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Sunday Roundup | Arianna Huffington — This week, the nation was once again shocked by the everyday, as a gunman killed nine at a community college in Oregon. It's the uniquely American gun paradox: how something so horrifying can be so routine. As a somber -- bordering on disgusted -- President Obama noted: "we've become numb to this."

Sunday Roundup | Arianna Huffington — This week, the nation was transfixed by the radical humility of Pope Francis. In the midst of an ugly campaign season already marked by xenophobia, scapegoating, and cruelty, this very different Pope brought a very different message.

Trump, le début de la fin: son épisode "Sarah Palin" — PRIMAIRES RÉPUBLICAINES - Chez les candidats qui jouent sur le bluff, il arrive toujours un moment où ils franchissent la ligne de la légitimité, ou de l'illégitimité (selon votre point de vue), même pour les médias qui ne vivent que pour les bonnes audiences que ces candidats-showmans leur fournissent.

O começo do fim para Trump: O momento Sarah Palin para ele — Publicado: Há um momento na vida política de todo candidato de personalidade exuberante, aquele que mais late do que morde, em que ele vai além do limite da legitimidade, ou da ilegitimidade (dependendo da sua perspectiva). Isso vale até mesmo para a mídia, viciada na audiência gerada por esses candidatos-showmen.

The Beginning of the End for Trump: His Sarah Palin Moment — There comes a moment in the political life of every big-personality, more-sizzle-than-steak candidate when they step across the line of legitimacy, even for media addicted to the high ratings these candidate-entertainers provide. That moment for Sarah Palin was her Katie Couric interview in 2008 -- the hockey-mom-has-no-clothes revealing from which she, and the McCain campaign, never recovered.
Sep 22, 2015

"Cracks are appearing in Trump's latest Trump-branded edifice." @ariannahuff

Sep 22, 2015

whoa — Ariana Huffington, blogging in her entertainment section, doesn't think Donald Trump will win…

Sep 22, 2015

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Sunday Roundup | Arianna Huffington — This week, 23 million of us tuned in to watch a debate among what Mike Huckabee called "The A-Team." He might be right, if the A stands for Alice in Wonderland, since through-the-looking-glass thinking was on full display. After multiple proud recitations of immigrant roots, the discussion moved on to how best to deport 11 million immigrants.

Live-tweeting the #GOPDebate

The Upside of Downtime Forum — Mark your calendars for the inaugural Upside of Downtime Forum, a dynamic discussion about the value of vacation and the need to fight America's work martyr syndrome. Join the conversation with Project: Time Off on September 22 from noon-6:00 p.m. at the Grand Hyatt New York in Midtown Manhattan.

Sunday Roundup | Arianna Huffington — This week, summer vacation ended for millions of Americans, as did the wait for two long-anticipated events. First, in Washington, the Iran nuclear agreement cleared its biggest hurdle, as opponents lost a key procedural vote in the Senate. Maybe former Vice President Dick Cheney, whose strong opposition to the deal is among the best arguments for it, provided the winning margin.

My Q and A With Michael Breus, aka The Sleep Doctor — Dr. Michael Breus is a clinical psychologist and author of The Sleep Doctor's Diet Plan: Lose Weight Through Better Sleep. In answer to my questions, he shared his thoughts on the major obstacles to getting a good night's sleep, the steps you can take to improve your sleep, and the future of sleep technology.
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Oct 06, 2015

Michigan lawmakers to introduce 21 bills targeting kids in the adult corrections system @dliebelson

Oct 06, 2015

A HuffPost photo essay that proves Latinos don't fit into a Census box, a stereotype or a mold #LatinosBreakTheMold

Oct 06, 2015

This baby lion was bred to be hunted. But one woman protected her. via @dodo

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