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diArticles feed for di, 01 Oct 2016 12:48:13 GMT for Node.jsdonald trump,early and often,hillary clinton,tweetsdonald trump,politics,wall streetswing states,early and often,michigan,polls,florida,hillary clinton,donald trump,new hampshire,nevadabill clinton,politics,hillary clinton,americorpsearly and often,nuclear weapons,barack obama,hillary clintondrugs,john mcafeethe national interest,politics,donald trump,campaign 2016extrajudicial killings,human rights,Rodrigo Dutertedonald trump,early and often,alicia machado,hillary clintondonald trump,politics,private prisonsdonald trump,politics,white working class,voter registrationdonald trump,today in donald trump,early and often ,cuba,politics usa today,early and often,endorsements,donald trump,hillary clintoninfrastructure,trains, scary things,nj transitgender neutral restrooms,bathroom bill,transgender,californiapolitics,today in donald trump,early and oftennew york city, bill de blasio, homelessness,homeless shelterstalking about the weather,hurricanesFlorida Man,taser,cakes,policeearly and often,porn,debates,inspirational stories,pornhub<![CDATA[Trump: We Need a Commander-in-Chief Who Sends Angry Tweets at 3 a.m.]]>, 30 Sep 2016 20:42:28 GMT

Donald Trump got an early start Friday morning, waking up at 3 a.m. to share his reflections on the perils of anonymous sourcing in political journalism.

By 5 a.m., the Republican nominee was providing his followers with sex-tape recommendations.

These tweets led some to imagine the mogul sitting alone and...More »]]>Eric Levitzdonald trumpearly and oftenhillary clintontweets<![CDATA[More Evidence That Wall Street Fears the Candidate Who Wants to Cut Its Taxes]]>, 30 Sep 2016 19:57:20 GMT

We have heard credible warnings for a while now that the election of Donald J. Trump — or even the proximate possibility of said development — could roil financial markets in a nontrivial and even destructive manner. As Michelle Celarier observed last week: “[A] Trump presidency is the...More »]]>Ed Kilgoredonald trumppoliticswall street<![CDATA[Clinton Takes Lead in Post-Debate Polls of 4 Battleground States]]>, 30 Sep 2016 19:46:15 GMT

On Monday, Donald Trump spent much of the first presidential debate bragging about his talent for tax evasion, the fact that he doesn’t discriminate against black people at all of his properties, and that time he forced Barack Obama to release his birth certificate.

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<![CDATA[Clinton Continues Family Tradition With National-Service Proposal]]>, 30 Sep 2016 19:12:28 GMT

Taking a page from her husband’s playbook, Hillary Clinton used the venerable idea of national service linked to post-service college assistance to appeal to millennials and other civic-minded folk, with a proposal that includes some features that might appeal to Republicans as well.

Millennials themselves won’t remember this,...More »]]>Ed Kilgorebill clintonpoliticshillary clintonamericorps<![CDATA[Hillary Clinton Is More ‘Dovish’ Than Obama on Nukes, Hacked Audio Suggests]]>, 30 Sep 2016 16:41:29 GMT

Barack Obama has long argued that America and its allies must “seek the peace and security of a world without nuclear weapons.” One of the signature foreign-policy achievements of his first term was forging a new Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty with Russia. This May, he became the first...More »]]>Eric Levitzearly and oftennuclear weaponsbarack obamahillary clinton<![CDATA[The Obscure, Legal Drug That Fuels John McAfee]]>, 30 Sep 2016 16:12:15 GMT

In late 2010, anti-virus software pioneer and self-described “God of computer security” John McAfee underwent a dramatic personality shift. Once avowedly sober and gregarious, forever surrounded by a cheerful entourage of yoga enthusiasts and light-aircraft pilots, he in short order became socially isolated, living alone with a shifting roster of...More »]]>Jeff Wisedrugsjohn mcafee<![CDATA[How Pivot Became the Euphemism of the Trump Campaign]]>, 30 Sep 2016 15:39:11 GMT

In response to Donald Trump’s most recent unhinged outburst, his still-campaign manager Kellyanne Conway said something she intended to be uninteresting. “I think he’s great when he pivots,” she told MSNBC. “I would encourage him to do even more pivoting.”

Pivot is a basketball term, describing...More »]]>Jonathan Chaitthe national interestpoliticsdonald trumpcampaign 2016<![CDATA[The President of the Philippines, Citing Hitler As Inspiration, Said He’d Be ‘Happy to Slaughter’ 3 Million Drug Addicts]]>, 30 Sep 2016 15:20:20 GMT

Philippine president Rodrigo Duterte has set the bar very high for shocking statements. He’s a man who has regularly openly called for the murder of drug users, who recently flipped the European Union the bird, and who, during his successful presidential campaign in April, made a More »]]>Jesse Singalextrajudicial killingshuman rightsRodrigo Duterte<![CDATA[Donald Trump Urges Voters to ‘Check Out’ Alicia Machado’s Sex Tape]]>, 30 Sep 2016 13:48:39 GMT

The Clinton campaign has spent a lot of time and ad dollars trying to convince voters that Donald Trump is a misogynist who sees women as mere sex objects. At Monday night’s debate, the Democratic nominee sought to bolster this narrative, by telling the story of Alicia Machado.

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<![CDATA[Trump Offers a Ray of Hope for America’s Embattled Private-Prison Industry]]>, 30 Sep 2016 13:25:47 GMT

There are always some particular interests with a particular reason for political engagement in any given election. I vaguely recall that during one of Jerry Brown’s presidential campaigns practically every chiropractor in America supported him because he favored making their services eligible for Medicaid funding. In 2012, a friend of...More »]]>Ed Kilgoredonald trumppoliticsprivate prisons<![CDATA[Trump Has a Voter-Registration Problem]]>, 30 Sep 2016 12:00:11 GMT

Beneath all the derisive mainstream-media commentary about Donald Trump’s presidential candidacy is an irrational fear that he is quite literally defying all logic and precedent and is destined by some angry God to rule over us. It was captured nicely by The Wall Street Journal’s Daniel Henniger in a More »]]>Ed Kilgoredonald trumppoliticswhite working classvoter registration<![CDATA[Trump Won’t Explain Potentially Illegal Cuba Dealings, But It May Not Matter]]>, 30 Sep 2016 09:56:47 GMT

Donald Trump and his surrogates get a lot of flak for constructing their own reality, but maybe they’re on to something. The Trump campaign has addressed the many reports about his foundation’s unscrupulous and potentially illegal actions by attacking the Washington Post’s David Fahrenthold for getting the story wrong, More »]]>Margaret Hartmanndonald trumptoday in donald trumpearly and often cubapolitics<![CDATA[In a First, USA Today Begs Readers Not to Vote for Trump]]>, 30 Sep 2016 05:10:26 GMT

USA Today, which has never taken a position on a presidential election in its 34 years as a newspaper, issued its first-ever endorsement on Thursday — or rather, the opposite of an endorsement — in an editorial urging readers to vote for any candidate not named Donald Trump.

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<![CDATA[Delayed Technology Upgrade Might Have Prevented Hoboken Train Wreck]]>, 30 Sep 2016 05:04:15 GMT

The horrifying crash of a New Jersey Transit commuter train into Hoboken station Thursday morning, which killed at least one person and injured 100, might never have happened had the train been outfitted with a new accident prevention technology that federal authorities require on all of the country’s...More »]]>Jonah Sheppinfrastructuretrains scary thingsnj transit<![CDATA[California Mandates Gender-Neutral Restrooms in Public Buildings]]>, 30 Sep 2016 04:29:18 GMT

California Governor Jerry Brown on Thursday signed a law requiring that all single-occupancy restrooms in public buildings be open to people of any gender, the Los Angeles Times reports.

The bill’s sponsor, state assemblyman Phil Ting of San Francisco, said the state was “charting a new course for...More »]]>Jonah Sheppgender neutral restroomsbathroom billtransgendercalifornia<![CDATA[As Trump Rails Against Clinton Foundation, Report Finds His Own Charity Is Operating Illegally]]>, 30 Sep 2016 04:26:37 GMT

Donald Trump reportedly found it hard to pay attention during debate prep, but when it comes to attacks on Hillary Clinton that are likely to backfire, the man is laser-focused. This week, Trump has been pushing a new attack line regarding the Clinton Foundation, More »]]>Margaret Hartmannpoliticstoday in donald trumpearly and often<![CDATA[New York City’s Homeless Population Is About to Hit 60,000]]>, 30 Sep 2016 02:52:17 GMT

The number of New Yorkers sleeping in homeless shelters is at a record high, and will likely surpass 60,000 in the coming days: a grim commentary on the failure of the city’s efforts to combat homelessness.

According to the Daily News, the city officially counted 59,948 individuals in...More »]]>Jonah Sheppnew york city bill de blasio homelessnesshomeless shelters<![CDATA[There’s a Chance Hurricane Matthew Could Be Headed for the East Coast Next Week]]>, 29 Sep 2016 22:43:24 GMT

The warm waters of the Caribbean Sea are fueling a hurricane that could turn toward the East Coast next week. Hurricane Matthew became a Category 1 storm Thursday afternoon, its sustained winds of about 75 miles per hour earning it the honor of being the fifth Atlantic hurricane...More »]]>Jen Kirbytalking about the weatherhurricanes<![CDATA[Florida Cop Sued Despite Baking ‘Sorry I Tased You’ Cake for Woman He Tased]]>, 29 Sep 2016 22:17:40 GMT

A sheriff’s deputy in Florida has learned from experience that accidentally tasing a woman and then baking her a cake does not get you off the hook. The woman, who says the deputy tased her at the apartment complex where she works, is now suing, the Pensacola News...More »]]>Adam K. RaymondFlorida Mantasercakespolice<![CDATA[Many Civic-minded Masturbators Took a Break From Porn to Watch Monday’s Debate]]>, 29 Sep 2016 21:53:30 GMT

Donald Trump wasn’t the only loser of Monday’s debate. As a record 84 million viewers tuned into the first exchange of ideas between the major party candidates, saw its traffic take a nosedive. When Lester Holt asked Hillary Clinton the evening’s first question, PornHub’s viewership fell 16...More »]]>Eric Levitzearly and oftenporndebatesinspirational storiespornhub

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