… in your life, work, and relationships

As a kid, all I cared about was being happy. Having fun, being popular, getting my way, doing what I wanted to do, and not giving very much thought to the people around me.… read the full article

Trump’s White Identity Politics Appeals to Two Different Groups

The president’s overt racism now risks fragmenting his coalition.

By David A. Graham, Staff writer at The Atlantic

Supporters react as U.S. President Donald Trump arrives on stage at a campaign rally in Greenville, North Carolina, U.S., July 17, 2019.
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Why Russia Would Shoot Down Countless F-15EX Fighters in a War

Can they take on Moscow’s mighty S-400 or S-500 air defense system?

by David Axe | The National Interest

Air Force chief of staff Gen. David Goldfein told Defense News that buying F-15EXs would not impact the service’s planned acquisition of more than 1,700 F-35s.read the full article

Top 5 Microsoft Shareholders (MSFT)

BY JUSTIN WALTON | Investopedia

From its humble beginnings as a software development company for the burgeoning personal computer industry in 1975 to one of the most powerful and profitable worldwide corporations, Microsoft is one of the greatest corporate success stories of all time.… read the full article

The Real Costs of the U.S. Health-Care Mess

How health insurance works now, and how the candidates want it to work in the future

By Matt Bruenig, Founder of People’s Policy Project | The Atlantic

Democratic presidential candidate U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders speaks at a rally in Long Beach, California, U.S., August 6, 2019.
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What Happened to Aung San Suu Kyi?

A human-rights icon’s fall from grace in Myanmar

By BEN RHODES | The Atlantic

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The first time I met Aung San Suu Kyi, she embodied hope. It was November 2012, and we were in her weathered house at 54 University Avenue, in Yangon, where she’d been held prisoner by the ruling Burmese junta for the better part of two decades.… read the full article

A Reformed White Nationalist Says the Worst Is Yet to Come

Christian Picciolini discusses the mainstreaming of white nationalism, what it takes to de-radicalize far-right extremists, and why the problem is metastasizing.


Christian Picciolini, a former violent extremist, joined a neo-Nazi movement 30 years ago.
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