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Kentucky Billboard Savages Sen. Mitch McConnell

A group called Indivisible Kentucky is garnering attention for the billboard they put up in Louisville. The billboard sent a loud and clear message to Sen. Mitch McConnell (R-KY): “You…

Progressive candidates line up to take down Republicans

WASHINGTON — Lori Wahila and her son Matt have done everything together since jumping into politics this year: They took the same bus to the Women’s March in Washington, joined…

4 Main Eating Habits Of Thin People

If you want to lose weight, it’s not what you eat but rather when you eat it, according to new research. The study examined factors that led to weight loss,…

Trump’s DEA Continues To Delay Approval of Marijuana Research Applications

Almost a year after the Drug Enforcement Administration announced it would consider granting additional licenses to cultivate cannabis for research purposes – and despite drawing 25 applicants so far –…

Trump Set To Axe Agency That Advocates For Minorities and Poor

Given how President Donald Trump has taken aim at the Environmental Protection Agency with regulatory rollbacks and deep proposed budget cuts, it may come as no surprise that the Office…

Can A Feckless Trump Really Pardon Himself?

by Bonnie Kristian A Friday Washington Post story reported President Trump has been exploring the option of exercising his broad constitutional pardon power on behalf of himself or members of his campaign team…

It’s Shark Season But Here’s 7 More Things Swimmers Should Actually Fear

It’s shark season – primarily on cable TV. As the decades-long tradition of “Shark Week” approaches, you can expect once again to hear of “serial killer” sharks, attacks near major…

‘An insane amount of heat’ as fire near Yosemite National Park moves with frightening speed

MARIPOSA, Calif. — It has destroyed 29 structures, temporarily cut off power to Yosemite National Park and threatened the historic gold-mining town of Mariposa, sending its residents fleeing. It’s sent…

It’s not your imagination: 2017 has been abnormally hot so far

Yeah, it’s a hot one. This is the Earth on climate change. Pexels A famous 1936 image shows the people of Nebraska sprawled on the capitol lawn to escape record-breaking…

How to make new friends as an adult

11 apps to build your real-world social network. Expand your social circle with your phone. Kevin Curtis/Unsplash In high school and college, you make friends with ease. Between classes, recreational…

Fox’s Wacky Eric Bolling Says We Should Be Blaming Obama For Russiagate

As the Trump administration’s Russia bombshells keep dropping, Fox News snowflake Eric Bolling is going to his safe space: blaming Barack Obama. In his “Wake Up America” commentary Saturday, Bolling…

If Kim Jong-un Disappears For Several Days the World Should Worry

Should the world be worried if North Korean leader Kim Jong-un “disappears” from the reclusive state’s media for more than a week? Korean news outlet the JoongAng Ilbo’s recent report…

Trump Has Secretive Teams, Led by Hires With Deep Industry Ties, to Roll Back Regulations,

This story was co-published with The New York Times. President Trump entered office pledging to cut red tape, and within weeks, he ordered his administration to assemble teams to aggressively…

Having Sex At Least Once A Week Could Help You Live Longer

Sexual intimacy in women has been linked with longer telomeres — a trait associated with slower cellular aging, improved overall health, and even increased lifespan. The finding adds to a…