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This year, avoiding politics just ain’t gonna happen. Your Baby Boomer aunts will be despondent. The glass ceiling was supposed to shatter this year. Cousin Trevor, who has been marching against Trump since Election Day, is even bringing the girlfriend he met at a Bernie rally in Oakland. Trump will come up. You need to know how to handle it.

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Computer generated imagery (CGI) has come to play an increasingly important role in Hollywood, but a new lawsuit about ownership of computer generated characters raises complex issues of technology, creativity, and intellectual property.

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In this episode of the “New Skills Marketplace” podcast, Andy Smarick (AEI) and John Bailey (AEI) sit down with Tamar Jacoby from Opportunity America to talk about workforce development.

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Russia was using its money to influence both sides in order to advance the Kremlin’s interests. Any full and impartial investigation needs to follow the Russian money flowing into the coffers of the Clintons, their foundation and their top associates.

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India may have dodged the worst of communism’s excesses. But the ideology’s malign shadow has not entirely disappeared.

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The major point of agreement among Trump’s conservative critics is an important one: They think that he doesn’t have the character to lead the country well. But that agreement is not a substitute for having a clear and unified sense of where they want the Republican Party, and the country, to go.

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Without a U.S.-led initiative to limit Iran’s regional sway, U.S. allies will act on their own and escalate regional crises.

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Universities can reclassify their tuition waivers as scholarships and avoid major tax consequences.

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So while India strains corporate relations due to IP theft and risks health due to dodgy quality medicines, it is increasingly the strategic partner of choice in the region. After all, it’s hard to sustain tension with the two most populous countries in the world at the same time.

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It’s a realistic possibility that after the Trump years a Democrat takes office in 2025 at a time of trillion-dollar budget deficits and a historically high national debt. What would that Democratic president do?

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