What Trump’s company charges the Secret Service
Eugene Scott weighs the stakes of Tuesday’s New Hampshire primary. David Fahrenthold reports on what Trump’s companies are charging the government. And Teddy Amenabar reflects on the gendered perceptions of 2-in-1 shampoos.
- The still-crowded field of Democratic presidential candidates faces its next contest: the New Hampshire primary. Will it narrow the field at all?
- The Secret Service has paid rates as high as $650 a night for rooms at President Trump’s properties. That’s according to federal records and people who have seen the receipts.
- The Internet’s proof that men don’t care about grooming: 2-in-1 shampoos. But their bad reputation may be undeserved.
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