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He's everywhere. But maybe that's ok.

Pop culture can't escape Donald Trump

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This year, the cognoscenti who came to sip pricey cocktails and snack on caviar over high-minded discussions about the world's biggest challenges did so against an uncomfortable backdrop:

How Davos lost its mojo

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Matthew Stewart thought he had good insurance. Then he started vomiting blood.

This is how American health care kills people

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What's an ex-president to do?

Life after the White House

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The decision was written by "a longtime career lawyer at Justice" who is not a Trump appointee:

The Justice Department says it's not illegal nepotism for Trump to hire his son-in-law

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Awful news out of Mississippi this morning:

4 dead in Mississippi tornado

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Worried about the future of our country? Run for office. Yes, you.

(From our friends at Slate.com)

I Ran for Office and Won. Here’s How.

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But "I'm not as nasty as a man who looks like he bathes in Cheeto dust," she said:

Ashley Judd recited a beat poem called 'I am a nasty woman' at the Women's March

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As recently as last week, the president accused U.S. intelligence agencies of behaving like Nazi Germany:

Trump to visit CIA after campaign acrimony

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Now can he actually deliver on his promise and give power to the people?

How President Trump finally destroyed Reagan's Republican Party

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"We march today for the moral core of this nation, against which our new president is waging a war."

'We march today for the moral core of this nation,' says America Ferrera at the Women's March

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He once claimed he would rule Gambia for "a billion years."

Not quite:

Defeated Gambian president admits election loss on threat of invasion

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The "expectation is that there will be absolutely no posts to Twitter," said an agency memo:

The National Parks Service is grounded from Twitter after criticizing President Trump

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"Even when there are different opinions, compromises and solutions can be best found when we exchange ideas with respect," Merkel said:

Merkel plans compromise while Le Pen calls for European nationalism

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Good morning, here's what you need to know today:

10 things you need to know today: January 21, 2017

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