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We might not take much good away from this year, but we'll always have the memes.
Yeah, we were critical of Joe Biden all year, but we're holding out hope that he comes around. Just a little, anyway.
No politician or person better defined one of the most vile years in recent memory.
Some of our favorite stories from a wild year in American politics.
Our favorite stories about the Vermont senator and presidential candidate who made a huge impact this year.
Tweets are the lifeblood of political blogging in 2020 ... right? Well, maybe not. But they certainly help.
Our favorite sports stories of the year—from home yoga to MJ memes.
Our favorite food stories from this weird year—how-to guides, immune-boosting recipes, & controversial milkshakes.
We've muddied up our browser history so you don't have to.
A ton of birds, more produce than you'd think, and some gold. It's the ranking you never knew you needed.
His announcement was as performative as the Lincoln Project's election grift.
There are certain days you realize how obvious America's decline will look to historians years from now. 2020 has provided a lot of them.
What's better than a regular schmo kicking a ton of ass out of nowhere?
We might love to see the president go, but we're still going to watch him leave. And he knows it.
The fried chicken chain's new Lifetime movie is dumb as hell, but it also cements the brand's status as a holiday stalwart.
Swap out "Venezuela" with "United States" and it's clear the Secretary of State is telling on himself.
Kelly Loeffler revived an old conservative barb that sounds even dumber in today’s political climate.
Reactionary politics cut both ways and are getting dumber by the day.
Former presidents lining up to take it won’t bring herd immunity numbers. Financial incentive will.
The master of three-word political slogans thinks this one doesn’t work because it’s too “snappy.”
The senator worth half a billion dollars says she can relate to voters living paycheck to paycheck.