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Troubling story in Foreign Policy: “Turkish Proxies Appear to Be Using White Phosphorus in Syria. Munitions carrying white phosphorus have allegedly caused horrific burns.”
Rudy Giuliani used to have a national approval rating of 84 percent after 9/11. But his approval rating is 26 percent in a new NBC/WSJ poll.
The president of the United States just explicitly said he is making a public policy decision so that his friends can make more money.
I don't want to be an alarmist, but these are the facts: Antarctic ice loss in 1979: 40 billion tons per year. Antarctic ice loss in 2017: 252 billion tons per year.
An overlooked nugget from the NYT tax story: Trump made no itemized deductions for charitable giving in the 10 years of tax transcripts obtained by the paper.
Buried low in the new allegations against Brett Kavanaugh from his time at Yale is an on the record quote from Mark Judge’s college girlfriend of three years accusing him of lying about what the culture at Georgetown Prep was like.