Politics

Do Our Dreams About Politicians Have a Deeper Cultural Meaning?
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One psychologist breaks down eight years of Obama dreams.
How the Brexit Vote Appears to Have Affected the World's Sleep
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The Jawbone data paints an interesting portrait.
Polyamory and the Social Politics of Sleep
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Polyamory rights campaigner and author Dr. Redfern Jon Barrett explains how he and his two partners tackle the peculiarities of sleeping in a loving, modern relationship.
You Told Us Your Dreams About the Election. We Illustrated the Craziest Ones.
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Hilary dominates the Donald in basketball. Bernie leads survivors of the zombie apocalypse. This election has definitely seeped into our psyches.
Study: We'll Accept Advice From Anyone When We're Sleep Deprived
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The sleep-deprived are more likely to take advice — and less likely to care who's giving it.
Study: Hardcore Conservatives Like Ted Cruz Have a Specific Type of Bias
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They see doom and gloom everywhere.
How John Lennon and Yoko Ono's Bed-In Turned Sleep into a Political Movement
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On March 25th, 1969 John Lennon and Yoko Ono staged a "Bed-In" at the Amsterdam Hotel to protest the Vietnam war. The act helped transform sleep into a means of political expression.
(Almost) Everything Major in "House of Cards" Happens in the Bedroom
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Some background before you binge on season four.
To Nudge or Not to Nudge: The Ethics of Waking Up Subway Sleepers
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Commuter ethics are complicated.
Donald Trump is Too Picky to Sleep on the Campaign Trail
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He of the golden coif does not sleep in Holiday Inns.