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Tuesday headlines: This is what happens when you let BLANK handle the BLANK.

Last year, President Trump repeatedly suggested a move equal to destroying NATO: the withdrawal of the United States.

“Even discussing the idea of leaving NATO—let alone actually doing so—would be the gift of the century for Putin.”

Eighteen other reasons the President of the United States may be a Russian asset.

A note-taker for Clinton and Yeltsin’s numerous meetings says Trump has been colluding with Russia for his entire administration.

Worth remembering: The same president sometimes calls in to a friend's TV show to say prosecutors should go after someone because “he has a personal battle with the person's son-in-law.”

Your weekly white paper: Racial resentment is reliably the largest and most precise predictor of attitudes toward immigration.

The UK Parliament will vote tonight on Theresa May’s much-maligned Brexit deal.

A yellow-vest reinterpretation of Delacroix's famous painting contains a code for about 1000 euros in cryptocurrency.

Michel Houellebecq, captain of France's decline industry, publishes a Yellow Vest novel—as always with terrible female characters.

A new essay by Houellebecq denounces Europe while praising Trump, his fellow nationalist.

Trump is just the latest example of a white supremacist using “Pocahontas” for their purposes.

A former Hill worker attacks the hypocrisy of insider Democrats for trying to "rein in" Ocasio-Cortez.

More US coal-fired power plants were shut in Trump’s first two years than were retired in Obama's first term.

Skeptical journalists and scientists wonder if the sunscreen industry is more marketing than science.

Gillette faces backlash from over a new ad campaign targeting toxic masculinity.

In the #MeToo movement, forgiveness carries great dangers for those in a position to offer it.

The walkout of 31,000 teachers union members in Los Angeles proved to be the massive disruption that many sought and many feared.

A food tour through the history of New York City crime.

Everything read or seen in 2018 by Steven Soderbergh.

A lovely short film by Kamau Bilal that’s done the festival circuit, about his little brother moving back home at age 23 to live with their parents.

Museums compete on Twitter to show each other their best ducks.