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The Most Astute Analysis of American Politics in 2016? SNL’s “Black Jeopardy!” Sketch.

It had more to say about class and race than a thousand tenderly crafted portraits of the white working class.

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Will Chris Christie Dare to Veto a Bill Curbing Solitary Confinement?

Uber Used Drones to Taunt Drivers Stuck in Traffic

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Does Donald Trump Believe in Anything but Himself?

The candidate’s fascism is rooted in his own self-interest.


The Woman Behind the Meat Dress

On her new album Joanne, Lady Gaga grapples with where her stage persona ends and Stefani Germanotta begins.

A Historian of Fascism on How Trump’s Rhetoric Will Permanently Affect American Politics

On Her New Album, Lady Gaga Reveals the Woman Behind the Meat Dress

Trump’s Campaign Explained Its Media Conspiracy Theory in One Insane Press Release

Shoppers Boycott Ivanka Trump’s Clothing Line to Protest Her Dad’s Misogyny

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