Review: Politics and an Upset Finish in the Oscars Broadcast

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Review: Politics and an Upset Finish in the Oscars Broadcast

New York Times  
The jaw-dropping live reversal of fortune came at the end of a night of celebration and politics dominated by references, overt and oblique, to the man who gave us last fall’s late-night TV shocker, President Trump, who was the first person thanked

Politics, Politics, Politics

Seeking Alpha
Politics will be in focus this week, with President Trump addressing a joint session of Congress on Tuesday. While the recent dollar ranges remain intact, the greenback is on the verge of a broader surrender.

“Extreme vetting;” Marijuana politics and Oscars mix-up

CBS News
“Extreme vetting”. As the Trump administration readies a new “extreme vetting” executive order expected to ban people from certain countries in order to give agencies time to review U.S.

Politics In The News: Previewing President Trump’s Week Ahead

On Tuesday, President Trump will address Congress. Over the weekend, he doubled down on his attacks on the press and tweeted that he will not attend the White House Correspondents’ Dinner in April.

Across The Divide, Identity Politics Unites The Base At Both CPAC And DNC

Conservatives gathered outside Washington last week at a convention, the Conservative Political Action Conference, which had been a home for libertarians in recent years.

Politics were a relative no-show at Oscars ceremony

Chicago Tribune
The political speech-making came and went, on a surprisingly low level, throughout the 89th Oscars presentation. Mostly the jabs at our current, controversial president provided emcee Jimmy Kimmel (he’s good; funny; dry; a nice ear for pacing; have him

Oscars politics started with blue ribbon fashion statement

The Mercury News  – ‎11 hours ago‎
But with tonight’s ceremony taking a political turn – with host Jimmy Kimmel already spiking jokes about President Donald Trump, and presenters and winners finding ways to express concern about his controversial policies – the most eye-catching

AP-NORC Poll: US teens disillusioned, divided by politics

Nyles Adams, 14, takes part in the Trinidad tradition of stilt-walking, called “moko jumbies,” in this July, 2016 photo at the Marine Park Golf Course in Brooklyn, N.Y.

Hollywood sidesteps politics at the Oscars

Minneapolis Star Tribune
But early on, there were signals that politics would not have be as high-profile as some expected, starting with Justin Timberlake’s opening number that urged the audience to “dance, dance, dance.

Political Road Map: If you think it’s time to rein in money in politics …

Los Angeles Times
If there’s any lesson Ann Ravel could take away from her time in Washington spent watching the big money of political campaigns, perhaps it’s this: If you want …

Politics, prejudice pose problems in workplace

The Boston Globe
A May survey of businesses by a human resource trade group found about one-fourth reported more political volatility in their workplaces compared with previous presidential campaigns.

The week in politics

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Politics Dominates Euro and Pound Moves, Markets Wait for Trump

The euro rose against the dollar as weekend developments in the French presidential elections and better-than-expected economic confidence data boosted the currency, although gains were limited by underlying political risks. The most important market …

‘For all the immigrants!’: Politics take center stage at Oscars

News & Observer
However, Bertolazzi was not the first or last to make a political statement during Sunday’s ceremony. Host Jimmy Kimmel started his monologue by acknowledging that the show was being broadcast around the world to “220 countries that now hate us.

Hollywood Speaks Out About Politics

Actors and agents were involved in teach-ins and rallies in the past week to oppose President Trump. Award shows and other events have been peppered with political opposition as well. LOURDES GARCIA-NAVARRO, HOST: Hollywood has been speaking …

Analysis: In bathroom bill, politics disguised as policy

Texas Tribune
The politics are easier to understand. The proposal would work better in a Republican primary than it would work on the streets.

John Kasich lobbies in DC to save Medicaid expansion: Ohio Politics Roundup
Today’s Ohio Politics Roundup is brought to you by Jeremy Pelzer. Kasich lobbies in D.C. for Medcaid expansion: Ohio Gov.

First lady Melania Trump says no politics at the black-tie dinner for governors

Washington Post  – ‎14 hours ago‎
Even before the first guest arrived for the first black-tie event of the Trump administration, the annual dinner at the White House for the nation’s governors and their spouses, there was already a bit of discrepancy about what was actually on the menu

Politics takes center stage at Independent Spirit Awards

Page Six
Nick Kroll and John Mulaney skewered Hollywood while hosting the Film Independent Spirit Awards on Saturday. Kroll said, “Some of you might take the opportunity today to make a political speech . . . No, conservatives, we are not in a bubble. We are in

Politics is ‘stranger,’ but Diane Allen’s leaving with anger toward none
But Allen, 68, is even more engaging in person, as I discovered during our free-flowing conversation last week about Chris Christie, Donald Trump, the media, politics, her careers — and her reluctant decision to retire from the New Jersey Senate, come …

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