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Maybe it’s just us, but the time seems to be shrinking between when a Republican proposes something and the media rushes forward with a heartbreaking personal story of a real person touched by that policy.
It should work the other way too, but it rarely does; check out video of Stephen Colbert and guest Patrick Stewart dying in melodramatic Shakespearian fashion as they mocked the idea that there were “victims” of Obamacare…

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The country’s plans were undone by widespread graft, weak commodity prices and a naïveté over how to succeed in a competitive industry.

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Big cuts to Medicaid are still in the Senate’s health insurance bill. How might you pay for your care in old age if the government can’t or won’t?

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Remember when Marvel turned Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand into one of its “Senators of Steel” in honor of her tireless fight against campus sexual assault? Remember when Gillibrand invited as her guest to the State of the Union Address Emma Sulkowicz, the Columbia University student who vowed to carry a mattress around campus (and earn college credit while doing it) until a student she accused of rape was expelled? And the time United States Ambassador to the United Nations Samantha Power lauded Sulkowicz for helping show that “true change is possible”?
We’ve lost track of Mattress Girl, but the man she accused of rape, Paul Nungesser, just settled with the university for an undisclosed amount…

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The organizers of the Women’s March were in a bit of a lull. Sure, the original Women’s March was a success by just about any standard, drawing both tremendous publicity and massive crowds worldwide of men and women in pussy hats, who were then treated to some sort of free-form word jazz from Ashley Judd about her menstrual cycle.
Part of the appeal of that first march, though, was that it was so formless: despite some dubious claims that it had nothing to do with Donald Trump, it had everything to do with Donald Trump and his surprise defeat of Hillary Clinton…

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During a joint press conference in Paris between President Trump and French President Emmanuel Macron, one reporter sent eyes rolling when he asked Macron’s opinion of Trump’s proposed border wall with Mexico.
The question did have some value, though; thanks to a typo, the press was led to believe that Trump, perhaps having spent some time at urbandictionary.com, had described some of the drug smuggling over the existing border fence as “cray…

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A Minnesota judge’s decision means the Universal Music Group’s money must be refunded and a new buyer found for rights to much of the star’s catalog.

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A co-president and a leading contender to become the investment bank’s chief executive has a surprising hobby.

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