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The Facts Behind Trump's Tweet on Amazon, Taxes and the Postal Service

Veterans Affairs Shake-Up Stirs New Fears of Privatized Care

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Corey Lewandowski suggests New York Magazine reporter stole from him during alleged home invasion of his DC ...

Fake Kirsten Gillibrand flap reveals double standard in our politics

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Cynthia Nixon's Campaign: No Experience Required?

Stormy Daniels Case Prematurely Fizzles Over Trump

Meg Wolitzer's New Novel Takes on the Politics of Women's Mentorship

Trump Attacks Amazon, Saying It Does Not Pay Enough Taxes

New York gubernatorial candidate Cynthia Nixon embraces 'unqualified lesbian' label

'Kiss Up, Kick Down': Those Recalling Bolton's UN Confirmation Process Say He Hasn't Changed

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Trump's Lawyer Raised Prospect of Pardons for Flynn and Manafort as Special Counsel Closed In

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POLITICS- The inclusion of legal citizen question into the US Census is being seen by experts and lawmakers as undermining a complete and accurate population count, especially in states such as New York with large immigrant and undocumented populations.

NY legislative leaders issued a call for Congress to stop the Census decision and for all legal challenges to the decision to be employed immediately.

“With this repressive, racist and anti-immigrant President in the White House, in no way do I support including this question in the 2020 Census," said Assemblyman Luis Sepulveda. "Too many people, including myself, see this question as a veiled attempt to intimidate immigrant communities, especially in heavily Democratic urban areas, from responding to ANY Census forms. The resulting under count will mean both the loss of financial aid and electoral strength in those blue states. Let the sampling results, which have shown to be sufficiently accurate, deal with the immigrant coun…

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Trump Talks of Bringing Back Rob Porter, Aide Accused of Spousal Abuse

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