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Goop tried to use space science to sell bogus stickers. NASA wasn’t having it. Gwyneth Paltrow’s latest lifestyle snake oil is so bad, NASA was forced to debunk it.
The floor is a tired Twitter joke structure, and other online lessons. The internet mostly didn’t devolve into a political firestorm this week, which makes it a fairly good week as far as 2017 has gone.
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Breaking down the health care bill and everything else that mattered. The week’s political news was dominated by the release of Senate Republicans’ long-secret plan to drastically scale back federal health care spending and repeal the Affordable Care Act’s tax increases.
It’s a milestone for trans activists. Pakistan is one of the most conservative countries in the world, one that still considers homosexuality a crime, condones child marriage, and has attempted to legalize spousal abuse.
Eid al-Fitr, the holiday marking the end of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan, begins Saturday evening, and most of the world's 1.6 billion Muslims will be observing it.
Burger King and Domino’s scrambled to follow suit Fast-food chains rarely wade into politics. And then there’s Saudi Arabia, where McDonald’s and Domino’s just pledged their allegiance to the country’s new crown prince, Mohammed bin Salman.
President Donald Trump keeps revealing he either doesn’t know or doesn’t care about the effects of the health care bill making its way through Congress.
And it shows exactly why we need to stop arguing about climate science. At a hearing on Thursday to discuss President Trump’s Department of Energy budget request, Energy Secretary Rick Perry took questions from the senators on the Energy and Natural Resources Committee, and Sen.
Over the past few days, Johnny Depp has found himself in the news for two different reasons — one that’s being treated as a potentially career-ending mistake, and another that’s been greeted with a nearly universal shrug.
A small step toward more affordable spaceflight. One of the biggest problems with space travel is that it’s freaking expensive.
With the release of the Better Care Reconciliation Act, the Senate has finally shown its cards. Much will and should be made of how the bill, if adopted, would deprive millions of people of health insurance in order to finance huge tax cuts for the wealthy.
ICE officials arrested dozens of Iraqi Christian nationals over the weekend of June 10th in Michigan.
He’s cutting Medicaid. A lot. Way back on June 8, 2014, Donald Trump — who by then had long since established himself in conservative circles as a prominent voice in birther conspiracy theories and anti-immigrant demagoguery — staked out a strikingly heterodox position: He wanted to save entitlement programs.
Goop tried to use NASA science to sell bogus stickers. NASA wasn’t having it. Gwyneth Paltrow’s latest lifestyle snake oil is so bad, NASA was forced to debunk it.
There’s a real chance Trump voters won’t understand anything about this until it’s too late. How do you defend an effort like the Senate’s new health care bill, which neither repeals nor replaces Obamacare, but merely loots it to deliver tax breaks to the rich?
“[Mueller] is very, very good friends with Comey, which is very bothersome.” President Trump suggested in an interview with Fox & Friends, released Friday morning, that special counsel Robert Mueller is possibly too close to former FBI Director James Comey to execute a fair investigation.
Rev. William Barber has to stretch deep into the history books to find a historical analogue for the damage Senate Republicans’ health care bill would do to the poor.
“It’s positive for health insurers.” The major health insurance companies made a tactical decision to work with Republicans on their plan to repeal and replace Obamacare rather than lobby to stop it.