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  • Tax records obtained by the NY Times show that Trump had $1.17 billion in business losses between 1985 and 1994: "In fact, year after year, Mr. Trump appears to have lost more money than nearly any other individual American taxpayer."
  • Trump's response? Losing a shit ton of money was actually good, everybody did it in the '80s, everybody already knew about this, and also it's fake news.
  • Howard Stern revealed that he's working on a new book, is considering retirement, and really hates most of his old material before he "evolved" into a better interviewer.
  • When will NYC get therapy donkeys?!?!
  • Georgia governor Brian Kemp has signed a law making abortions after six weeks illegal in the state.
  • Trump asserted executive privilege today in an effort to shield hidden portions of the Mueller Report and the evidence Mueller collected from Congress. Sarah Huckabee Sanders said in a statement, "Faced with Chairman Nadler’s blatant abuse of power, and at the Attorney General’s request, the President has no other option than to make a protective assertion of executive privilege."
  • Meghan McCain went on Seth Meyers last night for a contentious discussion, and afterwards, her husband, the founder and publisher of conservative website The Federalist, went on a now-deleted unhinged rant that was both homophobic and baseless.
  • Here's why the NY Times' new Parenting section won't use the phrase "natural birth."
  • Are mushrooms really the best brain food?
  • According to a new survey, Saudi Arabia and Indonesia are the only places in the world that have more climate change deniers than the U.S.
  • A family dog apparently foiled a baby abduction in Wayne County in Ohio.
  • The best thing to come out of the Met Gala the other night is this video of Katy Perry changing into her hamburger costume as JLo walks by.
  • And finally, this dog takes her responsibilities VERY seriously: