washington Post reports: Virginia House Delegate Michael Webert (R) wants to overturn this unusual law in the name of free speech. But Webert's plan could face some opposition in the state legislature, the Post explains, because "legislators who vote for repeal could

2017-12-15 12:09:18
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After disparaging FBI, Trump speaks at FBI National Academy graduation  

President Trump spoke at the FBI National Academy Graduation Ceremony on Friday, just hours after the White House claimed there is an "extreme bias" against the president among FBI officials. Trump himself had said earlier Friday that "when you look at what's going on with the FBI and the Justice Department, people are very, very angry." On stage, though, the president told the law enforcement graduates, "You rarely get the recognition you deserve. With me as your president, America's police wi

2017-12-15 11:22:00
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Trump says he won't discuss pardoning Michael Flynn 'yet'  

President Trump left open an awful lot of room for speculation Friday when he refused to talk about a potential pardon for his former national security adviser, Michael Flynn. Earlier this month, Flynn pleaded guilty to making "willfully" false statements to the FBI about his contact with former Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak. "I don't want to talk about pardons with Michael Flynn yet, we'll see what happens, let's see," Trump told reporters. "I can say this, when you look at what's going on

2017-12-15 10:20:00
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This Trump judicial nominee had a very, very bad confirmation hearing  

Sen. John Kennedy (R-La.) made the most of his five minutes of questioning Thursday during a Senate Judiciary Committee confirmation hearing for President Trump's judicial nominees — much to the detriment of Matthew Spencer Petersen, a nominee for the U.S. District Court judgeship for the District of Columbia. Kennedy's first question seemed pretty innocuous: "Have any of you not tried a case to verdict in a courtroom?" Petersen was the only one of the five nominees to raise his hand, thu

2017-12-15 10:14:00
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White House slams FBI as having an 'extreme bias' against Trump  

Former FBI Director James Comey evidently walked back what was initially planned to be a much harsher condemnation of Hillary Clinton's use of a private email server, The Associated Press reports, prompting the White House to claim Friday there is an "extreme bias" in the bureau against President Trump. Comey's draft of his highly-scrutinized remarks on July 5, 2016 — obtained by the Republican chairman of the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee — used language such ...

2017-12-15 08:23:00
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1. The Federal Communications Commission on Thursday voted to repeal the Obama administration's landmark net neutrality rules, which were designed to guarantee open and equal access to the internet. The vote followed party lines, with FCC Chairman Ajit Pai and the other two Republicans backing Pai's proposal, and two Democrats opposing it. The move marked a victory for internet providers such as AT&T, Comcast, and Verizon. Opponents, including Facebook and Google parent Alphabet, argued the chan

2017-12-15 08:16:00
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1. Congressional Republicans hit a potential obstacle to their joint tax overhaul deal next week when Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) said he would vote against the bill unless it included a bigger expansion of the child tax credit. The final bill reconciling the House and Senate versions is expected to be unveiled on Friday. Sen. Mike Lee (R-Utah) also wants more benefits for low-income families. The GOP has just a 52-48 Senate majority, soon to drop to 51-49 when Senator-elect Doug Jones (D-Ala.) ta

2017-12-15 08:04:00
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Star Wars: The Last Jedi makes near-record $45 million in previews  

Disney and Lucasfilm's Star Wars: The Last Jedi brought in a near-record $45 million in Thursday previews ahead of its official open on Friday, according to early estimates. The latest installment in the Star Wars franchise earlier in the week topped Disney's Beauty and the Beast, which was released in March, to become the year's biggest ticket pre-seller on Fandango. The Last Jedi is the online movie-ticket site's top seller in advance sales since 2015's The Force Awakens, which made $57 milli

2017-12-15 07:50:00
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Putin mockingly wonders if the U.S. Congress is 'normal at all'  

Russian President Vladimir Putin does not think too highly of the U.S. Congress, The New York Times reports. During his annual national news conference on Thursday, Putin openly mocked American "spy hysteria" and the hypocrisy of wanting Moscow's help on issues like North Korea while simultaneously treating the Kremlin like the enemy. Putin's comments followed a brief Thursday phone call with Trump. The White House said the pair talked about "how they can work together to resolve the situation

2017-12-15 07:22:00
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The Last Jedi is full of wonderful surprises  

Rian Johnson's Star Wars: The Last Jedi does what its predecessor, The Force Awakens, could not: It innovates and surprises. This delightful if overlong film has so many arcs and subplots that you'll find yourself parsing them later, trying to work out what exactly happened and why — not because they don't work, but because the film packs so many scenes that reward closer-than-normal observation. (Rewatch the red dirt battles and you'll see what I mean.) If certain moments are permitted to re...

2017-12-15 06:00:02
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How Apple lost its sheen  

When you've been writing about tech for some time, you always have to be prepared to answer one inevitable question from friends and family, especially around this time of year: "So, which phone/tablet/computer should I buy?" For years, my answer has been pretty reliable: If you have the money, just get whatever Apple makes. My reasoning was pretty simple. When people seek out advice about tech, all they want is to feel comfortable with their purchase. And it used to be that customers could cou

2017-12-15 06:00:01
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Don't fall for the scam to destroy Medicare and Social Security  

The Republican tax bill is moving closer and closer to passage. If the GOP manages to ram it through, make no mistake about what's next: a pell-mell rush to eviscerate social insurance programs like Medicare, Medicaid, and Social Security. It's a simple trick: You blow up the deficit with tax cuts for the rich, then feign shock at the deficits you just caused, then insist that the only way to "get the debt under control" is by slashing social programs to the bone. Don't buy this nonsense, not f

2017-12-15 05:55:01
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The creep of The Nutcracker  

Now that the holidays are upon us and the productions of The Nutcracker ballet are coming hard and fast, it's time to ask that age old question: What the hell is going on with Godfather Drosselmeyer? The Nutcracker has always been a story about a young girl's journey into adulthood and sexual maturity, and as Drosselmeyer creeps around the stage this year, in the wake of Harvey Weinstein and Roy Moore, he reminds us that the journey has always been fraught. If you haven't seen The Nutcracker in

2017-12-15 05:55:01
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The week I learned your ice is teeming with bacteria, and more  

Read more about the facts mentioned: The bad news: Your ice cubes are full of bacteria. The good news: We know how to kill it! (Discover) Playing computer games could keep your brain in good shape, new study reports (ZME Science) It's illegal to take a photo of the Eiffel Tower illuminated at night (Curiosity) Scientists have figured out why meteoroids explode before hitting the Earth (Quartz)

2017-12-15 05:50:01
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9 brutally hilarious cartoons about the GOP's Alabama shocker  

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2017-12-15 05:50:01
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Everything is going according to Paul Ryan's plan  

When Paul Ryan was in college, which he paid for in part with the Social Security survivor's benefits his family received after his father's death, he discovered the powerful scriptures of free-market economists and became an eager disciple. As he recently joked on stage with the editor of the National Review, "We've been dreaming of this" — this being scaling back the Medicaid program that provides health coverage to poor Americans — "since you and I were drinking out of kegs." While every...

2017-12-15 05:45:02
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Democrats need an agenda — and they need it now  

In the wake of the stunning victory by Doug Jones in Alabama, the Democrats have a very real prospect of taking over both the House and the Senate in 2018. Taking over the House requires winning only 24 seats, which, with the generic ballot favoring Democrats by double-digits and consistent outperformance across 2017's special elections, is a more likely outcome than not, even considering the impact of partisan gerrymandering. Taking over the Senate is a heavier lift, requiring Democrats to def

2017-12-15 05:45:00
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Disney vs. Netflix will be the great media battle of our time  

The Magic Kingdom is expanding its borders. On Thursday, Disney unveiled that it's buying 21st Century Fox for a cool $52.4 billion. The content Goliath that already owns The Lion King, Pixar Studios, Marvel Entertainment, ESPN, and the Star Wars saga will now gobble up The Simpsons, the X-Men franchise, and National Geographic as well. Disney is basically getting all of Fox's movie, TV, and cable operations, while the latter will spin off its news and sports networks into a new company. If you

2017-12-15 05:40:02
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Wit and wisdom from Fernando Pessoa, Tina Fey, and more  

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2017-12-15 05:35:02
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Into the crucible  

This is the editor's letter in the current issue of The Week magazine. This is the 16th time since The Week launched in 2001 that I've used this little space to try to make some sense of the world at year's end. Through this exercise, I've been surprised to discover that I'm an optimist, despite my veneer of journalistic cynicism. My livelihood has immersed me in the rich, colorful evidence of our species' foolishness, selfishness, and cruelty — sins I sometimes suffer from myself. Yet like...

2017-12-15 05:35:02
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Weekly news quiz: December 15, 2017  

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2017-12-15 05:25:00
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The Week contest: Viagra village  

This week's question: Residents of the Irish village of Ringaskiddy claim that fumes from a nearby Viagra factory make the locals unusually frisky. If a movie studio were to make a romantic comedy about this village, what PG-rated title could it give the film? Click here to see the results of last week's contest: Rocket man How to enter: Submissions should be emailed to contest@theweek.com. Please include your name, address, and daytime telephone number for verification; this week, please type

2017-12-15 04:17:00
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8-year-old girl reads books to sick kids via YouTube  

About once a week, Shira Josephson grabs one of her favorite books, snuggles up to her stuffed animals, and records herself reading out loud so children who are too sick to leave their hospital beds can enjoy hearing stories. The videos are part of her series Shira's Story Corner, posted to her YouTube page. The 8-year-old came up with the idea to read to seriously ill kids via YouTube after going through training to become a Junior Ambassador a Children's Hospital Los Angeles. While at the hos

2017-12-15 02:04:00
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Seth Meyers says any room Omarosa enters becomes 'a Situation Room'  

On Thursday, the government did something most Americans opposed and there was chaos and drama at the White House — so, just your average day in Washington. On Thursday's Late Night with Seth Meyers, the host examined the Federal Communications Commission's deeply unpopular decision to repeal former President Barack Obama's net neutrality rules, as well as Chairman Ajit Pai's love of gigantic coffee mugs and the term "light touch regulation." While this is huge news, it's being overshadow

2017-12-15 01:09:00
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Report: Mueller asked Trump campaign data firm for documents  

The Wall Street Journal reports that Special Counsel Robert Mueller has requested Cambridge Analytica, the data firm that worked for President Trump's campaign, turn over the emails of all employees who were involved with the campaign. WSJ says it was a voluntary request, as was another from the House Intelligence Committee, which the company went along with. The paper also reports Cambridge Analytica CEO Alexander Nix was interviewed by the House Intelligence Committee via video call this week

2017-12-14 23:44:00
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3 additional women accuse Dustin Hoffman of sexual misconduct  

Three women have come forward to accuse actor Dustin Hoffman of sexual misconduct, including one who said he exposed himself to her when she was in high school, Variety reports. Cori Thomas said in 1980, she spent an afternoon with Hoffman and his daughter, her classmate Karina, in New York City. Instead of picking her up at a restaurant, Hoffman changed the plans and told the restaurant to tell Thomas' parents to pick her up at his hotel room. Karina left and Hoffman decided to take a shower,

2017-12-14 22:45:35
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Email shows music publicist suggested meeting between Trump, Putin in 2015  

In July 2015, British music publicist Rob Goldstone suggested in an email his client, Russian pop star Emin Agalarov, would be able to set up a meeting between then-candidate Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin, The Washington Post reports. The Post obtained the email Goldstone sent to Trump's personal assistant Rhona Graff one month after he announced he was running for president, which asked if Trump would be able to attend a birthday party later in the year for the pop star's

2017-12-14 21:13:37
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Rubio won't support GOP tax bill unless it expands child tax credit  

Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) could complicate things for the Republicans as they try to pass their tax overhaul, having told reporters on Thursday he won't support the legislation unless it increases the refundable portion of the child tax credit. Senate and House Republicans say they have reached an agreement on a tax bill, which lowers the corporate tax rate to 21 percent and top individual tax rate from 39.6 to 37 percent, and are just ironing out the final details. As it stands now, the bill s

2017-12-14 20:10:30
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Firefighter killed while battling massive Southern California blaze  

A firefighter from San Diego died Thursday while fighting the Thomas Fire in Southern California, the state's fourth-largest fire in modern history. He's been identified as Cal Fire San Diego Unit Fire Apparatus Engineer Cory Iverson, 32, a married father of two. The Thomas Fire started Dec. 4 in Santa Paula, and quickly spread to the southwest and northwest. It is now at 242,500 acres, having moved from Ventura County to Santa Barbara County, and has destroyed more than 900 homes. It's been fu

2017-12-14 19:13:00
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Lindsey Graham is beating the war drums on North Korea  

Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) is adamant that war with North Korea is becoming more likely every day. "If nothing changes, [President] Trump's gonna have to use the military option, because time is running out," Graham told The Atlantic on Thursday. He additionally said he thinks there is a 30 percent chance that the U.S. launches a preemptive strike on North Korea — and that the odds would spike to 70 percent if North Korea conducts another missile test. To his credit, Graham — who has beco...

2017-12-14 16:16:43
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1. Had the fuel light not gone on in his car Saturday night, Dr. Javier Soto would never have stopped at a gas station in Merritt Island, Florida, and run into a former patient who needed his help — fast. While filling up, the OB/GYN was approached by a man who saw he was wearing blue hospital scrubs, Soto told People. The man said his fiance was in labor in the back of his truck, and when Soto ran over, he realized the woman was one of his former patients, who switched doctors because of her...

2017-12-14 15:47:00
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Alibaba wants to sell you a car from a vending machine  

Buying chips from a vending machine is so 2017. In 2018, buying a car with the push of a button is where it's at. Alibaba, a massive online retailer often referred to as the "Amazon of China," unveiled a video concept of its "Auto Vending Machine" on Wednesday. It's an attempt to simplify car buying, letting users browse, test drive and buy a car in a matter of minutes. Oh, and it's also shaped like a cat. The car-buying process starts with Alibaba's Taobao app. When customers spot a car they l

2017-12-14 15:28:37
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Your dog could live longer thanks to 3,000 golden retrievers  

A group of 3,000 golden retrievers from across the U.S. are taking "good dog" to a whole new level. Their checkups could help scientists beat canine cancer. These golden retrievers are enrolled in the Morris Animal Foundation's Golden Retriever Lifetime study, the U.S.'s largest veterinary study ever. It researches what increases the risk of dogs developing cancer and other health problems, and ultimately aims to help dogs live longer, healthier lives. More than half of golden retrievers end up

2017-12-14 14:50:55
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Rumors are swirling that Paul Ryan will step down  

House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) may not be long for Washington. HuffPost and Politico both reported that many Capitol Hill insiders believe Ryan intends to retire at the end of his term, ideally after he passes some of his personal legislative priorities — like, say, a tax overhaul bill and entitlement reform. While Ryan told Politico's Jake Sherman on Thursday that he doesn't have any plans to leave Congress, he did admit that "passage of tax reform would be a high note" to leave on. Meanwh...

2017-12-14 14:16:00
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Net neutrality is dead. Good riddance.  

Net neutrality is dead. This is a good thing. Even if there were no other compelling arguments in favor of killing net neutrality (though there are), the end of net neutrality would be welcome because it will frustrate the hopes of the largest group temper tantrum thrown by non-toddlers in recent American history. Has this country ever seen a more simperingly childish mob than the one responsible for the outcry over this boring prudential question concerning the allocation of hertz? Has so much

2017-12-14 13:57:00
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The U.S. just had a close call with Russian fighter jets in Syria  

American fighter jets on Thursday intercepted Russian planes in disputed Syrian airspace, MSNBC reported, the latest escalation of tensions between American and Russian forces in the region. MSNBC's Hans Nichols reported that the U.S. planes fired warning flares at two Russian fighter jets as they approached airspace the U.S Air Force claims to control. American and Russian warplanes have had several tense encounters in Syria this year. Nichols speculated that this latest action shows that the

2017-12-14 13:45:00
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After harassment allegations, GOP Rep. Blake Farenthold to retire in 2019  

Republican Rep. Blake Farenthold (Texas) will retire in 2019 at the end of his congressional term, local ABC affiliate Newscenter 25 reported Thursday. NBC News confirmed the report, citing two unnamed GOP officials familiar with Farenthold's thinking. Farenthold has recently come under fire for using vulgar insults to address staffers with whom he was angry, and a New York Times investigation depicted the lawmaker's office as a "hostile work environment, rife with sexual innuendo." Farenthold'

2017-12-14 11:00:32
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Officials apparently avoid talking about Russia in briefings with Trump  

President Trump is so consistently irritated by Russia talk that officials avoid discussing the country during the president's daily intelligence briefings, The Washington Post reported Thursday — despite the fact that all U.S. intelligence agencies agree that the Kremlin launched a concerted disruption operation during the 2016 election. "If you talk about Russia, meddling, interference — that takes the [briefing] off the rails," a former intelligence official told the Post. In the event t...

2017-12-14 10:45:14
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In selfless act of sportsmanship, teen helps stumbling competitor cross marathon finish line  

Chandler Self was mere yards from the Dallas Marathon finish line when disaster struck. The 32-year-old doctor had been leading the pack for the final 8 miles of the 26.2-mile race when her legs started to buckle from exhaustion. Luckily, Ariana Luterman, a 17-year-old high school athlete who was anchoring her team's relay, was there to lend a hand. Luterman helped Self to her feet several times and gently pushed the winner across the finish line: a display of sportsmanship that has since gone

2017-12-14 10:03:33
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9 more women accuse Russell Simmons of rape or sexual harassment  

In November, two women — model Keri Claussen Khalighi and screenwriter Jenny Lumet — accused Def Jam founder and lifestyle entrepreneur Russell Simmons of sexual assault, prompting Simmons to "step aside" from his business empire. On Wednesday, The New York Times and Los Angeles Times recounted the stories of nine more women, four of whom accused Russell of raping them. They said they came forward now because of the Harvey Weinstein scandal and Simmons' denials about sexually assaulting Kha...

2017-12-14 09:28:00
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1. Walt Disney Co. is buying 21st Century Fox's film and TV studios for $52.4 billion in a landmark all-stock deal unveiled early Thursday. Disney also is assuming $13.7 billion in 21st Century Fox debt, bringing the deal's total value to $66.1 billion. The sale comes after nearly 50 years of expansion by Fox media mogul Rupert Murdoch, 86, and leaves his company with remaining assets focused on news and sports. The purchase will help Disney battle new rival content providers. It also gives Disn

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1. Congressional Republicans on Wednesday reached a deal to reconcile the House and Senate versions of the GOP tax overhaul. The joint bill would expand tax cuts for the richest Americans, while giving big tax cuts to corporations and smaller ones for the middle class and low-income families. The legislation also would end ObamaCare's insurance mandate, a significant step toward realizing the GOP goal of dismantling the Affordable Care Act. "The cynical voices that opposed tax cuts grow smaller

2017-12-14 07:56:00
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Disney agrees to buy 20th Century Fox, other 21st Century Fox film and TV assets for $52.4 billion  

On Thursday, the Walt Disney Co. agreed to buy a passel of 21st Century Fox's movie and TV assets for $52.4 billion, giving Disney the 20th Century Fox and Fox Searchlight film studios and Fox television studio, FX, and the National Geographic Channel. Disney CEO Robert Iger will stay on as head of the combined companies through 2021, Disney also announced. The acquisition will require Justice Department antitrust approval. Analysts say that Disney wanted 21 Century Fox's content for its upcomi

2017-12-14 07:44:00
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The FCC is about to scrap net neutrality rules, even though 8 in 10 voters want them preserved  

On Thursday, the Federal Communications Commission, led by Chairman Ajit Pai, is expected to approve Pai's proposal to rescind 2015 open internet rules adopted under former President Barack Obama, with Pai and his two fellow Republicans, Michael O'Rielly and Brendan Carr, voting in favor and Democratic commissioners Mignon Clyburn and Jessica Rosenworcel strongly opposed. The new rules will allow broadband internet providers like Verizon, Comcast, and AT&T to block or throttle access to certain

2017-12-14 06:33:00
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Net neutrality is dead. Here's what that means.  

Net neutrality will die today. But what, exactly, will we be losing? Net neutrality is the set of rules that tell internet service providers (ISPs) — think AT&T, Comcast, or Verizon — that they have to treat all internet traffic equally. ISPs can only pump so much data through their proverbial pipes at a given time. Net neutrality forces them to give all websites, content, and services equal weight in distributing access to their pipes. Without net neutrality, ISPs will be able to pick and ...

2017-12-14 06:00:01
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Democrats should go after Ted Cruz  

Democrats' shocking victory in the Alabama Senate special election undoubtedly has raised their potential list of seats they might win. If they can win in the Deep South, they can win anywhere. High on the list of reach targets is Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas), who is up for re-election in 2018. Hillary Clinton did quite well in Texas, only losing by 9 points (better than she did in Iowa) — as compared to nearly 28 points in Alabama. What's more, Democrats have a solid candidate in the form of Rep....

2017-12-14 05:55:02
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Star Wars and the unfortunate ubiquity of the Final Climactic Explosion  

The Last Jedi, the ninth film in the Star Wars franchise, opens this Friday, and early reviews have been glowing. While I haven't yet seen it, my fondest hope for the film has been that it doesn't end, like many of its predecessors, with a gigantic explosion. As a member of Generation X, I have a deep and profound attachment to the entire saga, but I've also come to realize that the destruction of the Death Star back in 1977 was one of the worst things to happen to movies in recent decades. Not

2017-12-14 05:55:02
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How to thwart Trump's cruel crackdown on the DREAMers  

President Trump is presenting lawmakers with a Sophie's Choice on the DREAMers: Acquiesce to his draconian immigration enforcement designs, or watch him banish these blameless individuals. DREAMers — immigrants who were brought to the United States illegally when they were children — were one group of immigrants whom, during the campaign, Trump had assured he would leave undisturbed. Even as he pledged to enact a travel ban targeted at Muslims, institute "extreme vetting," and restore the n...

2017-12-14 05:50:02
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Why so strangely Yoda speaks?  

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2017-12-14 05:50:02
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Will Republicans learn the right lessons from their Roy Moore disaster?  

On Tuesday evening, Republicans managed to perform a seemingly impossible task. They took a state that has been one of their most reliable bastions, a state that had elected Republicans to the U.S. Senate without fail for decades, and coughed it up to the Democrats. The Alabama seat that Doug Jones won in the special election had been held by now-Attorney General Jeff Sessions since 1997. He had won his latest term in 2014 without Democrats bothering to field a challenger. The other Republican

2017-12-14 05:50:02
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Jeff Sessions might have destroyed the Trump presidency  

You've no doubt heard of the butterfly effect, wherein the flapping of a butterfly's wings can, over the course of time, distance, and accumulated consequences, produce a tornado. In our political moment, Jeff Sessions is that butterfly. Or more precisely, it was President Trump's decision to make Sessions his attorney general, which seemed perfectly reasonable at the time, that could well determine the entire course of his presidency and quite possibly its ignominious end. Yet this is one of

2017-12-14 05:40:00
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Whatever happened to scandal?  

This will probably sound absurd, but in my opinion the best thing that could happen to this country in the remaining weeks of 2017 and beyond would be an increase in scandal. I don't mean "scandal" in the contemporary sense of something bad that a politician or some other famous person did or didn't do or doesn't remember doing (or remembers doing in some unspecified but obviously less-bad way), the kind of thing that we either despair over or cheer for depending on what we think of the person

2017-12-14 05:35:02
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No, Republicans are not going to take your Medicare  

If Democrats have their story right, those tricksy Republicans are masterfully executing a not-so-secret plan to wreck the American social welfare state. This supposed plan looks like this: Step one: Pass a big tax cut that increases federal deficits and debt. So far, so good. GOP insiders expect a tax bill to become law by Christmas, if not sooner. And almost every budget expert thinks the legislation will reduce revenues by a trillion or two over the next decade. All those Republican claims t

2017-12-14 05:35:02
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Stephen Colbert doubts that God will save Roy Moore from defeat, and 'God' agrees  

"I'm a little shaky tonight, because my heart has been hurting all day due to a condition my doctor calls 'hope,'" Stephen Colbert said on Wednesday's Late Show. "Through the rubble of 2017, there was a glimmer of light, because last night, Roy Moore lost to Doug Jones in Alabama." His audience cheered. "It is the best gift ever given on the first night of Hanukkah — you're welcome, Roy Moore's Jewish lawyer," Colbert joked. "Thank you, black voters. It is the best thing African Americans

2017-12-14 04:27:00
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GOP Rep. Blake Farenthold admits to regularly calling staffers one particular vulgar name, says it was 'in jest'  

Former aides to Rep. Blake Farenthold (R-Texas) have described his Capitol Hill office as a beer-fueled frat house where sexual innuendo and angry outbursts by the congressman are commonplace, and on Wednesday, another former staffer, Michale Rekola, provided some more details to CNN. "Every time he didn't like something, he would call me a f--ktard or idiot," said Rekola, Farenthold's communications director for nine months in 2015. "He would slam his fist down in rage and explode in anger." A

2017-12-14 03:14:00
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Seth Meyers and Trevor Noah gape at Roy Moore's loss. Stephen Colbert turns it into a song.  

"Alabama has gone blue!" Trevor Noah marveled on Wednesday's Daily Show. He congratulated Senator-elect Doug Jones (D) on his victory, then said he didn't even really know what Jones looks like. "The truth is, in this race, nobody really paid attention to Doug Jones," Noah said. "The only question was: Who is Alabama gonna choose? An accused pedophile or a person allowed to babysit?" Republicans are now left with a one-vote majority, but they only have themselves to blame for going with "Cowboy

2017-12-14 02:20:00
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Doctor winds up delivering former patient's baby in gas station parking lot  

Had the fuel light not gone on in his car, Dr. Javier Soto would never have stopped at a Speedway gas station in Merritt Island, Florida, on Saturday, and had he never stopped at the gas station, he wouldn't be able to tell people about the baby he delivered there in the back of a pickup truck. While filling up, Soto, an OB/GYN, was approached by a man who saw he was wearing blue hospital scrubs and asked if he was in the medical field, Soto told People. The man said his fiancee was in labor i...

2017-12-14 01:36:00
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On The Daily Show and Late Night, four black comedians savor, take a bow for Roy Moore defeat  

There were a lot of factors that went into Senator-elect Doug Jones' (D) upset victory in Alabama on Tuesday night — a divided Republican Party, suburbanites who are fed up with President Trump, "and apparently, some people don't like accused kiddie-touchers," Trevor Noah said on Wednesday's Daily Show. "But there was one really huge factor that you can't ignore," he said: African Americans really turned out, giving Jones a higher percentage of the black vote than former President Barack

2017-12-14 00:54:00
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4-year-old holds his own readathon, finishes 100 books in 1 day  

When he grows up, Caleb Green wants to be an astronaut and a Ninja Turtle, but for now, he's content spending his time reading, reading, reading. The 4-year-old from Chicago set a huge goal for himself last Saturday — to read 100 books in one day. His father, Sylus Green, told ABC7 Chicago that at first he tried to talk his son down to a lower, more manageable number, but Caleb was adamant: He wanted to read 100 books. His parents got out all of Caleb's books, and borrowed others from fri

2017-12-14 00:51:00
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Roy Moore still won't concede, says we're all going to hell in a handbasket  

Alabama Republican Roy Moore, who lost Tuesday's special Senate election to Democrat Doug Jones, released a video message Wednesday night in which he told supporters he's not conceding and warned that the United States is in the middle of a "struggle to preserve our republic, our civilization, and our religion." With 100 percent of precincts reporting their results, Jones is nearly 21,000 votes ahead of Moore, but Moore said the race isn't over because military and provisional ballots have yet

2017-12-13 23:45:00
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Kentucky lawmaker accused of sexual assault fatally shot himself  

A Republican Kentucky state lawmaker accused of sexually assaulting a teenage girl in 2012 died by probable suicide on Wednesday, authorities said. Bullitt County Sheriff Donnie Tinnell said state Rep. Dan Johnson, 57, shot himself on a bridge in Mount Washington, Kentucky, his body discovered on the bank of the Salt River. Johnson, pastor of the Heart of Fire church in Louisville, was elected to the state legislature in 2016, despite his fellow Republicans calling on him to drop out of the rac

2017-12-13 22:31:00
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John McCain hospitalized due to 'normal side effects' of cancer treatment  

Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) was hospitalized on Wednesday for "normal side effects" of the treatments he's receiving for glioblastoma, an aggressive form of brain cancer, his office announced in a statement. McCain, 80, is at Walter Reed Hospital, and "as ever, he remains grateful to his physicians for their excellent care, and his friends and supporters for their encouragement and good wishes," his office said. "Sen. McCain looks forward to returning to work as soon as possible." He was diagnos

2017-12-13 21:50:00
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Deputy AG Rod Rosenstein defends Mueller against charges of bias by Republican lawmakers  

Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein praised Special Counsel Robert Mueller throughout his five-hour testimony Wednesday in front of the House Judiciary Committee, telling lawmakers that "based upon his reputation, his service, his patriotism, and his experience with the department and the FBI, I believe he was an ideal choice for this task." Mueller is investigating Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential election and any possible collusion between President Trump's campaign and the Russia

2017-12-13 21:18:48
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PBS suspends Tavis Smiley talk show over sexual misconduct allegations  

PBS announced Wednesday it has "indefinitely suspended distribution" of the late-night talk show Tavis Smiley after the host was accused of sexual misconduct. "PBS engaged an outside law firm to conduct an investigation immediately after leaning of troubling allegations regarding Mr. Smiley," the public broadcaster said in a statement. "This investigation included interviews with witnesses as well as with Mr. Smiley. The inquiry uncovered multiple credible allegations of conduct that is inconsi

2017-12-13 19:43:08
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Democrats ask Republicans to hold off on tax vote until Jones is seated in the Senate  

With a win under their belt, Democratic leaders on Wednesday called on Republicans to slow down their attempt to push through their tax bill and wait to hold the vote until Doug Jones, the newly elected senator from Alabama, is seated. Republicans say they have reached a deal on a $1.5 trillion tax plan, which lowers the corporate tax rate down to 21 percent and the top individual tax rate from 39.6 to 37 percent. Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) warned Republicans that if a bill t

2017-12-13 18:58:00
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Even the FCC's chief technology officer is worried about net neutrality repeal  

The chief technology officer of the Federal Communications Commission apparently has some serious doubts about his agency's plan to repeal net neutrality, Politico reported Wednesday. The FCC is expected to vote to repeal the equal-opportunity laws Thursday. Net neutrality rules, instituted by former President Barack Obama, banned internet service providers from blocking or degrading online content, as well as forbade these services from taking money to create "fast lanes" for lawful material...

2017-12-13 17:44:32
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Forged documents accusing Chuck Schumer of sexual harassment apparently used a real complaint against John Conyers as a template  

A forged 13-page document accusing Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) of sexual harassment apparently copied language from a legitimate complaint filed against recently ousted Rep. John Conyers (D-Mich.), The Daily Beast reports. Axios wrote Tuesday that the fake document that was circulated to several major media companies looked like a lawsuit that had been filed in U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia. It named a former Schumer staffer, who worked in his office from 20

2017-12-13 15:56:00
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Salma Hayek divulges years of terrifying abuse by Harvey Weinstein  

It's been two months since The New York Times dropped its Harvey Weinstein bombshell, spurring sexual harassment victims to speak out against the biggest names in politics and entertainment. Now, the Weinstein story continues. In a New York Times op-ed published Wednesday, actress Salma Hayek details years of horrifying encounters with the man she calls her "monster." Hayek's op-ed revolves around her time working with Weinstein on the Miramax movie Frida, in which she starred as artist Frida K

2017-12-13 14:49:00
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The White House just undercut Rex Tillerson again on North Korea  

On Tuesday, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson extended an olive branch — or at least, an olive twig — to North Korea, saying the U.S. was willing to have talks with Pyongyang without preconditions. Predictably, Tillerson's optimism was undercut just a day later by the White House, in keeping with a year-long pattern of President Trump disregarding statements made by his secretary of state. "Given North Korea's most recent missile test, clearly right now is not the time [for negotiations]," a...

2017-12-13 14:44:37
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House Democrat, scandalized by colleagues' clothes, reportedly calls certain outfits 'an invitation' for harassment  

Ohio Rep. Marcy Kaptur (D) told her colleagues at a private Democratic Caucus meeting Wednesday that she believes some lawmakers' clothing choices are "an invitation" for sexual harassment, Politico reports. The comments reportedly stunned other Democrats in attendance, with one claiming "nearly everyone in the room's mouths were wide open aghast." "I saw a member yesterday with her cleavage so deep it was down to the floor," Kaptur, 71, allegedly said at the meeting, which was convened to disc

2017-12-13 14:40:00
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Succulence triumphs in Europe's kebab fight  

Kebab lovers in Europe just won a huge legislative victory. On Wednesday, the European Parliament rejected a proposed ban on additives that add flavor to kebab meats, The Guardian reports. Green and Social Democrats in the legislative body had proposed nixing the ingredients, claiming that consumption of phosphate chemicals is linked to heart disease. But kebabs sans phosphates aren't so tasty, kebab lovers argue. The chemicals are added in small quantities to the huge chunks of meat that are r

2017-12-13 14:11:19
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This new Monmouth poll will have Republicans panicking  

A new nationwide Monmouth University poll released Wednesday does not have a lot of good news for Republicans. Perhaps most stunning are the results of a generic 2018 House ballot, where Democrats hold a 15-point edge on the GOP. Overall, 51 percent of registered voters said that if the election was held today, they'd vote or lean toward voting for the Democrat in the race. Just 36 percent of voters said they'd vote or lean toward voting for the Republican. Politico's Jake Sherman offered some

2017-12-13 14:01:00
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Watch Joe Biden console Meghan McCain over her dad's cancer diagnosis  

Politically, Meghan McCain and Joe Biden have a lot to argue about. But emotionally, they're on the same page. McCain, the daughter of Arizona Sen. John McCain (R), and the former Democratic vice president shared a heartwarming moment on The View on Wednesday as McCain emotionally discussed her father's cancer diagnosis. The senator was diagnosed with gliobastoma earlier this year — the same cancer that Biden's son, Beau, passed away from in 2015. On the show, McCain tearfully told Biden

2017-12-13 13:52:02
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The Trump administration drops lifetime federal judgeship nomination of 36-year-old who'd never tried a case in his life  

President Trump's ex-ghost-hunting federal judicial nominee — deemed "not qualified" by the American Bar Association but nevertheless approved by Senate Judiciary Committee on a party-line vote — will not ultimately "be moving forward" in the appointment process, NPR learned from a Trump administration official Wednesday. Brett Talley, 36, was in line for a lifetime appointment despite having never tried a case in his life, only practicing law for three years, and forgetting to mention his ...

2017-12-13 13:12:00
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Scientists discover smoking weed could benefit HIV patients  

Roll 'em up — in the name of science. A new Michigan State University study recently found that a chemical present in marijuana may be able to slow mental decline in HIV patients. Nearly 50 percent of HIV patients experience a decrease in cognitive ability over time due to the fact that the virus attacks the human immune system, sometimes causing "chronic inflammation" in the brain, the researchers wrote. The lead author of the study, Norbert Kaminski, and his co-author, Mike Rizzo, discovere...

2017-12-13 12:32:17
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Republicans reportedly reach agreement on final tax plan  

Republicans in the House and Senate have reportedly reached an agreement for the final version of their tax overhaul bill. Aides told The Associated Press that while certain details still need to be reviewed, the final legislation will likely be unveiled later this week. Although specific details were not immediately available, lawmakers had been working on getting the bill to a final vote next week that would lower the corporate tax rate to 21 percent and the top individual tax rate from 39.6

2017-12-13 12:16:00
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Here's how to catch one of the best meteor showers of the year  

Look to the skies tonight to catch one of the year's best and brightest meteor showers. The annual Geminid meteor shower will peak Wednesday night, streaking across the night sky from sunset to sunrise, NASA says. Sky & Telescope magazine called the Geminids "one of the two best meteor showers of the year." A thin moon means there won't be much light to distract from the show, and the brightest meteors should even peek through light pollution. Space.com suggests heading out around 10 p.m. local

2017-12-13 12:11:05
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Minnesota Lt. Gov. Tina Smith to assume Al Franken's Senate seat  

Minnesota Lt. Gov. Tina Smith (D) has been tapped to replace resigning Sen. Al Franken (D), who announced last week that he would leave the Senate amid mounting allegations of inappropriate behavior toward women. Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton (D) announced the decision Wednesday. Smith will serve out the remainder of Franken's term after he finalizes his resignation from Congress, and in accepting Dayton's appointment Wednesday she announced she would also run in next year's election to retain the

2017-12-13 11:25:34
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'Secret Santas' buy nearly $100,000 worth of gifts at Walmarts across the U.S.  

Santa made some early stops across the country this week. But instead of sliding down chimneys, he quietly walked through Walmart's automatic doors. Anonymous do-gooders paid off layaway tabs at Walmart and Toys R Us stores in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Arizona this week. The benefactors at Walmarts in Pennsylvania and New Jersey, described by NBC New York as "Secret Santas," each picked up bills totaling $40,000 or more. At the Pennsylvania Walmart alone, the donor helped about 200 families

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