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How NBC Finished Second on the Trump Video Story

Days after a blockbuster video emerged capturing Donald J. Trump, then a reality television host, making vulgar remarks about aggressively kissing and groping women, a question was still reverberating around media and political circles: Why was NBC not the first to report its own story? The footage of Mr. Trump ...

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Trump, Clinton meet with Israel's Netanyahu

Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump (Photo: AP) A day before their first debate, Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton engaged in a little global diplomacy courtesy of Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. While both presidential candidates pledged to guarantee Israel’s security during separate meetings with Netanyahu in New York City, each stressed different ...

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G.M. Job Shift From Mexico Tests a Trump Premise

In the realm of international trade, it is a truism seemingly as consistent as gravity: Jobs and investment flow from north to south, while manufactured goods travel the other way around. Factories in the United States and Canada shutter as work shifts to Mexico and Central America, where human hands ...

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They Want Trump to Make the G.O.P. a Workers’ Party

WASHINGTON — By riding his appeal among working-class whites to the top of the Republican Party, Donald J. Trump has emboldened conservative thinkers to press their party of business and the privileged to reshape its economic canon to more directly benefit poorer workers it has often taken for granted. The ...

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Muslim women ask Trump #Canyouhearusnow?

Ghazala Khan refuted Donald Trump’s claim that “she wasn’t allowed” to speak at the Democratic National Convention, saying she was too emotional to talk. Muslim women have responded with the #CanYouHearUsNow hashtag. Khizr Khan, father of fallen US Army Capt. Humayun S. M. Khan and his wife Ghazala speak during ...

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The Psychology Behind the Violence at Trump Rallies

In the late 19th century, French psychologist slash physicist slash anthropologist Gustave LeBon came up with the idea that being part of a crowd turned normal people into barbarians. LeBon believed civilized men (for the most part) lost their will, control, and ability to reason when they became part of ...

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