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The Atlantic Politics & Policy Daily: War of the Words

President Trump contradicted a Gold Star widow’s account of his condolence call.

Brit Marling Shares Harvey Weinstein Encounter; Calls Out The Danger Of Society’s “Dramatic Imbalance Of Power”

In a very thoughtful essay in The Atlantic, actress-writer Brit Marling shared her own encounter with Harvey Weinstein — but that wasn’t necessarily the bulk of the piece. The article titled “Harvey Weinstein and the Economics of Consent”...Show More Summary

Brit Marling Shares Harvey Weinstein Story, Calls Out Hollywood’s ‘Soft and Sometimes Literal’ Sex Trafficking

In a new article for The Atlantic, Brit Marling talks about her own hotel-room confrontation with Harvey Weinstein, the “economics of consent,” and the sexual politics that startled her when she first arrived in Hollywood. Marling recounts her beginnings as an aspiring investment banker in New York, saying that she ... More »

New digital ‘hurricane’ churns, gathering strength to land blow on the internet

Just as hurricane trackers chart storms in the Atlantic before they make landfall, cybersecurity researchers track viral infections that threaten mayhem. They’ve found a doozy. A massive zombie robotic network, … Click to Continue »

Directors Of British Theatre Companies Condemn Harassment In The Industry

5 hours agoArts : Modern Art Notes

The statement comes after allegations of sexual misconduct by the US film producer Harvey Weinstein prompted a blizzard of related claims on both sides of the Atlantic. On Friday the Guardian revealed one of the most influential directors in British theatre, Max Stafford-Clark, was forced to stand down from the company he founded after being accused of […]

Veron, Red Bulls beat United 2-1 in final MLS game at RFK

Gonzalo Veron and Michael Murillo scored minutes apart and the New York Red Bulls beat rival D.C. United 2-1 for the Atlantic Cup in the final MLS game at RFK Stadium        

How Unusual Is It For Ireland To Experience A Hurricane? The Answer is “Very Unusual.”

When Hurricane Ophelia slammed into Ireland, it was the most powerful storm ever recorded in the eastern Atlantic. Is the pattern of Atlantic storm activity changing with increasing ocean temperatures How Unusual Is It For Ireland To...Show More Summary

US, Canada scientists to brainstorm over right whale decline

Scientists from Canada and the United States are meeting in Halifax to discuss the future of the North Atlantic right whale, which is in the midst of a high year … Click to Continue »

Trump Scrambles to Get Letters to Gold Star Families

The Atlantic reports that three families of fallen service members received next-day UPS letters from President Trump in the past week, as the White House is scrambling to defend the president’s characterization of his communications with grieving military families. Timothy [...]

Lane Kiffin's Florida Atlantic Owls rout North Texas 69-31

Devin Singletary rushed for three touchdowns and FAU scored on its first 11 drives.        

Maino Talks Why He Left Atlantic Records With The Breakfast Club [Video]

Maino Stops By The Breakfast Club Maino stopped by The Breakfast Club on Friday to chop it up with Charlamagne, Angela Yee, and DJ Envy. He talked about everything from his reasoning on leaving his deal with Atlantic Records, to

World’s Oldest Living Land Creature Discovered to be Gay

2 days agoLGBT / Gay : Towleroad

Jonathan, a tortoise on the British territory of Saint Helena in the South Atlantic thought to be the world’s oldest living land creature at 186, is also gay. Yahoo UK reports: The governor of St Helena was presented with what they believed to… Read The post World’s Oldest Living Land Creature Discovered to be Gay appeared first on Towleroad.

The Atlantic Politics & Policy Daily: White House Defends Kelly’s Defense

White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders defended Chief of Staff John Kelly after his remarks criticizing Representative Frederica Wilson.

Paul Krugman: Is Trump About to Tank the U.S. Economy?

The New York Times columnist assesses the dangers of ripping up NAFTA. Paul Krugman is the first to admit that the North Atlantic Free Trade Agreement has not been all it was cracked up to be. When the deal was struck in 1994, its proponents argued NAFTA would prove a boon to Mexico's economy and allow the United States to run up a huge surpus. Show More Summary

Georgia Tech hosts Wake Forest coming off another tough loss

Georgia Tech is trying to get over another heartbreaking defeat as it hosts Wake Forest in an Atlantic Coast Conference game        

“Has the Supreme Court Legalized Public Corruption?

Important Matt Ford in The Atlantic: Menendez has denied any wrongdoing, and his lawyers argue the favors don’t rise to the newly heightened standard of official acts. Federal prosecutors, for their part, argue that the stream of benefits that flowed … Continue reading ?

GREAT MOMENTS IN RELIGIOUS TOLERANCE AND DIVERSITY FROM THE LEFT: “Kirkus forces a female, Muslim …

GREAT MOMENTS IN RELIGIOUS TOLERANCE AND DIVERSITY FROM THE LEFT: “Kirkus forces a female, Muslim book reviewer to change her review,” Caitlin Flanagan of the Atlantic tweets. “This is what totalitarianism looks like.” The Vulture article she links to is giant blinking warning sign of what happens when the current leftwing obsession with identity politics […]

Cardinals, Rams travel far for big NFC West matchup

The Los Angeles Rams and Arizona Cardinals normally play about 370 miles apart, but they're traveling thousands of miles across the Atlantic Ocean to meet in a critical NFC West matchup.        

These Collegiate Innovators Are at the Vanguard of Technology and Art

A massive three-day festival spotlights the achievements of the Atlantic Coast Conference

The Unlikely Story Of How INXS Came To Rule The Late ’80s With Kick, Released 30 Years Ago Today

As Chris Murphy, the longtime ­manager of INXS, remembers it, "I really thought I was fucked." On an ­afternoon in 1987, Murphy, a ­wisecracking Australian, had ­gathered Atlantic Records’ radio ­promotion, sales and ­marketing ­divisions for an advance listen to "Need You Tonight." He wanted the song to be the first single off of INXS’…

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