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Trump must be impeached. Here’s why.; White House ‘systems failed’ with Comey firing, but Trump pushed the buttons; MIA: White House officials willing to publicly defend and explain Comey’s firing; On SNL, Melissa McCarthy’s Sean Spicer emerges from the bushes and finally confronts Trump; George Conway is the man at the center of everything; The woman who invented Mother’s Day would absolutely hate what it is today; The painful truth about teeth; Alt-right’s Richard Spencer leads torch-bearing protesters defending Confederate statue; NASCAR driver alert, stable after fiery crash involving Danica Patrick and Joey Logano; ‘Rare as winning the lottery’: New dinosaur fossil so well-preserved it looks like a statue; Egypt sees recent archaeological findings as a blessing for a struggling economy; Clapper’s remarks constitute the third strike for Trump; At Mar-a-Lago, the star power of the presidency helps charities — and Trump — make more money; ‘Mr. Trump, are you trolling us?’: Baldwin returns to SNL with parody of Trump’s Holt interview; Trump’s shifting reason for firing Comey could cost him with Hill leaders; How a $10.69 purchase may have sidelined the global malware attack
 
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White House ‘systems failed’ with Comey firing, but Trump pushed the buttons
The execution of FBI director’s ouster exposed divisions and distrust inside the White House.
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Trump must be impeached. Here’s why.
He has plainly obstructed justice.
 
MIA: White House officials willing to publicly defend and explain Comey’s firing
On “Fox News Sunday,” host Chris Wallace said the White House refused to book officials to discuss Comey’s firing.
 
On SNL, Melissa McCarthy’s Sean Spicer emerges from the bushes and finally confronts Trump
Alec Baldwin plays Trump, who delivers a “kiss of death” that turns into a borderline make-out session.
 
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The woman who invented Mother’s Day would absolutely hate what it is today
“They’re commercializing my Mother’s Day. This is not what I intended,” Anna Jarvis, who invented Mother’s Day, once said.
 
The painful truth about teeth
You can work full time but not have the money to fix your teeth – visible reminders of the divide between rich and poor.
 
Alt-right’s Richard Spencer leads torch-bearing protesters defending Confederate statue
“What brings us together is we are white,” he said at one of two Charlottesville protests over plans to remove the monument to Robert E. Lee.
 
NASCAR driver alert, stable after fiery crash involving Danica Patrick and Joey Logano
Aric Almirola was hospitalized overnight after the crash at Kansas Speedway.
 
‘Rare as winning the lottery’: New dinosaur fossil so well-preserved it looks like a statue
The fossil was discovered by accident.
 
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Egypt sees recent archaeological findings as a blessing for a struggling economy
This weekend’s announcement that 17 mummies were found south of Cairo marked the latest in a series of discoveries this year that officials see as a boost for the tourism sector, a vital source of hard currency.
 
Clapper’s remarks constitute the third strike for Trump
The president now appears to be irrational, if not ill.
 
At Mar-a-Lago, the star power of the presidency helps charities — and Trump — make more money
For some groups holding galas at Trump’s private club, the chance for a sighting of the commander in chief is a draw.
 
‘Mr. Trump, are you trolling us?’: Baldwin returns to SNL with parody of Trump’s Holt interview
From the real-life President Trump’s assertion that he came up with the phrase “priming the pump” to CNN’s Anderson Cooper giving Kellyanne Conway an epic on-air eyeroll, the writers for “Saturday Night Live” crammed in a boatload of news references into the show’s first five minutes.
 
Trump’s shifting reason for firing Comey could cost him with Hill leaders
The president told lawmakers he fired the FBI director because of DOJ recommendation, then he told NBC he was going to fire him regardless.
 
How a $10.69 purchase may have sidelined the global malware attack
A British researcher says he found a kill switch for the malicious software crippling computers worldwide.
 
 
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