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Trump’s rather weird meeting with the 2017 Teachers of the Year
How the event departed from the past.
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Trump now agrees with the majority of Americans: He wasn’t ready to be president
“I thought it would be easier,” Trump said of the presidency.
 
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Trump is now talking about consolidating his power
In a Fox News interview, Trump calls congressional rules “archaic” and says the filibuster is bad for the country.
 
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Is $60 million really not enough for the Obamas?
Imagine the powerful message he would have sent had he chosen to renounce the new White House road to riches.
 
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The complete disaster of Fyre Festival played out on social media for all to see; ‘NOT MY FAULT’ says organizer Ja Rule
They paid thousands to attend a luxury music festival. Instead, they got “a tent on a rocky outcropping near a Sandals resort.”
 
Trump has galvanized activists on the left. Can they stay energized?
Thousands of groups have sprouted across the country, aimed at resisting the president’s agenda.
 
EPA website removes climate science site from public view after two decades
The Environmental Protection Agency announced Friday evening its website would be “undergoing changes” to better represent the new direction the agency is taking, triggering the removal of several agency websites containing detailed climate data and scientific information.
 
The most common reason people quit their $200,000 tech jobs
A new study finds stunning differences among minority groups working in tech.
 
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Winners and losers from President Trump’s first 100 days
Here’s who’s up and who’s down.
 
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Disliking Trump is getting very boring
His first 100 days are up. Let’s ignore him for the next 265.
 
A charter flight left the U.S. carrying 8 Iraqis. A community wonders who will be next.
The deportations quietly signaled a major shift in U.S. policy. Chaldean Catholics living in Michigan worry they’ll be forced to return to a country they don’t know, and some believe they will be persecuted there.
 
Not the Mile High Club: One in 10 travelers has sex in an airport, survey finds
A flight-shopping website says some Americans hook up before takeoff in restrooms and “storage cupboards” (?). Most just shop or eat.
 
Climate March expected to draw massive crowd to D.C. in sweltering heat
At the 100-day mark for the Trump administration, activists gather to denounce the president’s environmental rollbacks.
 
A deep dive into Trump’s elaborate fantasyland
In it, everything goes according to plan.
 
The GOP’s latest repeal effort just collapsed. The reason is simpler than you think.
The real explanation is hiding in plain sight.
 
 
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