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A chilling hint of an international Axis.
People have come from around America to shout at each other.
Lots of spectators, security, and many protesters.
The great investigative reporter died yesterday, at 71.
The language was violent and angry. The tone was vengeful. It was a warning about what Americans need to protect.
The America First Energy Policy makes no mention of global warming.
To Americans craving unity and a higher tone, Trump delivered an address that demonized his predecessors and promised the impossible.
The president said that with his election, the “people became rulers of this nation again,” in a defiant, nationalist speech.
The presidency is the reward for the greatest swindle of Donald Trump’s career.
After a morning in which protesters blocked entrance to the Nation Mall, police clashed with demonstrators in the streets.
Trump is about to become the 45th president.
I left not because I feared what he would do, but because America had a new visual power to show to the world.
At their winter getaway, the global economic elite warms up to rightwing populism.
The MTA board must still vote on the proposal, but increases will likely go into effect in March.
No one knows if he’s a Republican or a Democrat.
But he’s still able to tweet.
He’s made impossible promises for his first day, but he’s expected to start by tackling health care, immigration, and terrorism.
Police responded by using pepper spray on the protesters.
The former U.K. Independence Party leader celebrates America’s “political revolution” in D.C.
At his confirmation hearing, Trump’s nominee — who professes giving the states regulatory leeway — was non-committal.