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Journalist Evan Osnos was covering the far-right white nationalist fringe when Donald Trump announced his candidacy. In a new article, Osnos writes of how white nationalists are looking toward Trump as their candidate.
Today at 10:00am
What is it that drives us to watch "Law and Order" reruns when a deadline looms? We'll examine the psychology behind procrastination and how to overcome it. What tasks do you consistently put off?
Today at 12:00pm
Kentucky clerk Kim Davis will appear in federal court for a hearing on whether she will be held in contempt and fined for refusing to issue same-sex marriage licenses.
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