James Comey could be the one to lead us back to our better selves

Today, we look at British Prime Minister Theresa May’s unmet expectations, Catalonia’s call for independence, and war that’s tearing the Philippines apart.
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FOLLOW COMEY’S LEAD: Former FBI Director James Comey could be the one to lead us back to our better selves after Thursday’s testimony, FP’s James Traub writes: Read more
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NO HOPE FOR TRUMP?: The Trump administration has no room to breathe easy after Comey’s testimony, FP’s Max Boot writes: Read more
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MAY’S MISTAKE: British Prime Minister Theresa May saw an election as a simple step on her Brexit checklist. Turns out not everyone felt the same way, FP’s Emile Simpson writes: Read more
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CATALONIA FIGHTS FOR FREEDOM: With Spain in denial, Catalonia is set to hold its own independence referendum this fall, FP’s Emily Tamkin writes: Read more
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CRISIS IN THE PHILIPPINES : Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte doesn’t hold back in the country’s war on terror, no matter how many civilian lives are sacrificed along the way, FP’s Jesse Chase-Lubitz writes: Read more
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Author: connie dello buono

Health educator, author and enterpreneur motherhealth@gmail.com or conniedbuono@gmail.com ; cell 408-854-1883 Helping families in the bay area by providing compassionate and live-in caregivers for homebound bay area seniors. Blogs at www.clubalthea.com Developing a new site, www.avatarcare.net , for early cancer detection using genetics tests, telemedicine with electronic appointment scheduling with doctors, video chat with doctors, matching care providers with health consumers and a health concierge for all to reduce chronic care cost, find cancer cure and coordinate health care using predictive medicine and participatory.

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