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CNN, NBC News Don’t Have Front Page Coverage of Clinton Foundation Scandal

ABC News and CBS News did have several articles on the Clinton Foundation, such as CBS News’ article on Donna Brazile defending the pay-to-play scandal and ABC News highlighting Clinton Foundation officials’ requests to have lunch with State Department officials. But, CNN and NBC News did not have any Clinton Foundation scandal news on their […]

'SOS' in Sand Leads to Rescue of Two People Stranded on Island

3 minutes agoMilitary / US Military : Navy News

The U.S. Coast Guard says two stranded mariners were rescued Friday after crews saw their "SOS" in the sand.

Key West on the Short List for New Navy Drone Base

3 minutes agoMilitary / US Military : Navy News

Key West is on the U.S. Navy's short list to become its East Coast home base for a drone system.

Oliver North Interviews Sheriff David Clarke on Police, Black Lives Matter

NRA News produces ‘Frontlines’, and in one of their latest pieces, Lt. Col. Oliver North interviews Sheriff David Clarke on the dangers that police officers face and the rise of the Black Lives Matter (known to some as BLM) movement. In the interview, Sheriff Clarke calls the BLM movement “a political construct that has nothing to do […]

Is Ethanol Better or Worse for the Environment?

Ethanol may be good for the agricultural community that gets to divert crops to supplement gas but it may not be too good for the environment. That's according to a study just released from the University of Michigan, which says that crops used to make biofuels only about 37 percent of the carbon that is later released into the atmosphere.

Lost Value Costing of Trash Builds a Bridge to the Circular Economy

One of the most talked about topics in the sustainability world today is the Circular Economy and its goal of making materials infinitely reusable - eliminating the concept of waste.

Trump, Ailes Met Sunday to Work On Debate Prep

"Over bacon cheeseburgers, hot dogs and glasses of Coca-Cola, they test out zingers and chew over ways to refine the Republican nominee’s pitch."

AM BRIEFING: Does Spotify Bury "Exclusive" Acts? • Britney Is NOT Apple Exclusive • Nashville Gets 100K Watts Of Americana • More

Monday 8.29.16 Music Business News From Around The Web Streaming 2.0: The debate over exclusives is the best thing that's happened to music fans so far this year. Updated continuously under our More News tab

Culver’s Grows 19 “Thank You Farmers” Mazes

40 minutes agoIndustries / Agriculture : AgWired

From food to fuel, there are more than 4,000 uses for corn across the world. This year Culver’s restaurants added one more use to the list: thanking farmers. The restaurant chain wouldn’t be what it is today without the hardworking farmers who grow the food that’s proudly served in its restaurants. That’s why Culver’s worked with farmers across the country... Read More

Sore Loser? Jeb Bush Mentions Trump’s Morphing on Immigration Stance

From the Los Angeles Times: As Donald Trump softens his harsh rhetoric on immigration, Jeb Bush has issued his own critique: The GOP nominee is “morphing” and Bush doesn’t like it. “All the things that Donald Trump railed against, he seems to be morphing into — it’s kind of disturbing,” Bush, who was trounced by […]

Will Updated Toxic Substances Control Act Regulate Asbestos?

Sen. Barbara Boxer (D-Calif.), has sent a letter to the EPA saying asbestos should be reviewed under the newly reformed Toxic Substances Control Act.

India’s telecoms sector: brave new world or wild west?

This article was authored by Lachlan Colquhoun, and was originally posted on telecomasia.net. India’s telecoms sector is the industry’s brave new world, but at times like this it can also seem like the frontier wild west.... [visit site to read more]

Real World Evidence & Market Access USA 2016

Eyeforpharma’s Real World Evidence & Market Access USA 2016 SummitNovember 9-10, 2016 | PhiladelphiaInnovative drugs, with ever-improving outcomes, are the future of any pharma company. But for most of us, our ability to form partnerships and develop new value propositions in a patient-centric world are now just as important – if not more so. Show More Summary

Iconic Golden Gate Bridge Toll Plaza May Give Way to Gantry

San Francisco Examiner reports, “Drivers are crashing into the Golden Gate Bridge toll plaza more than ever before” in an article about the bridge district’s consideration of a plan to replace the toll plaza structure with a gantry that will support its upgraded electronic tolling hardware. Show More Summary

Monday morning feel good stories

Jamal Randolf forced his way into a home in Sioux City, Iowa. He assaulted one of the residents there. Another resident stabbed Randolf who was taken to the hospital with a non-life-threatening wound. In Tampa, Florida, two home invasion suspects, Leanys Rodriquez, 27, and Carlos Anthony Rodriguez, 28, were injured by gunfire from a resident […]

Apollo Takes Rackspace Private

I left early to take my eldest daughter to her first year in college, so of course by Murphy's Law there was an acquisition 5 minutes later!  The rumor that Apollo Global Management was looking to buy out Rackspace turned out to be completely true.  ... [visit site to read more]

MTV VMA 2016 - A Full List Of Winners

At last night's 2016 MTV Video Music Awards, Beyonce stole the show with a "Lemonade" inspired performance, Drake all but proposed to rumored girlfriend Rihanna and Britney Spears hit the stage with a performance that proved the creative distance between her and Ms. B. Here is a full list of...

Horace Mann, Common Schools and the Myth of Educating for Democracy

By Timothy Scott Common Schools were established to be an autocratic apparatus that could pacify and instill loyalty in the industrial empire’s “citizen subjects” by disciplining their minds to control their bodies. As a compulsory mass...Show More Summary

Swallowable Battery to Power Ingestible Devices

At the National Meeting & Exposition of the American Chemical Society in Philadelphia this week, researchers from Carnegie Mellon University have reported on a battery they developed that can be swallowed and later degraded safely by the GI system. Show More Summary

New Microscopy Technique Identifies and Quantifies Bacterial Infections in Minutes

A European scientific collaboration headed by scientists at ICFO-The Institute of Photonic Sciences in Barcelona, Spain, has produced a small microscope that can help to quickly identify bacterial pathogens and presence of certain biomarker proteins. Show More Summary

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