Host Meghna Chakrabarti talks with former inspector general of the NSA, Joel Brenner, about his new MIT report on cybersecurity recommendations for Trump. We also talk to CommonHealth's Richard Knox about why healthy people get cancer and Boston College's Thomas Groome on his pieces, "To Win Again, Democrats Must Stop Being The Abortion Party."
Among the politically distressed, is this syndrome -- toxic Trump-related concern concentrated among blue-voting people -- enough of a thing that it needs a name? Like maybe 'Post-Election Stress Disorder?' No, says a leading psychologist, but it is a "stress reaction" and the remedy is increasing a sense of control.
The Sugars return for Part 2 of "Dear Sugar Radio: The Writers Resist" at The Aladdin Theater in Portland, Oregon. They discuss how to counteract post-election cynicism with Zahir Janmohamed, writer and co-host of the podcast "Racist Sandwich," and they answer questions from the audience in rapid-fire fashion.
Next year, you may notice that your young doctor looks even more sleep-deprived than usual -- if the council that oversees American medical residencies approves a proposal allowing first-year residents to work 28 hours in a row, instead of the current limit of 16.
From Angelina Jolie to Ben Stiller to John Wayne to Michael Douglas, celebrity cancer revelations can be a double-edged sword, an expert says: They inform the public, but without expert insights, they can promote wrong ideas.