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Causes of depression may change with age | Newsmax
Different types of problems are most likely to afflict people at different times of life, so common risk factors for depression change over the years, too, Dutch researchers say. Patricia Arean, a professor of psychiatry and behavioral sciences at the UW, is quoted.
Arean.Patricia  !UWitM  2017  Department:Psychiatry&Behavioral.Sciences  Newsmax 
april 2017 by uwnews
Indivisible Guide
Exposed! "Newsmax has obtained a 26-page manual." Obtain it at via
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february 2017 by jasonpjason
Inside Ailes' War Room: Megyn Was the Last Straw
Fox News anchor Megyn Kelly's stunning silence amid Roger Ailes' sexual harassment scandal was the point at which the embattled CEO knew his storied career at the network he founded was over, ABC News reports.
Pocket  fox  news  media  newsmax  politics  roger  ailes  sexual  harassment 
july 2016 by silver25u
Grid Is Far from Being Secure
Today’s Washington Free Beacon reveals a dangerous deception. In reports to federal regulators, an electric utilities group has repeatedly downplayed the danger of cyber warfare against America’s most critical infrastructure: the electric “grid."
Newsmax  grid  security  cyberthreats  column 
june 2016 by eversourcenh
Chris Christie to NJ Flood Victims: 'Want Me to Go Down There With a Mop?'
Chris Christie to NJ Flood Victims: 'Want Me to Go Down There With a Mop?' via Newsmax_Media
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january 2016 by Vietvet52
Newsmax: S&P Lobbies for Self While Downgrading US
McGraw-Hill, S&P’s parent company, spent more than $11 million on lobbying during the past 15 years, including at least $1 million on S&P-related legislation, The Washington Post reported.

The firm’s employees also have given more than $500,000 in contributions to federal candidates since 1989, primarily to Democrats, according to an analysis of federal disclosure records by the Sunlight Foundation.
debtrating  s&p  lobbying  campaigncontribution  newsmax  blog 
september 2011 by sunlightfoundation
Newsmax, a Compass for Conservative Politics - Jeremy W. Peters, New York Times
Newsmax, the magazine and Web site that Mr. Ruddy founded more than a decade ago, is the right-wing populist’s Time or Newsweek. With a paid circulation of 230,000, the magazine reaches more homes than the Weekly Standard or National Review, two of the higher brow pillars of American conservatism, by offering what Mr. Ruddy says is “news that Americans in the heartland would like to see.
Christopher_Ruddy  Newsmax 
july 2011 by jrick

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