- Fear of Ebola Closes Schools and Shapes Politics - New York Times October 20, 2014New York TimesFear of Ebola Closes Schools and Shapes PoliticsNew York TimesIn the month since a Liberian man infected with Ebola traveled to Dallas, where he later died, the nation has marinated in a murky soup of understandable concern, wild misinformation, political opportunism and garden-variety panic. Within the ...Fear has closed schools, put educators […]
- The Eurozone's Problems Are Based in Politics - Wall Street Journal October 19, 2014Wall Street JournalThe Eurozone's Problems Are Based in PoliticsWall Street JournalBut the risks today are primarily political. This is most obviously the case in Greece, which in economic terms is now looking more stable than at any time since the start of the crisis. While the debt-to-GDP ratio at 175% looks eye-wateringly high ...Eurozone's prob […]
- A Long Division: Political Polarization Is Worse Than Ever, and Here to Stay - NBCNews.com October 19, 2014A Long Division: Political Polarization Is Worse Than Ever, and Here to StayNBCNews.comWith just over two weeks to go until Election Day, the country looks and sounds more like the Divided States of America. Here are the voices of voters, according to verbatim responses about the nation's direction from the latest NBC News/Wall Street ...
- Politics this week - The Economist October 18, 2014Politics this weekThe EconomistViolence erupted outside the Ukrainian parliament in Kiev as politicians rejected giving official recognition to the Ukrainian Insurgent Army, partisan fighters who allied with the Nazis to fight the Soviet army during the second world war. Ukraine's ...
- Inside Texas Politics (10/19/14) - WFAA October 20, 2014WFAAInside Texas Politics (10/19/14)WFAAThe Dallas County District Attorney's race is featured on this week's edition of Inside Texas Politics. Democratic incumbent Craig Watkins and Republican challenger Susan Hawk answer questions from WFAA's David Schechner and Fort Worth Star-Telegram ...and more »
- Fear of Ebola Closes Schools and Shapes Politics - New York Times October 20, 2014
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