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Monday, October 16, 2017

Fwd: Trump Impeachment Breakthrough

The President gladly agreed to provide Larry Flynt with information leading to Trump's impeachment.
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Trump Accepts Larry Flynt's Ten-Million-Dollar Offer for Information Leading to His Impeachment

"That was a lot easier than I thought it would be, to be honest," Flynt told reporters.

By Andy Borowitz

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Putin Angrily Resigns from Trump's Reëlection Campaign

The abrupt departure sent shockwaves through Trump's reëlection organization, for which Putin had served as chairman.

By Andy Borowitz

Trump Says I.Q. "Even Higher" Now That He Knows Virgin Islands Are Part of U.S.

The President said that his one concern was that an I.Q. test does not exist that can accurately measure his ballooning intelligence.

By Andy Borowitz

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Remember that Madonna video where she fell down? That was pretty good content. Some people watched it more than once!

By Evan Waite, and River Clegg
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Video: Jerry Seinfeld on Coming Out as Funny

The comedian sits down with David Remnick to discuss his creative process, working with Larry David, and revealing his talents to his parents.

Garden Growing Pains

It was thrilling in the early days of summer to watch your vegetable patch start to come alive. But then something happened.

By Jenny Allen

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Stephen Bannon, the former White House strategist, worries that Pence would

The Danger of President Pence

Trump's critics yearn for his exit. But Mike Pence, the corporate right's inside man, poses his own risks.

By Jane Mayer

Trump's Irrational Hatred of the Iran Deal

Even fierce critics of Tehran called the agreement vital to international security. The President wants to decertify it.

By Evan Osnos

You've Probably Never Heard of America's Most Popular Playwright

Lauren Gunderson, at thirty-five, has had more than twenty works produced, and is currently the most produced playwright in the country.

By Daniel Pollack-Pelzner

"More Perfect," Where "Radiolab" Meets the Supreme Court

Sarah Larson on the podcast "More Perfect," a Radiolab spinoff that aims to demystify the U.S. Supreme Court and its history.

By Sarah Larson

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