Hillary Clinton's plans to open up the UFO files may never see the light of day

Hillary Clinton is entering uncharted territory in this presidential election.

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All-Muslim S. Carolina town feels unsafe thanks to Trump: 'No different from the KKK'

The tiny community finds the Republican front-runner’s rhetoric ‘very sad’ ahead of Saturday’s primary. ‘He’s no different from the KKK,’ said one resident

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Donald Trump accuses Marco Rubio of 'excess sweating' that would affect his ability to deal with Putin

Republican frontrunner makes bizarre claim that rival’s perspiration would affect America’s ability to conduct foreign policy effectively

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Carly Fiorina accused of 'ambushing' pre-school children for anti-abortion rally

Carly Fiorina has been accused of “ambushing” a group of children, after she ushered pre-schoolers, who were on a field trip to a botanical garden, into an anti-abortion rally in Des Moines.

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Christian cult that predicted Wednesday's world annihilation will study Bible for revised deadline

The leader of a Christian group who claimed that the world would end on Wednesday has admitted his prediction was “incorrect”.

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Christian group says the world will be permanently 'annihilated' on Wednesday

While our planet may have survived September’s “blood moon”, it will be permanently destroyed on Wednesday, 7 October, a Christian organization has warned.

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Sanders and Colbert a match made in heaven for those 'feeling the Bern'

The usual crowd gathered outside the Ed Sullivan theater in New York City was joined Friday by enthusiastic Sanders backers before his appearance on the show

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Millennials 'heart' Bernie Sanders: Why the young and hip are #FeelingTheBern

It’s 8pm on a Wednesday and in a Brooklyn loft, a Bernie Sanders screen-printing event is in full swing.

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Jesus and Donald Trump: Who can tell the difference? A close reading

It should come as no surprise that Donald Trump’s favorite piece of literature is the Bible.

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What would Donald Trump actually do as president? Here's an analysis of his policies

He can’t just spend four years upsetting Latinos and veterans and talking about how tough he is. But most of his campaign promises are implausible, experts say

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Ted Cruz appoints couple behind anti-gay marriage billboards to Iowa leadership team

Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz has chosen a couple who are aiming to put up 1,000 billboards attacking same-sex marriage to be part of his Iowa leadership team.

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Veterans named as Donald Trump supporters say they were not consulted

Several people listed as part of the “Veterans for Trump coalition” formed by Donald Trump following his incendiary comments about John McCain’s war record have denied they are part of the group, the Guardian has learned.

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Donald Trump refuses to release birth certificate and passport records

The Republican presidential candidate had called Barack Obama the country’s ‘least transparent president’ for refusing to release the same documentation

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What a masculinity conference taught me about the state of men

John Bailey and Brenna Harvey, graduate students at Rutgers University in New Jersey, are showing a group – an even mix of men and women, mostly in their 30s, mostly graduate students studying gender – the fruits of their research into bronies: men who like My Little Pony. They have been studying a particularly extreme subset of bronies, they explain. Men who fetishise the ponies. The pair bring up a screengrab. One brony has posted a picture of a My Little Pony wearing sunglasses and drinking lemonade by a pool. In the comments beneath, the poster has made the fatal mistake, at least within this community, of admitting that he lost his “wizard eligibility 26 years ago” – has had sex with a person – and that he does not “clop” – that is, masturbate – to the images. Another brony had responded immediately: “Go be normal somewhere else, faggot.”

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The restorative IV drip is the hottest new way to cure a hangover

A new trend has seen companies springing up to intravenously inject the stricken with an IV bag packed with vitamins and medications. The Guardian’s Adam Gabbatt tested out the service after a night on the town

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