Long before Trump, presidential campaigns resorted to nasty rhetoric

If the NSA can be hacked, is anything safe?

Can the EPA clean up one of America’s most toxic rivers?

The 2016 first lady cookie contest is just as weird as the rest of the election

Florida’s barbers, cosmetologists face stricter oversight than gun dealers

Evictions by Armed Men Rattle a Mexican Tourist Paradise

The making of Schlitterbahn’s Verruckt water slide: Too much, too fast?

Are animal hoarders criminals?

The President’s Revealing Disclosure, in Rhythm and Prose

Website makes it a white privilege to help minorities

Justice squad rights wrongs of past

Trump’s Diet: He’ll Have Fries With That

Venezuela’s health crisis gives rise to drug donations

A shrine to fallen motorcyclists

As Americans live longer, attitudes toward death change

Restaurant spurns those who are OK with AR-15s

Obama to Leave the White House Nerdier Than He Found It

An After School Satan Club could be coming to your kid’s elementary school

Millennials bring new life to some rust belt cities

Grandson of China’s Most-Hated Landlord Challenges Communist Lore

The Dallas police chief told protesters to apply for police jobs. Now, job applications are up 344 percent.

’How’s Amanda?’A story of truth, lies and an American addiction

Donald Trump’s online army is looking for a few good Bernie Sanders converts

Black and a cop: Detective says ‘We’ve all got work to do’

Pokemon Go was April Fool’s joke before it became a huge hit

Iraqi interpreter, called a traitor at home, finds peace in Texas

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