The Brief February 10, 2017
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How the Democrats Plan to Take on President Trump
One sure thing to watch is how President Donald Trump and Chuck Schumer go at it, now that the New York Senator is the closest thing the Democrats have to an official opposition leader
Appeals Court Rules Against President Trump's Travel Ban
A federal appeals court declined to lift a nationwide suspension of the immigration order that has dominated the turbulent start of his presidency
5 Ways Brits Are Planning to Resist President Trump's State Visit
The President can expect to receive record protests and slow handclaps from lawmakers when he visits the U.K. in June
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Trump Tells Xi the U.S. Will Honor 'One China' Policy, But Tensions Remain
Donald Trump's conciliatory tone in his phone call with Chinese leader Xi Jinping suggests he may be dialing down his posture toward China for now. But there are plenty of hurdles to smooth Sino-U.S. ties, from trade to climate change to the South China Sea
Most of America's Undocumented Immigrants Live in These Cities
The majority of unauthorized immigrants in the U.S. are concentrated in just 20 major metropolitan areas, according to a new analysis. The figures are almost double the share of the total U.S. population — 36% — that lives in those 20 metro areas
Shakira: America Must Protect All Our People
'Let's keep tipping the scales in favor of liberty and justice for all'
'Fifty Shades Darker' Review: Sequel Seeks a Sadist's Cuddlebunny Center
The absurdly silly follow to 'Fifty Shades of Grey' wants its sex served hot and homey, TIME film critic Stephanie Zacharek writes
These States Are Pushing Tax-Free Shopping Holidays for Guns
New addition to back-to-school shopping period.
The Tricky Politics of Neil Gorsuch and President Trump's Insults to Judges
Neil Gorsuch's road to the Supreme Court was always going to be tricky. But when Gorsuch spoke out against President Donald Trump's judicial criticism during private meetings — and Trump fired back on Twitter — it showed the stakes of the game on both sides
10 Books You Should Read During Black History Month
Why Every Man Should Have This Wallet With a Secret Trick
This wallet — yes, a wallet — has quickly become my favorite gadget
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