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Bill Clinton’s Love Song

His speech was long, beautiful, and finally gave Hillary the credit she deserves.

Trump’s Campaign: Trust Us, He Doesn’t Have Ties to Russia

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Conventions Need Celebrities

Sarah Silverman proves that comedians and other stars can do what politicians can’t.

The “Off-Grid” Family Seeking Donations to Fund Their Survival


Humanizing Hillary

Bill Clinton talked for 42 minutes about how much he loves his wife. Will voters care?


How the Philadelphia Police Chilled Out About Protesters

They were notoriously aggressive toward activists. Now they’re treating them with a softer touch.

Bill Clinton Talked for 42 Minutes About How Much He Loves His Wife. Will Voters Care?

Philadelphia’s Police Used to Be Brutal With Protesters. Then They Learned to Chill Out.

Why Doesn’t Google Consider Donald Trump a “Presidential Candidate”?

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