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One of Hawaii's few elected Republicans just quit and joined the Democrats  

On Wednesday, the number of Republicans in Hawaii's 51-seat House of Representatives dropped from six to five, when former Minority Leader Beth Fukumoto quit the party and applied to become a Democrat. Her Republican colleagues removed her as House GOP leader in early February after Fukumoto, 33, spoke out against President Trump at the Women's March in Hawaii. Fukumoto, a self-described political moderate of Japanese and Irish descent, said she was bothered during the election when she "saw me

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Climate Emails From Former Exxon CEO Rex Tillerson's Alias Account Have Disappeared  

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17,000 AT&T workers have gone on strike in California and Nevada  

After working without a contract for almost a year, an estimated 17,000 AT&T technicians in California and Nevada went on strike Wednesday. The workers are union members affiliated with the Communications Workers of America, District 9; they say AT&T is cutting their sick time and disability benefits, making them pay more for health care, and continually asking them to perform the duties of higher-paid employees, the Los Angeles Times reports; the technicians usually install and maintain the U-

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Trump's Links To Convicted Felon Who Stabbed A Man With A Margarita Glass Just Got Weirder  

NEW YORK ― Felix Sater has stabbed a man in the face with a broken margarita glass, run a $40 million mob-linked stock scam out of a storage unit, and been an FBI informant. Sater’s name has also come up repeatedly in connection to President Donald Trump’s ties to Russia and willingness to take funding from unsavory partners. The Huffington Post has found previously unreported connections between Sater and the Trump family through a company called Global Habitat Solutions. GHS cla...

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The Five Dumbest Questions Put to Gorsuch  

Brendan Kirby, LifeZetteIn addition to the physically taxing experience of sitting through more than 10 hours of interrogation at his Senate confirmation hearing Tuesday, Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch had to endure many questions that were silly or downright dumb. Such is the price to be paid for a lifetime appointment to one of the nation's most powerful positions. If the Democrats won't give the president 60 votes for Neil Gorsuch, then there is no Republican Supreme Court nominee they w

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Samantha Bee wants you to get to know President Trump's top terrorism 'expert,' Sebastian Gorka  

When he was campaigning, President Trump reassured some skeptical voters that he had "the smartest, the sharpest, the greatest minds," and "the best people" on his team. Samantha Bee asked, rhetorically, where all those people are now that he's in the White House. And on Wednesday's Full Frontal, she focused on one of those "best people," senior counterterrorism adviser, Fox News regular, and "Trump whisperer" Sebastian L. v. Gorka. "Gorka's got a cruise ship magician's facial hair and the pres

2017-03-23 05:01:19
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GOP Lawmaker Defends Use Of Japanese-American Camps During WWII  

One Republican lawmaker in Colorado appeared to twice defend the mass incarceration of Japanese-Americans during World War II while debating a bill that would prevent the state from carrying out President Donald Trump’s executive orders that target people based on their race, religious views or immigration status. “We keep hearing about how things went down with the Japanese people,” state Rep. Phil Covarrubias said Wednesday during a debate over House Bill 1230, also k

2017-03-23 04:56:37
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Nunes Tips Trump He Was Possibly Surveilled  

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2017-03-23 04:52:26
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Arkansas's Cruel and Unusual Killing Spree  

McCracken & Moreno, New York TimesArkansas’s plan to execute eight men in 11 days next month is a recipe for disaster, one entirely of the state’s making. Although the state has not put anyone to death since November 2005, it now says that it must execute two people per day on April 17, 20, 24 and 27 because its current supply of midazolam, one of its three execution drugs, will expire at the end of the month.

2017-03-23 04:39:07
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Rick Perry is questioning the legitimacy of the student government election at his alma mater  

Energy Secretary Rick Perry isn't letting being in charge of the nation's nuclear weapons programs stand in the way of getting involved in a college's student government election. Before he was the governor of Texas and a failed Dancing With the Stars contestant, Perry was a student at Texas A&M, where he was twice elected as yell leader. On Wednesday, he used his alumnus status to write an op-ed in The Houston Chronicle about the university's recent student body president election, which left

2017-03-23 04:33:57
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The Republican Reckoning on Health Care  

Jill Lawrence, USA TodayRonald Reagan wanted to shrink the government and Bill Clinton said the era of big government was over. But their talk was premature. There was still one great task for the world’s wealthiest, most powerful nation to accomplish, and that was to make sure all Americans could get health care.

2017-03-23 04:24:39
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British police arrest 7 after London attack, say assailant likely acted alone, 'inspired by international terrorism'  

On Thursday morning, Britain's Metropolitan Police counterterrorism chief Mark Rowley said that seven people have been arrested in overnight raids in London and Birmingham in connection with Wednesday's deadly attack outside Parliament and on Westminster Bridge. "It is still our belief — which continues to be borne out by our investigation — that this attacker acted alone and was inspired by international terrorism," he said. "At this stage we have no specific information about further thre...

2017-03-23 04:12:35
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The cop that killed Eric Garner had a secret history of abuse complaints and now makes almost $120k  

The haunting last words of Eric Garner, "I can't breathe," became one of the unofficial slogans of the Black Lives Matter movement and the larger movement against police brutality. Garner died on July 14, 2014, when NYPD Officer Daniel Pantaleo fatally choked him after an encounter over the sale of loose cigarettes.  According to documents obtained by ThinkProgress, it turns out that Pantaleo has a history of complaints against him and recommended disciplinary action dating back years ...

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Seth Meyers shares Trump's surprise that Abraham Lincoln was a Republican  

President Trump, bogged down in investigations about his campaign's possible ties to Russian intelligence, "is apparently desperate for literally any good news these days," Seth Meyers said on Wednesday's Late Night. So on Tuesday night, Trump brought up old Abraham Lincoln at a National Republican Congressional Committee fundraiser, sharing what he believed might be useful trivia. "Trump wants a super PAC to take out an ad to let people know Lincoln was a Republican," Meyers sighed, breaking o

2017-03-23 03:51:50
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Middle school security guard spends his free time teaching kids about music  

During the day, Marvin Hatchett is a security guard at Wilson Middle School in Pasadena, California, but once the bell rings, he becomes a music teacher, mentor, and champion of the arts. The school does not have enough money for a music program, and since 1983, Hatchett has served as a one-man performing arts department, teaching students at Wilson everything from the drums to the violin. Many of the students can't afford to purchase their own instruments, and when he's able to secure funds, H

2017-03-23 03:37:33
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Fox News viewers are gunning for Shep Smith. How will Fox News respond?  

With Megyn Kelly no longer on the air occasionally pushing back against President Trump's treatment of women, Fox News viewers are channeling their ire toward Shepard Smith, who anchors the news and opinion network's afternoon and breaking news coverage. "Smith's persistent fact-mongering has made him persona non grata among some parts of the Fox News faithful," says Paul Farhi at The Washington Post. Smith's past comments affirming human-influenced climate change, supporting same-sex marriage,

2017-03-23 03:34:32
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The Real Danger to Speech Is Corporate  

Ben Domenech, The FederalistFear of crackdown on free speech is a bipartisan thing these days. In the run-up to the 2016 election, conservatives were terrified that Hillary Clinton would ratchet up the crackdown on right of center groups seen under the Obama administration’s IRS, and particularly the exposure of even modest members of the donor class to public outcry along the lines of Brendan Eich’s experience at Mozilla. In the aftermath of the election, journalists in particular

2017-03-23 03:29:38
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Forgery and voter fraud charges filed against the former chairman of the Colorado Republican Party  

The Colorado secretary of state's office is filing charges against a single voter relating to the 2016 campaign and the accused is Steven Curtis, former chairman of the Colorado Republican Party. He's been charged with forgery and voter fraud. From ABC 7 in Denver: Steven Curtis was the chairman of the state party from 1997 to 1999. He was charged Feb. 1 with one count of forgery of a public record, a fifth-degree felony, and an elections mail-in ballot offense, a misdemeanor. The c...

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Freedom Caucus Closing In On Deal To Rewrite Health Care Bill At 11th Hour  

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GOP Rep. Thomas Massie Says Trump Could Be A 'One-Term President' If Health Care Bill Passes  

.@RepThomasMassie: GOP fears Trump a "one-term president" if health care bill passes, adds "we're tying to save him" OutFrontCNN (@OutFrontCNN) March 22, 2017 A Republican lawmaker says he is trying to save President Donald Trump by voting against the White House-backed health care bill. “We’re afraid he’s a one-term president if this passes,” Rep. Thomas Massie (R-Ky.) told CNN’s Kate Bolduan. “We are trying to save

2017-03-23 03:01:37
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Stephen Colbert wonders what's in the GOP's 'three-bucket' TrumpCare strategy's buckets  

"For weeks now, Republicans have been pushing their ObamaCare replacement plan, but the bill has a pre-existing condition," Stephen Colbert said Wednesday on The Late Show: "Everybody hates it." Having trouble selling TrumpCare to Republican lawmakers, much less Democrats or the public, GOP leaders are "rebranding, they're introducing the 'three-bucket strategy,'" Colbert said. "So no health care, but with all those buckets, think of how much you'll save on urns." "Maybe it's not literal bucket

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Is the Trump Organization vetting new deals on ethics like they promised they would? No comment.  

Donald Trump's business and lawyers, in January: We will absolutely vet all business deals for conflicts of interest to reassure voters that Trump's official actions "are for their benefit and not to support his financial interests." Donald Trump's business and lawyers, in March: We have no comment on that business deal that stands to enrich Trump. Mother Jones reports: The first deal completed after Trump's swearing-in suggested the vetting procedures are weak. This tra...

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FDA Links Breast Implants To Deaths From Rare Type Of Cancer  

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Good-Golly Gorsuch May Turn Out to Be a Rascal on the Bench  

Dana Milbank, WPThe nomination of Neil Gorsuch presents the Senate with a constitutional dilemma: Is this nation prepared to have Eddie Haskell serving a lifetime appointment on the Supreme Court? The most noteworthy thing to emerge from Gorsuch’s testimony Tuesday before the Senate Judiciary Committee wasn’t his judicial philosophy (conservative), his credentials (considerable) nor even the likelihood of confirmation (virtually certain). What stood out was his aw-shucks, good-golly

2017-03-23 02:44:38
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Democrats Exploring Deal With McConnell On Gorsuch Nomination  

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Oklahoma Republican Says God Can Use Rape And Incest To 'Bring Beauty From Ashes'  

A Republican lawmaker in Oklahoma defending an anti-abortion bill claimed that rape and incest could be part of God’s will. The bill by state Rep. George Faught would ban abortion due to genetic abnormalities or Down syndrome, with no exceptions for cases of rape and incest. Democrats challenged him on that in a debate on the floor of the state’s House of Representatives. “Is rape the will of God?” asked Rep. Cory Williams. “If you read the Bible, there&

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Open thread for night owls: Colin Gordon ponders 'What's the matter with Iowa?'  

At Dissent, Colin Gordon writes—What's the Matter with Iowa? Since January, much of our political attention has been drawn to the dangerously dysfunctional first hundred days of the Trump presidency, whose major policy forays, notably around immigration and health care, have been marked by a frightening combination of flailing incompetence and blunt cruelty. But as Washington has become absorbed by Russia, tax returns, and Twitter tantrums, the right's legislative agenda has unfolded ...

2017-03-23 02:29:41
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Hawaii Lawmaker Beth Fukumoto Resigns From Republican Party Over Divisive Rhetoric  

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Alaska Airlines dropping Virgin America's name and logo  

The name may be going away, but the mood lighting is here to stay. On Wednesday, three months after finishing a $2.6 billion acquisition of Virgin America, Alaska Airlines announced that the Virgin America brand will be dropped by 2019, MarketWatch reports. "While the Virgin America name is beloved to many, we concluded that to be successful on the West Coast, we had to do so under one name — for consistency and efficiency, and to allow us to continue to deliver low fares," Sangita Woerne, vi...

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Mental Health, Maternity Care Guarantees In Jeopardy As GOP Wrangles For Votes  

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California proposal would pull public investments from companies bidding on Trump's wall  

A new proposal in California—where national popular vote loser Donald Trump lost the state's popular vote to Hillary Clinton by more than 4 million—would "pull all public investments from companies involved in the construction" of his border wall (that Mexico isn't paying for): Assembly Bill 946 would give CalPERS and CalSTRS, the state's massive public employee and teacher retirement systems, one year to identify and liquidate any holdings in companies working on the wa...

2017-03-23 01:17:52
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Trump's Right: Close the Deal on Obamacare Repeal  

Adriana Cohen, Boston HeraldPresident Trump is facing the first crucial test of his presidency — repealing and replacing Obamacare — and he needs to apply the negotiating chops and deal-making skills he bragged about in his bestselling book, “The Art of the Deal,” to fixing our broken health-care system.

2017-03-23 01:11:49
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Trevor Noah: Neil Gorsuch Speaks Like Every Action Hero Ever  

Neil Gorsuch seems to be wowing Republican senators like Ted Cruz during his Supreme Court confirmation hearing, and Trevor Noah can understand why. “Not only is he handsome, athletic and a living symbol of a historic Republican power grab, he also speaks like he’s starring in every action movie ever,” Noah said Wednesday on “The Daily Show.” Noah then showed clips of Gorsuch talking tough in a manner that wouldn’t be out of place in, well, every actio

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Midday open thread: Billions paid for gun-related health care; loss of forests cuts emissions goals  

Today's comic by Matt Bors is Taking a leak: A Calendar of Resistance Events • Indian Child Welfare Act survives attack from conservative groups: Tribal leaders and advocates are breathing a sigh of relief after a federal judge rejected a broad attack on the Indian Child Welfare Act. But conservative legal groups, aided by some within the adoption industry, contend the law is racist because it only applies to one class of childr...

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London Police Officer Fatally Stabbed In Terror Attack Identified As 15-Year Veteran  

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Freedom Caucus: There are 25 solid 'no' votes on Trumpcare  

Popular vote loser Donald Trump used his best negotiator skills Wednesday morning with the Freedom Caucus to convince them to vote for Trumpcare, and the Freedom Caucus says "no thanks." xBREAKING: more than 25 Freedom Caucus 'No's' on AHCA -- group says "start over"— Alyssa Farah (@Alyssafarah) March 22, 2017 Who's Alyssa Farah? you ask. She's the maniacs' spokesperson. The bill can only lose 22 Republicans. So much for Paul Ryan's happy talk. Ryan told conservative radio host ...

2017-03-22 20:45:57
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HUFFPOST HILL - Trump Eager To Move Past Health Care And Focus On Rampant Treason  

Like what you read below? Sign up for HUFFPOST HILL and get a cheeky dose of political news every evening! We’re getting to the point where the question isn’t whether Paul Manafort has a go-bag, but how many foreign passports he’s hiding in his spare pair of Berluti loafers. If you see a defeated Devin Nunes chucking a cork board, a bunch of thumbtacks and a spool of red string into a trashcan outside the White House, just leave the dude be. And the AHCA will pass the House t

2017-03-22 19:41:42
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Nunes: there may have been 'incidental collection' of Trump communications  

Republican chair of the House intelligence committee, Devin Nunes, stepped in front of cameras today to drop a bombshell of vagueness. Rep. Devin Nunes, R-Calif., told a news conference Wednesday that the communications appear to be picked up through "incidental collection" and do not appear to be related to the ongoing FBI investigation into Trump associates' contacts with Russia. He says he believes the intelligence collections were done legally. What does that mean? According to Nun

2017-03-22 19:19:58
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This Is Why Repealing Obamacare Looks So Much Uglier Than Passing It Did  

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At Rutgers, attendance for a program helping women run for office has surged nearly 300 percent  

Spurred by the 2016 presidential election and subsequent, record-breaking protests against the new administration, a flood of first-time candidates across the nation—primarily women—are readying themselves to run for office "on local ballots, from school boards to town councils to state legislatures": Emily's List, the national organization dedicated to advancing Democratic women in politics, has been contacted by more than 10,000 women saying they were going to run for local an...

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Report: FBI has information that suggests coordination between Trump associates, Russia  

The FBI is reviewing information that counterintelligence investigators believe may show coordination between associates of President Trump and Russian operatives to potentially release information to hurt Hillary Clinton's campaign before the 2016 presidential election, U.S. officials told CNN Wednesday. Agents are sifting through human intelligence, travel, business, and phone records, and accounts of in-person meetings, CNN reports, and the officials say this investigation is partly what FBI

2017-03-22 17:36:36
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Why Yes, Members Of Congress Would Be Happy To Take Drug Tests  

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You want a death spiral? Trumpcare would create a death spiral  

Despite conventional Republican wisdom (and the supposed rationale for repealing it), Obamacare is not failing, and some insurance companies are in a "profit spiral." But if you want to see a death spiral—shrinking enrollments, an increasingly sick pool of enrollees, and skyrocketing premiums—you'll get it with Trumpcare. Drew Altman, president and CEO of the Kaiser Family Foundation, explains how high costs are going to be, because it's not just premiums that will increase. Deductibles a...

2017-03-22 17:18:12
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Top Republican runs to White House to share leaked intelligence; it's time for a special prosecutor  

Campaign Action The state of the so-called House investigation into state-sponsored Russian attacks on the 2016 elections—and possible collusion from the Republican presidential campaign—just took a hell of a turn, as the House Republican who supposedly is leading that investigation just announced he was headed to the White House to brief the targets of that investigation on incendiary new details about the state of the investigation against them. Members of the Donald Trump transi...

2017-03-22 17:11:30
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Trump, Republicans Get Ready to Lose on Health Care  

Margaret Carlson, Daily BeastYou might wonder how the president could get out of bed and head to Capitol Hill after the beating he took there on Monday at the hands of FBI Director James Comey. But roll out he did to make a big push for passage of the American Health Care Act, a bill he’s not been all that enthusiastic about but which has become a test of his leadership. Speaker Paul Ryan said Trump “knocked the cover off the ball” as he reminded members that this is our chanc

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Extremist groups push hard to kill Trumpcare, force Republicans to decide where their loyalties lie  

Just ahead of Thursday's vote, it's a tale of two Trumpcare whip counts in Washington. House Speaker Paul Ryan is sticking to his guns and says Trump is "closing the deal" with Freedom Caucus members. Those same maniacs remain steadfast in denying that, now upping the chance that the bill dies on the floor to 90 percent. It sure seems like the House extremists have decided where their true allegiance lies (and it's not with constituents) because when it comes down to the Koch brothers, ...

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How 'Un-American' Became the Insult of the Moment  

Beverly Gage, NYT MagazineConservatives have long complained that “I don’t recognize my country anymore.” In Trump’s America, though, it’s liberals who see something insufficiently, well, American. Issues once assumed to be settled — the desirability of racial tolerance, a general preference for democratic processes — now appear, suddenly and ominously, to be up for debate. For many, this has created a sense of rupture, a disconnect between what they ha

2017-03-22 15:26:11
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Trump communications may have been picked up in legal, 'normal foreign surveillance,' House Intelligence Committee chair says  

House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes (R-Calif.) said Wednesday that it's "possible" President Trump and his transition team's communications were picked up through "incidental collection" by intelligence officials doing "normal foreign surveillance." Nunes said the surveillance was legal and does not seem to be connected to the ongoing FBI investigation into alleged ties between Russia and the Trump campaign. This surveillance is also unrelated to Trump's allegations that former Pr

2017-03-22 14:41:32
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Wall Street Journal editorial compares Trump to a drunk clinging to an empty gin bottle  

The Wall Street Journal editorial page was reliably right-wing even before Rupert Murdoch bought the paper. Its editors really, really want to have Donald Trump's back. They want him to tell lies they can enthusiastically support. So even in the middle of a sharply critical editorial, you can tell it pains them that he's making it too hard for them—but the fact that the Wall Street Journal editorial board is going at Trump this hard is news. If President Trump announces that No...

2017-03-22 13:52:29
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Republicans Should Resist Another Medicare D  

Michael Needham, Washington PostBetween now and Thursday, when the House of Representatives is scheduled to take its first vote on the American Health Care Act, Republican House members will come under enormous pressure from the Trump administration and congressional leadership as Speaker Paul Ryan scrambles to get the vote tally up to the 216 votes needed for initial passage of his Obamacare repair bill.

2017-03-22 13:37:19
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Rep. Schiff blasts Republican chair for briefing Trump on details of intelligence investigations  

Campaign Action House Intelligence Committee ranking Democratic member Adam Schiff is now out with a response to Rep. Nunes' baffling decision today to brief the Trump White House as to new details of the intelligence investigation against them. He sounds a bit peeved. If accurate, this information should have been shared with members of the committee, but it has not been. Indeed, it appears committee members only learned about this when the Chairman discussed the matter this afternoon

2017-03-22 13:36:17
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Ivanka Trump: Complicit in What?  

Noemie Emery, Washington Examiner"Complicit" is a smooth-sounding word with a rough definition, meaning "involved with others in an activity that is unlawful" or (according to Webster) "helping to commit a crime or do wrong in some way." When Michelle Obama supported her husband, when Hillary and Chelsea Clinton supported their husband and father, it was described as being loyal, being involved and being assertive, all excellent traits in your present-day woman.

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A car reportedly struck pedestrians on London's Westminster Bridge at 'roughly the same time' shots were fired outside U.K. Parliament  

A car reportedly struck and injured pedestrians on London's Westminster Bridge on Wednesday, amid reports of shots fired outside of the U.K. Parliament. It was not immediately clear how many were injured. Reuters photographers showed "two people lying on Westminster Bridge, bleeding heavily." BBC reported at "roughly the same time" an assailant, reportedly armed with a knife, was shot by police and a police officer was reportedly stabbed. Officials have not confirmed whether the two incidents a

2017-03-22 13:27:18
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Americans Are Now More Worried About Health Care Than Anything Else  

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Trumpcare is in trouble in the House, and a defeat on this could cripple Trump and Ryan  

What looked like popular vote loser Donald Trump throwing more chaos into the effort to pass Trumpcare out of the House this week might actually be Speaker Paul Ryan's Hail Mary. Because it's looking more and more like even more concessions to the extremists are going to be necessary to get enough votes on this thing. Given the conservative obstinance, GOP leaders are quietly trying to figure out what it would take to get at least some of the Freedom Caucus onboard with the health care bill,

2017-03-22 13:07:40
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One of Jon Ossoff's Republican competitors is getting a boost from former Trump campaign manager  

One of the 11 Republicans in the 18-person field running to take over Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price's former House seat has gotten a leg up in the competition to be the Trumpiest of them all thanks to an upcoming campaign appearance by Corey Lewandowski, Donald Trump's former campaign manager: [Bruce] LeVell, a Dunwoody jeweler who headed Trump's diversity coalition, said Monday that Lewandowski's March 29 appearance in Alpharetta is an indication th...

2017-03-22 13:05:39
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Dozens Of California Towns Have Childhood Lead Poisoning Rates Higher Than Flint's  

Dozens of California communities have experienced recent rates of childhood lead poisoning that surpass those of Flint, Michigan, with one Fresno locale showing rates nearly three times higher, blood testing data obtained by Reuters shows. The data shows how lead poisoning affects even a state known for its environmental advocacy, with high rates of childhood exposure found in a swath of the Bay Area and downtown Los Angeles. And the figures show that, despite national strides in eliminating le

2017-03-22 12:58:11
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Trump's labor nominee cut a deal with billionaire sex criminal, and it's drawing attention  

It's certain to be one of the more attention-grabbing cases Alexander Acosta, Donald Trump's labor secretary pick, ever worked on. Jeffrey Epstein was a billionaire money manager with a list of high-profile friends who was accused of raping or otherwise sexually abusing dozens of teenage girls, but he pleaded guilty to significantly more minor charges and spent just 13 months in jail under very favorable terms. Now the question is whether Acosta, then a U.S. attorney, let Epstein off easy....

2017-03-22 12:53:50
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Trump's budget does what Republican governors say they want—and that scares them to death  

Republican governors have always had their own form of safety net. No matter how hard they've tried to muck up their state (see Brownback, Sam) there's always the federal government to keep citizens from realizing the sheer ineffectiveness or active harm brought on by their policy. So Republicans like Kentucky's Matt Bevin can nod along to constituents who want to keep the government away from their Medicare. But now Donald Trump is threatening to do the worst thing any Republican gove...

2017-03-22 12:53:46
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Gay Men Jailed Under Arcane German Law Are Offered Compensation  

Thousands of gay men prosecuted and jailed under an arcane German law were due to get compensation after the government passed a draft bill on Wednesday to quash their convictions. About 50,000 men were punished under the law that was drawn up in the 19th century, strengthened by the Nazis and only dropped in 1969 when homosexuality was decriminalized. Each surviving man would get 3,000 euros ($3,200) in compensation and 1,500 euros for each year spent in prison, the justice ministry said in a

2017-03-22 12:52:41
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Congressional Black Caucus finally gets day with Trump in a meeting not organized by April Ryan  

Two months after the Congressional Black Caucus (CBC) requested a meeting with Donald Trump, they finally get their chance to share their concerns about the state of black America under a Trump presidency. On Wednesday afternoon, Trump will meet with members of the CBC after nearly a year of campaign promises in which he told blacks that they had nothing to lose by voting for him.  Of course, you may remember the lead up to this meeting was nothing short of a disaster when Trump insulted ...

2017-03-22 12:39:41
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Reminder: Trumpcare is all about giving tax cuts to the really rich by destroying Medicaid  

Trumpcare is chock-full of tax cuts for the rich. That's the primary thing about it—that, and killing Medicaid. In the proposed $880 billion cut from Medicaid in the next decade is going to provide those tax cuts to the richest—and the new version of the bill they're considering is aimed at making those tax cuts happen faster! Just look at it, courtesy of Kevin Drum and the good folks at the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities. Here's one of the big, hidden tax cuts th...

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1. Labor secretary nominee Alexander Acosta heads into his confirmation hearing on Wednesday with support from Big Labor, suggesting a relatively smooth path ahead. Acosta was President Trump's second choice for the job, stepping in after fast-food CEO Andrew Puzder dropped out. Acosta is likely to face tough questions over a plea deal he approved as U.S. attorney for a billionaire in a child sex case, but Republican senators said his three previous confirmations for federal positions suggest he

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House Intelligence Committee Hearing: Missing Questions  



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Daily Kos Radio is WALKING ON CRUTCHES at 9 AM ET!  

We're still waiting on the KITM computer to be discharged from the hospital, but the creaky, old MacBook Air gave its all in patching together what passes for an ALL-NEW, pre-recorded episode for today! One thing that's become clear from this incident is that we need to build some redundant capability for KITM, so that if we ever have another computer crash—and everybody is eventually going to have another computer crash—it won't have to go down like this one did! To that end, pleas...

2017-03-22 12:16:35
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How a conservative schism could break American health care  

The GOP's ObamaCare replacement plan is universally hated, and rightly so. There are many reasons why the American Health Care Act is terrible, but the fundamental one is that Republicans don't agree about health care. There is a schism — and it has all the absoluteness and fervor of a religious split. There are essentially two schools of thought on health care within the conservative movement, and they are simply hard to reconcile. And since no one in the Republican Party has shown the leade...

2017-03-22 12:07:58
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Ex-House intel counsel says Rep. Nunes tipping off Trump is 'breakdown in entire oversight process'  

Jeremy Bash is the former chief counsel to the House Intelligence Committee. His background also includes time as the chief of staff to the director of the CIA from 2009 to 2011 and as chief of staff to the secretary of defense from 2011 to 2013. Bash appeared on MSNBC in an illuminating interview. He breaks down precisely why Rep. Devin Nunes' press conference today, in which  he said he intended to share information with the White House about an investigation involving the White House, is...

2017-03-22 12:07:56
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Supreme Court Nominee Gorsuch Coasting Toward Senate Showdown  

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2017-03-22 11:57:23
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Real Crime Is Obama Administration Spying on Political Enemies  

Charles Hurt, WTFor a guy who claims to be above or beneath or beside grubby politics in America, FBI chief James Comey sure does manage to insert himself into the seamiest corners of politics and seize the spotlight at the most fraught moments possible. In this past election, Jim Comey was the “Where’s Waldo?” of American politics. First he condemns Lady Dragon Hillary with the most damning exoneration in the history of public prosecutions. Then he slays her in public with ju

2017-03-22 11:47:29
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Why Gorsuch Is an Inspiring Choice for High Court  

Michael Behringer, NY Daily NewsNeil Gorsuch is a throwback to an earlier time when debate was civil and substantive, when facts and logic mattered more than volume and rhetoric, when getting it right mattered more than being right — when we believed Mr. Smith could go to Washington. It's an increasingly minority approach; perhaps a bit old-fashioned in this age of partisan news channels and Twitter. But maybe our country could use a little old-fashioned right now.

2017-03-22 11:29:56
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Trump Will Deliver Commencement Speech At Evangelical College  

President Donald Trump has agreed to deliver a commencement address at a prominent evangelical Christian college this year. Students at Virginia’s Liberty University have been divided about supporting Trump, but the school’s president, Jerry Falwell Jr., is a vocal Trump fan and a former member of the president’s evangelical advisory committee. The news that Liberty University will be the site of Trump’s first commencement address as president was first reported by Chri

2017-03-22 11:27:54
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Trump Foreign Policy, With Press Distracted, Starts to Cohere  

Conrad Black, NY SunThough it is hard to believe some days, the political atmosphere in Washington is slowly settling down. The Democrats drone tiresomely on, battering the piñata that there is no evidence that President Obama tapped candidate Trump’s telephones, and the Republicans, as if trying to extract a shark’s teeth, require the endlessly repeated admission that the allegation of collusion between the Russian government and the Trump campaign was horse feathers.

2017-03-22 11:08:20
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Michael Moore Urges Democrats To 'Declare A National Emergency' Amid FBI Trump Probe  

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2017-03-22 11:08:07
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We Now Know Where The Trump Administration Stands On Overtime Pay  

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2017-03-22 11:04:57
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White supremacist charged with murder after traveling to NYC to kill a black man  

The wave of hate crimes following Donald Trump's election continues. James Harris Jackson, a white supremacist with connections to a documented hate group in Maryland, has been arrested and charged with second degree murder in the stabbing death of Timothy Caughman, a black man, in New York City. According to NBC 4 New York, authorities want to upgrade the charges against Jackson to a hate crime and first-degree murder, with police saying that Jackson traveled from Baltimore to New Yo...

2017-03-22 11:02:38
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Attack outside British Parliament is being treated as a 'terrorist incident'  

Details are sketchy at this time, but there has been an attack  outside the British Parliament: Britain's Parliament was placed on lockdown on Wednesday afternoon after a man stabbed a police officer and was then shot by other officers. The Metropolitan Police said it was treating the violence as "a terrorist incident," as the country's seat of power was put on high alert. Witnesses also reported that a motorist on Westminster Bridge, next to Parliament, operating a large vehi...

2017-03-22 10:59:43
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How Dare You Question Our Precious Court Nominee?  

Dahlia Lithwick, Slatet is an article of faith among Senate Republicans that everything liberals do is just goddamn awful, from the unelected left-wing justices who “legislate from the bench” to the blocking of Robert Bork in 1987 to the lame cries for equal treatment of everyone under the law. Indeed, Senate Republicans have so mastered the art of outsize umbrage that at Monday’s hearing for Judge Merrick Garland Neil Gorsuch, to fill a Supreme Court seat they themselves bloc

2017-03-22 10:44:21
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Save Small Business From Obamacare  

Reps. Johnson & Walberg, Wall Street JournalAssociation health plans would give them the same options as big companies.

2017-03-22 10:34:27
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Unanimous Supreme Court overturns a Gorsuch decision ... in the middle of his confirmation hearing  

Neil Gorsuch's belief in reading the law as narrowly as needed to screw ordinary people reared its head again during his Supreme Court confirmation hearing Wednesday, but not because of anything Gorsuch himself said on Wednesday. No, the issue was something the entire United States Supreme Court said—that Gorsuch was wrong in a 2008 opinion dealing with the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act. Ian Millhiser writes: Under Gorsuch's opinion in Luke P., a school district compl...

2017-03-22 10:22:34
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Cartoon: Taking a leak  

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2017-03-22 10:21:27
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Adam Schiff Says There's 'More Than Circumstantial Evidence' Of Trump Ties To Russia  

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2017-03-22 10:19:13
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My Old Kentucky Health Care  

William McGurn, Wall Street JournalThe Bluegrass State is a good proxy for the tensions over the fate of ObamaCare.

2017-03-22 10:18:13
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Inspiring Confidence Does Not Seem To Be Rex Tillerson's Strong Suit  

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2017-03-22 10:14:44
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Republican Rep Says It's Time For GOP Renegades To Show They Can Govern  

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2017-03-22 10:01:41
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Ultra conservatives might just save Medicaid  

House Republicans have taken direct aim at Medicaid with their American Health Care Act, which is up for a vote in the House on Thursday. They hate social insurance, and they especially hate any program that benefits the poor — not to mention the fact that programs that include the upper class, like Medicare and Social Security, are more politically risky to attack. So they're trying to slowly strangle Medicaid to death with the same "reform" plan they used on traditional welfare in 1996. But...

2017-03-22 09:51:20
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Michael Flynn never signed his mandatory ethics pledge, spokesman confirms  

Former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn apparently never got around to signing his mandatory ethics pledge during his 23 days on the job. The pledge was a part of President Trump's executive order signed Jan. 28 that prohibits political appointees from "lobbying the government in any way for five years after serving in his administration," ABC News reported. The order was intended to help uphold Trump's promise to "drain the swamp." Flynn, who resigned in February after misleading Vice P

2017-03-22 09:32:37
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Dems Shouldn't Trigger Nuclear Option on Gorsuch  



2017-03-22 09:31:41
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Sean Spicer will not be talking about people who don't work in the White House ... anymore  

Sean Spicer will now give up making comments on the press, on Democrats, and even on Republicans in Congress. After all… xBREAKING: Re: Manafort, Spicer tells me: "It would be inappropriate for us to comment on a person who is not a White House employee."— Peter Alexander (@PeterAlexander) March 22, 2017 Well there's a new policy, since that "person" would be the same Paul Manafort who Sean Spicer talked about on Monday. Sean Spicer: There's been discussion of ...

2017-03-22 09:11:52
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Spotlight on green news & views: 1000s of gas bubbles in Siberia; GOP lawmaker says God pollutes  

This is the 490th edition of the Spotlight on Green News & Views (previously known as the Green Diary Rescue) usually appears twice a week, on Wednesdays and Saturdays. Here is the March 15 Green Spotlight. More than 26,675 environmentally oriented stories have been rescued to appear in this series since 2006. Inclusion of a story in the Spotlight does not necessarily indicate my agreement with or endorsement of it. OUTSTANDING GREEN STORIES Chandler Robbins BoGardiner w...

2017-03-22 09:10:36
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Women Of Twitter Share Their Most Infuriating Mansplaining Stories  

Writer and co-host of Buzzfeed’s podcast “Another Round,” Tracy Clayton, Tweeted on Tuesday morning about a Lyft driver who mansplained to her what an airport terminal was. The concept of “mansplaining” was first articulated by author Rebecca Solnit in 2008, and women recognized the phenomenon immediately. Because, who among us hasn’t had a man patronizingly explain something that we already understand? It resonated so deeply that the term was eventually adde

2017-03-22 08:53:48
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Danny Boyle, the improbable master of the music video  

Spike Jonze. Michel Gondry. Michael Bay. David Fincher. Danny Boyle. One of these big-in-the-'90s directors is not like the others. While the first four all burst into Hollywood at the end of the 20th century by making a name for themselves in music videos, Boyle did not. Which is weird, because his visceral, fast-paced, often violent movies have a traditional music video sensibility more akin to Bay than the artier Jonze, Gondry, or Fincher. Indeed, the Academy Award-winning director of Slumdo

2017-03-22 08:50:23
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Trump's shockingly wise strategy on Chinese cars  

It sounds like President Trump is about to pick a trade fight with China over cars. Axios reported that when he meets with Chinese President Xi Jinping next month, Trump is likely to raise a stink over how American automobile exports to China are treated compared to Chinese imports. And to be perfectly honest, Trump's demands sound pretty reasonable. First, the background: Under World Trade Organization rules, China still qualifies as a developing country. So it gets to levy higher tariffs on i

2017-03-22 08:48:25
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Intelligence Chair Can't Be Trusted To Independently Investigate Trump, Says Committee's Top Dem  

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2017-03-22 08:36:56
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Rex Tillerson says he 'didn't want' to be secretary of state: 'My wife told me I'm supposed to do this'  

Secretary of State Rex Tillerson revealed in a recent interview with Independent Journal Review that his wife was more interested in him becoming secretary of state than he was. "I didn't want this job. I didn't seek this job," the former ExxonMobil CEO said. "My wife told me I'm supposed to do this." Tillerson said he'd never met President Trump before he was called in for a conversation during the transition: As president-elect, Trump wanted to have a conversation with Tillerson "about the wo

2017-03-22 08:08:56
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Trump Wishes 'Freedom' To Iranians On Nowruz Holiday While Keeping Their Families Apart  

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2017-03-22 08:08:51
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Women Aren't Free Until Speech Is  

Camille Paglia, TimeHistory moves in cycles. The plague of political correctness and assaults on free speech that erupted in the 1980s and were beaten back in the 1990s have returned with a vengeance. In the United States, the universities as well as the mainstream media are currently patrolled by well-meaning but ruthless thought police, as dogmatic in their views as agents of the Spanish Inquisition. We are plunged once again into an ethical chaos where intolerance masquerades as tolerance an

2017-03-22 08:06:42
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Republican Arguments Against Obamacare Are in a Death Spiral  



2017-03-22 08:03:33
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Trump communications may have been picked up in legal, 'normal foreign surveillance,' House Intelligence chair says  

House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes (R-Calif.) said Wednesday that it's "possible" President Trump and his transition team's communications were picked up through "incidental collection" by intelligence officials doing "normal foreign surveillance." Nunes said the surveillance was legal and does not seem to be connected to the ongoing FBI investigation into alleged ties between Russia and the Trump campaign. This surveillance is also unrelated to Trump's allegations former Preside

2017-03-22 07:42:57
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Trump's Transportation Secretary Swears She Doesn't Want To 'Sue His Very Soul'  

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2017-03-22 07:42:37
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Chelsea Clinton will be honored with a lifetime achievement award next month. She's 37.  

At the ripe old age of 37, Chelsea Clinton will be honored with a lifetime achievement award. Variety magazine announced Tuesday that it's selected the former first daughter to receive the honor at its "Women in Power" luncheon on April 18. Clinton, mother of two and vice chair of the Clinton Foundation, was selected because of "her work with Alliance for a Healthier Generation, which empowers kids to develop lifelong healthy habits," Variety said. Other recipients include CBS This Morning's Ga

2017-03-22 07:37:36
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