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Trump’s New Spy Chief Used to Work for a Foreign Politician the U.S. Accused of Corruption
Richard Grenell did not disclose payments for advocacy work on behalf of a Moldovan politician whom the U.S. later accused of corruption. His own office’s policy says that could leave him vulnerable to blackmail.
Stop-and-frisk under Bloomberg led more NYC black students to drop out
"On the days in which my students were stopped and frisked, their whole day was affected," one teacher explained.
‘The only uncertainty is how long we’ll last’: a worst case scenario for the climate in 2050
In their new book, the architects of the Paris climate accords, Christiana Figueres and Tom Rivett-Carnac, lay out radical but hopeful alternatives for the future of humanity
Dark Towers review: Deutsche Bank, Donald Trump and a must-read mystery
David Enrich delivers a master class in financial sleuthing but much about bank and billionaire remains unknown
A Luxury Apartment Rises in a Poor Neighborhood. What Happens Next?
Economists say rents would fall. Neighbors fear rents would rise. New research tries to find the answer.
The Berniephobes Are Wrong
Wall Street fears the rise of the Vermont senator. The rest of America has less to worry about.
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When California’s housing crisis slammed into a wealthy suburb, one public servant became a convert to a radically simple doctrine.
The Original Renegade
A 14-year-old in Atlanta created one of the biggest dances on the internet. But nobody really knows that.
The #MeToo Case That Divided the Abortion-Rights Movement
When an activist accused one of the most respected physicians in the movement of sexually assaulting her, everyone quickly took sides.
John Kelly Finally Lets Loose on Trump
The former chief of staff explained, in the clearest terms yet, his misgivings with Trump’s behavior regarding North Korea, immigration, and Ukraine.
Jeff Bezos bought the most expensive property in LA with an eighth of a percent of his net worth
It’s impossible to conceptualize how much money Bezos has
‘We Knew They Had Cooked the Books’
The Trump administration’s attempt to kill one of America’s strongest climate policies has been a complete debacle.
‘The Hunt’ Producer Jason Blum and Writer Damon Lindelof Speak Out: ‘This Is Not a Dangerous Movie’
Universal and Blumhouse are ready to unveil “The Hunt,” a satiric thriller that follows a group of liberal elites who try to track down and kill “red state” conservatives fo…
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Elizabeth Warren’s Last Stand
Can the New England senator win the Democratic nomination if she doesn’t win New Hampshire?
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A February without rain could boost wildfire danger in Northern California
Forecasts say the Bay Area could finish February without a drop of rain — for the first time since 1864. Fire officials are concerned.
‘Toddlers Are Delighted With Themselves’
Toddler selfies, sometimes taken one at a time and sometimes by the hundred, are filling up the camera rolls on parents’ smartphones. Here’s why.
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The Nuclear Family Was Never Going to Last
The family structure we’ve held up as the cultural ideal for the past half century has been a catastrophe for many. It’s time to figure out better ways to live together.
"You wouldn't think you'd go to jail over medical bills": County in rural Kansas is jailing people over unpaid medical debt
If two court hearings are missed on unpaid medical debt, the judge issues an arrest warrant for contempt of court.
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