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Caption Contest: Tucker Carlson and Paul Begala Walk out of a train Station — what are they saying

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Most of us are familiar with the face of pundit Tucker Carlson, the bow-tied, editor of the Daily Caller who refuses to stop wearing his boarding school uniform. But not everyone gets to see  his surprisingly tan visage up-close and personal. But I did. Yesterday. On the mean streets of New York City. Where he must have felt very uncomfortable and threatened.

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It was just outside Penn Station. And I almost bumped into him. I was surprised to see him in my neck of the woods and even more surprised to see that he was with Paul Begala, the political consultant and commentator from the other side of the aisle, who sometimes e-mails me #NBD. But then again, so does President Barack Obama. Sometimes. Also, #NBD.

I was feeling atypically shy and should have run after them and snapped a selfie or at least a photo from the front. But it was very, very humid in New York City yesterday. So, give a sister a break.

I did document the spotting on social media with these astonishingly mediocre photos, using the hashtag #BipartisanBackpacking. And Paul Begala was kind enough to RT it.

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Still, i do wonder what the two men were saying to each other. Readers, have it.

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Trump just lost another effort to try and block Manhattan DA from from getting his financial documents

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President Donald Trump has lost another case against Manhattan District Attorney Cy Vance, who is seeking the president's financial documents as part of a grand jury case looking into possible bank and tax fraud.

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Trump had fought the subpoenas in court but the judge threw out his complaint Thursday morning, meaning that the case can move forward and that Trump must turn over the financial documents requested.

Last month, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that Trump is not immune from criminal prosecution and that he must comply with subpoenas. Vance had sought records from the accounting firm that Trump uses as well as Deutsche Bank, which has loaned Trump millions over the years.

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‘I have a son and I want you to meet him’: Anderson Cooper chokes up welcoming his baby to the world

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CNN anchor Anderson Cooper announced on Thursday that he is now a father.

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"On Monday, I became a father," Cooper revealed. "I am a dad, I have a son, and I want you to meet him.

He introduced Wyatt Morgan Cooper to CNN's viewers.

"He is sweet and soft and healthy and I am beyond happy. As a gay kid, I never thought it would be possible to have a child, and I am so grateful for all those who paved the way and for the doctors and nurses and all those involved in my son's birth."

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