Politics Stressing You Out? You Aren’t Alone

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With Politics, NBA Speaks Its Mind

Athletics as escapism makes sense. A recent New York Times op-ed writer reminded us that that talking sports offers a “way for people who have diametrically opposed politics to share a beer at a bar.” Well, if you enjoy sports only as an escape from

Trump Campaign Aides Had Repeated Contacts With Russian Intelligence

New York Times
The officials said that one of the advisers picked up on the calls was Paul Manafort, who was Mr. Trump’s campaign chairman for several months last year and had worked as a political consultant in Ukraine. The officials declined to identify the other

Cyber warriors see politics muddying security efforts

As the White House mulls an executive order on cybersecurity to combat an epidemic of data breaches and hacks, participants at the annual RSA Conference voiced concern that dwindling political unity will challenge efforts to improve defense. “The core

Politics Stressing You Out? You Aren’t Alone.

But 2016 was the first year that APA asked about the impact of politics, an addition prompted when psychologists who are part of the organization reported a spike in patient anxiety about the 2016 election.

Laverne Cox and The Politics of Transgender Beauty

Daily Beast
When transgender acceptance seems to be predicated on beauty, the solution isn’t to dispense with the beauty world altogether—a fool’s errand that would sacrifice the cultural and political importance of fashion for the marginalized—it’s to build a

China Is Playing Politics With Hyundai EV Production

Building automobiles takes more than just creating an assembly line and bolting a bunch of parts together. It also takes a sophisticated understanding of foreign currency trading and a sharp eye on politics. Hyundai is being taught a lesson about

When Israel Wades Into Other Countries’ Politics

The National Interest Online
A few weeks later back in Israel, he told a political gathering that he had visited France “not just as the prime minister of Israel but as a representative of the entire Jewish people”—previewing his upcoming address to Congress on the Iranian

The Atlantic Politics & Policy Daily: Puzder, We Hardee’s Knew Ye

The Atlantic
President Trump condemned a report in The New York Times that claimed his associates had contacted Russian intelligence officials in the year before the presidential election, tweeting that it was “an attempt to cover-up the many mistakes made in

Country Music, Politics & the Lingering Fear of ‘Getting Dixie Chicked’

Though country has a reputation as a conservative genre, especially to coastal outsiders, the genre’s political leanings were not always clear-cut.

Do Politics Ever Influence How or Where You Shop?

New York Times
Have you ever boycotted an item or brand because of the actions, beliefs or statements of the company or the person who sells it? Do social, environmental or political concerns factor into your decisions about what you buy or don’t buy? Why or why not?

NR Live: Obama Faith-Based Office Insider on Christians, Politics and the White House

National Review
In this interview, we discuss everything from the role President Obama’s faith played in his decision making to how Christians can deal with some of the hostility coming at them in the political public square. Take a listen, consider reading the book

Boycotting companies tied to president new weapon in US politics

San Francisco Chronicle
But morphing that challenge into direct political action against the president, his policies and the people who support them takes boycotts to a level not seen before.

If you thought sports were ever separate from politics, think again

There’s a winner and a loser, and the outcome is seldom in question — a rarity in a world that’s mostly gray. And yet, sports have never been wholly separated from politics, from race, from gender, from business, from society. Sports are, and always

GUEST EDITORIAL: The immutable laws of politics

St. Augustine Record
There are some rather immutable laws of politics Democrats forgot about, but only after Republicans forgot about them first.

Gowdy: Dems ‘More Interested in Politics‘ Than Truth About Russia’s Election Meddling

Fox News Insider
Gowdy said it’s not “serious” for Democrats to call for public hearings on classified information, adding that they’re more concerned with “politics … than actually finding out what happened.” He said that “99 of our 100 interviews” on the matter

When Dating In The Era Of Divisive Politics, Both Sides Stick To Themselves

They say opposites attract. But these days, maybe not so much. A growing number of singles are adding a clause to their online dating profiles telling either Trump haters or Trump supporters – depending on their political preference – that they need

Trump is dividing American Jews over domestic politics, not Israel

Washington Post
But increasingly, Israel isn’t the key to understanding Trump’s relationship with the Jewish community. Instead, that’s best understood through Trump’s illiberal nationalism and his attendant denigration of the “political correctness” of social-justice

GOP poised to tame political force with Iowa bargaining bill

Waterloo Cedar Falls Courier
“If people who are opposed to the labor movement – and in particular, the political support that the labor movement gives to Democrats and progressive causes – can defund that movement, then they can be very effective in passing through other

The Snapchat Cohort Gets Into Politics, and Civics Is Cool

New York Times
With Mr. Trump in the White House, the obsession with politics that has many adult Americans fiercely focused on the Senate’s latest confirmation hearing and the president’s last Twitter message has filtered down to those not yet of voting age.

Mulvaney confirmation vote set for Thursday morning – finally

News & Observer
Rep. Mick Mulvaney (R-SC) testified before the Senate Budget Committee on his nomination to be director of the Office of Management and Budget in the Trump administration on Tuesday.

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