What's it like outside? Better than yesterday, but it's below freezing, so watch out for frozen slush and patches of ice. The snow emergency was lifted in Boston at 7 a.m., but schools are closed again.
Commuter alert: The commuter rail is back on its regular weekday schedule, so allow extra time for delays. The ferries are operating, and the Mattapan trolley is back in service.
While you were sleeping: Pulitzer Prize winning reporter David Cay Johnston (and MSNBC) published the two main pages of Trump's 2005 federal 1040 form, which showed he made $152.7 million and paid $5.3 million in regular income tax, a tax rate of just 3.48 percent.
He took a $103.2 million writedown, probably the last bit of the $915.7 million in losses The New York Times reported he declared in 1995, the result of the financial wreckage he caused in the early 1990s after he mismanaged three Atlantic City casinos, launched an airline business that failed, and bought the iconic Plaza Hotel in Manhattan and bankrupted it. He also had $17 million in itemized deductions, leaving a taxable income of $31.6 million.
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