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U.S.

KING: CONSERVATIVES HATED AN UPPITY NEGRO GOLFING PRESIDENT

SHAUN KING

No President in American history has ever golfed more per week than Donald Trump read more

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POLITICS

TRUMP GETS NUDGE FROM MELANIA TO RAISE HAND FOR NATIONAL ANTHEM

MEERA JAGANNATHAN

So much for “America First. read more

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POLITICS

RAINY WHITE HOUSE EASTER EGG ROLL HAS LIGHT TURNOUT FOR TRUMP

CAMERON JOSEPH

Drizzle put a damper on Trump’s first annual Easter Egg Roll, which wasn’t heavily attended even as Trump insisted turnout would be large read more

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POLITICS

N.Y. CONTROLLER BLOCKS $21.3M IN FALSE TAX REFUND PAYMENTS

GLENN BLAIN

State investigators have already blocked $21.3 million in fraudulent income tax refunds from being paid so far this year read more

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POLITICS

HILLARY CLINTON APOLOGIZED TO OBAMA AFTER TRUMP’S VICTORY

CHRIS SOMMERFELDT

“Mr. President, I’m sorry,” Clinton told the sitting commander in chief read more

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NEWS

AN INSIDE LOOK AT EVERYDAY LIFE IN NORTH KOREA

The Democratic People’s Republic of Korea seperated from its Southern counterpart in 1946; since then, it’s largely been shrouded in mystery. While the country over time has become well-known for its war tactics and the heavyhanded treatment of its people, less is known about day-to-day life. A new inside look at life inside the republic, however, is pretty eye-opening read more

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U.S.

KILLER STEVE STEPHENS POSTED LIFE UPDATES ON YOUTUBE ACCOUNT

JASON SILVERSTEIN

The account showed the innocuous side of the man who would become the subject of an interstate manhunt read more

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NEW YORK

TAOIST MAN, HASIDIC COUPLE, MUSLIM MOTHER IN VIRAL SUBWAY PHOTO

CHRIS SOMMERFELDT

A Taoist man found “America” on the F train read more

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U.S.

MANHUNT FOR STEVE STEPHENS CONTINUES, WHEREABOUTS UNKNOWN

JASON SILVERSTEIN

“Quite frankly, at this point he could be in a lot of places,” FBI special agent in charge Stephen Anthony said read more

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