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Blue and Red America Differences Could Hurt Democrats

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Give Politico’s chief Washington correspondent, Ryan Lizza, some credit. After Michelle Obama’s speech capping the first night of the Democrats’ virtual convention, he tweeted: “Story of an era in two convention speeches: Barack 04: ‘There’s not a black America and white America . ... there’s the United States of America.’ Michelle 20: ‘my message won’t be heard by some people’ because ‘we live in a nation that is deeply divided.’”
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Dear Annie

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Dear Annie: I met this guy, “Bill,” through work. We hit it off. He’d told me he was single. Later, I found out through a mutual colleague that Bill had a girlfriend, “Julie,” a divorced lady with two kids, but he wouldn’t be able to marry her because his family wouldn’t approve their marriage. So, I confronted him. He stated that she was not his girlfriend and that our colleague made the whole story up. Bill and I started dating, and, after a while, I found out that he was still seeing this lady and hanging out with her. I confronted him again, and he stated that it’s not going anywhere with her, and she knows that, too. I do not believe that. I think, deep inside, she thinks she is dating a loyal guy and is waiting for him to propose any minute.
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Dear Annie

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Dear Annie: I’ve been with “Robby” for three years. I just moved in with him a few weeks ago, and I’ve been discovering some unpleasant surprises while using his computer. First, I found some racy photos saved on his hard drive. Then, I saw in his browser history that he’d been on dating sites and saw that he’d been emailing with people from dating websites, too. I asked him about it. He denies having done any of that and says he doesn’t know how that stuff got on his computer and email. But the proof is right there. I don’t know what to do. I don’t trust him, but I love him so much. Please help me. -- So Confused and Hurt
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Da, He Did: GOP-Led Senate Panel Confirms Trump Colluded With Russia for Election Interference

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“Dear President Putin,” wrote Donald Trump to Russian President Vladimir Putin on Dec. 19, 2007, to congratulate the former KGB officer on being named Time magazine’s man of the year. “You definitely deserve it. As you probably have heard, I am a big fan of yours.” And as the Republican-led United States Senate Select Committee on Intelligence confirmed last week after a bipartisan investigation, the feeling is assuredly mutual. Putin wanted Trump elected president, not Hillary Clinton, because Putin believed Trump would serve his interests and Clinton wouldn’t. Putin, therefore, interfered with America’s election to help Trump win and ensure Clinton did not. Not only did Trump welcome that help but he solicited it, and he and his closest aides actively colluded with the Russians and their intermediaries to secure it and capitalize on it. And then, as the Senate committee found, Trump made false statements under oath about that collusion to special counsel Robert Mueller in order to hide it.
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Dear Annie

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Dear Annie: I am 68 years old and have been married to my husband for 44 years, and we have two children and three grandchildren. Our son has the three grandchildren, and he is close to the final decree of divorce from his wife of 13 years.