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Jimmy Kimmel—mouthy, mean, and quick to cry—is the perfect foil for Donald Trump. But how long can he play the hero?

Trump Says He Has “Proof” That Family of Soldier Killed in Action Is Lying About His Condolence Call

How Fox News Takes a Meaningless Moment and Turns It Into an Entire Day of Outrage

Now, Good Girls Revolt’s Cancellation Seems Crueler Than Ever

Trump May Have Given Kaepernick a Case Against the NFL

War Stories

Trump’s Missile Defense Delusion

He can’t really believe what he said about our system this week ... can he?

Washington Will Not
Crack Down on
Facebook or Google

Politicians are too addicted to your data.

Trump Says U.S. Missile Defense Works 97 Percent of the Time. It’s Scary if He Really Believes That.

Politicians Are Addicted to Big Data Like It’s Campaign Cash

Let Us Marvel at the Absolute Incoherence of Trump’s Rationale for Sabotaging Obamacare

No, the Mar-a-Lago Parrots in That Donald-Ivanka Photo Are Not Having Sex

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