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Stephen Colbert Went All The Way To Russia To Troll Donald Trump Over 'Tapes'  

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2017-06-23 05:45:19
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Obama and Trump both promised peace. They delivered war.  

There's an old political joke that goes like this: "They told me that if I voted for Goldwater, we'd be at war in Vietnam within a year. Well sure enough, I voted for Goldwater and now a year later we're at war in Vietnam!" Everything old is new again. Try this one: "They told me that if I voted for Clinton, we'd be at war with Syria within a year. Well sure enough, I voted for Clinton and less than a year later, we're at war in Syria!" Before President Trump took office, he didn't want to inte

2017-06-23 05:44:41
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Seattle's $15 minimum wage raised pay with zero effect on restaurant jobs, new study shows  

Raising the minimum wage does not kill jobs, no matter what Republicans tell you—and a new study of the Seattle restaurant industry, where some businesses are already paying a $15 minimum wage, provides another data point showing just that. According to the University of California, Berkeley, study, the increased minimum wage had employment effects that were "not statistically distinguishable from zero," which is a fancy way of saying "we looked and we could not find a damn thing." The...

2017-06-23 05:43:50
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The Outlook After the Special Elections  

Michael Barone, Washington Examiner

2017-06-23 04:59:39
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Open thread for night owls: 'Pizzagate' gunman gets 4-year prison sentence  

The gunman who entered a Washington pizza restaurant to investigate false allegations peddled by Alex Jones and other conspiracy theorists that the building was a hub for a child-trafficking ring supposedly connected to Hillary Clinton has been sentenced to four years in prison. Federal prosecutors countered in their memo to the judge that it was "entirely the product of good luck" that no one was shot. They urged Jackson to send a strong message to deter those who would commit vi...

2017-06-23 04:58:57
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5-year-old and new neighbor bond over love of doing yardwork  

Brian Kelly is a resourceful five-year-old — when his father, Dan, was deployed overseas in May, he started going next door and asking his neighbor, Dean Cravens, if he would join him in doing some of the same things he used to do with his dad. The Kellys moved to their home in Belleville, Illinois, last July, and Brian and Dan loved doing yardwork together. At first, that's what Brian wanted to do with Cravens. "I thought, 'Well, let's do other things, too,' so we play catch, we'll be shooti...

2017-06-23 04:54:23
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Qatar given list of demands by neighboring countries to end diplomatic crisis  

Acting as mediator, Kuwait has given Qatar a list of 13 different demands from Saudi Arabia and other Arab countries it must comply with in order to restore diplomatic ties, The Associated Press reports. Earlier this month, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Bahrain, and the United Arab Emirates severed ties with Qatar, alleging the country funds terrorism. They are giving Qatar 10 days to, among other things, pay an unspecified amount in compensation; stop naturalizing citizens from the four countries and e

2017-06-23 04:35:05
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7 brutally hilarious cartoons on the Democrats' disarray  

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2017-06-23 04:22:32
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Is the Left Also to Blame for Political Violence?  

T.A. Frank, Vanity FairThe right is often accused of creating a toxic culture of rage and delusion. But the left has been busy hatching its own problems.

2017-06-23 04:11:37
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FBI's Utterly Bizarre Briefing on the Baseball Shooting  

Mollie Hemingway, FederalistThe FBI gave an utterly bizarre update on its investigation into an attempt to assassinate Republican members of Congress. Rep. Steve Scalise (R-La.) remains in the hospital from the attempt on his life in which two police officers and a congressional staffer were also shot. The hospital upgraded his condition to “fair” and said he faces a long recovery.

2017-06-23 03:53:53
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Weekly news quiz: June 23, 2017  

Think you know the news? Find out!

2017-06-23 03:51:44
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Layoffs Near At Carrier Factory 'Saved' By Trump  

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2017-06-23 03:50:54
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Preet Bharara was concerned by White House phone call, memo shows  

Just a few days before he was fired after refusing to resign, former US Attorney Preet Bharara wrote a memo sharing his concerns about a phone call he received from the White House, BuzzFeed News reports. Using the Freedom of Information Act, BuzzFeed was able to get an email on Thursday that Bharara sent on March 9 to then-deputy Attorney Joon Kim and Bharara's chief counsel, Joan Loughnane, in order to "memorialize certain events of the day." Bharara said he received a voicemail from Trump's

2017-06-23 03:44:55
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Getting an Edge in the Long Afghan Struggle  

Petraeus & O'Hanlon, Wall Street Journal

2017-06-23 03:44:07
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Wit and wisdom from Kanye West, Judy Garland, and more  

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2017-06-23 03:22:28
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This week I learned that looking at puppies can save your marriage, and more  

Read more about the facts mentioned: How viewing cute animals can help rekindle marital spark (Science News) Why Phoenix's airplanes can't take off in extreme heat (Wired) Anemonefish dads further fathering research (EurekaAlert!) The thousands of Serengeti wildebeest that drown each year serve a greater purpose (Science Alert)

2017-06-23 03:21:10
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Where are all the missing leftist voters?  

If there's one thing that members of the American left believe as an article of unshakable faith, it's that they constitute the country's true silent majority. You can hear a profession of this faith every time a mainstream Democrat disappoints at the ballot box: "If only socialist Bernie Sanders had been the nominee in 2016, he would have beaten Donald Trump." "If only the corrupt, plutocratic, consultant-heavy, and overly cautious DNC had run true progressives in this year's special elections

2017-06-23 03:20:54
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Centrist Democrats are now the great defenders of social justice? Please.  

The left half of the American political spectrum is in the middle of a big fight between the left and the center-left, which will surely get more intense as the midterms approach. Much of the battle, writes Franklin Foer in a very long piece at The Atlantic, will be between economic issues and social justice ones: "Two of the party's largest concerns — race and class — reside in an increasing state of tension, a tension that will grow as the party turns toward the next presidential electi...

2017-06-23 02:54:44
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Despite Risk, Republicans Must Repeal Obamacare  

Susan Page, USA Today

2017-06-23 02:47:20
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Johnny Depp Cracks A Joke About Assassinating Donald Trump  

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2017-06-23 02:44:38
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With Health Care Bill, the GOP Is Mounting a Historic Heist  

Eugene Robinson, WP

2017-06-23 02:21:58
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There's Actually Good News Buried in Dems' 4 Losses  

Norm Ornstein, NY Daily NewsRonald Reagan’s favorite joke was about two young twin boys, one a congenital pessimist, the other a congenital optimist. Trying to cure them both, the father first took the pessimist into a room filled with every imaginable toy and game. The boy burst into tears: “I know you will take them all away from me, or they will break!” He then took the optimist to a room filled with horse manure and a shovel. The boy jumped on the manure and started to sho

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Republicans ready to shut down government in Washington state  

Public workers in Washington state are getting temporary layoff notices, as the state could be headed for a government shutdown on July 1 if the Republican-held state Senate and Democratic state House and governor can't reach a budget agreement before then. The legislature is under court order to fix school underfunding, and—surprise!—Republicans are rejecting most options for adding revenue and refusing to negotiate. The editorial board of The Olympian writes: Basically this fight...

2017-06-23 02:08:32
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The Senate health bill is a scathing indictment of the Republican Party  

Too often, we think of politics as a game, losing ourselves in the personalities and the strategies and the winning and losing. But the reason it matters in the first place is that all of our lives are affected by politics, by who holds power and what decisions they make. And in those decisions, lawmakers reveal themselves. They show us what — and who — is important to them. Republicans and Democrats aren't just opposing teams, like the Yankees and Red Sox. They represent two alternate visi...

2017-06-23 02:06:45
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Sen. Elizabeth Warren Slams 'Blood Money' GOP Health Care Bill  

I've read the Republican "health care" bill. This is blood money. They're paying for tax cuts with American lives. Elizabeth Warren (@SenWarren) June 22, 2017 Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) came out swinging against the health care bill unveiled by Senate Republicans on Thursday. In a tweet, Warren called the proposal “blood money,” saying it would pay for tax cuts with human lives. She also released a video slamming the proposal, s...

2017-06-23 01:55:27
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Seth Meyers shines a light on Mitch McConnell's health-care bill hypocrisy  

The health-care bill drafted by Senate Republicans finally emerged from behind closed doors on Thursday, and with its cuts to Medicaid to fund tax cuts for the rich, the plan is "breathtakingly cruel," Seth Meyers said. On Thursday's Late Night, Meyers took a closer look at the bill, which Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) wants to have a vote on as early as next week, despite the fact that it was crafted during secretive meetings that were only open to a select group of Republican

2017-06-23 01:44:10
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Maine Democrats are about to seriously screw voters ... and themselves  

What if I told you that, last year, Maine voters passed one of the most substantial voting reforms in American history? And now, what if I told you that Democrats in the state legislature were about to kill it? That's the situation we're dealing with here in the great state of Maine, as the legislature—the lower half of which has a Democratic majority—prepares to vote to repeal the state's new Ranked Choice Voting law, which was approved by 52 percent of voters in a statewide re...

2017-06-23 01:31:35
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U.S. Judge Temporarily Halts Deportation Of Detained Iraqis  

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2017-06-23 01:24:56
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Trevor Noah thinks Democrats could fight the GOP health-care bill — if only they weren't Democrats  

The way Senate Republicans kept a tight lid on their health-care plan reminded The Daily Show's Trevor Noah of a very famous company that also likes to keep things under wraps — Apple. It almost felt like the "launching of a new iPhone," Noah said Thursday night. "No one knew, there were leaks, we weren't quite sure. And just like Apple, today the Republicans sent out their own turtlenecked leader to reveal the bill." That would be Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.), who led R

2017-06-23 01:23:35
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In North Carolina, Women Can't Withdraw Consent After Sex Begins  

North Carolina is the only state in which a woman can’t withdraw consent after sexual intercourse has already begun. But a state lawmaker is now trying to change that, sponsoring legislation that would upend a decades-old state Supreme Court ruling that determined it can’t be rape if a woman offers her consent before penetration happens — no matter what her choice may be after that. “North Carolina is the only state in the U.S. where no doesn’t mean no,&rdq

2017-06-23 01:06:28
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House Science Committee Flouts Ethics Rules By Promoting RNC Press Release As News  

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2017-06-22 20:44:52
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San Francisco's Transit Agency Promises No Immigration Raids  

Bay Area Rapid Transit, which operates mass transit in the San Francisco area, reassured riders Thursday that it won’t conduct immigration raids on board its vehicles or target people seeking a job with the agency. The transit agency’s board passed a resolution that prohibits the use of its funds or resources to enforce federal immigration law. The measure, called the Safe Transit Policy, bans employees from seeking riders’ immigration status, limits the cooperation of employ

2017-06-22 20:40:35
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Donald Trump to hold 2020 re-election fundraiser next week at his Washington hotel  

Donald Trump started spending money on his 2020 re-election effort on November 24, 2016—less than three weeks after the election. He officially launched his re-election effort on inauguration day. It's a move that allows Trump to do two things: First, he can hold rallies at which he can voice over the top attacks, angry divisive rhetoric, and general nuttiness. Second, he can do this: President. Candidate. Businessman. Three of President Donald Trump's roles converge next week as...

2017-06-22 20:29:36
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'Blood money': Senate Republicans introduce a 'healthcare' bill even meaner than the House version  

Today Senate Republicans unveiled their own attempt at healthcare "reform." It is meaner than the House bill, will likely leave even more Americans without insurance, and is targeted especially at phasing out the Medicaid program as we now know it. A roundup of what we know and what's happened so far: URGENT: Give your Republican senator a piece of your mind about Trumpcare. • The text of the bill—introduced as a "discussion draft" by Republicans—reveals an effort even more extreme t...

2017-06-22 20:28:34
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Who Does the FBI Work For?  

Ben Domenech, The FederalistIf you work for any extended amount of time in Washington, you are likely to meet people who work within the intelligence and law enforcement communities. You learn to recognize potential sources and those who will never be. The bad sources love to tell stories, so many stories, with at least a veneer of truth. The good sources will tell far fewer stories, but only when it’s important. But the most frequent stories you will hear, from good and bad, are stories

2017-06-22 20:25:22
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Ivanka Trump's Brand Secures Trademark For New Lingerie Line  

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2017-06-22 19:45:05
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Lawsuit Accuses Donald Trump Of Illegally Destroying White House Records  

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2017-06-22 19:27:39
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The Slippery Slope of 'Corrupt Motive' in Prosecution  

Alan Dershowitz, DC Examiner'Corrupt motive' is an extraordinarily vague and open-ended term that can be expanded or contracted at the whim of zealous or politically mo...

2017-06-22 19:16:37
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Here's the simplest takedown of the Republican scheme to take away health care from millions  

How bad is this Republican wealthcare bill? It is nothing short of vicious. This is a longer thread, but if you are one of the 130 million Americans with a pre-existing condition, if you've ever been pregnant or plan to have a family, if you or a loved one survives on Medicaid, or if you are age 46 or older, this is an absolute must-read. Senator Bob Casey breaks down this AHCA wealthcare bill, starting by noting the essential health benefits requirement of the Affordable Care Act would be...

2017-06-22 18:39:49
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Senate Republicans Don't Have The Votes For A Health Care Bill -- Yet  

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2017-06-22 18:35:21
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A town comes together to protect man accused of sexual assault and his accuser commits suicide  

As a society, we are a long way from dealing with rape humanely. In part, this is because many of us still don't understand what consent is and that it's not just about a person's right to say no but also about their right to say yes. Our legal system is woefully inadequate when it comes to addressing sexual assault and victim shaming combined with laws that favor the accused are powerful reasons that many choose not to come forward. In Alabama, college student Megan Rondini did ev...

2017-06-22 18:15:44
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Shhh—White House quietly urging Republicans to weaken Russian sanctions bill  

Well, well, well, look what we have here ... The White House is quietly lobbying House Republicans to weaken a bill overwhelmingly passed by the Senate last week that would slap tough new sanctions on Russia for its meddling in the 2016 election and allow Congress to block any future move by President Trump to lift any penalties against Moscow. The effort is designed to head off an awkward and politically damaging veto fight between the Trump administration and the Republican-controlled...

2017-06-22 18:09:11
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Sen. Warren calls Senate Republican cuts to Medicaid 'blood money—people will die'  

Donald Trump wanted a Senate healthcare repeal bill that wasn't "mean," like the House version, and had "heart." Sorry, Don, the Senate version of Trumpcare sucks for everyone other than America's richest—all your best buds who are now running the country and have no idea what it's like to want for food or shelter or lifesaving healthcare treatment. From the Senate floor Thursday, Elizabeth Warren excoriated the bill, saying that Republicans had treated Medicaid like a "piggy bank" they...

2017-06-22 17:59:38
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4 Republican senators announce they will not support the GOP health-care bill  

Hours after Republican Senate leadership released a proposal for replacing ObamaCare, Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) along with Sen. Mike Lee (R-Utah), Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas), and Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wis.) announced they would not support their party's bill. "Currently, for a variety of reasons, we are not ready to vote for this bill, but we are open to negotiation," the senators wrote. They added, though, that "it does not appear this draft as written will accomplish the most important promise made t

2017-06-22 17:33:35
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Will Robert Mueller Separate Fact From Fiction?  

David Von Drehle, TimeIn Washington, the 'first law of holes' is one of those shopworn maxims that are so familiar, they need not be spoken. It's like what you should do if you want a friend in the capital: 'Get a dog' goes without saying. But maybe things are different where Donald Trump came from. And maybe that's why he didn't know what to do when he found his young presidency in a small hole involving contacts between a few of his underlings and Russian officials.

2017-06-22 17:29:05
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Donald Trump's Comey 'Tapes' Flop Is Just His Latest Self-Inflicted Controversy  

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2017-06-22 17:14:47
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Dems Don't Have a Policy Problem. It's a Marketing Problem.  

Paul Waldman, WeekDemocrats continued their 2017 run of being unable to win special elections in strongly Republican districts on Tuesday. These results have led people to ask what the Democratic Party must change if it is to take back Congress (and eventually the White House). I have what may be the most cynical answer, but one that is unavoidable: What the Democrats need is better marketing. That's really about it.

2017-06-22 16:45:29
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Midday open thread: Roadkill, retractions and remains  

Today's comic by Ruben Bolling is Because health care works best when it's free market: A well-known journalist was fired for an ethics conflict: The Wall Street Journal on Wednesday fired its highly regarded chief foreign affairs correspondent after evidence emerged of his involvement in prospective commercial deals — including one involving arms sales to foreign governments — with an international businessman who was one of his key sources. The reporte...

2017-06-22 16:18:15
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John Oliver, HBO sued by coal company, CEO over Last Week Tonight segment  

An Ohio-based coal company and its CEO are suing Last Week Tonight host John Oliver, HBO, and Time Warner for defamation, claiming on his June 18 show, Oliver executed a "maliciously planned attempt to assassinate the character and reputation" of Robert Murray and Murray Energy. In a suit filed Wednesday in West Virginia, the company accused Oliver and HBO of a "callous, vicious, and false" attack on the coal industry as part of their "most recent attempt to advance their biases against the coa

2017-06-22 15:57:53
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Conservative health-care wonk Avik Roy says the Senate health-care bill could be 'the greatest policy achievement' by a GOP Congress in his lifetime  

As the Senate Republicans' ObamaCare replacement was sending ripples of alarm and anger through the Democratic ranks — and some of the GOP ones, too — conservative health-care wonk Avik Roy was reading. And reading. And reading. After finishing the 142 pages of the "Better Care" act, Roy — who served as Mitt Romney's health-care policy adviser during his 2012 campaign — reached this conclusion: Finished reading the Senate HC bill. Put simply: If it passes, it'll be the greatest polic...

2017-06-22 15:40:19
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NY governor pardons 9/11 recovery worker facing deportation after 30 years in U.S.  

A 9/11 recovery worker facing imminent deportation for a nonviolent conviction from over 25 years ago has received a pardon from New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, an important step that advocates hope will help keep him in the country after 30 years here. Despite the fact that Carlos Humberto Cardona suffers from respiratory issues due to his recovery work and has not been in trouble since his 1990 drug conviction, the Trump administration has decided this 9/11 worker is a threat and should be t...

2017-06-22 15:31:28
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The Long-Term Cost of Saudi Succession Shake-Up  

Bruce Riedel, Al-MonitorThe king has now twice removed the sitting crown prince, a heretofore unprecedented move in the kingdom. Two years ago, Salman deposed his half-brother Prince Muqrin with no explanation and promoted Mohammed bin Nayef. The latest move puts Mohammed bin Salman, 31, next in line for the throne.

2017-06-22 15:20:38
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Bernie Sanders slams the Senate health bill as 'the most harmful piece of legislation I've seen in my lifetime'  

Senate Republicans finally unveiled their health-care bill Thursday, titled the "Better Care Reconciliation Act of 2017." The bill had been drafted in an insular, closed-door process by Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.), to the point where even many Republican senators expressed frustration over the secrecy. Democrats were quick to condemn the bill, which mirrors much of the legislation that passed the House early last month, promising to end the individual mandate installed by the

2017-06-22 14:33:50
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Elizabeth Warren rips apart Senate Republicans' health-care bill, blasting tax cuts as 'blood money'  

Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D) took to the floor Thursday to passionately attack the Republican Senate's ObamaCare replacement, the "Better Care" act. "Senate Republicans wrung some extra dollars out of kicking people off tax credits that help them afford health insurance," Warren said. "They raked in extra cash by letting states drop even more protections and benefits, like maternity care or prescription drug coverage or mental health coverage." "And then they got to the real piggy ba

2017-06-22 14:02:22
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Read The Full Text Of The Senate Health Care Bill  

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2017-06-22 13:55:49
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Trump 'the one individual in America' who doesn't believe Russia attacked our democracy  

Sean Spicer couldn't tell us Tuesday whether Donald Trump believes Russia interfered in the 2016 elections, but former Homeland Security Chief Jeh Johnson didn't mince words on the topic during a House Intelligence hearing Wednesday. Here's a transcribed back and forth between Johnson and Democratic Rep. Eric Swalwell: Rep. Swalwell: Was our democracy attacked this last election? Johnson: 'Yes.' Swalwell: By who? Johnson: "The Russian government." Yet Trump isn't sure, ...

2017-06-22 13:47:04
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Comey wasn't alone: Trump told other intelligence chiefs to say there was no collusion  

At a Senate hearing earlier this month, Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats and Director of the National Security Agency Mike Rogers refused to answer questions about any conversations they had held with Donald Trump, leaving Senators steaming. But behind closed doors, both men dropped their verbal games and carefully worded evasions. Two of the nation's top intelligence officials told Special Counsel Robert Mueller's team and Senate investigators, in separate meetings last week, ...

2017-06-22 13:35:05
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92-year-old gets high school diploma nearly 75 years after internment  

A 92-year-old from Washington state has finally graduated from her old high school. Mary Matsuda Gruenewald was an honors student at Vashon Island High School in 1942 when, like some 120,000 other Japanese-Americans during World War II, she was sent to an internment camp. Matsuda Gruenewald graduated from the camp's makeshift school and went on to become a nurse. But she always wanted her diploma from Vashon. When the school's principal heard her story recently, he invited her to walk in the cl

2017-06-22 13:23:15
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The Case for Restricting Hate Speech  

Laura Nielson, Los Angeles TimesBut these free-speech absolutists must at least acknowledge two facts. First, the right to speak already is far from absolute. Second, they are asking disadvantaged members of our society to shoulder a heavy burden with serious consequences. Because we are “free” to be hateful, members of traditionally marginalized groups suffer.

2017-06-22 13:21:54
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Trevor Noah breaks from humor in heartbreaking monologue about Philando Castile  

Trevor Noah described his reaction to the newly released dash cam footage of the shooting of Philando Castile in a heartbreakingly sober segment of Wednesday's The Daily Show. "I won't lie to you," Noah said. "When I watched this video, it broke me. It just, it broke me." Last week, officer Jeronimo Yanez was ruled "not guilty" for the shooting of Castile, a point that Noah found particularly disturbing. "It’s one thing to have the system against you," he explained. "But when a jury of yo

2017-06-22 13:19:51
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Senate Trumpcare 'discussion draft' would kill even more than the House bill  

The Senate Republicans' "discussion draft" of Trumpcare—a bill scheduled to be voted on in one week and which has not been available to anyone but lobbyists—is now out. They're calling it the "Better Care Reconciliation Act of 2017," presumably implying that it's better than the Affordable Care Act. They sure can't claim that it's affordable. The only real "repeal" part of it is doing away with the individual mandate that everyone have coverage. Of course, undoing that undoes the foundati...

2017-06-22 13:16:21
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2017 NBA Draft: 76ers select Markelle Fultz with No. 1 overall pick  

The Philadelphia 76ers selected University of Washington guard Markelle Fultz as the first overall pick of the 2017 NBA Draft. The Sixers traded with the Boston Celtics to get the top spot. UCLA's Lonzo Ball was chosen second by the Los Angeles Lakers, while the Celtics, drafting third, picked Duke's Jayson Tatum. The draft is taking place at Barclays Center in Brooklyn; follow along live on ESPN.

2017-06-22 13:05:45
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Trump goes beyond saying Russians weren't involved, claims that the DNC hack was a 'hoax'  

If Donald Trump's Thursday morning Twitter stream is designed to provide a smokescreen for the Senate chopping away health care for millions of Americans, he's definitely lighting up the diesel fuel and damp garbage. Not only did Trump flat-out lie about the nature of former Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson's testimony before the House Intelligence Committee, not only did Trump continue to dispute Russia's involvement in hacking Democratic emails, he went into new territory. H...

2017-06-22 13:05:39
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Mueller's Empire of Lawyers & Limitless Jurisdiction  

Andrew McCarthy, Am. GreatnessSo I’ve been wondering: Why on earth does a prosecutor, brought in to investigate a case in which there is no apparent crime, need a staff of 14 lawyers? Or, I should say, “14 lawyers and counting.” According to the press spokesman for special counsel Robert Mueller—yeah, he’s got a press spokesman, too—there are “several more in the pipeline.”

2017-06-22 12:52:46
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The Republican Party's Suburban Nightmare  

Charles Mahtesian, PoliticoSurveying the Democratic wreckage after a disastrous 1952 campaign, Robert Taft, the typically taciturn Ohio Republican senator, made a bold prediction about the opposition. “The Democratic Party,” the one-time Senate majority leader asserted, “will never win another national election until it solves the problem of the suburbs.”

2017-06-22 12:45:10
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The Health Care of Millions Depends on a Few Senators  



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Congress Heads for a Showdown on Obamacare  

Michelle Cottle, The AtlanticAfter days and weeks of breathless anticipation, Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell is set to release a “discussion draft” of his chamber’s version of the wildly controversial (read: unpopular) AHCA. To clarify: What McConnell’s dropping is not an actual bill, with the devilish details of a plan laid out in expansive, if largely impenetrable legislatese. A discussion draft can be as specific or as vague as the leader sees fit, and vanis

2017-06-22 12:43:52
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Protesters storm hallway outside Mitch McConnell's office demanding 'no cuts to Medicaid'  

After Senate Republicans released the text of their health-care bill Thursday, approximately 60 protesters — including several in wheelchairs — stormed the hallway outside Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell's office. The sit-in was organized by Arc, a group that "promotes and protects the human rights of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities." Protesters with disabilities stage a "die-in" over cuts to Medicaid outside of Sen. Mitch McConnell's office. pic.twitter.com/...

2017-06-22 12:32:12
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Amid criticism, Nancy Pelosi says she's 'confident' most Democrats have her back  

House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) isn't bothered by some members of her party criticizing her, following Jon Ossoff's loss Tuesday in Georgia's 6th Congressional district special election. His opponent, Karen Handel, ran more of an anti-Ossoff campaign than pro-Handel, and ran ads linking Ossoff to Pelosi, a liberal from California. This isn't a new GOP tactic, Pelosi said during a press conference Thursday, "and usually, they go after the most effective leader." Two-thirds of the c

2017-06-22 12:25:30
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President Trump and the Unregulating of America  



2017-06-22 12:25:22
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Trumpcare tax cuts to nation's 400 wealthiest families is Medicaid blood money  

The tax cuts for the wealthy bill masquerading as an Obamacare "replacement" bill destroys Medicaid, the 52-year-old program that covers 1 in 5 Americans, providing coverage from conception to grave. Half of all births, two-thirds of nursing home residents, a third of all adults with disabilities, three-quarters of poor children—that's who Medicaid covers. Eventually, almost every family in America will be touched with it. xThe GOP health bill isn’t just about Obamacare. It cha...

2017-06-22 12:22:07
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Here's what you're signing up for when you agree to appear on Bachelor in Paradise  

After securing its first black Bachelorette — and all the positive press that came along with the poise and humor of Rachel Lindsay — the Bachelor franchise nonetheless found itself in the midst of controversy this month after allegations of sexual misconduct shuttered production on its summer spin-off show, Bachelor in Paradise. On Wednesday, CNN Money offered a glimpse at the contract contestants of Bachelor in Paradise sign before appearing on the show, acquired from a "source close to p...

2017-06-22 12:17:50
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Watch This Gay Australian Politician Shut Down Her Manterrupting Colleague  

Australian Labor Party Senator Penny Wong is used to a certain amount of badgering and manterrupting from her fellow colleagues, but in a Parliament session on Wednesday, she clapped back. According to BuzzFeed News, Wong is regularly interrupted by Ian MacDonald, a senator for the Liberal National Party in Australia. In Wednesday’s session, Wong called him out for it. “The senator MacDonald really does have an unhealthy obsession with me,” she said, after he interrupted her

2017-06-22 12:15:36
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Democratic Sen. Chris Murphy declares the Senate health bill 'even dumber' and 'more evil' than the House's  

The Senate Republican health-care bill was released Thursday, revealing its steep cuts to Medicaid and slashing of essential health benefits to the American public. The bill's drafting had been shrouded in secrecy for weeks, to the point that even several Republican senators had expressed frustration with the process. Shortly after the bill was released, Democratic Sen. Chris Murphy (Conn.) admitted to MSNBC that he had only "started to read" the bill, but he nonetheless offered a rather unflat

2017-06-22 12:14:37
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John Oliver, HBO Sued For Defamation By Coal Baron Robert E. Murray  

John Oliver, HBO, Time Warner and the writers for “Last Week Tonight” are being sued for defamation by coal tycoon Robert E. Murray, owner of Murray Energy Corporation, The Daily Beast reports. In the suit filed June 21, Murray claims Oliver and his writers “executed a meticulously planned attempt to assassinate the character of and reputation of Mr. Robert E. Murray and his companies,” in the most recent episode of the show. On Sunday, Oliver took aim at Murray a

2017-06-22 12:02:24
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McConnell blames Democrats for not contributing to health care process he entirely shut them out of  

Republicans just released the text of their healthcare repeal bill and, at this very moment, they are currently dodging reporters in the halls of Congress so they don't have to answer for the monstrosity drafted by about a dozen white men entirely behind closed doors.  No fanfare, no press conference, no public explanations where they field press inquiries about the content of the bill. Just a mad dash to outrun reporters. Oh, and Mitch McConnell weighing in from the Senate floor with...

2017-06-22 11:36:33
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High Noon in North Korea: Is Trump Ready for War?  

Gordan Chang, The Daily BeastThe horrific death of Otto Warmbier looks like it forced the hand of President Trump. A day after the 22-year-old student passed away, the American leader, in what may end up as the world’s most consequential tweet, signaled that the United States will soon act on its own to disarm North Korea. “While I greatly appreciate the efforts of President Xi & China to help with North Korea, it has not worked out,” Trump tweeted Tuesday afternoon. “At

2017-06-22 11:33:20
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This Couple Is Having A Republican Health Care Bill Reveal Party!  

This expecting couple is having a reveal party! Not to discover the sex of their child, but rather to find out what’s inside the GOP’s health care bill that no one has read. Everyone has been beside themselves with anticipation, awaiting the revelation of the Republicans’ very secretive health care bill. What is it?? Republican Health Care Bill Reveal Party from Funny Or Die -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our

2017-06-22 11:09:15
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Republican Sen. Lisa Murkowski says she hasn't seen her party's health-care bill because she's 'not a reporter' or 'lobbyist'  

The Senate's health-care bill was written in such secrecy that as of Thursday morning, even many Republicans had not yet laid their eyes on the actual text. While Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) briefed the White House staff on the bill's details Wednesday, the actual document is only set to be made public Thursday. Democrats have issued scathing statements condemning the Republicans for their closed-door tactics, but even some Republicans are feeling their patience splinter. Ala

2017-06-22 11:03:59
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1. Tropical Storm Cindy disrupted shipping in the Gulf of Mexico on Wednesday and drove workers off of oil and gas platforms, shutting down one-sixth of the Gulf's oil production. It also forced a halt to the uploading of vessels at a major oil-import terminal. The storm's outer bands dumped heavy rains on the Gulf Coast on Wednesday, with its top sustained winds reaching 50 miles per hour, and the system made landfall in southwestern Louisiana near the Texas border early Thursday. The governors

2017-06-22 10:56:44
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Democrats' Georgia Gut Punch  

Molly Ball, The AtlanticAround midnight, hours after their candidate conceded he had lost the Most Important Special Election in History, the last remaining supporters of Jon Ossoff took over the stage where he had recently stood. One of them waved a bottle of vodka in the air. Together, they took up the time-honored leftist chant: “This is what democracy looks like!” Sometimes, this is indeed what democracy looks like: you get outvoted

2017-06-22 10:53:11
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Arrests outside Mitch McConnell's office: he won't meet with the Americans his bill might kill  

We've got more pictures from this morning's protests in front of Sen. Mitch McConnell's office. Mitch spent last night meeting with lobbyists in his effort to fine-tune a bill that does pretty much every evil thing you might expect it to do, from gutting patient protections and phasing out Medicaid to tax breaks for companies that want to give their wealthy healthcare executives bigger bonuses.

2017-06-22 10:44:19
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Betsy DeVos: The Higher Education Act is 50 entire years old, so it should be killed off  

Betsy DeVos, who famously didn't know what was in the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act during her confirmation hearing as education secretary, suggested Tuesday that another major federal education law should be repealed and replaced: "We are advancing and growing as a people at an unbelievable rate. But the public policy that guides education has only inched along," Ms. DeVos told the audience of university leaders. "Consider the Higher Education Act, or HEA. This 50-year-old ...

2017-06-22 10:39:50
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Read The New York Times' relentless refutations of Trump's lies  

Ever since Donald Trump announced he was running for president in 2015, reporters have struggled to figure out how to address his exaggerations, insinuations, spins, misinformation, and outright lies. All of the above came to a head during his speech on Wednesday night in Iowa, and in her coverage of the event, The New York Times' Maggie Haberman refreshingly did not tip-toe around calling Trump out when he was wrong. And he was wrong a fair bit: You know what's better than fact-checking Trump

2017-06-22 10:37:06
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Carrier braces for 600-person layoff just 6 months after Trump touted the company as a job policy victory  

From the get-go, President Trump's so-called "Carrier deal" has not lived up to its expectations. In December, the then-president-elect promised to save 1,100 jobs at the air conditioner and furnace manufacturing plant that had been slated to go to Mexico in return for $7 million in state financial incentives. In reality, only 730 union jobs were preserved. Fast-forward a few months, and now more than 600 employees at the Carrier plant are anticipating being laid off next month. "The jobs are s

2017-06-22 10:10:32
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Morning Digest: Democrats lead in the first independent poll since Virginia's gubernatorial primary  

The Daily Kos Elections Morning Digest is compiled by David Nir, Jeff Singer, Stephen Wolf, and Carolyn Fiddler, with additional contributions from David Jarman, Steve Singiser, Daniel Donner, James Lambert, and David Beard. Leading Off ● VA-Gov: Quinnipiac is out with their first post-primary poll of the Virginia governor's race, and they have Democratic nominee Ralph Northam leading Republican Ed Gillespie 47-39. Back in April, Quinnipiac gave Northam a larger 44-33 edge in what was th...

2017-06-22 09:59:03
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Three Republican senators will announce opposition to Trumpcare. They will be lying  

Chuck Todd apparently fell off a turnip truck this morning. xPer solid source: at least 3 GOP sens (perhaps more) plan to announce public opposition to McConnell health bill later today. Developing— Chuck Todd (@chucktodd) June 22, 2017 Maybe he didn't. Maybe he doesn't actually believe what his "solid source" is telling him, but is simply passing it on. Because this is a completely transparent ploy for anyone who's paid any attention to Mitch McConnell's kabuki. Like Democratic S...

2017-06-22 09:52:24
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Nancy Pelosi To Critics: Bring It On  

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2017-06-22 09:05:17
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Advocates fight to stop deportation of high school student arrested on day of prom  

Advocates continue to fight to save an undocumented mother and son, arrested by ICE just one day apart from each other, from deportation to danger. High school student Diego Ismael Puma Macancela was swept up by federal immigration agents the same day of his prom, and one day after his mom Rosa's arrest: His cousin, Gaby Macancela, said a frightened Puma Macancela came to her Prospect Avenue apartment Wednesday night after his mother's arrest. The following morning, she said they co...

2017-06-22 08:59:57
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Cartoon: Because healthcare works best when it's free market  

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2017-06-22 08:47:08
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The supposed Senate GOP 'no' votes already caving  

As our own Joan McCarter predicted earlier, several GOP senators would soon come out against the Senate bill and they would be "lying." Right on cue: xBRK: Rand Paul, Ron Johnson, Ted Cruz and Mike Lee are all opposed to the current Senate #AHCA, saying it doesn't go far enough.— Christina Wilkie (@christinawilkie) June 22, 2017 Sen. Rand Paul told reporters on Capitol Hill that the Senate bill just didn't go far enough to repeal the Affordable Care Act. "I don't think th...

2017-06-22 08:46:48
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Republicans Won on Tuesday. But Trump Didn't.  

E.J. Dionne, Washington PostWhat we learned from Tuesday's special congressional election in Georgia is that there is no magical solution to the country's Trump problem. This will be a long fight. Karen Handel's victory over Democrat Jon Ossoff was not an endorsement of the president. It was a personal and party success achieved despite him

2017-06-22 08:46:44
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Great Again: Never-Trumps Are Becoming Uneasy  

Conrad Black, American SpectatorOne of the straws in the wind that indicates that the Never-Trumpers are becoming uneasy, as they are cantilevered out over the Grand Canyon while they try to attach credence to bad fairy tales about collusion and obstruction and unctuously incite thoughts of impeachment, is that some of the more sane commentators are asking for silence from the president’s twitter account. The claim is that the president has only himself to blame for his feelings of a &ldq

2017-06-22 08:39:09
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1. When the deputy overseeing their work detail passed out last week, six Georgia inmates rushed to save his life. They were outside doing lawn maintenance at a cemetery in hot weather — it was 76 degrees with 100 percent humidity — when he collapsed. The inmates immediately opened his shirt, took off his bulletproof vest, then began CPR and used his phone to call 911. "When that happened, in my opinion, it wasn't about who is in jail and who wasn't," inmate Greg Williams told WXIA. "It was ...

2017-06-22 08:35:53
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Trump admits he did not record his conversations with James Comey  

President Trump confessed Thursday on Twitter that he does not have tapes of his conversations with former FBI Director James Comey. In May, shortly after firing Comey, Trump tweeted a threat: "James Comey better hope that there are no 'tapes' of our conversations before he starts leaking to the press!" Comey then called the president's bluff during his testimony before the Senate Intelligence Committee, saying, "Lordy, I hope there are tapes." On Thursday, Trump finally came clean: With all o

2017-06-22 08:35:23
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Republicans Undefeated--& They Haven't Even Cut Taxes Yet  

James Freeman, WSJGeorgia’s Karen Handel pins another defeat on the anti-Trump left.

2017-06-22 08:28:34
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Why the White House Is Reading Greek History  

Michael Crowley, PoliticoThe Trump White House isn’t known as a hot spot for Ivy League intellectuals. But last month, a Harvard academic slipped into the White House complex for an unusual meeting. Graham Allison, an avuncular foreign policy thinker who served under Reagan and Clinton, was paying a visit to the Trump National Security Council, where he briefed a group of staffers on one of history’s most studied conflicts—a brutal war waged nearly 2,500 years ago, one whose l

2017-06-22 08:24:20
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Boys protest school's dress code by donning skirts  

After being told they weren't allowed to wear shorts to school, about 30 teenage boys attending ISCA Academy in Exeter, England, showed up wearing skirts instead. As part of their dress code, boys have to wear pants and girls can wear either pants or skirts, but when temperatures shot up, the boys asked school officials if they could wear shorts. They were told no, and a teacher sarcastically suggested they wear skirts. That's exactly what the boys did, borrowing regulation skirts from their cl

2017-06-22 08:22:44
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Barely Anyone Thinks The U.S. Is Making Progress In Stopping Gun Violence  

America’s most recent bout with high-profile gun violence has done little to shake people’s attitudes about guns, which remain both complex and deeply polarized, according to two newly released surveys. Just 12 percent of the public thinks American society has gotten better at preventing gun violence since the 2012 shooting in Newtown, Connecticut, a new HuffPost/YouGov survey finds. Twenty-eight percent believe it’s gotten worse, and half that it hasn’t changed at all.

2017-06-22 08:20:34
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What the Watergate Committee Taught Me  

Lowell Weicker, New York TimesForty-five years ago this month, a security guard named Frank Wills noticed some tape over a door lock at the Democratic National Committee headquarters in the Watergate Complex in Washington. What Mr. Wills set in motion when he raised the alarm that led to the arrest of the Watergate burglars had huge consequences for our nation.

2017-06-22 08:06:50
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