Informed Weekend: 10 Links I Learned from this Week (Vol. 2)

It’s time for the second installment of the Informed Weekend series. Here are the ten articles that I’ve learned from this week:

  1. The next president will have a huge impact on climate policy – even without Congress (Vox)
  2. Facebook Study Disputes Theory of Political Polarization Among Users (The New York Times)
    1. Related: Users are Main Filters of Political Content on Facebook (American Association for the Advancement of Science)
  3. No, Chris Cuomo, the Constitution doesn’t let the government ban hate speech (Vox)
  4. The 2016 Presidential Race: A Cheat Sheet (The Atlantic)
  5. U. S. Split Along Racial Lines on Backlash Against Police, Poll Finds (The Wall Street Journal)
  6. The Audacity of Ben Carson and Carly Fiorina (The Atlantic)
  7. The GOP presidential field is unusually diverse. But the party’s agenda isn’t (The Washington Post)
  8. Hillary just took a stunningly aggressive stance on immigration reform (Vox)
  9. How ‘Negative Partisanship’ Has Transformed American Politics (New York Magazine)
  10. Student Loan Facts They Wish They Had Known (The New York Times)

"Facebook Network Visualized with Gephi" by yaph (CC BY-SA 2.0)

“Facebook Network Visualized with Gephi” by yaph (CC BY-SA 2.0)

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