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The ‘Apple Card‘ Is Apple‘s New Credit Card. Is It Right for You?

It looks promising, but other cards offer better rates and perks

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What Will Venezuela‘s Juan Guaid Do Next?

It once seemed so encouraging for Venezuelas political opposition: Millions in the streets. Strong international support. An unpopular autocrat seemingly on the ropes. But what a difference a month can make. In early March, Juan Guaid the man recognized by dozens of countries as Venezuela‘s interim president returned home to cheering crowds. He had

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President Trump Opposes Additional Disaster Aid for Puerto Rico

Trump‘s ardent opposition sets up a showdown with House Democrats

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Why ‘You Were At My Wedding Denise‘ Became the Internet‘s Catchphrase

Will ‘you were at my wedding Denise‘ be the new ‘Bye Felicia‘?

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None of Our 10 Million Computer Generated March Madness Brackets Are Still Perfect

But a few of them are doing pretty well

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Internet Challenge Accepted. Halle Berry Lip-Syncing for Her Life to Destiny‘s Child

For Women‘s History Month

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New York County Bans Unvaccinated Kids From Public Places in Last-Ditch Attempt to Stop Measles Outbreak

The county is in a state of emergency

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Why Spending 1 Billion on a Border Wall Is Risky for the Military

The Pentagon may face long-term negative effects by defying Congress to fund construction for a wall along the Mexican border, but Acting Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan is going ahead with it anyway. The Defense Department notified Congress its intention to transfer 1 billion in funding to go toward building 57 miles of fencing, roads and

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Why NASA‘s Planned All-Female Spacewalk Really Fell Apart

The space agency is struggling to make enough spacesuits

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These Ordinary Americans Discussed the Mueller Investigation. Here‘s Their Surprising Consensus

As Washington waited with bated breath for the results of Special Counsel Robert Mueller‘s investigation, a group of Iowa voters tried to figure out what they thought of it all. Some were Republicans, some were Democrats and some were in between. But as they discussed the probe into Russian meddling in the 2016 election, they

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Purdue Pharma to Pay 270 Million Settlement for Its Role in the Opioid Crisis

Attorney General Mike Hunter confirmed the Purdue Pharma settlement Tuesday

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Kamala Harris Wants to Boost Average Teacher‘s Pay by 13,500

California Sen. Kamala Harris, a Democratic presidential candidate, unveiled a 315 billion plan Tuesday to give public school teachers across the country an average 13,500 raise a plan her campaign is calling the largest federal investment in teacher pay in the country‘s history. The people who are going to educate our children are our

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Elizabeth Warren Is Officially Running to Get This Train

Relatable

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Vatican Women‘s Magazine Board Quits, Says Vatican Is Putting Them ‘Under Direct Control of Men‘

Lucetta Scaraffia had become perhaps the most prominent woman at the Holy See

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So Here‘s What NASA Has to Say About the Reaction to Cancelling the All-Female Spacewalk

People are voicing disappointment on social media

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This Man‘s Nightmarish Night in a Log Cabin Is Some Spooky Stuff

Read at your own risk

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House Fails to Override President Trump‘s Veto of Bill to Block His National Emergency Declaration

The House fell 38 votes short of a two-thirds majority

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These Ordinary Americans Discussed the Mueller Investigation. Here‘s What They Thought

As Washington waited with bated breath for the results of Special Counsel Robert Mueller‘s investigation, a group of Iowa voters tried to figure out what they thought of it all. Some were Republicans, some were Democrats and some were in between. But as they discussed the probe into Russian meddling in the 2016 election, they

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El Chapo‘s Lawyers Ask Judge for New Trial After Report of Juror Misconduct

Guzman faces life in prison at his June sentencing

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‘Take a Deep Breath.‘ How Democrats Are Planning for Life After Mueller

With Republicans declaring victory in the end of Special Counsel Robert Mueller‘s investigation, Democrats in Congress are taking more of a long-term view with an eye toward the 2020 election. Mueller‘s conclusion that there was not sufficient evidence of the Trump campaign coordinating with Russia seems to have staved off talk of impeachment among Democratic

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Hilarious Livestream Helps Man Shining a Light on the Real Cyclone Emergency - His Beer Supply

When the beer ran out, he was forced to turn to whiskey ginger cocktails

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Prosecutors Drop All Charges Against Jussie Smollett in Connection With Hate Crime Claim

Smollett‘s attorneys said in a statement that his record "has been wiped clean"

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The Senate Will Reject the Green New Deal. But It‘s Already Changing the Debate on Climate Change

The Green New Deal will go down to defeat in a Senate vote Tuesday afternoon. But the push for the Congressional resolution has already changed the conversation on climate change in Washington and forced a discussion on the issue. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell scheduled the vote in a classic bit of Washington jiujitsu, forcing

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Review: A Baby Elephant Suffers-and So Do We-in Tim Burton‘s Dumbo Remake

There‘s a peculiarly 19th-century sensibility at work in Dumbo, both the 1941 Walt Disney animated version and Tim Burton‘s new live-action retelling. It‘s as if, once the workhouses were abolished, we needed to find new ways to build character in children: Why not just rake over their nascent emotions by introducing them to an adorable

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