Venezuela Election in New York Times
A counter-terrorism expert at Duke says ISIS had two main objectives when carrying out the deadly bombings: Provoke an overreaction against the entire Muslim community, and convince frustrated Muslims to join their fight.
Policy 360 in The Hill
In their fight against added sugar in our foods, public health advocates are taking pointers from another battle -- the campaign against tobacco. New evidence suggests sugar, like tobacco, is addictive and harmful to long-term health. Kelly Brownell, the dean of Duke’s Sanford School of Public Policy, says the two fights have a lot in common.
in Ways & Means podcast
Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders aren’t the first American presidential candidates to champion outside causes. “If they have been far more successful than their predecessors, this is partly because they have gone much farther in dissociating themselves from the establishment.”
in Cato Unbridged
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“One reason it is unfolding this way is that the Republicans structured it so they could come to a quick decision and have a nominee to rally around early in the season. It’s not working out very well for the party leaders who designed it all,” Mears says.