A Jewish Reporter Got to Ask Trump a Question. It Didn’t Go Well.

The New York Times Fri, 02/17/2017 - 14:15
When Donald J. Trump called on him at a news conference, saying he was looking for a "friendly reporter," Jake Turx was prepared. He still got a tongue-lashing from the president.
A Jewish Reporter Got to Ask Trump a Question. It Didn’t Go Well.

A Jewish Reporter Got to Ask Trump a Question. It Didn’t Go Well.

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The Guardian Sun, 02/26/2017 - 11:56

My grandmother is lying to concoct a fantasy love life

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"If disagreed with she storms off shouting that nobody respects her. Pictures of Kumar have appeared around her house, but never the two of them together. We used to be close until she started concocting a double life for herself. We are all worried for her safety and mental health."
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New York Post Sun, 02/26/2017 - 11:49

10 cities to visit just for the eye candy

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Here are the travel destinations with the hottest men.
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Autocar Sun, 02/26/2017 - 11:33

How to buy your first Ferrari | Autocar

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Think you could never afford a Ferrari? Think again:
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The Real Housewives of Sydney recap: You don't ever call a woman fat.

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Designer faces, a fishing net dress, and rumours that your husband slept with Pauline Hanson. What could possibly go wrong?
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The New York Times Sun, 02/26/2017 - 10:36

Will Trump Take 'Brutally Forthright’ Advice From McMaster?

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"This will really be a test of Donald J. Trump as commander in chief. Can he absorb and benefit from the advice of a strong adviser who probably doesn’t share many of his biases?"
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The New York Times Sun, 02/26/2017 - 09:25

U.S. Wary of Its New Neighbor in Djibouti: A Chinese Naval Base

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With no shared border, China and the U.S. mostly circle each other from afar. But the two strategic rivals are about to become neighbors in this sun-scorched patch of East African desert.
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The New York Times Sun, 02/26/2017 - 08:48

Trump Administration Cancels Back-Channel Talks With North Korea

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The reversal came after an announcement that a chemical weapon was used to kill the estranged half brother of Kim Jong-un, North Korea's leader.
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The New York Times Sun, 02/26/2017 - 07:37

‘Affordable Underground Furniture’: D.I.Y. Coffin Clubs Catch On in New Zealand

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Roger Terry and his wife, Grace, have little interest in quilting, fishing or book clubs. Instead, they meet with other retired friends to build their own coffins.
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The New York Times Sun, 02/26/2017 - 06:46

France’s President Criticizes Trump Over Paris Remarks

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The usually mild-mannered French president reproached President Donald J. Trump, reminding the American leader of a cardinal rule in diplomacy: If you want to keep your friends, don’t criticize them in public.
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The New York Times Sun, 02/26/2017 - 05:38

Key Republican in Health Law’s Fate Hails From a State That Embraced It

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Representative Greg Walden never wavered in his opposition to the Affordable Care Act. But there are constituents who are "deeply, deeply concerned" about a possible repeal.
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The New York Times Sun, 02/26/2017 - 04:33

Stephen K. Bannon’s CPAC Comments, Annotated and Explained

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Ideas like "economic nationalism" and "corporatist media" are central to Steve Bannon's ideology. But what do they really mean?
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The New York Times Sun, 02/26/2017 - 04:32

A Secret Service Agent’s Path From Recruitment to Bias Lawsuit

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"If you are discriminated against, be true to yourself and fight."
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Eduardo García’s Path: Migrant Worker, Convict, Deportee, Star Chef

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Eduardo García has been cooking for decades and is a star chef in Mexico City. He is also banned from the U.S. Now he tells his tale.
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