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Sen. Elizabeth Warren is making trouble for the administration by opposing Anthony Weiss, their nominee to be Undersecretary of the Treasury for Domestic Finance.

National Review editor Rich “Starbursts” Lowry wants Congress to prevent President Obama from delivering the State of the Union address.

Ruth Bader Ginsburg had a stent installed after feeling discomfort while exercising today.

If your Facebook feed is filled with people saying racist crap about Michael Brown and Ferguson, you should do some personal housecleaning of your social networks.

Too bad this is satire.

Am I the only one who can successfully fill in a map of the United States?

When I see the name ‘King,’ something stupid, and a headline, I never know if it’s going to be Pete or Steve. This time it’s Pete.

At College Guide, Sarah Butrymowicz wants to know if Detroit can ever attract middle class people without improving its schools.

At Ten Miles Square, Keith Humphreys explains how to apply the lessons of poker to everyday life.

I still can’t believe that Tina Turner is 75 today.

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