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  • The South Carolina primary was a joke. It tells us something deadly serious.
    Trump speaks at a campaign rally. | Nic Antaya/Bloomberg via Getty Images Trump’s inevitable romp to victory in Nikki Haley’s home state reveals how strong his hold on the GOP is — and how dangerous he remains to democracy. Tonight, in the South Carolina Republican presidential primary, Donald Trump defeated rival Nikki Haley in her…
  • NBC News projects Trump wins South Carolina GOP primary
    NBC News projects that former President Trump will win the South Carolina Republican presidential primary.
  • Burning down the House: February has been an unmitigated disaster for Republicans
    Ah… Watch out! You might get what you’re after. Cool babies. Strange. But I’m not a stranger. I’m an ordinary guy. Burning down the house. —Talking Heads. “Burning Down the House.” 1983 David Byrne’s hypnotic, octave plunge between the lyrics “watch” and “out” is a sonic caveat. THE SPEAKER’S LOBBY: WANTS AND NEEDS, AND THE…
  • The latest on the South Carolina GOP primary and 2024 campaign – CNN
    The latest on the South Carolina GOP primary and 2024 campaign  CNN Trump to win South Carolina GOP primary against Haley, moves closer to 2024 presidential nomination  Fox News Trump will win South Carolina primary, CNN projects, as he closes in on the Republican nomination  CNN South Carolina primary exit polls for the 2024 GOP election: What voters…
  • The chaotic, irreplaceable Wendy Williams
    Wendy Williams speaks onstage during her celebration of 10 years of The Wendy Williams Show at the Buckhead Theatre, in Atlanta, Georgia, in 2018. | Paras Griffin/Getty Images Wendy Williams’s rise, reputation, and absence from her talk show, explained. Centuries ago, those accused of gossip, primarily women, were locked into metal headpieces that restrained the…
  • Vice Media plans to cut hundreds of jobs, stop publishing on flagship website
    Vice Media Group plans to lay off hundreds of employees and stop publishing on its flagship news website, the company’s chief executive said in a memo to employees Thursday — a stunning setback for a digital media pioneer that ascended to cultural prominence more than a decade ago.
  • Washington legislators push bill making it a felony to threaten election workers
    The Washington state Senate voted overwhelmingly Thursday to make harassing election workers a felony, three months after four county election offices received envelopes containing suspicious powder — including three testing positive for fentanyl — and had to be evacuated. “This cannot be something we take as normal,” Democratic Sen. Manka Dhingra said during the vote.…