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New ‘JAMA’ Study Finds Link To Flu Vaccination In First Trimester And Autism: So Why Are Headlines Reporting The Opposite? [Opinion]

A new study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association has found an increase in cases of autism for babies born to mothers who received a flu vaccination in the first trimester, yet headlines are reporting that no link was found. Show More Summary

Weekly Legal Education Roundup

ABA Journal, Are these law schools the most underrated? Above the Law, First Monday Musings By Dean Vik Amar: Thoughts On The ABA’s Proposed Tightening Of Bar Pass Standards Above the Law, Who’s To Blame For School’s ‘Horrific’ Bar Results? Maybe The California Bar Examiners Robert Anderson (Pepperdine), The California...

How Donald Trump Might Have Dodged $3 Million In Taxes On His Own Trump Force One

2 hours agoVehicles / Cars : Jalopnik

After digging into Donald Trump’s financial disclosures and corporate filings, The Wall Street Journal found that the president-elect’s two planes and three helicopters are clouded in strange, convoluted business practices designed to save the real estate mogul millions in taxes. Read more...

Tom Brady, Matt Cassel and the Patriots' Great Prank War of 2006

Matt Cassel (16) learned the hard way: don’t mess with Tom Brady. (AP) In 2006, I was with the Providence Journal and in my first year covering the New England Patriots. I remember walking into the locker room for player access one day and being confused – and amused – at the sight of three large tires in front of Matt Cassel’s locker. Show More Summary

Women Can Read Maps Just As Well As Men, Thank You Very Much

2 hours agoNews : Huffington Post

Ladies, listen up: Should you find yourself wandering an unknown city with a dude who is questioning your directional abilities, don’t doubt yourself. A recent small study published in the journal Psychological Science found that the longstanding theory that women have a more difficult time reading maps isn’t true. Show More Summary

US Waters Finally Showing Signs of Fukushima Radiation

Moving at a pace "roughly twice the speed of a garden snail," the plume of nuclear radiation created by the Fukushima disaster has finally crossed the Pacific Ocean and arrived off the West Cost of the US, the Statesman Journal reports. Following a massive earthquake and tsunami in 2011, contaminated...

Donald Trump's Interior Secretary Doesn't Want to Combat Climate Change

On Friday the Wall Street Journal reported that Donald Trump has chosen Washington Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers, chair of the House Republican Conference, to be his Secretary of Interior. The Interior Department is responsible for three...Show More Summary

An Accidental Look Back: Pundits, The Press, And Trump

OK, I admit I am a bit behind on my reading as I recently perused the April 30th edition of The Wall Street Journal. Albeit accidentally, it was a good exercise as I read David Greenberg's extensive column comparing the Republicans'Show More Summary

Kafka's Notorious Sex Hangups Were Actually Pretty Normal, Says Biographer

3 hours agoArts : Modern Art Notes

Well, normal for his place and time. What's more, his buddy Max Brod, notorious womanizer, had them, too, if we can believe his journal.

Calling On The Plane

3 hours agoTechnology : VoIPWatch

I don't know what the big debate is about when it comes to making calls from airplanes. USA Today and other media outlets, including the Wall Street Journal all covered what is a religious like debate between the FAA, the FTC and various...Show More Summary

News: Report: AirPods delay due to problems with wireless audio synchronization

3 hours agoTechnology / Mobile : iLounge

A new report in The Wall Street Journal sheds some insight on the reasons for Apple’s delay in shipping its new AirPods wireless earphones. Citing people familiar with the product’s development, the report explains that the main reason...Show More Summary

Trump Eyeing Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers For Interior Department

4 hours agoNews : Huffington Post

WASHINGTON ? President-elect Donald Trump is expected to nominate Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R-Wash.) to serve as his secretary of interior, The Wall Street Journal reported Friday morning. As chair of the Republican conference, McMorris Rodgers is the fourth-ranking Republican in the House and the highest ranking woman in Republican leadership. Show More Summary

Can journalism be virtual?

In June 2003, the San Francisco company Linden Labs launched a Massively Multiplayer Online Role Playing Game called Second Life. It quickly grew to over a million users, and has become a touchstone for the potential social adoption of virtual worlds. While other such games, like World of Warcraft, have seen far wider adoption, the creators of Second Life insist...

Illinois Church Refuses Donations Of Christmas Toys For Poor Kids, Because They Came From A Bar

An Illinois church has refused a donation of Christmas toys and other household goods for poor families because the donations came from a bar, The Peoria Journal Star is reporting. For almost 40 years, Operation Sleighbell has helped...Show More Summary

Cathy McMorris Rodgers for Interior

The Washington state congresswoman is Trump’s choice for Secretary of the Interior according to the Wall Street Journal. “Ms. McMorris Rodgers, a senior member of the House of Representatives, if confirmed by the Senate, would lead Mr. Trump’s efforts to open up federal lands and waters to fossil-fuel development and reverse environmental policies the Obama [...]

Trump Picks Rodgers for Interior Secretary

Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R-WA), the highest-ranking woman in the House Republican leadership, is expected to be announced as Donald Trump’s secretary of the interior, the Wall Street Journal reports. “Ms. McMorris Rodgers, a senior member of the House of [...]

Nonfiction: Found: 148 Diaries. But Who Wrote Them?

In “A Life Discarded,” the biographer Alexander Masters sets out to learn who wrote scores of journals found in a trash bin.

New Evidence Shows How Bacterium in Undercooked Chicken Causes GBS

A Michigan State University research team is the first to show how a common bacterium found in improperly cooked chicken causes Guillain-Barre Syndrome, or GBS. The federally funded research, now published in the Journal of Autoimmunity, not only demonstrates how this food-borne bacterium, known as Campylobacter jejuni, triggers GBS, but offers new information for a cure.

Creating a "fake news" tag and applying it retrospectively.

I'd been avoiding it, sticking to "journalism" and "propaganda" and "fake" — all well-established tags on this blog. But today, I gave in — because "fake news" is not just the subject of fake news. It also means the deployment of the term "fake news" and that's something I need to keep track of. Show More Summary

Unity Farm Journal - Second Week of December 2016

Every night, Kathy and I sit by the fire and debrief on the events of the day. What rescue animals did we take on? What new projects need to be started? Is there new infrastructure required? Were their notable events at Unity Farm and...Show More Summary

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