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Beto O’Rourke Couldn’t Land a Punch at His Final Debate With Ted Cruz

Beto O’Rourke Couldn’t Land a Punch at His Final Debate With Ted Cruz

SAN ANTONIO, Texas—Rep. Beto O’Rourke made it about 13 minutes into the debate before he attempted to throw the aggressive punch at Sen. Ted Cruz that he’d been expected to throw.
Trump Compares Criticism of Saudi Arabia for Apparent Murder of a Journalist to Brett Kavanaugh, Now a Supreme Court Justice

Trump Compares Criticism of Saudi Arabia for Apparent Murder of a Journalist to Brett Kavanaugh, Now a Supreme Court Justice

Here’s a quick heat check: on Tuesday, President Trump gave an interview to the Associated Press where he pushed back at the growing global outrage over Saudi Arabia’s apparent assassination of
Between a Rock and a Funny Place

Between a Rock and a Funny Place

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Why It’s So Uncomfortable for Feminists to Confront Hillary Clinton About Bill

Why It’s So Uncomfortable for Feminists to Confront Hillary Clinton About Bill

For all the powerful abusers exposed and censured over the past 12 months, one of the biggest accomplishments of the #MeToo movement has been the reintroduction and reframing of past misconduct. Bill
Trump Says The Federal Reserve Is the “Biggest Threat” to His Presidency. So Why Hasn’t He Done Anything About It?

Trump Says The Federal Reserve Is the “Biggest Threat” to His Presidency. So Why Hasn’t He Done Anything About It?

Donald Trump’s feud with the Federal Reserve is getting more heated and bizarre by the week. Last we left this saga, the president had suggested that our country’s central bankers had “gone crazy” and
Republicans Aren’t Running on Taxes Anymore. They’re Running on Bigotry.

Republicans Aren’t Running on Taxes Anymore. They’re Running on Bigotry.

“The tax bill is part of a bigger theme that we’re going to call The Great American comeback,” said Ohio Rep. Steve Stivers, chairman of the National Republican Congressional Committee, at the
The Heritage Foundation’s New, Secretive Clerkship Boot Camp Is Going to Further Trumpify the Courts

The Heritage Foundation’s New, Secretive Clerkship Boot Camp Is Going to Further Trumpify the Courts

Are you an attorney who has accepted a clerkship with a federal judge in 2019? Congratulations! The Heritage Foundation has a program just for you. At the conservative think tank’s Federal Clerkship
CDC Confirms Surge in Cases of Polio-like Disease Mostly Affecting Children

CDC Confirms Surge in Cases of Polio-like Disease Mostly Affecting Children

A rare, polio-like disease is emerging in almost half of the United States, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said Tuesday.
The Many Lives of Paul Allen

The Many Lives of Paul Allen

Most of us would be lucky to be remembered by history for one thing after we die. Paul Allen, who died Monday at 65 of non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma, is being remembered for so many things that you could
The Angle: Save the Children Edition

The Angle: Save the Children Edition

Broken home: Some of the children who have been adopted by new families due to the Trump administration’s family-separation policies may never be reunited with their parents. This is due to a national
Wow, There Sure Are a Lot of People Rabidly Shipping Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper

Wow, There Sure Are a Lot of People Rabidly Shipping Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper

Lady Gaga appeared to announce her engagement on Monday night, when in her speech at a “Women in Hollywood” event at the Four Seasons in Los Angeles, she thanked “my fiancé, Christian,” a reference to
Vulnerable Republicans Embrace Party’s Beloved B.S. and Jingoism Strategies in Closing Days of Campaign

Vulnerable Republicans Embrace Party’s Beloved B.S. and Jingoism Strategies in Closing Days of Campaign

As you may have seen, somewhere between many and a ton of Republican candidates are in danger of losing their House, Senate, and gubernatorial races in this November’s midterm elections. And though
Elizabeth Warren Has Set a Dangerous Precedent

Elizabeth Warren Has Set a Dangerous Precedent

On May 26, 2016, then-candidate Donald Trump tweeted, “I find it offensive that Goofy Elizabeth Warren, sometimes referred to as Pocahontas, pretended to be Native American to get in Harvard.” It was
Get Over the Notch

Get Over the Notch

Ever since Apple debuted the iPhone X, notches have been the bête noire of our ever-cooler, ever-bigger smartphones. Apple wasn’t the first to introduce the feature, which cuts into a phone’s
History Will Judge John Roberts if His Court’s Steady Stream of 5–4 Pro-GOP Decisions Continues

History Will Judge John Roberts if His Court’s Steady Stream of 5–4 Pro-GOP Decisions Continues

As Justice Brett Kavanaugh takes his seat on the Supreme Court, Chief Justice John Roberts’s job just got harder. Roberts, who claims to be protective of the court’s role as an impartial arbiter of
Canada Is Legalizing Weed This Week. But Will There Be Enough Bud to Meet Demand?

Canada Is Legalizing Weed This Week. But Will There Be Enough Bud to Meet Demand?

Recreational marijuana sales are set to begin in Canada on Wednesday, which will officially make our northern neighbor the world’s second country after Uruguay to formally legalize the drug for
Pompeo Helps the Saudis Sweep a Murder Under the Rug

Pompeo Helps the Saudis Sweep a Murder Under the Rug

America’s top diplomat has just told the world’s tyrants that they can do anything they want, even murder a prominent American resident, as long as they’re generous to President Trump.
A “Banana Cake” With a Dark Secret

A “Banana Cake” With a Dark Secret

What looks like a banana cake, tastes (kind of) like a banana cake, has the same ingredient list as a banana cake—but comes out lighter and bouncier, and makes you feel really weird while you’re
What to Do About Professors Who Refuse to Offer Recommendations to Students Who Want to Study in Israel

What to Do About Professors Who Refuse to Offer Recommendations to Students Who Want to Study in Israel

Few schools offer study abroad program possibilities as extensive as those of the University of Michigan, which includes programs in more than 130 foreign countries, from Argentina to Zambia. To
It’s Beto’s Money, and He’ll Do What He Wants With It

It’s Beto’s Money, and He’ll Do What He Wants With It

Beto O’Rourke’s ascent from Surprisingly Popular But Probably Still Doomed Senate Challenger to Greatest Senate Fundraiser Ever has forced political consultants to ponder a previously ludicrous