NEW YORK (Reuters) - Hospitals and health insurers are gaining confidence that their nightmare scenario - millions of Americans instantly losing health insurance once President-elect Donald Trump delivers on a promise to "repeal and replace" Obamacare - is looking more like a bad dream than becoming reality.
Is it over yet? Thanksgiving: pretty much over. The slow-rolling nightmare that is American politics right now? Not at all. If you do Thanksgiving with a politically mixed crowd, this had to be a hard one. There’s not just rage to vent—there’s...Show More Summary
At the peak of the financial crisis, David Beattie was living the same nightmare haunting millions of Americans: He had been laid off late in his career. Unable to find work, he wasn't sure where to turn. "Losing your job when you're up in age, when you're 48 years old, it's a very scary feeling," Beattie says. Show More Summary
Don’t be a passive observer of last night’s terrorization in Standing Rock. Even if Trump doesn’t overturn Roe, he will still be a nightmare for abortion rights. And, worryingly, it’s not just American women who may be harmed by Donald Trump’s presidency. We can’t let Trump control the press. So, here are sixteen writers on Trump’s America. And […]
Though it calls Oregon home, Portland trio Dowager more accurately recalls the sounds of Boston in the early 2000s, taking parts of American Nightmare’s heart-on-sleeve hardcore and playing it like Converge going through a manic fit....Show More Summary
The prospect, and the imminent reality of Donald Trump's presidency strike many Americans as the worst political nightmare that could have ever happened. Racism, misogyny, demagoguery - all duly confirmed during Trump's first two weeks as President-elect - are the main monsters ushering the new American era. Show More Summary
We’ve made it to the bloody end of another American Horror Story season. Although last night’s finale was a bit underwhelming, the nutty nightmare of Roanoke was good for something: It made big moves to tie together the collective AHS universe. But even taking into account what we've learned, all ... More »
A review of American Horror Story: Roanoke, which attempted to satirize reality TV twice with "My Roanoke Nightmare" and "Return to Roanoke." Read this story »
Now that the country has elected a threatening Wizard of Oz figure for president, any art that takes aim at the myth of American exceptionalism feels pretty relevant. The democratic dream created in 1787 looks a lot like a nightmare in 2016. Show More Summary
We've reached the end of the sixth season of American Horror Story, with Roanoke wrapping up with even more nods to the reality television genre. And though she may have survived two seasons of "My Roanoke Nightmare," Lee Harris' nightmare still isn't over.
The final episode kicks off with a throwback to Paley Fest in the midst of "My Roanoke Nightmare's" huge success.
Here’s what’s up in the world of TV for Wednesday, November 16. All times are Eastern. Top picks The Art Of More (Crackle, 3 a.m.): This posh Crackle series set in the art world drops all 10 of its second season episodes tonight, and...Show More Summary
Click here for reuse options! The immigration nightmare begins and Americans are terrified. Just in case you thought that the long national nightmare was over, Trump appeared on 60 Minutes Sunday night to remind America he's committed to deporting at least 2-3 million undocumented immigrants. Show More Summary
Spoiler Alert: Don’t read if you haven’t watched the American Horror Story: My Roanoke Nightmare so far Calling something the strangest season of American Horror Story is saying something, but American Horror Story: My Roanoke Nightmare seems to have developed its own format for telling a horrifying story based on a historical event, the Roanoke... Show More Summary
Fintan O'Toole, Irish Times: One of the very few things Trump was not lying about was his insistence that "the American dream is dead". Well, it is now. Trump is the American nightmare: the Id of hatred and vulgar self-interest has elbowed aside the Ego of a liberal, rational, tolerant self-image that was never as well-founded as it seemed. Show More Summary
It’s privacy’s nightmare scenario, and rattled Americans are taking refuge in the popular encrypted messaging app.
Secrecy, mistrust and the shadow of interrogation at the American prison limited doctors’ ability to treat mental illness among detainees.
Beyonce is having endless nightmares about Donald Trump after his victorious presidential election win, which evidently saw him defeat Hillary Clinton. The singer, who held a fundraising concert for Clinton just days before Americans rushed to get their votes in, as mentioned by The Guardian, is stunned by the fact that Donald will be taking... Show More Summary
At the time, it was a brand new kind of horror. In the 50 years since, though, it has become an all-too-frequent American nightmare.
For more than half the nation and much of the world, we are in a period of mourning. After waking up to President-elect Donald J. Trump ? what many can only describe as a nightmare ? Americans face emotionally charged weeks and months...Show More Summary