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Is the GOP Cracking Up?

With Jeb Bush looking finished at last night's debate and Marco Rubio still not attracting base voters, the possibility remains in play.

The Truth About Ben Carson and the Company He Says He Never Had ‘Any Kind of Relationship’ With

Years ago, he said the company's vitamins helped cure his prostate cancer.

Is It Over for the Mets?

An unapologetically biased postgame debriefing.

Caribbean Choked by Biggest Seaweed Bloom Ever

Stinky four-foot-high piles repel beachgoers; Mexico calls in its navy to fix it.

Paul Ryan Is the Next Speaker of the House

One person voted for Colin Powell.

C-SPAN Did a Dramatic Close-up on Boehner’s Tissue Box During His Farewell Speech

His last speech to the House featured a "few tears. Nothing wrong with that."

Man Hands Cops ‘Cooler of Drugs’ and Enters Rehab After Hearing Obama’s Speech About Addiction

No charges will be filed against him.

Scenes of Mourning at the Funeral for Slain NYPD Officer Randolph Holder

Thousands, including many fellow cops, paid their respects to the policeman killed in East Harlem last week.

Seth Meyers Names Worst Part of Being Speaker: Pretending to Pay Attention to Whole State of the Union

It looks really hard — unless you're Joe Biden.

China Ends One-Child Policy

Chinese families can now have two kids.

The 15 Best Moments From 2015’s Giant Pumpkin Coverage

People who love great pumpkins really, really love them.

Key Moments of the Third GOP Presidential Debate

Rubio destroys Bush, Trump contradicts his own website, and the candidates revolt against CNBC.

Peace Breaks Out Among the Republican Candidates

After Jeb is quietly put to sleep, the candidates agree to agree.

Johnny Cueto Two-Hits the Mets; Royals Take a 2-0 World Series Lead

The Mets are in trouble as the series shifts to New York.


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