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All of a sudden, it was OK for America to get back into hate crimes again. Behaviour that had been previously seen as scary stories from a discarded history text book are suddenly back in the news. Here we are, a long history of "haven't we become so much better" wiped clean with story after story of bigotry, Islamophobia, and Neo-Nazi ideals rising from the ashes.
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There is nothing good, hopeful or exciting about president-elect Donald J. Trump. His antics, behaviour and recent appointees are all unbecoming of a president. What good is there in him to elevate hi...
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It would've be great for young women to see a female president, she said.
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She's an honorary delegate for Arizona.
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He was supposed to be announcing his plan for his first 100 days in office.
In a story published online late Saturday, the Times said it anonymously received the first pages of Trump's 1995 state income tax filings.
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Meanwhile, Clinton was in a celebratory mood.
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The Democratic presidential nominee left a 9/11 anniversary early on Sunday.
"She'll be the first, but she won't be the last."
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It's not the first shift in the balance of power for their drama-filled political partnership.
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"You're looking for the way to be able to say 'Aha! You see? That's why I'm not going to vote for her.'"
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His comments came in an interview with Fox News Channel.
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Every country except Canada chose former secretary of state Hillary Clinton.
“Merely asking the question” caused “enormous shifts” in men’s choice for president.