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The Number of People on Food Stamps is Falling. Here’s Why

Almost 2 million fewer people are receiving Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) benefits than were in 2016.

How Japan Lost World War II: An American Spy’s Story of Seduction and Intrigue

The Japanese knew her as Madame Tsubaki, a seductive lounge singer at the hottest nightclub in Manila. To the U.S. and its WWII allies, however, she was an American spy known as High Pockets.

Sean Spicer Hits Back at Melissa McCarthy Saturday Night Live Parody

Spicer was frequently mocked in Saturday Night Live skits by comedian Melissa McCarthy.

ISIS and Syrian Regime War Crimes Could Go Unpunished Under Trump State Department Plan

Casualties mount as Secretary of State Rex Tillerson works to cut $10 billion from the State Department budget on White House orders.

Sean Spicer Stole A Mini Fridge From Junior White House Staffers

"Mr. Spicer wants your icebox," an aide reportedly told junior staffers. They refused. So Spicer waited. After sundown, he pounced.

Middle East Conflict: Israelis and Palestinians Killed in Jerusalem Unrest, Fears of New War Emerge

Clashes at a Jerusalem site regarded as holy by Jews and Muslims have previously erupted into full-scale conflict.

Donald Trump Returns to Familiar Rhetoric By Slamming Hillary Clinton in Attempt to Distract From Russia Probe

The president has wheeled out tweets about Clinton as news of his son's meeting with a Russian lawyer continues.

Trump Family Travel: Tiffany's Germany Vacation Racks Up $22,000 in Secret Service Costs

Her family is full of big spenders: Eric Trump cost taxpayers nearly $98,000 in January when he went on a business trip to Uruguay.

Trump Tweets New York Times 'Foiled Attempt' to Kill ISIS Leader—Is He Right?

Some will regard Trump’s outlandish accusations as further attempts by the president to smear the publication.

Serving Time: Average Prison Sentence in the U.S. Is Getting Even Longer

One in five people in prison for at least 10 years was a black man incarcerated before the age of 25, researchers found.

'Insecure' Season 2: HBO Show Creator Issa Rae Says It Will Be 'Bold, Relatable and Hella Black'

Whether Issa's moping over Lawrence all season long or not, people of every age, race and status will be able to relate to the chain of events sparked by their breakup.

Donald Trump Says He Can Pardon Whomever He Wants (While Claiming He Did Nothing Wrong)

Trump said he could pardon anyone he wants, but quickly pivoted to an attack on (what else?) FAKE NEWS.

Can a Child Refuse to Comply With Cancer Treatment?

Pediatric oncologists must sometimes call in authorities, or ask themselves whether the care they’re providing is doing more harm than good.

How Trump Leveraged The Apprentice Into a White House Win

He still uses the publicity grabbing tricks and gimmicks he learned from his reality show.

Trump’s White House Has Evangelicals ‘On Speed Dial,’ Says Activist Who Prayed Over President

Evangelicals gave Trump their support at the election. He is rewarding them with policies, interviews, and access.

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