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Labor Leaders Launch Tour to Turn Workers Against Trump

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As Trump’s approval rating in the Rust Belt dips, labor leaders work to help Democrats exploit an opening with working-class Trump voters.

Too Early for Democrats to Freak Out Over Fundraising ‘Crisis’

While the DNC is struggling to keep up with the RNC in fundraising, other sources of campaign financing are more balanced, and it’s very early yet.

Police Kill Suspect in Barcelona Van Attack

He was the last remaining at-large suspect in a terrorist cell.

What Germany Can Teach America About Addressing White Supremacism

Pulling down monuments is a start, but the real change happens in schools.

A Procrastinator’s Guide to Catching the Solar Eclipse

A last-minute guide to the astronomical event of the century.

The Trumps’ Travels Have Broken the Secret Service Budget

More than 1,000 agents have already hit their yearly allowances for salary and overtime.

Chris Christie Didn’t Lose Potential Sports Radio Job, He Quit

Following a report that WFAN isn’t interested in having him replace Mike Francesa, Christie said he took himself out of the running.

Terror Cell in Spain Was Planning a Much Larger-Scale Attack

Some of the 12 suspected terrorists were teenagers, and their radicalization has baffled their families and authorities alike.

The Trump Economy Is a Gilded Mediocrity

Five reasons why the American economy is far weaker than mainstream commentary suggests.

Trump Administration Disbands Climate-Change Advisory Panel

Yet more evidence that the White House is uninterested in acknowledging or planning for the threat of climate change.

Polls: Trump Embarrasses More Than 60% of Voters in 3 Crucial States

Trump’s response to Charlottesville doesn’t seem to have gone over so well in the three states that narrowly handed him last year’s election.

Trump Thinks About Nuclear Annihilation a Lot, But Doesn’t Know Much About It

Trump has worried about nuclear war for decades, and thinks his own negotiating skills are the only thing that can save us.

Tens of Thousands March Against Right-Wing ‘Free Speech’ Rally in Boston

The rally-goers, who quickly left, seem to have been outnumbered by as much as 800 to 1.

Charities Are Pulling Their Events from Trump’s Mar-a-Lago Resort

The perceived toxicity of the president has spread to the winter White House.

The Careful, Pragmatic Case Against Punching Nazis

“Punch Nazis” may be a satisfying catchphrase, but progressives should think through what it would mean to fully embrace it.

President Trump Is More Isolated Than Ever

The departure of Trump’s nationalist id, Steve Bannon, after a week in which he alienated other allies, will only increase attacks on the White House.

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