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David Brock wants to build a 'Breitbart of the left'


Liberal political operative David Brock is gearing up for four years of Donald Trump, and he plans to remold his media networks into anti-Trump weaponry in preparation.

John McCain refuses to discuss the future most powerful person in the world


When asked by reporters Tuesday about the tax plan of his party's leader and the nation's president-elect, Sen.

Bob Dole is paid $200,000 a month to lobby for Taiwan. He admitted he 'may have' brokered Trump's call.


Former Sen. Bob Dole admitted Monday that he "may have had some influence" on the controversial phone call between President-elect Donald Trump and Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen.

Bob Dole is paid $20,000 a month to lobby for Taiwan. He admitted he 'may have' brokered Trump's call.


Former Sen. Bob Dole admitted Monday that he "may have had some influence" on the controversial phone call between President-elect Donald Trump and Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen.

Trump Tower condos are now touting the U.S. Secret Service as a 'new amenity'


Residents of Trump Tower have access to the usual list of luxury building amenities, including a full-time doorman, valet, and maid service.

Trump Tower condos are now touting the U.S. Secret Service as a 'new amenity'


Residents of Trump Tower have access to the usual list of luxury building amenities, including a full-time doorman, valet, and maid service.

Google to rely solely on renewable energy in 2017


Google announced Tuesday that it plans to rely entirely on renewable energy sources to power its 13 data centers and 150 global offices in 2017.

Google to rely solely on renewable energy in 2017


Google announced Tuesday that it plans to rely entirely on renewable energy sources to power its 13 data centers and 150 global offices in 2017.

Donald Trump apparently exaggerated the number of jobs saved in the Carrier deal


When Donald Trump promised to save 1,100 jobs in the Carrier deal last week, he was apparently inflating the number with jobs that were never threatened in the first place, WTHR reports.

Donald Trump apparently exaggerated the number of jobs saved in the Carrier deal


When Donald Trump promised to save 1,100 jobs in the Carrier deal last week, he was apparently inflating the number with jobs that were never threatened in the first place, WTHR reports.

Here’s how to make the U.S. smarter


American teenagers performed below average for the developed world in the results of the latest PISA education test, released Tuesday morning, with nearly three dozen countries outperforming the U.S.

Here's how to make the U.S. smarter


American teenagers performed below average for the developed world in the results of the latest PISA education test, released Tuesday morning, with nearly three dozen countries outperforming the U.S.

CNN's Van Jones argues Trump is 'much worse' than anybody is 'willing to accept' — but his voters aren't


During an appearance Monday night on The Daily Show, CNN commentator Van Jones reminded America once again that not every person who voted for President-elect Donald Trump was "voting for every crazy thing he said." To move forward in the days after the election, Jones argued, Democrats especially need to remember that many people found Trump's remarks "distasteful, but not disqualifying, because they had so much other economic pain and problems that were not being talked to." "Listen, Trump is much worse than anybody in this country is willing to accept," Jones said, "but a lot of his voters are much better and I don't want to give them away." In the midst of the presidential election, Jones was one of the first to point out that Trump's supporters — even the white supremacists — should not be written off.

CNN's Van Jones argues Trump is 'much worse' than anybody is 'willing to accept' — but his voters aren't


During an appearance Monday night on The Daily Show, CNN commentator Van Jones reminded America once again that not every person who voted for President-elect Donald Trump was "voting for every crazy thing he said." To move forward in the days after the election, Jones argued, Democrats especially need to remember that many people found Trump's remarks "distasteful, but not disqualifying, because they had so much other economic pain and problems that were not being talked to." "Listen, Trump is much worse than anybody in this country is willing to accept," Jones said, "but a lot of his voters are much better and I don't want to give them away." In the midst of the presidential election, Jones was one of the first to point out that Trump's supporters — even the white supremacists — should not be written off.

Donald Trump threatened on Twitter to cancel a $4 billion Boeing contract. Boeing's stock immediately dropped.


A single tweet from President-elect Donald Trump had immediate real-world implications Tuesday morning, when shortly before the markets opened, Trump criticized Boeing for how expensive its new 747 Air Force One plane is: Boeing is building a brand new 747 Air Force One for future presidents, but costs are out of control, more than $4 billion.

Peter Vaughan, who played Maester Aemon on Game of Thrones, dies at 93


British actor Peter Vaughan, known for his role as the blind Maester Aemon on Game of Thrones, died at the age of 93 on Tuesday, the BBC reports.

Peter Vaughan, who played Maester Aemon on Game of Thrones, dies at 93


British actor Peter Vaughan, known for his role as the blind Maester Aemon on Game of Thrones, died Tuesday at the age of 93, the BBC reports.

Republicans rally to give Texas congressman the right to grill ribs on his office balcony


No one gets between a Texan and his ribs, and House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-Wisc.) and Republican Whip Steve Scalise (La.) know it.

Republicans rally to give Texas congressman the right to grill ribs on his office balcony


No one gets between a Texan and his ribs, and House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) and Republican Whip Steve Scalise (La.) know it.

Beyoncé leads Grammy nominations with 9 nods for Lemonade


Beyoncé leads the 59th annual Grammy Awards nominations with nine nods for her critically acclaimed visual album, Lemonade, The New York Times reports.


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