News You Can Use for December 27, 2017

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We’ve gathered a short list of some of what we think are the most important headlines of the day and placed them all right here for you.

So without further ado, here’s the News you can Use for Wednesday, December 27, 2017.

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President Trump hopes to grab the political momentum heading in to 2018.

Trump’s team argues that the tax bill, which also ended the mandate for individuals to buy insurance under the Affordable Care Act and opened the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge to drilling, put a bow on a positive and meaningful first year for Trump.

Who are these political and military elitists that are actually pressing for war with Iran?

Lessons for anti-Trump conservatives from an anti-Bush conservative.

Almost a year into his presidency, Donald Trump is still causing a conservative crack-up. In office, he has exhibited the behavioral tendencies many of us feared, while at the same time governing as a more normal Republican than we expected, for both good and ill.

Liberal hack Jon Favreau tried to defend an actresses incorrect anti-tax cut tweet but instead ended up giving a perfect argument for why we shouldn’t be listening to celebrities’ political opinions.

The anti-Trump media bias is beginning to crack as more media-types finally notice that President Trump is actually getting quite a bit accomplished.

The NFL continues to search for a cure for their sagging ratings and the many empty seats in their stadiums.

Nurses have once again topped the list as most ethical and honest professions.

Did 2017 change how we’ll have babies?

Universities are very worried about a violent 2018.

What will President Obama do now that the “first act” of his life is over?

Which fundamental science question is the most important?

How a machine that can make anything would change everything.

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