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Gerald Ford said this headline cost him the election. Daily News used it again for Trump.
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In the weekly fight between one Missouri hospital and its patients, neither side appears to be winning.
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A sex offender evaded the law for 3 years. They found him in a homemade, solar-powered bunker.
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In amassing one of the world’s largest porn collections, Ralph Whittington, who died at 74, applied the rigor of a professional archivist
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In Modi’s move on Kashmir, a road map for his "new India"
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No more green tea, vaping or drinks ending in ‘-ccino,’ Mormon Church tells members
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As signs point to a possible economic downturn in the U.S., economists wonder whether consumers will continue to open up their wallets as freely
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Former vice president Dick Cheney to appear at fundraiser for Trump and RNC
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Communists turn out for protest in Moscow
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Perspective: Children, tackle football and the possible dangers of brain diseases
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Perspective: This allergist thinks some dirt and grime can be good for your kids
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Revisit parts one through five of our "All The Best People" series, starting with Donald Trump Jr.
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With unswerving loyalty, Stephen Miller has singular control of an issue central to the presidency — immigration.
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Two and a half years into Trump’s term, Miller’s power in the White House is at its peak, according to top administration officials. As one of Trump’s longest-tenured and most trusted aides, his influence is rivaled only by Jared Kushner, Trump’s son-in-law, they say.
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“He can bully anybody he wants”: How Stephen Miller wields Trump’s favor to further policy goals
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Opinion: What early polls can — and can’t — tell you about who will be the Democratic nominee
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Analysis: Siding with Trump could hurt Israel’s long-term relations with the U.S.
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Consumer watchdog signals hands-off approach on federal student loans
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Afghans voice fears that the U.S. is undercutting them in deal with the Taliban
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This baby sea mammal captured people’s hearts. She just died from eating plastic.
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