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What Ted Cruz and ISIS Have in Common

Hint: It has to do with Janet Yellen.

Martin Shkreli, Who Was Just Arrested, Resigned From Company Where He Raised Drug Prices

He was released on $5 million bond on Thursday.

Congress Just Finished Wrapping Its End-of-the-Year Present for You (It’s a Year Without a Shutdown)

They also want you to know it's not the best present, but it's the best they could do.

The Strange Politics of the Trump-Putin Mutual-Admiration Club

Is this finally the silver bullet opponents need to take Trump down? Probably not.

Snakes Enjoying Tourist Season in New York Area

The subway can't have all the fun, anyway.

Republicans Calling Each Other Names Will Eat Their Words

Expect "fascist" Trump or "liar" Ted Cruz to look a whole lot better to Republicans if either of them wins the nomination.

Trump Will Take Compliments From Putin Because the U.S. ‘Does Plenty of Killing Also’

On Morning Joe.

This List of Questions Barbara Walters Asked Donald Trump Sums Up His Year Pretty Well

“If you lose the Republican nomination, are you a loser?”

President Obama Is Willing to Eat a Chewed-Up Salmon With ‘Bear Breath’ on It If It Helps You Learn About Climate Change

Drinking his own pee, however, is out of the question. Even if Bear Grylls asks him.

These Start-ups Had a Pretty Cool Post-It-Art War

Tributes to Super Mario, Donkey Kong, Star Wars, and a two-story mural of a unicorn, vomiting a rainbow.

Whatever You’ve Heard, Independent Retail in New York Is Thriving

Mom-and-pop stores endure and even proliferate, like pines on a rocky mountaintop.

When Did the GOP Get So Extreme on Immigration?

An anti-immigrant trend among conservative activists has been wrong-footing Republican politicians for years.

Bernie Sanders Campaign Caught a Glimpse of Confidential Clinton Data, and the DNC Is Furious

The socialist senator is in "yuge" trouble.

House Passes $600 Billion in Tax Cuts in First Round of Budget Deal

The tax bill skewed heavily toward GOP priorities but offered Democrats tax breaks for working families and green energy.

 

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