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How do you get into an elite college? Be sure your parents are very, very rich.

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The delay in grounding Boeing 737 Max 8 and Max 9 models undermines faith in an agency that in this case is not a leader in air safety, but a distant follower.

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The papers from a lawsuit against BuzzFeed include a forensic analysis by a former top official in the FBI’s cyber crime division.

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More than 20 Republicans expressed concern about Trump's emergency declaration, but just 12 voted against him.

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The North Carolina senator, who is up for reelection in 2020, wrote a Washington Post op-ed last month against executive overreach. Facing political pressure, he stood with Trump.

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As the former congressman from El Paso seeks the presidency, his GOP ties are likely to be an issue with other Democrats.

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The GOP Senate’s biggest rebuke to Trump

Republicans have voted against Trump, but usually on symbolic measures and rarely this many.

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The annual ritual of the American president hosting the leader of Ireland in celebration of the intertwined history of the two countries dates to 1959, and evokes a political era of patronage and old-school Irish American pols.

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Many of the dozen argued that they supported Trump’s border wall, but feared a dangerous precedent of allowing a president to circumvent the will of Congress.

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In this edition: Betomania, bad polls for every Democrat, and presidential candidates voting to take their own (theoretical) power away.

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The delay in grounding Boeing 737 Max 8 and Max 9 models undermines faith in an agency that in this case is not a leader in air safety, but a distant follower.

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Trump again nods toward violence by his supporters — and maybe something bigger

In an interview with Breitbart, Trump said he has the military, the police and bikers on his side. And he said, "it would be very bad, very bad," if they got tough.

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More than 20 Republicans expressed concern about Trump's emergency declaration, but just 12 voted against him.

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He made a statement about his supporters' loyalty on the 2016 campaign trail. It still holds true today.

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Republicans have voted against Trump, but usually on symbolic measures and rarely this many.

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Zervos, a former “Apprentice” contestant, was among about a dozen women who accused President Trump of sexual misconduct shortly before the 2016 presidential election.

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