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Election 2016: Trump-Inspired Art Exhibit Explores Sexuality, Celebrity in American Politics

Housed in the Chelsea-based Joshua Liner Gallery, the group show includes 27 works from 21 artists who capture the intersecting themes of politics, sexuality and celebrity through sexually explicit paintings and abstract sculptures.

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Election 2016: How I Prevented My Father From Voting for Donald Trump

My final, Hail Mary attempt required tapping into the deeply rooted emotions of my dad. Cue the guilt trip.

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Election 2016: Small Town Rebels

Jim and Mary Mountain are the only visible Democrats in all of Belfast, New York. And their neighbors do not approve.

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Trump Impersonators Are the Real Winners of the 2016 Election

As Donald Trump has gained prominence in the past year, other impersonators have joined Di Domenico in making a good living by playing the GOP nominee.

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Election 2016: The State of Pennsylvania

Graduate students from New York University’s Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute spent a recent weekend in the swing state Pennsylvania, […]

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Another nasty presidential debate

After Donald Trump threatened to prosecute his opponent and Hillary Clinton seized on a vulgar taped conversation Trump had to make her case against him during the second debate, the final debate was bound to get tumultuous.

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Twitter creates presidential debate comedy

The 3rd debate of the 2016 election brought out the wannabe comedian in everyone.

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Snowboarding hits a rough patch

Conditions on the mountains are declining and the sport is becoming more expensive with the price of lift tickets high and equipment even higher, athletes said.

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Green Party candidate Jill Stein rails against ‘greater’ and ‘lesser’ evil political parties at rally

The Stein/Baraka ticket is on the ballot in 44 states, and the District of Columbia.

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Train crash kills one and causes chaos in Hoboken

They are looking at the engineer of the train to see if he is at fault.