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Imagining President Trump: A Conversation

March 1, 2016
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Imagining President Trump: A Conversation

New York Magazine's team of political writers game out the once-fantastical but now quite possible prospect of a Trump presidency.

Super Tuesday Surprises: Possible Outcomes That Would Freak Out the Pundits

A Trump majority in Massachusetts? A Rubio win in Alaska? A Sanders win in Oklahoma?

China Makes Domestic Abuse an Actual Crime

There are still dozens of countries where domestic abuse is totally legal.

Here’s the MTA’s New Anti-Hoverboard Ad

That red bubble-person is up to naughty things again!

Louis Farrakhan’s Praise for Trump Shows That the Donald Appeals to Bigots of All Colors

First, Trump won the endorsement of a KKK grand wizard. Now the Nation of Islam leader praises the mogul's efforts to get Jewish money out of politics.

Anticipating Big Super Tuesday, Trump Mulled Skipping Next Fox News Debate

But the Donald's long-awaited face-off with Megyn Kelly will apparently happen after all.

How Donald Trump Made Republicans Half-Aware of Racism

How could this happen to the movement founded by segregationist William F. Buckley?

Osama bin Laden Wanted Most of His $29 Million Fortune to Be Used on Jihad

He also asked that his male relatives be given two pounds of gold.

Yoenis Cespedes One-ups All of the Insane Cars He Drove to Camp Last Week

With a horse.

Sanders Has Another $40 Million to Bern

Bernie Sanders had himself a super Monday, raising $5.5 million in 24 hours.

Fresh Intelligence: Fatal Police Shooting in North Carolina, Apple Wins in New York, and More

Our roundup of the stories, ideas, and memes you’ll be talking about today.

Black Students Removed From Trump Rally Over Silent Demonstration

They say they had no intention of disrupting the event.

Can Bernie Sanders Bounce Back on Super Tuesday?

Lowered expectations give him a chance to look relatively good on March 1 — but it won’t necessarily happen.

4 Big Questions About the Republican Race on Super Tuesday

Trump is shooting for a majority of delegates in 11 states tomorrow, while his opponents hope not to fall off the map.


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