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25,000 Hit The Streets In Massive NYC Anti-Trump Rally Hours Before Inauguration Day

Michael Moore, Robert De Niro and several other high-profile figures spoke at the peaceful demonstration Thursday night.

The last time Clark Luster marched in New York City was in the 1960s to protest the Vietnam War.

Over half a century later, the 72-year-old retiree fr

Middle-Class Decline Mirrors The Fall Of Unions In One Chart

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This week the Census Bureau reported the latest depressing decline in middle-class incomes during the so-called economic recovery. But it may have missed an important factor in this story. A report on Wednesday from the left-leaning think tank Center For American Progress

For the first time since Ronald Reagan, the president’s Cabinet won’t include a Latino

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In the closing months of Ronald Reagan’s presidency, the 40th president filled a vacancy in his Cabinet and made history.uro Cavazos became education secretary in September 1988 and the first Latino to be confirmed for the Cabinet. He stayed on the job in the early par

Donald Trump cancels MLK weekend visit to national African-American Museum

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Following a nasty, racially-tinged feud with civil rights hero Congressman John Lewis over the state of his "horrible" district and "burning and crime infested inner-cities," Republican President-elect Donald Trump has canceled a Martin Luther King, Jr. Day visit to the Na

Mexican President: Donald Trump’s Border Wall Is ‘Against Our Dignity’

“Mexico absolutely will not pay for” the wall, Enrique Peña Nieto said. President-elect Donald Trump may need to start thinking of new ways to fund his big, expensive, irrational wall. Trump has repeatedly promised that Mexico will pay for a wall on its border with the U.S

25,000 Hit The Streets In Massive NYC Anti-Trump Rally Hours Before Inauguration Day

25,000 Hit The Streets In Massive NYC Anti-Trump Rally Hours Before Inauguration Day

Michael Moore, Robert De Niro and several other high-profile figures spoke at the peaceful demonstration Thursday night. The last time Clark Luster marched in New York City was in the 1960s to protest the Vietnam War. Over half a century later, the 72-year-old retiree from Asheville, North Carolina, says a new threat has compelled him to hit the streets once again: President-elect Donald Trump. “We’ve got to do something about him,” Luster told The Huffington Post on Thursday. “What’s...

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Middle-Class Decline Mirrors The Fall Of Unions In One Chart

Middle-Class Decline Mirrors The Fall Of Unions In One Chart

This week the Census Bureau reported the latest depressing decline in middle-class incomes during the so-called economic recovery. But it may have missed an important factor in this story. A report on Wednesday from the left-leaning think tank Center For American Progress notes that as middle-class incomes have steadily fallen, so have union membership rates. The middle 60 percent of households earned 53.2 percent of national income in 1968. That number has fallen to just 45.7 percent. During...

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For the first time since Ronald Reagan, the president’s Cabinet won’t include a Latino

For the first time since Ronald Reagan, the president’s Cabinet won’t include a Latino

In the closing months of Ronald Reagan’s presidency, the 40th president filled a vacancy in his Cabinet and made history. Lauro Cavazos became education secretary in September 1988 and the first Latino to be confirmed for the Cabinet. He stayed on the job in the early part of George H.W. Bush’s presidency before resigning amid questions about his use of frequent-flier miles. Ever since, there’s been at least one Latino at the table in the White House Cabinet...

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Donald Trump cancels MLK weekend visit to national African-American Museum

Donald Trump cancels MLK weekend visit to national African-American Museum

Following a nasty, racially-tinged feud with civil rights hero Congressman John Lewis over the state of his "horrible" district and "burning and crime infested inner-cities," Republican President-elect Donald Trump has canceled a Martin Luther King, Jr. Day visit to the National Museum of African American History and Culture. According to ABC News, the visit was originally planned on Saturday amid the fighting with Lewis, who called Trump an "illegitimate president" following a briefing on Russian government interference...

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Mexican President: Donald Trump’s Border Wall Is ‘Against Our Dignity’

Mexican President: Donald Trump’s Border Wall Is ‘Against Our Dignity’

“Mexico absolutely will not pay for” the wall, Enrique Peña Nieto said. President-elect Donald Trump may need to start thinking of new ways to fund his big, expensive, irrational wall. Trump has repeatedly promised that Mexico will pay for a wall on its border with the U.S. in order to keep undocumented immigrants out. On Wednesday, Trump clarified that the United States would begin building the wall immediately and force its southern neighbor to “reimburse us.” But Mexican President Enrique...

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Barack Obama's Enduring Faith in America

Barack Obama's Enduring Faith in America

In his farewell address, the president warned of threats to the nation’s tradition of democracy—none more than from inside—and rebuked Donald Trump, but sought to rally the country around shared ideals. In his final speech to the nation as the 44th president of the United States, Barack Hussein Obama offered a strong defense of American democracy and pluralism, telling the nation that its form of government relies on goodwill and tolerance. “Our Constitution is a remarkable,...

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6 MORE REPUBLICANS SAY SLOW DOWN ON OBAMACARE REPEAL

6 MORE REPUBLICANS SAY SLOW DOWN ON OBAMACARE REPEAL

Anxiety about repealing Obamacare without a replacement got a lot more visible in the U.S. Senate on Monday evening, as a half-dozen Republican senators called publicly for slowing down the process. It’s not clear how strongly these senators feel about it, or whether they are willing to defy party leadership over how and when efforts to repeal Obamacare proceed. But at least three other GOP senators have now expressed reservations about eliminating the Affordable Care Act without first...

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Intelligence Report Concludes That Vladimir Putin Intervened In U.S. Election To Help Donald Trump Win

Intelligence Report Concludes That Vladimir Putin Intervened In U.S. Election To Help Donald Trump Win

Intelligence officials concluded that Russian President Vladimir Putin directed efforts to interfere in the 2016 U.S. election, with the goal of helping President-elect Donald Trump win. In a highly anticipated report prepared by the CIA, the FBI and the National Security Agency, intelligence officials doubled-down on earlier assertions that Moscow was responsible for cyberattacks directed at the Democratic National Committee. “Russian efforts to influence the 2016 US presidential election represent the most recent expression of Moscow’s longstanding desire to undermine...

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The Missouri State chorale performed at …

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The Missouri State chorale performed at the Trump inauguration (and blew up Twitter)

The Missouri State chorale flew to Washington, D.C. to perform in Donald Trump’s presidential inauguration.... Read more

Trump begins with call to kill climate a…

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Trump begins with call to kill climate action plan

CLOSE See the moment Donald J. Trump was sworn in as 45th President of the United States of America. USA TODAY NETWORK President Donald Trump... Read more

In his own words: President Trump's Inau…

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In his own words: President Trump's Inaugural Address

President Trump waves to the crowd after taking the oath of office on Jan. 20, 2017. (Photo: Robert Hanashiro, USA TODAY) The text of President... Read more

Aunt: Girl slain ran behind dad 'instead…

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Aunt: Girl slain ran behind dad 'instead of running away'

CLOSE Freeman McNeal said young neighbor, Alexandrea Thompson, was respectful and a leader. The Enquirer/Cara Owsley Students and staff at Mount Auburn International Academy in... Read more

Entertainment

How to Be Happy: 3 Simple Things Celebs …

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How to Be Happy: 3 Simple Things Celebs Do When They're Down

Seasonal affective disorder (SAD-ness) is a real thing, people. Feeling blue? You're not alone. Gloomy days are inevitable (especially during this time of year), but... Read more

J.K. Rowling Crushes Your Dreams of a Ha…

20-01-2017

J.K. Rowling Crushes Your Dreams of a Harry Potter and the Cursed Child Movie Trilogy

Curses! Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling took to Twitter Friday to deny rumors that a Harry Potter and the Cursed Child movie trilogy was in the... Read more

Idina Menzel Previews Lifetime's Dauntin…

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Idina Menzel Previews Lifetime's Daunting Beaches Remake

Idina Menzel knows just how you feel about Lifetime's Beaches remake. "It's exciting, it's scary too because it's such a beloved movie. People, including myself, saw...... Read more

Does Kristin Cavallari Still Talk to Lau…

20-01-2017

Does Kristin Cavallari Still Talk to Lauren Conrad and Audrina Patridge?

Married with three kids and several booming business ventures, Kristin Cavallari's days on The Hills are far behind her...but does she still keep in contact... Read more

Latin America News

Tight security for El Chapo extradition

20-01-2017

Notorious Mexican drug lord Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman has been extradited to the US, the Mexican government announced on Thursday.... Read more

East Timor punished for changing birth c…

20-01-2017

Rodrigo Sousa Silva was born in Ipatinga, Brazil and is one of the ineligible players named... Read more

El Chapo: Drug lord Joaquin Guzman extra…

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Image copyright Reuters Image caption Drug lord Joaquin Guzman is commonly known as El Chapo, meaning Shorty Notorious Mexican drug lord Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman... Read more

'They've taken our jobs'

19-01-2017

Image caption Jesus Oliva lost his job when Ford pulled out of Mexico in favour of the US The arid desert landscape of Villa de... Read more

Sports News

All-Star snub doesn't faze Russell Westb…

20-01-2017

All-Star snub doesn't faze Russell Westbrook (Yahoo Sports)

Russell Westbrook won't be starting in the All-Star Game, and most found that hard to believe. But Westbrook is taking... Read more

Spread picks: A great Super Bowl awaits …

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Spread picks: A great Super Bowl awaits (Yahoo Sports)

Any possible Super Bowl matchup will be excellent. So who will make it to Houston and Super Bowl LI?... Read more

Woj sources: Pau Gasol has surgery on ha…

20-01-2017

Woj sources: Pau Gasol has surgery on hand (Yahoo Sports)

The Spurs center underwent surgery to repair a fracture in the fourth metacarpal on his left hand after injuring it... Read more

Trump talks Brady, but Brady won't talk …

20-01-2017

Trump talks Brady, but Brady won't talk Trump (Yahoo Sports)

Tom Brady is saying anything about new President Donald Trump, even though Trump keeps on mentioning the Patriots quarterback.... Read more

Political News

Mattis confirmed as defense secretary

20-01-2017

Mattis confirmed as defense secretary

Retired Marine Gen. James Mattis required a waiver to take the top Pentagon job since he hasn’t been out of uniform for at least seven years. | Getty... Read more

The Muckraker Who Tormented Trump

20-01-2017

He was the first reporter who took Donald Trump seriously. An old-school, pen-and-paper, document-driven, sourced-up investigative ace for the Village Voice in New York, Wayne Barrett nailed the aspiring real... Read more

Inside Obama's final goodbyes

20-01-2017

Inside Obama's final goodbyes

President Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump escort former President Barack Obama and former first lady Michelle Obama to their helicopter departure on the Capitol plaza on January 20.... Read more

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