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Kagro in the Morning

Dec 22, 2016

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Greg Dworkin’s round-up called the tune for today, as is so often the case. First order of business: explaining why we spent yesterday talking about cilia and mucus.

Now, back to our studies. Learn all you can about Trump voters, but don’t lose sight of what they did. And don’t confuse the sources of their confusion, either.

Your daily dose of divination on the future of Obamacare, as researchers race to save data from the plundering Goths.

As with most things Trump, the longer we stare, the worse the story becomes. This time: how he’s choosing his cabinet.

Not all scientists are repulsed by Trump. But those who aren't are repulsive to the rest.

North Carolina’s Republican legislative coup rolls on, leaving Charlotte Dems holding the bag.

The FBI’s warrant for the Clinton emails was garbage, but lol yolo. And no, this is not normal.

How did America fall for this wave of “fake news?” Maybe it started with falling for “reality TV” that was never real, either. And neither were most of his biggest applause lines. But if The Wall isn’t happening, and he’s not going to “lock her up,” or “drain the swamp, then how do we know his supporters who love their Obamacare and are sure he won’t touch it aren’t right?