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TRUMPCARE FLATLINES: ONLY 17% SUPPORT BILL
Time Asks Trump To Remove Fake Cover From Business Properties
The president hates "fake news," right?
EPA To Dismantle Rule That Protects Drinking Water For 117 Million Americans
“This proposal strikes directly at public health,” an environmentalist group warns.
Rand Paul Compares Nationalized Health Care To ‘The Gulag’
U.S. senator said nationalized healthcare is like forced labor camps.
The European Union Just Showed Democrats How To Take On Monopolies
U.S. Democrats have been soft on Big Tech.
Inside The NAACP’s Fight To Stop Betsy DeVos From Expanding Charter Schools
The nation's oldest civil rights organization is gearing up for a bigger battle with education reformers.
HOW BERNIE WON THE INTERNET
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In 2016, Bernie Sanders Became The Greatest Online Fundraiser Ever. Here’s How.
PALIN SUES NYT
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Sarah Palin Sues The New York Times Over Editorial Connecting Her To Shooting
Reporter Blasts Sanders For Her ‘Inflammatory’ Fake News Claims
Little Girls Chop Inches Off Their Locks For Charity
MASCULINITY SO FRAGILE
Insecure Men Of Twitter Cannot Handle ESPN Cover Star’s Nude Photo
Rob Lowe: I Saw Bigfoot, And I Thought It Would Kill Me
Michelle Rodriguez Threatens To Quit ‘Fast And Furious’ Over Treatment Of Women
Lindsay Lohan Invites Britney And Beyoncé To Her Birthday Over Twitter
Even Young Hodor Can’t Explain What Actually Happened To Hodor
IN THE NEWS
Off-Duty Officer Chokes Black Teen For Being On His Lawn
Another teen filmed the video and begged the officer to let them go.
Only About A Third Of Republicans Believe Voting Should Be As Easy As Possible
There's also a gap in attitudes toward voter access along racial lines.
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Arizona Republican Details ‘Eternal’ Struggle Against Mexican-American Studies
The former official defended his efforts to shut down a program experts said boosted Hispanic students’ achievement.
Courtesy of Bryan Parras
Congressman Launches Petition To Stop Deportation Of 9/11 Cleanup Worker
"This is shameful."
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Paul Manafort Retroactively Registers As A Foreign Agent For Ukraine Lobbying
Trump former campaign chairman’s firm received $17.1 million for work benefitting a pro-Russian political party.
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ARTS & CULTURE
Paddington Bear Creator Michael Bond Dies At 91
The children's book character became iconic in the U.K. and beyond.
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MITCH GLITCH: Facing Revolt On Healthcare Bill, McConnell Delays Vote
The delay puts the future of a longtime top Republican priority in doubt.
Aaron Bernstein / Reuters
Reporter: Sarah Huckabee Sanders Confrontation Was ‘A Long Time Coming’
"Don't pour water in my ear and tell me it's raining. Just give me the facts."
How A Georgia Town Thwarted A Plan To Dump Tons Of Toxic Coal Ash
Georgina Gustin, InsideClimate News
When news spread that Republic Services planned to dump toxic coal ash in their landfill, citizens fought back.
Georgina Gustin/InsideClimate News
Powerful Photos Show Former Gang Members Without Tattoos
“I did it for people to not be intimidated by gang tattoos, so they take time to listen to people’s stories.”
After Keeping Mum For Months, Sailor’s Wife Reveals Surprise At Homecoming
“It was by far the best Father’s Day gift.”
Maine Reports First Confirmed Case Of Measles In 20 Years
The vaccine-preventable disease can cause serious complications, including pneumonia and death.
Brian Snyder / Reuters
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