The reaction when two people lock eyes in a crowded room is a staple of romantic cinema. But the complex, unconscious reactions that take place are anything but make believe.
In February 2016, Donald Trump the candidate had no idea he was required by law to put a transition team in place to initiate preparations to run the federal government. Months later, after he had clinched the nomination, he still didn’t get that the people he’d begrudgingly allowed Chris Christie to hire for the job had to be paid, and tried to shutter the whole operation because he thought transition workers were “stealing” his money. Continue reading “Oh: Trump Didn’t Realize a Government Shutdown Would Shut Down the Government”
Experts have no real explanation for why we laugh.
The partial shutdown is affecting scores of private-sector organizations serving the U.S. government
JH Bloomberg School of Public Health
January 7, 2018
Americans on average continue to spend much more for health care—while getting less care—than people in other developed countries
—The United States, on a per capita basis, spends much more on health care than other developed countries; the chief reason is not greater health care utilization, but higher prices, according to a study from a team led by a Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health researcher. Continue reading “U.S. Health Care Spending Highest Among Developed Countries”
By Malcolm Gladwell
Permitting pot is one thing; promoting its use is another. Continue reading “Is Marijuana as Safe as We Think?”