padded box: donald trump lives in a bubble, which is why he won't try anything at all to win back the voters currently dropping from the fringes of his 2016 constituency with great rapidity, jamelle bouie writes.
jeffrey lord is a political hack and shameless troll who spent the past two years wasting america’s time on cnn as one of the world’s dumbest and most slavishly pro-trump pundits. he appeared regularly on cnn’s political programming as one of do
americans are less divided on immigration than you might think. if the question is whether we ought to admit more immigrants or fewer of them, you’ll certainly find disagreement. but when you ask about the kind of immigrants we should admit, the
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while gabe is off this week enjoying the “happiest place on earth,” we here in other not-so-happy places on earth compiled the best of what to read this week.
in the slate plus bonus segment of wednesday’s edition of the culture gabfest, the hosts discuss julia’s enthusiasm for online boggle and stephen’s weakness for virtual hearts.
among the most striking aspects of donald trump is how, as president, he has taken the pathologies and dysfunctions of the modern republican party and brought them careening to their logical conclusions. the racial dog-whistling of republican ca
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birmingham, alabama—congressman mo brooks has been mystified watching the feud between senate majority leader mitch mcconnell and president trump play out over the past few days.
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rener gracie beamed with pride as he showed me a video on his phone. the footage, taken from a surveillance camera at an apparel store, showed one of his students, a police officer, threatening to break another man’s arm. the officer claimed he’
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this episode of whistlestop revisits sept. 25, 1919, and president woodrow wilson speechifying for peace.
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glenn greenwald is one of the co-founding editors of the intercept. he sits down with isaac chotiner to discuss whether america is risking a new cold war with putin’s russia, julian assange’s complicated personality, and why president donald tru
headlines about the opioid epidemic come with often staggering reports of the numbers of deaths, of overdoses, and of lives saved by naloxone. according to data released from the centers for disease control and prevention, there were 5
this weekend, alt-righters and white supremacists will descend upon charlottesville, virginia, as they have throughout 2017. but they may find themselves without a place to party.