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Job diary: I'm an LA doctor who runs a ketamine-infusion therapy program to help people overcome depression, anxiety, and trauma

David Mahjoubi, MD. David Mahjoubi, MD. David Mahjoubi, MD, 42, is an anesthesiologist based in Los Angeles, California. He founded the Ketamine Healing Clinic of Los Angeles in 2014, and says that despite the drug's reputation as an illegal party drug, its use in controlled medical settings can help patients battling depression, anxiety, and trauma. Before accepting a new patient, Dr. Mahjoubi says they need to have first tried other anti-anxiety or depression medication in the past. He a...
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The Trump campaign held a press conference in the parking lot of the Four Seasons suburban landscaping center, instead of the luxury Philadelphia hotel

Rudy Giuliani speaks to the media at the press conference in Philadelphia. Chris McGrath/Getty Images The Trump campaign booked a press conference at the Four Seasons suburban landscaping center, instead of the luxury hotel in Philadelphia, on Saturday. President Trump first tweeted that the briefing would take place at the noted five-star venue before deleting his tweet and clarifying that it would be at a landscaping firm by the same name instead. The business is located between a cremat...
Tags: New York Post, Politics, New York, White House, US, Trends, Joe Biden, Bbc, News UK, Philadelphia, Biden, Giuliani, Google Maps, Donald Trump, Four Seasons, Rudy Giuliani


Mary Trump says her uncle, President Trump, will spend the transition period 'breaking stuff' with 'vengeance'

Mary Trump and her uncle President Donald Trump. ABC News/YouTube/Getty Images Mary Trump, the niece of President Donald Trump, said her uncle is likely to spend the transition period "breaking stuff" with "vengeance." Writing for The Observer, the president's niece says she's worried that he will "go as far" as delegitimizing the new administration and passing pardons that "will demoralize us." Her comments come as President-elect Joe Biden won the 2020 presidential election after a knife...
Tags: Politics, News, White House, New York City, US, Trends, Joe Biden, Bbc, Pennsylvania, Washington Dc, News UK, Biden, Donald Trump, Kamala Harris, Trump, Donald


New York Post Published Hunter Biden Report Amid Newsroom Doubts

The New York Post's front-page article about Hunter Biden on Wednesday was written mostly by a staff reporter who refused to put his name on it, two Post employees said.Bruce Golding, a reporter at the Rupert Murdoch-owned tabloid since 2007, did not allow his byline to be used because he had concerns over the article's credibility, the two Post employees said, speaking on the condition of anonymity out of fear of retaliation.Coming late in a heated presidential campaign, the article sug...
Tags: Post, New York Post, News, Senate, Joe Biden, Ukraine, New York Times, Fox News, Biden, Rupert Murdoch, Giuliani, Donald Trump, Wall Street Journal, Rudy Giuliani, Allan, Murdoch


I went undercover in the digital white supremacist movement for a year. I wasn't ready for what the research would do to me.

Writer Talia Lavin found her anger turning into hatred. Elizabeth Fernandez/Getty Images Talia Lavin is a freelance writer based in New York whose work has been featured in the New Yorker, the New York Times, the Washington Post, and more.  The following is an excerpt from her new book, "Culture Warlords: My Journey Into the Dark Web of White Supremacy." In it, she recounts her deep dive into the digital white supremacist movement while assuming multiple identities, including an "involunta...
Tags: Google, Europe, Politics, New York, News, Nazis, America, Trends, Strategy, Brooklyn, Harvard University, Iowa, Philip Roth, Hachette, Philadelphia, Nazi


ICON 2020 Preview: Author Nina Jankowicz on Disinformation and How Communicators Can Help Dispel It

Nina Jankowicz has made a career out of misinformation — but in a positive way. She is a Disinformation Fellow at the Wilson Center in Washington, D.C., where she studies the intersection of democracy and technology in Central and Eastern Europe. Her new book, “How to Lose the Information War: Russia, Fake News and the Future of Conflict” (Bloomsbury/I.B. Tauris), examines how the United States and other governments can better understand the motivations behind Russia’s information-warfare attack...
Tags: Washington, Russia, Pr, United States, Eastern Europe, Thought Leadership, Misinformation, PRSA, Wilson Center, New York Times The Washington Post, John Elsasser, Fake News, Disinformation, Tauris, Nina Jankowicz, PRSAICON


The Chris Voss Show Podcast – White Too Long: The Legacy of White Supremacy in American Christianity by Robert P. Jones

White Too Long: The Legacy of White Supremacy in American Christianity by Robert P. Jones PRRI.org Drawing on history, public opinion surveys, and personal experience, Robert P. Jones delivers a provocative examination of the unholy relationship between American Christianity and white supremacy, and issues an urgent call for white Christians to reckon with this legacy for the sake of themselves and the nation. As the nation grapples with demographic changes and the legacy of racism in...
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The New York Times Ends Apple News Partnership and Pulls All Articles (mac rumors)

The New York Times today announced that it is pulling out of Apple News, as the service does not "align with its strategy of building direct relationships with paying readers." Starting today, articles from The New York Times will no longer show up in the ‌Apple News‌ app. The news site says that Apple has given it "little in the way of direct relationships with readers" and "little control over the business." Rather than allowing its articles on ‌Apple News‌, The New York Times wants to dr...
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The New York Times Ends Apple News Partnership and Pulls All Articles

The New York Times today announced that it is pulling out of Apple News, as the service does not "align with its strategy of building direct relationships with paying readers." Starting today, articles from The New York Times will no longer show up in the ‌Apple News‌ app. The news site says that Apple has given it "little in the way of direct relationships with readers" and "little control over the business." Rather than allowing its articles on ‌Apple News‌, The New York Times wants to driv...
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Taiwan: Pariah and Poster Child

Editor’s Note: This is an expanded version of a piece we have published in the current issue of National Review.NRPLUS MEMBER ARTICLE I n the middle of the 20th century, there was an expression: “He had a good war.” It was unseemly, maybe, but everyone knew what the expression meant: The person in question had come out of World War II in good shape -- even advantaged. In the same way, we might say that Taiwan is having a good pandemic.Those words are terrible to type, but readers may indulge the...
Tags: Hong Kong, Europe, News, Congress, Australia, Washington, Senate, China, Taiwan, Beijing, United States, House, United Nations, Who, World Health Organization, Taipei


Biden denies former staffer’s sexual assault allegation

By ALEXANDRA JAFFE WASHINGTON  — Joe Biden denied a former Senate staffer’s allegation of sexual assault on Friday, saying “this never happened.” It’s the presumptive Democratic nominee’s first public comment on an accusation of sexual assault by his former Senate staffer, Tara Reade. He was to appear on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” to discuss the allegation for the first time on television. Biden said he will ask the National Archives to determine whether there is any record of such a complaint being ...
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The Worst Part About Trump’s War on the Press? It’s Working, Even in a Pandemic, Journalism Watchdog Reports

It’s alarming enough that tens of thousands of reporters, editors, researchers, and photographers, among others, are losing their jobs as more and more news outlets are being forced to shut down amid the economic carnage of the coronavirus pandemic, which has infected and even killed a growing number of journalists.All of which is hardly cause for the news media’s alleged “glee” and “delight” at the nationwide spread of COVID-19—the offensive claim of failed Republican presidential candidate-tur...
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Former aide accuses Biden of sexual assault, campaign denies it

Tara Reade, who worked briefly as a staff assistant in Biden's Senate office from December 1992 to August 1993, told the New York Times, the Washington Post and other news outlets that Biden pinned her against a wall in 1993 and reached under her shirt and her skirt. A campaign spokeswoman for Biden, the former vice president, said in a statement on Tuesday that the accusation was false. Reuters was unable to reach Reade or a representative for comment on Tuesday or to identify a lawyer repres...
Tags: News, Senate, Biden, Reuters, New York Times The Washington Post, Reade, Tara Reade


Trump Campaign Sues Small Wisconsin TV Station Over Critical Super PAC Ad

The owner of a northern Wisconsin television station is stumped as to why the President’s reelection campaign is suing over a critical super PAC ad it ran. “Why they selected my little station in Northern Wisconsin, I have no idea,” Rockfleet Broadcasting President R. Joseph Fuchs told TPM on the phone Monday. Rockfleet owns three stations including WJFW-TV, the NBC affiliate in Rhinelander, Wisconsin targeted by the campaign. Trump’s slim victory in Wisconsin in 2016 was key for his ultimate...
Tags: News, Nbc, Cnn, Hillary Clinton, PAC, Wisconsin, Donald Trump, Cecil, Trump, Fuchs, Electoral College, TPM, Northern Wisconsin, Heller, New York Times The Washington Post, Digital First Media


U.S. Officials Push for Expelling Suspected Chinese Spies at Media Outlets

Trump administration officials are discussing taking action after China said it would expel almost all American journalists for The New York Times, The Washington Post and The Wall Street Journal.
Tags: News, China, Censorship, Xi Jinping, Propaganda, Freedom Of The Press, Matthew, Federal Bureau of Investigation, Trump, Mike, Communist Party of China, Pompeo, New York Times The Washington Post, Donald J, United States International Relations, Espionage and Intelligence Services


Trump campaign files round of defamation suits

Donald Trump had a long record of filing defamation lawsuits before running for president, and as a candidate he famously vowed to “open up” libel laws to allow more suits. Now, over the past two weeks, his campaign has sued three news organizations, the New York Times, the Washington Post, and CNN, in each case alleging libel. [Eugene Volokh (summarizing Wall Street Journal coverage of Times and Post suits); Fadel Allassan, Axios (CNN suit)] Rep. Devin Nunes, a presidential ally, has filed seve...
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This Week in Photography: Understanding China

  Part 1. The Intro   Consider yourself warned. We’re going deep today. I’m writing on Thanksgiving, you’re reading on Black Friday, and these are highly-loaded days in America. In their honor, today, we’re doing a proper examination of these perilous, political times in the United States and China, Earth’s dueling super-powers. For my American analysis, you already know I’ve got the goods, as I’ve been spewing on about American politics since Rob gave me this platform. (Or, more accurately, sin...
Tags: Facebook, Hong Kong, Photography, England, Guantanamo Bay, Vladimir Putin, Obama, Mexico, China, Iraq, Russia, US, America, Afghanistan, David, United States


Meet the 34 DC healthcare power players who shape the rules for a $3.5 trillion industry that touches every American

The US spends more than $3.5 trillion on healthcare every year. Washington sets many of the rules and laws that shape the healthcare industry and determine which industry players profit. Business Insider selected 34 healthcare power players shaping healthcare policy and legislation in DC. The list includes doctors, CEOs, lobbyists, and lawyers who have made significant contributions to healthcare policy, which ultimately affects every American. Read on to see the full list of power players. Cl...
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Notre Dame front pages, Pulitzers by the numbers, Mayor Pete fronts NYMag: Publisher’s Brief

Welcome to the latest edition of Ad Age Publisher’s Brief, our roundup of news from the world of content producers across digital and print. Got a tip? Send it our way. Joining us late? Here's the previous edition. Notre Drame: Monday’s devastating fire at Notre-Dame de Paris—or just Notre Dame (sans hyphen), as most news organizations have been styling it—lands on newspapers front pages across the world this morning, including every major New York-based daily (The New York Times, The Wall St...
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Notre Dame front pages, Pulitzers by the numbers, Mayor Pete's NYMag cover: Publisher’s Brief

Welcome to the latest edition of Ad Age Publisher’s Brief, our roundup of news from the world of content producers across digital and print. Got a tip? Send it our way. Joining us late? Here's the previous edition. Notre Drame: Monday’s devastating fire at Notre-Dame de Paris—or just Notre Dame (sans hyphen), as most news organizations have been styling it—lands on newspaper front pages across the world this morning, including every major New York-based daily (The New York Times, The Wall Str...
Tags: Apple, Google, Spotify, New York, California, Washington, France, Advertising, San Francisco, Indiana, Atlantic, Brooklyn, New York Times, Paris, Manhattan, Npr


Nadler To Barr: Release Public Report Summaries Mueller’s Team Reportedly Wrote

House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerry Nadler wrote Attorney General Bill Barr Thursday to express his concerns over reports that members of special counsel Robert Mueller’s team were frustrated with how Barr has handled their report so far. Nadler said he found those reports “troubling” and called on Barr to release any summaries that the Mueller team had prepared for public consumption, as had been reported by the New York Times, the Washington Post and others. “If these recent reports ar...
Tags: News, Congress, Justice Department, Committee, Tierney Sneed, Democratic House, House Judiciary Committee, Mueller, Barr, Robert Mueller, New York Times The Washington Post, Nadler, Jerry Nadler, Bill Barr, Muckraker, Mueller Barr


Barr Looks Like He’s Trying to Protect Trump, Not Get Out the Mueller Report

Yuri Gripas/ReutersAttorney General Bill Barr's handling of the Mueller report has confirmed the worst suspicions of his critics, and is doing further damage the reputation of the Department of Justice. When Barr was nominated to be attorney general, many argued that he should not be confirmed or only confirmed if he agreed to recuse himself from overseeing the special counsel’s investigation into Russia’s attack on the 2016 election, as well as possible obstruction of justice by President T...
Tags: News, Congress, Washington Post, Russia, Nbc News, New York Times, Department Of Justice, Doj, Justice Department, Clinton, Trump, Preet Bharara, Comey, Mueller, Barr, Robert Mueller


How Mic, a digital media darling that raised $60 million, wound up firing all its staff and selling for $5 million

The millennial media darling Mic was sold recently for a fraction of its onetime presumed value. The company's cofounder Chris Altchek blamed Facebook for its failure to continue as a business to his staff. But Mic's leadership team built the company on an unwavering faith in Facebook that investors funded again and again.    On November 29, an emotional Chris Altchek stood before the 100-plus person staff of Mic. Altchek, the CEO and cofounder of the millennial news site, said Facebook had c...
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Even Halfhearted Prayer Can Change Things

When I first read Amy Julia Becker’s writing, I was struck by her honesty. She puts into words what the rest of us are thinking and feeling. She’s done that in the past in books about parenting her three kids and welcoming her daughter Penny, who has Down syndrome, into their family. Now she’s turned her attention to a bigger topic that affects us all. Her latest book, White Picket Fences: Turning toward Love in a World Divided by Privilege, is a memoir about race, class, and disability that ge...
Tags: Books, Religion, Guest Posts, Jesus, North Carolina, Princeton, Prayer, Penny, Princeton University, Trump, Unity, New York Times The Washington Post, Amy Julia Becker, NavPress, Amy Julia, Missie


Study of political junk on Facebook raises fresh questions about its metrics

A midterms election study of political disinformation being fenced by Facebook’s platform supports the company’s assertion that a clutch of mostly right-leaning and politically fringe Pages it removed in October for sharing “inauthentic activity” were pulled for gaming its engagement metrics. Though it remains unclear why it took Facebook so long to act against such prolific fakers — which the research suggests had been doping their metrics unchallenged on Facebook for up to five years. The t...
Tags: Social, Facebook, Advertising Tech, US, Social Media, Tech, Artificial Intelligence, United States, Facebook Groups, Hate Speech, Jones, Alex Jones, Breitbart, Albright, Facebook Page, Soros


The Senate Judiciary Committee – A Tale Of Two Internets

If you are liberal—and in this political climate, we’re calling readers of The New York Times, The Washington Post, and CNN liberals—you went on the internet this morning and saw a flood of #BelieveWomen tweets and women talking about how Blasey Ford’s testimony moved them to tears.  But if you are conservative, you went on the internet today and saw a deluge of #BackBrett tweets, a great deal about flying, and a lot of lamenting.
Tags: Art, Media, Cnn, Senate Judiciary Committee, New York Times The Washington Post, Blasey Ford, 09.28.18


Chief Trump tormenter Maxine Waters once alleged the CIA dumped drugs into America’s cities

In the Bible, God spoke directly to Abraham. He spoke directly to Moses. He spoke directly to Paul. After that, he went silent for a couple of thousand years. Then all of the sudden he decided to come out of his shell, and the first person he called was … Congresswoman Maxine Waters, D-Los Angeles! While addressing an audience at the First African Methodist Episcopal Church of Los Angeles, Auntie Maxine implied that her newfound role as Queen of the Resistance was directed by God. “You’ve gotta ...
Tags: California, Opinion, Washington, Sacramento, America, Los Angeles, Sport, Fbi, Soccer, Gop, New York Times, Cia, Los Angeles Times, Kamala Harris, James Comey, Trump


Reflections on St. Pope John Paul II’s Evangelium Vitae

Structure of Sin “. . .  it is no less true that we are confronted by an even larger reality, which can be called a veritable structure of sin. This reality is characterized by the emergence of a culture which denies solidarity and in many cases takes the form of a veritable ‘culture of death.’ This culture is actively fostered by powerful cultural, economic and political currents which encourage an idea of society excessively concerned with efficiency . . . .  a war of the powerful against t...
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Rudy: Trump Legal Team Should Get DOJ Memos On Alleged Campaign Informant

President Trump, in a meeting with top Justice Department officials Monday, was seeking that the Department turn over information about a reported informant the FBI used while investigating his presidential campaign, for use for his own legal team, Trump’s personal attorney Rudy Giuliani told Politico. “He wants them to turn over the information that exists about the informant to the House and Senate committees — all the memos they have,” Giuliani said, adding that memos documenting the informan...
Tags: News, Senate, White House, Politico, Russia, Fbi, House, Department Of Justice, Giuliani, Doj, Justice Department, Rudy Giuliani, Federal Bureau of Investigation, Trump, Tierney Sneed, Dni


Revealed: Storyful uses tool to monitor what reporters watch

News Corp subsidiary’s news verification plugin also used to monitor users’ social media browsingSoftware developed by a subsidiary of Rupert Murdoch’s News Corp to help journalists verify content on social media is also being used to monitor the videos and images viewed by reporters who use the tool.The technology was built by Storyful, an agency that finds, verifies and licenses newsworthy or viral social media content on behalf of media organisations, including the New York Times, the Washing...
Tags: Technology, Media, Privacy, Abc, Australia, US, Social Media, Digital Media, Privacy & the media, Media business, Rupert Murdoch, News Corporation, News Corp, Abc News, Storyful, New York Times The Washington Post