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What We Know for Sure, Regardless of What Is In the Mueller Report Tomorrow

The redacted Mueller Report is due to be released on Thursday. Here's what we know no matter what it shows. → Read More

Anyone Can Run for President—Literally, Anyone

Do this and you, too, can run for president in 2020. → Read More

Democrats Keep Rejecting Corporate PAC Money. But Is It Just for Show?

Nearly all of the 2020 Democratic presidential candidates have sworn off corporate PAC money. But what does this mean and does it matter? → Read More

Will Stacey Abrams Make a Bid for 2020? Here's Where She Stands

Speaking at both the 92nd Street Y and the Women in the World conference in New York on Thursday, Abrams hinted that she may run for Senate. → Read More

Will We Ever See Trump’s Tax Returns—And Does It Matter?

Trump broke with tradition by not releasing his tax returns. House Ways and Means Committee Chairman Richard Neal is now requesting them. → Read More

A Refresher on Herman Cain, Trump's Latest Pick for the Fed Board

Herman Cain, pizza executive and architect of the “9-9-9” tax plan, is back. → Read More

Domestic Terrorism Is On the Rise. But How Prepared Is the U.S. to Counter It?

Only attacks defined as international terrorism, not domestic terrorism, have associated criminal charges codified in the law. → Read More

The Violence Against Women Act Is Up for Reauthorization. Why Some Republicans Are Against It

Members of the House introduced a reauthorization of the Violence Against Women Act, but the NRA is against a very specific provision. → Read More

What Happens If the Affordable Care Act Is Struck Down?

The Trump administration said last week that ACA should be struck down, but Republicans don't have a replacement plan—yet. → Read More

Pete Buttigieg Has Raised $7M So Far. But Money Isn't Enough to Land a Spot in the Democratic Party's Presidential Debate Anymore

With so many Democratic candidates, the rules have changed. → Read More

A First Edition Harry Potter Book Just Sold for $90,000

Is your copy of "Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone" worth that much? → Read More

Texas AG Says Chick-fil-A's Constitutional Rights Violated by Being Banned from San Antonio Airport

Attorney General Ken Paxton announced that he would investigate the city's 'discriminatory' decision to ban Chick-fil-A from its airport. → Read More

New York Files Charges Against Members of Sackler Family

As part of the lawsuit against opioid maker Purdue Pharma. → Read More

Twitter Won't Take Down Trump's Offensive Tweets, But it Might Label Them

Twitter is considering labeling tweets that violate its rules but remain on the platform because they're in the public interest. → Read More

Trump's Interior Secretary Nominee Reportedly Blocked a Dispatch Concerning Endangered Species

And then promoted a process that pesticide producers had lobbied for. → Read More

50 Women Accuse Salesforce of 'Facilitating' Their Sex Trafficking on Backpage.com

The women filed a lawsuit in a San Francisco court accusing Salesforce of helping Backpage.com grow—including its trafficking business. → Read More

Census Bureau Enlists Help of Tech Giants to Fight Disinformation: Report

The agency's concerned about schemes to discourage participation in the 2020 survey. → Read More

Alaska Hunter Can "Rev Up His Hovercraft in Search of Moose," Supreme Court Rules

The Supreme Court on Tuesday ruled unanimously in favor of an Alaska man who sought to use a hovercraft while hunting moose on public land. → Read More

Michelle Obama's 'Becoming' Is on Track to Be One of the Best-Selling Memoirs Ever

Publisher Penguin Random House announced Tuesday that "Becoming" has sold close to 10 million copies to date. → Read More

First All-Woman Spacewalk Scrapped for Lack of Spacesuits in Female-Friendly Sizes

NASA announced that the two female astronauts would no longer perform the spacewalk together because there aren't two medium-sized suits. → Read More