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Often when I tell people I grew up in Washington, D.C., they ask me if I grew up in the city proper or in the suburbs.
The scene: Just before midnight, July 3, 1826, at Monticello. Thomas Jefferson is gravely ill after a series of strokes.
“And then I came in and switched places,” says Blake, “and she thought I was Chris for quite some time and—”
“Which. . .
Corbyn supporters have chosen the playful magic of phantasy over the reality principle, and it's starting to work.
The real conflict in the White House is the remarkable tussle between Trump and his attorney-general, Jeff Sessions.
We can oppose Trump’s trans ban and everything it sets out to do without valorizing the military’s bombs and bombast.