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Donald Trump Isn’t the GOP’s Biggest Problem

The trouble is that the party still doesn’t have a plausible champion waiting in the wings.

Uber’s Arguments Against a Major Lawsuit Were Just Destroyed by a Federal Judge

TLC’s Sex-Abuse Documentary Was a Good Idea, Until It Let the Duggars Talk

Chipotle Had This Coming

How fitting that the restaurant is being sued over its anti-GMO advertising.

Hillary’s Email Scandal Was So Avoidable. Dems Are Right to Be Angry.

Future Tense

Google’s New Logo Isn’t Just About Looks

It’s about the Web’s future.


Party Like It’s 1989

Why are so many of 2015’s biggest pop stars channeling the sound of the 1980s?

Google’s New Logo Isn’t Just About Looks. It’s About the Web’s Future.

Why So Many of 2015’s Biggest Pop Stars Are Channeling the Sound of the 1980s

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