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David Fahrenthold tells the behind-the-scenes story of his year covering Trump
A reporter reveals how he investigated Trump’s claims on his donations to charity.
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Americans — especially but not exclusively Trump voters — believe crazy, wrong things
The misinformation and disinformation of Americans, charted.
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They made him eat cat litter before killing him — and posted it all on Snapchat, police say
The victim was dragged into the kitchen and beaten unconscious. Then he was beaten some more, according to authorities.
By Cleve R. Wootson Jr.  •  Read more »The good that could come from a Trump presidencyWith a side of Obama Nostalgia.
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A woman ordered canaries to brighten her home. The USPS delivered a box of ‘bird carnage.’ Most cute animals aren’t mailable, under federal rules. Songbirds are, and don’t always fare well in the mail.
By Avi Selk  •  Read more »
A plan to make America 1953 again If past is prologue, America will try to cower its way to greatness.
By George F. Will  •  Opinions  •  Read more » How the U.S. came to abstain on a U.N. resolution condemning Israeli settlementsThe Obama administration had become increasingly frustrated, and the president had nothing to lose.
By Karen DeYoung  •  Read more »With new monuments in Nevada, Utah, Obama adds to his environmental legacy
Obama has invoked 1906 Antiquities Act more than any president since FDR. Republicans want to change it.
By Juliet Eilperin  •  Read more »
Neighbors who don’t know boundaries from spite fences
Girl (and that mother of hers) flip out when she’s not invited to every event.
By Carolyn Hax  •  Read more »
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The president-elect also played down concerns about extracting himself from his wide-ranging business interests.
 By John Wagner  •  Read more »Fox News wonders whether we should cancel food stamps because 0.09% of spending is fraudulentTrump’s plan to move the U.S. Embassy to Jerusalem could help the peace process
Trump accuses Obama of putting up ‘roadblocks’ to a smooth transition

President Obama may not have destroyed the Democratic Party. But he hurt it real bad.

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