Trump taunts media to its face
Donald Trump, whose entire campaign can seem like an experiment in free media, was simply trying to keep a low profile when he held an impromptu, televised fundraiser for veterans groups back in January in lieu of attending a GOP primary debate. At ...
How Paul Ryan thinks about Donald Trump
Questions Over Trump's Donations To Veterans Boil Over
Donald Trump Lashes Out at Media While Detailing Gifts to Veterans
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Cincinnati Police Are Investigating After Boy Falls Into Gorilla Enclosure
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A vigil for the dead gorilla outside the Cincinnati Zoo on Monday. Credit John Minchillo/Associated Press. The Cincinnati police are investigating after a 4-year-old boy slipped into a zoo enclosure on Saturday, leading to a tense, chaotic scene in ...
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The Cincinnati Zoo Incident Makes Me Wonder What Happened to the Village
Animal Rights Group Calls For Federal Fines For Cincinnati Zoo
Bernie Sanders keeps repeating his biggest mistake of the campaign
For the bajillionth time in this campaign, Bernie Sanders was asked over the weekend about the ongoing FBI investigation into Hillary Clinton's decision to exclusively use a private email server during her time as secretary of state. And, for the ...
Trump and the Judge
Freaking Out About the Trump-Clinton Polls? Here's a Better Way to Read Them.
Donald Trump is the ultimate tail risk candidate — and voters aren't focusing enough on how risky he is
DOJ fights federal judge's order for lawyers to attend ethics training
The Justice Department moved Tuesday to fight a federal judge's order that its lawyers undergo mandatory ethics training, digging in after the DOJ was accused of misleading the courts over President Obama's immigration executive actions. In filings ...
Justice Department lawyers: We didn't lie, despite what a federal judge in Texas thinks
US appeals sweeping ethics ruling by Texas judge
Politics|Justice Dept. Pushes Back Against Texas Judge's Sanctions
Almost 46 million people trapped in slavery with North Korea, India key offenders - global index
LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Almost 46 million people are living as slaves globally with the greatest number in India but the highest prevalence in North Korea, according to the third Global Slavery Index launched on Tuesday with Australian ...
46 million people are living as slaves globally, with the majority in India and North Korea
What does modern slavery look like?
Modern Slavery Estimated to Trap 45 Million People Worldwide