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The Leader's Daily Schedule - 5/24/17

23 May 19:55 | US Politics and Govt

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The Leader's Daily Schedule - 5/23/17

22 May 20:47 | US Politics and Govt

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The Leader's Daily Schedule - 5/22/17

21 May 16:45 | US Politics and Govt

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The Leader's Weekly Schedule - Week of 5/22/17

19 May 17:06 | US Politics and Govt

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The Leader's Daily Schedule - 5/19/17

18 May 17:42 | US Politics and Govt

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The Leader's Daily Schedule - 5/18/17

17 May 19:33 | US Politics and Govt

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The Leader's Daily Schedule - 5/17/17

16 May 21:42 | US Politics and Govt

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The Leader's Daily Schedule - 5/16/17

15 May 18:26 | US Politics and Govt

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The Leader's Weekly Schedule - Week of 5/15/17

12 May 2017 | US Politics and Govt

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US International Military Training Programs Tied To Fewer Civilian Casualties

11 May 2017 | U.S. News

U.S. grant programs that provided training to international military and civilian personnel since 1995 are tied to fewer conflict-related civilian casualties in foreign countries that were recipients of the U.S. security aid. read more »

The Leader's Daily Schedule - 5/4/17

3 May 2017 | US Politics and Govt

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The Leader's Daily Schedule - 5/3/17

2 May 2017 | US Politics and Govt

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The Leader's Daily Schedule - 5/1/17

30 Apr 2017 | US Politics and Govt

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The Leader's Weekly Schedule - Week of 5/1/17

28 Apr 2017 | US Politics and Govt

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The Leader's Daily Schedule - 4/28/17

27 Apr 2017 | US Politics and Govt

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Researcher Says Customized Content On Political Websites Hurts Democracy

27 Apr 2017 | U.S. News

Having it your way on political websites and seeing only the content that aligns with your beliefs is not good for democracy, according to Ivan Dylko, an assistant professor in the University at Buffalo's Department of Communication and an expert in the political effects of communication technology.read more »

The Leader's Daily Schedule - 4/26/17

25 Apr 2017 | US Politics and Govt

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The Leader's Weekly Schedule - Week of 4/24/17

21 Apr 2017 | US Politics and Govt

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More than Half of Americans Feel More Informed Due to Recent Political Events

19 Apr 2017 | U.S. News

While the 2016 Presidential election left Americans split across party lines, there is one thing the majority can agree on – more than half (53%) of overall Americans now feel more informed about current affairs than before the Presidential election, according to a new study.read more »

The Leader's Daily Schedule - 4/6/17

5 Apr 2017 | US Politics and Govt

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The Leader's Daily Schedule - 4/5/17

4 Apr 2017 | US Politics and Govt

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Book Purchases Of Liberals And Conservatives Reveal Partisan Division

4 Apr 2017 | U.S. News

Reader preferences for liberal or conservative political books also attract them to different types of science books, according to a new study.read more »

The Leader's Daily Schedule - 4/4/17

3 Apr 2017 | US Politics and Govt

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The Leader's Daily Schedule - 4/3/17

2 Apr 2017 | US Politics and Govt

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The Leader's Weekly Schedule - Week of 4/3/17

31 Mar 2017 | US Politics and Govt

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Trump Action On Clean Power Plan 'Threatens Air Quality, Health, And Economic Benefits'

29 Mar 2017 | U.S. News

A distinguished academic says President Trump's dismantling of President Obama's climate change policies will cost lives and have economic consequences.read more »

Is Personal Adversity Contributing To Political Polarization?

28 Mar 2017 | US Politics and Govt

Unexpected life events ranging from illness to relationship stress can lead to political polarization, pushing moderates toward the spectrum's extremes, according to a recently published study that's breaking new ground on personally-experienced adversity and its effect on political attitudes.read more »

The Leader's Daily Schedule - 3/28/17

27 Mar 2017 | US Politics and Govt

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People Who Watch Entertainment TV More Likely To Vote For Populist Politicians

27 Mar 2017 | US Politics and Govt

People exposed to entertainment television are more likely to vote for populist politicians according to a new study co-authored by an economist at Queen Mary University of London. read more »

The Leader's Daily Schedule - 3/27/17

26 Mar 2017 | US Politics and Govt

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The Leader's Daily Schedule - 3/24/17

23 Mar 2017 | US Politics and Govt

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The Leader's Daily Schedule - 3/22/17

21 Mar 2017 | US Politics and Govt

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The Leader's Daily Schedule - 3/21/17

20 Mar 2017 | US Politics and Govt

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The Leader's Daily Schedule - 3/20/17

19 Mar 2017 | US Politics and Govt

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The Leader's Weekly Schedule - Week of 3/20/17

17 Mar 2017 | US Politics and Govt

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The Leader's Daily Schedule - 3/17/17

16 Mar 2017 | US Politics and Govt

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Foreign Graduate Students And Postdocs Consider Leaving The US

16 Mar 2017 | SciTech

On March 6, President Donald Trump signed a second executive order to suspend immigration from six predominately Muslim countries, this time excluding Iraq from the list. read more »

Democrats And Republicans Draw Different Conclusions When Seasons Are Too Hot Or Too Cold

15 Mar 2017 | SciTech

When the weather is unseasonably hot or cold, Americans across the political spectrum have even stronger views about whether climate change caused by human activity is a reality or not. read more »

The Leader's Daily Schedule - 3/15/17

14 Mar 2017 | US Politics and Govt

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The Leader's Daily Schedule - 3/10/17

9 Mar 2017 | US Politics and Govt

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ASHG Opposes New Executive Order Restricting Travel To The US

8 Mar 2017 | SciTech

The American Society of Human Genetics (ASHG) opposes and urges the White House to rescind its recent Executive Order "Protecting the Nation from Foreign Terrorist Entry into the United States," issued March 6.read more »

Algorithm Identified Trump As 'Not-Married'

6 Mar 2017 | SciTech

Scientists from Russia and Singapore created an algorithm that predicts user marital status with 86% precision using data from three social networks instead of one. The program identified Donald Trump, the 45th US President who is actually married, as single. read more »

To Improve Our Political Climate, 'Change The Questions We Ask'

6 Mar 2017 | U.S. News

Our fractured political climate in the United States might be made worse by how we approach difficult problems, researchers say in the journal Science.read more »

Trump's Policy Changes Put Women's Sexual And Reproductive Health At Risk, Argues Expert

3 Mar 2017 | U.S. News

Donald Trump's sexual and reproductive health policy changes threaten women in the USA and across the world, warns an expert.read more »

The Leader's Daily Schedule - 3/2/17

1 Mar 2017 | US Politics and Govt

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The Leader's Daily Schedule - 2/28/17

27 Feb 2017 | US Politics and Govt

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NPC Protests White House Blackballing Of News Organizations

27 Feb 2017 | U.S. News

Leaders of the National Press Club and the National Press Club Journalism Institute have expressed shock about the White House press secretary's decision to keep several news organizations which have written critical stories about President Trump out of one of his briefings.read more »

The Leader's Weekly Schedule - Week of 2/27/17

24 Feb 2017 | US Politics and Govt

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Twitter Researchers Offer Clues As To Why Trump Won

22 Feb 2017 | SciTech

Jiebo Luo and Yu Wang did not set out to predict who would win the 2016 U.S. presidential election. However, their exhaustive, 14-month study of each candidate's Twitter followers-enabled by machine learning and other data science tools-offers tantalizing clues as to why the race turned out the way it did.read more »

Differences In The Rhetorical Styles Of Candidates In The 2016 US Presidential Election

21 Feb 2017 | U.S. News

A new paper reveals and quantifies dramatic differences in the speaking styles of candidates in the 2016 United States presidential election.read more »

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