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Trump may be helping to create a famine in Yemen. Congress could stop him.
Trump has an opportunity to save millions of innocent lives in Yemen. Will he do it?
20 years ago, H.R. McMaster wrote a cautionary tale. Now he risks becoming one.
In “Dereliction of Duty,” the current national security adviser wrote of the perils of working for truth-impaired commander in chief.
 
Jeff Sessions to federal prosecutors: I don’t trust you
He promises to “un-handcuff” prosecutors. But his policy change will do the opposite.
 
Why the outcome of Iran’s election does matter
A Hassan Rouhani victory would probably be better for the world.
 
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Mike Pence wants us to believe he’s innocent. Don’t buy it.
Again and again, the vice president says he’s out of the loop.
 
How GOP gerrymandering is protecting Trump
GOP control of Congress is Trump’s best defense, and gerrymandering could save it in 2018.
 
Fox News fires Bob Beckel for ‘an insensitive remark to an African-American employee’
It seems the HR office is getting serious.
 
Facebook is not liable for not policing Palestinian terrorist accounts
Internet service and content providers are, by federal law, protected from lawsuits based on material posted by third parties. And this applies as much to claims under foreign law (here, Israeli law) as under U.S. state and federal law.
 
 
Trump discovers that you can run, but after that it gets complicated
Kind of like running for office.
 
Lunch links: Report finds children routinely denied their Sixth Amendment right to an attorney
Plus: More “police officer of the year” syndrome,” forensic scandals in Arizona, Philly’s likely new DA is a true reformer
 
How blighted urban areas transform into trendy, gentrified communities
Two books explore the dislocations caused by revitalizing of city neighborhoods.
 
GOP agenda was already stalled, markets only found out this week
Looking at an unproductive legislative year
 
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Bill O’Reilly says Roger Ailes always had his back. And that was precisely the problem.
Loyalty is not the greatest of traits.
 
Ukraine declares war on Russian social media — and some say it’s long overdue
How do you regulate social media when they’re used as weapons of war?
 
Gruesome tales from a dysfunctional health care system
Elisabeth Rosenthal demonstrates how financial incentives distort care in the U.S.
 
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