Ben Platt Unleashes His Inner Egomaniac in ‘The Politician’ The New York Times
The actor, singer and former “Dear Evan Hansen” star discovers that Ryan Murphy, Richard Linklater and Stephen Sondheim are speaking the language he ...
Political Cornflakes: Meet the 'Three Musketeers,' the Republican trio running against Trump in 2020 Salt Lake Tribune
President Donald Trump faces three Republican opponents in the 2020 race, a trio supporters have labeled the “Three Musketeers” and argue could add up to ...
The Disappearing Political Center: In More Places, Elections Aren’t Close The Wall Street Journal
For a stark illustration of how the political center is disappearing from American politics, compare President Bill Clinton's re-election in 1996 with Donald Trump's ...
‘The Good Wife’ Writers Added Some of Denis O’Hare’s Personal Politics Into His Character WFSB
Denis O'Hare talks about the evolution of his 'The Good Wife' character, and how his personal life influenced the writers.
Political Ad Spending on Snapchat Is Ramping up Ahead of 2020 PCMag
In each election cycle around the world, social media ad spending comprises larger and larger chunks of campaign budgets. While Snapchat doesn't get as ...
There’s an Almighty Political Battle Coming Over Carbon Bloomberg
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Twitter discloses another 10,000 accounts suspended for fomenting political discord globally TechCrunch
Twitter's ongoing, and possibly Sisyphean, effort of policing and removing nefarious *content* disseminated on its platform is taking another step forward today.
The nation's cartoonists on the week in politics POLITICO
Every week political cartoonists throughout the country and across the political spectrum apply their ink-stained skills to capture the foibles, memes, hypocrisies ...
Politics Turn Nasty in Canada as Trudeau and Rivals Get Personal Bloomberg
For polite Canada, the latest federal election campaign is turning out to be pretty nasty.
Young Voters Still ‘Feel the Bern,’ but Not Just for Bernie Sanders Anymore The New York Times
The Vermont senator benefited from a wave of enthusiasm from young people in 2016. Many still love him, but not him alone.
Europe's Politics Is in Chaos and That's a Wonderful Thing Bloomberg
All across Europe, support for traditional parties is fracturing. That brings instability but also a renaissance of representative democracy.
#IAmNotDangerous and the politics of stigma The Lancet
This past June, several mental health advocacy organisations in the USA teamed up to launch the Mental Health for US campaign, spearheaded by Patrick ...
How sex and politics put Palm Beach back in the spotlight Financial Times
Enclave for wealthy and powerful achieves burst of cultural relevance in Trump era.
Will a November election break or prolong Spain’s political deadlock? The Economist
“I'VE TRIED everything, but it was impossible.” So said Pedro Sánchez, Spain's socialist prime minister (pictured), as time ran out this week on his efforts to put ...
Politics this week The Economist
Donald Trump said he would impose *fresh* sanctions on Iran following an audacious missile and drone attack on two oil facilities in Saudi Arabia: the Abqaiq ...
Whistle-Blower Complaint Sets Off a Battle Involving Trump The New York Times
WASHINGTON — A potentially explosive complaint by a whistle-blower in the intelligence community said to involve President Trump emerged on Thursday as ...
Politics, peace and peanut butter Emory News Center
For 38 years, former U.S. President Jimmy Carter has joined first-year Emory students for the annual Carter Town Hall, a spirited, surprisingly candid exchange ...
Federal judge halts California law forcing Trump to release tax returns to qualify for ballot CNN
A federal judge has ordered a temporary injunction against the California law requiring presidential candidates to release their tax returns to secure a spot on ...
Will Trudeau’s ‘blackface’ photo end Canada’s shame-based politics? The Washington Post
The era of political shame-offs may be facing its final days.
Economic divide in the US is becoming as stark as its politics CNBC
Republicans and Democrats have long since separated themselves by ideology, leaving each more uniformly conservative or liberal than ever. And now a new ...