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Trumpcare Is Coming to a Vote

The House leadership’s stunt just might get the AHCA passed.

Trump Wants a Vote on the Health Care Bill on Friday. Or Else.

House Conservatives Might Actually Be Right About Obamacare Repeal

The New Emoji Are Completely Unnecessary and Confusing

Donald and Melania Trump Reportedly Sleep in Separate Beds. Does That Matter?

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Top News: Trump’s a Liar

Finally, even the Wall Street Journal and Time understand that his dishonesty is the story of this presidency.

Politics

How National Review Helped Build the Alt-Right

The magazine laid the foundations for the movement it now opposes.

The Media Have Finally Figured Out How to Cover Donald Trump’s Lies

National Review Wants Credit for Opposing the Alt-Right Movement It Helped Create

Watch a Gorsuch Defender Say a Dead Victim of Gun Violence Would Support Gorsuch

The Right-Wing Media Now Think Maybe Obama Spied on Trump After All

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