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Lauren McCauley, staff writer
Protesters outside Trump International Hotel in Washington, D.C.. (Photo: Lorie Shaull/cc/flickr)
Despite calls to divest, it appears that President-elect Donald Trump will maintain a stake in his business, according to reporting by the New York Times on Wednesday, as he makes plans to hand the sprawling empire over to sons Donald Jr. and Eric. The proposed arrangement, the Times notes, would "complicate matters"—to say the least—as the acting...
Nika Knight, staff writer
Chuck Jones, president of United Steelworkers Local 1999, is pictured at a diner in Indianapolis earlier this year.
After United Steelworkers Local 1999 president Chuck Jones revealed Wednesday...
Nadia Prupis, staff writer
A federal judge on Wednesday effectively ended the ongoing presidential recount...

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Folks on social media are kinda peeved TIME's Person of the Year - he/she who "had the greatest influence for better or worse" in 2016 - is orange clown and black hole of need Donald Trump, presumably because a. he horrified so many of us and b. every president-elect is. Many noted he thus joins the illustrious ranks of Hitler, Stalin, Nixon and Putin; others offered explanations - Nostradamus voted - objections - doesn't it have to be a person? - and alternatives - us, who have to defeat him.