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George H.W. Bush’s service dog Sully is too good for this world

Former president George H.W. Bush died on Sunday, but his service dog Sully H.W. Bush is still on duty and heavily mourning his loss. A moving photograph posted to Sully’s Instagram account on Sunday shows him lying on the ground in front of his owner’s flag-covered casket, and oh my gosh he’s just the best...CONTINUE READING
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Trump heard saying ‘Get me outta here’ on a hot mic at G20

It was quite a weekend for President Trump at the G20 summit in Argentina, from a meeting with Putin to a tariff agreement with China. But perhaps the most notable moment for Trump came when he wandered offstage, grumbling, “Get me outta here.” Trump’s moment of, uh, distraction came in the middle of a photoshoot...CONTINUE READING
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After Bush Sr.’s death, Twitter grapples with the ex-president’s divisive legacy

The nation, and the internet, are remembering President George H.W. Bush following his death just after midnight on Dec. 1. Some obituaries and remembrances are highlighting what writers describe as his “civility” — a hot button word that pundits and critics have variably longed for in both the actions of political protesters, and our word-diarrhea...CONTINUE READING
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Putin and Saudi Crown Prince got real bro-y at G20 and it’s weirding people out

It’s G20 Summit season again, folks, which means it’s time for a whole lot of handshakes. On Friday, leaders from around the world gathered in Buenos Aires, Argentina, to discuss global issues, and two close pals — who also happen to be some of the world’s most controversial leaders — shared a very memorable handshake. ...CONTINUE READING
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Thousands of students walk out protesting government inaction on climate change

Never underestimate the power of a group of passionate, angry young people. Thousands of young Australian students ditched their classrooms on Friday protesting their government’s lack of action on climate change. SEE ALSO: The most damning conclusions from the UN’s special climate change report Inspired by Greta Thunberg, a 15-year-old Swedish student who led her...CONTINUE READING
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Melania Trump defends her blood red Christmas trees

Melania Trump doesn’t care what you think of her morbid Christmas decorations. She likes them. On Wednesday morning, after the internet dragged the first lady’s selection of White House Christmas decorations — mainly those 40 blood red trees that looked like they came straight out of The Shining — she came to their defense and...CONTINUE READING
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Ted Cruz has a unsettling new ‘beard’ and people can’t look away

No Shave November is almost over, but Ted Cruz’s “beard” looks like it’s just seconds old. On Monday, Business Insider’s Joe Perticone tweeted that Ted Cruz had “grown a beard” over the Thanksgiving break, but some people are having a hard time locating it. Ted Cruz grew a beard over Thanksgiving! pic.twitter.com/g8I58uPn9o — Joe Perticone...CONTINUE READING
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Trump is thankful for himself this Thanksgiving weekend

Trump doesn’t understand most things, and that appears to include how giving thanks on Thanksgiving works. SEE ALSO: We regret to inform you Trumpy Bear is a *real* thing you can spend money on While the rest of America spent the holiday expressing their gratitude for family, health, plentiful meals, loved ones, and a host...CONTINUE READING
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Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez ‏trolls Fox News in Spanish and it is glorious

Conservative media is obsessed with Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, and she’s getting increasingly more creative in shutting them down. In her, they have found a Democrat whose wardrobe they love to obsess over the likes of which they haven’t had since Barack Obama’s tan suit. Ocasio-Cortez, of course, is taking it all in stride.  After their latest...CONTINUE READING
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Google to request verification for political ads ahead of EU election

Now that we’re very aware of how foreign interference can affect elections, Google is rolling out transparency rules for the upcoming European Union parliamentary vote. Google announced it will be requiring political ad buyers to verify themselves, the company announced in a blog post on Thursday. SEE ALSO: How an app developer helped Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez...CONTINUE READING
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