Murali Abinaov

11 Added | 1 Magazine | @MuraliAbinaov | I am a student at Okemos High School. I like to pay attention to both domestic and international politics, though I am far from unbiased. I spend the vast majority of my time either playing video games, watching youtube videos, or  watching twitch streams.

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Europe Is Back. And Rejecting Trumpism.

DAVOS, Switzerland — French President Emmanuel Macron laid claim to the mantle of leader of the free world on Wednesday, with an ambitious speech before a packed assembly at the World Economic Forum.<p>He sought to place France at the center of a mission to revamp global capitalism while spreading its …


Kaczynski: Poland will stand its ground in EU spat

Warsaw doesn't appear ready to back down as the EU targets its judicial reform. Jaroslaw Kaczynski, leader of the ruling Law and Justice party, has …

Charlottesville, Va., Police Chief Retiring, As Fallout From 'Unite the Right' Rally

The Charlottesville, Va., police chief who faced an onslaught of national criticism over the department’s handling of deadly violence at a white …

'This sucks hard': Smaller YouTubers feel screwed by the new monetisation rules

Aaron Meehan is a 28-year-old vlogger and writer based in Dublin who posts game review videos to YouTube several times a week. His channel, SG Gaming Info, doesn't bring him much revenue, but the money he earns from ads is a nice incentive to keep posting. He isn't currently employed, and views …


Federal report says 2017 shattered US damage record for natural disasters Video

An onslaught of wildfires, hurricanes, tornadoes, floods and other natural disasters across the nation in 2017 caused $306.2 billion in damage, …

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The Dangerous Media Paradox of the Digital Age

In an era of abundance, media consumers know more and understand less.<p>(A version of this column originally appeared on<p><b>Lawrence O'Donnell</b>, a star host on a cable news “place for politics,” says there's no doubt: political reporting was better in 1968. It might seem counterintuitive but …