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Ryan Grenoble

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Denver, CO, United States

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  • HuffPost Australia
  • Le HuffPost
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Recent articles by Ryan:

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Responds To 'Basic Civics' Jab From Sarah Palin

Palin's jabs "look like the FWD:RE:FWD:WATCH THIS grandpa emails from the ’08 election they lost," the representative-elect joked. → Read More

Trump’s Latest Presidential Pardons Go To Turkeys Peas And Carrots

The president took a jab at Democrats while carrying out the Thanksgiving tradition. → Read More

Brooklyn Rapper Tekashi 6ix9ine Arrested On Federal Racketeering Charges

Born Daniel Hernandez, he rose to prominence with a top-five single in 2017. → Read More

Facebook's Top Brass Say They Knew Nothing About Definers. Don't Believe Them.

Facebook is caught up in a disinformation campaign of its own making. → Read More

FDA Moves To Ban Menthol Cigarettes And Flavored Cigars, Restrict Vaping

An "astonishing" uptick in teens’ use of e-cigarettes helped drive the proposed rules, said FDA chief Scott Gottlieb. → Read More

US National Security Aide Fired 1 Day After Melania Trump Called For Her Dismissal

Mira Ricardel reportedly tangled with Melania Trump over seating on a plane and the proper use of National Security Council resources. → Read More

How To Prepare For A Wildfire

Create "defensible space" around your home. Get your valuables packed. And if you're told to evacuate, do it. → Read More

New York Taxpayers Are Buying A Helipad For The Richest Man In The World

Jeff Bezos won't be taking the subway to Amazon's planned new headquarters in Queens. → Read More

As Acting Attorney General, Matt Whitaker Now Oversees Investigation Into Own Murky Past

In 2014, Whitaker was paid to advise a shady company. One that's under investigation by a department he heads. → Read More

These Are The Victims Of The Thousand Oaks Shooting

A gunman opened fire at a California bar late Wednesday, killing at least 12 people. → Read More

Republican Rep. Greg Gianforte Avoids Upset To Win Re-election In Montana

The freshman congressman spent heavily to secure his re-election, lending his campaign $1 million in the closing weeks. → Read More

Florida Voters Ban Offshore Drilling, Indoor Vaping With 1 Amendment

Opponents criticized Amendment 9 for bundling two disparate subjects -- to no avail. → Read More

Michelle Obama Has An Update For 'When They Go Low, We Go High'

"Going high isn’t just about the fight you want to win, but it’s also about the person you want to be," the former first lady said. → Read More

Trump Makes Time For Voter Intimidation Ahead Of Election Day

Despite what the president claims, there's no evidence that "ILLEGAL VOTING" is a widespread problem. → Read More

Google Employees Stage Global Walkout Over Payouts To Alleged Sexual Harassers

Employees are outraged over multimillion dollar payouts to high profile executives accused of sexual misconduct. → Read More

WWE Stars John Cena, Daniel Bryan Not Going To Saudi Arabia Event

But the "Crown Jewel" pro-wrestling contest will continue despite pressure to cancel over Jamal Khashoggi’s death. → Read More

FedEx Ends NRA Discount Program, Citing Low Shipping Volume

The company said politics didn't influence the decision and does not link it to the Pittsburgh shooting. → Read More

Trump Scammed Inexperienced Investors Through Endorsement Deals, Lawsuit Claims

The Trump-backed investment "opportunities" were instead "a pattern of racketeering activity." → Read More

A Timeline Of The Week's Mail Bomb Madness

So far, 14 pipe bombs were sent to prominent Democrats like Bill and Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama and others. → Read More

Facebook Identifies Iran-Linked Disinformation Effort With More Than 1 Million Followers

The pages were overseen by Iranians posing as U.S. and U.K. citizens. → Read More