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Andy Borowitz | Trump Supporters Furious That They Still Have Health Care
Andy Borowitz, The New Yorker
Borowitz writes: "With a fury that could spell political trouble for Republicans in the midterm elections, Trump voters across the country on Friday expressed their outrage and anger that they still have health coverage."
Why 'The Mooch' Whacked Reince Priebus
Olivia Nuzzi, New York Magazine
Nuzzi writes: "Predictions regarding matters of palace intrigue at the White House have been notoriously inaccurate in these early stages of the Trump administration. The president is an unpredictable and emotional decision-maker, and, until last Friday, rumors of an imminent staff shakeup had been merely that."
John F. Kelly Likes to Pick Fights. Chiefs of Staff Are Supposed to Stop Them.
Phillip Carter, Slate
Carter writes: "If President Donald Trump called the 'central casting' office that he often invokes to send over the archetypical military man to knock sense into his team as chief of staff, it would likely dispatch John F. Kelly to the White House."
Sanders: I'm 'Absolutely' Introducing Single-Payer Healthcare Bill
Jacqueline Thomsen, The Hill
Thomsen writes: "Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) said Sunday that he will 'absolutely' introduce legislation on single-payer healthcare now that the Senate GOP's bill to repeal ObamaCare has failed."
Forget Breitbart: The White House Has a New Favorite Rightwing Media Outlet
Lois Beckett, Guardian UK
Beckett writes: "Liberal critics of the administration are now turning the spotlight on what they see as a troubling new pro-Trump outlet. It's not Fox News, with its angry anchors and aging audience. It's Circa, a colorful digital media site aimed at viewers in their teens and 20s."
Trump's Travel Ban Keeps Orphan Kids From US Foster Families
Ellen Knickmeyer, Associated Press
Knickmeyer writes: "The foster son they're waiting for is part of a small, three-decade-old U.S. program for so-called unaccompanied refugee minors that has been halted by a series of new refugee bans and travel limits imposed by the Trump administration in the name of fighting terrorism."
Farm-to-Table May Feel Virtuous, but It's Food Labor That's Ripe for Change
Andrea Reusing, NPR
Reusing writes: "As farm-to-table has slipped further away from the food movement and into the realms of foodie-ism and corporate marketing, it is increasingly unhitched from the issues it is so often assumed to address."
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