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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.

Some Obamacare Premiums Are Going Up a Lot This Year

A Ton of Floridians Registered to Vote After Hurricane Matthew, Just as Rick Scott Probably Feared

Leslie Jones Fires Back at Trolls and Hackers in Her SNL Takedown

Uber Used Drones to Taunt Drivers Stuck in Traffic


They’re All in It Together

Trump’s campaign explained its grand conspiracy theory about the media in one insane press release.

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“Why Are You Defending Him Instead of Us?”

Republican women feel betrayed by their party. They won’t soon forget it—even after Trump is finished.

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The Anguish of Being a Republican Woman in the Age of Trump

Federal Judge Says Topless Ban May Violate U.S. Constitution

The Walking Dead’s Brutal Violence Finally Went Too Far

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