Cool ABA Journal cover of my friend and co-blogger (The Legal Whiteboard, a member of our Law Professor Blogs Network) Bill Henderson (Indiana), What the Jobs Are: New Tech and Client Needs Create a New Field of Legal Operations: In this article, Indiana University law professor William Henderson, who helped...
Scientists engineered stem cells to better understand the mechanisms behind a form of leukemia caused by changes in a key gene, according to a study led by Mount Sinai researchers and published online today in the journal Cell Repor...
On October 14, Library Journal and School Library Journal will host their sixth annual virtual conference, “The Digital Shift: Libraries Connecting Communities.” OverDrive is a Platinum Sponsor of the conference, and LJ reached out to...Show More Summary
How much would it cost if I had to fly from Port Harcourt to Geneva on Monday, and then back to Abuja on Tuesday, and then to New York on Wednesday, and back to Port Harcourt on Thursday...? Quite a fortune right? But I did just that this week with Zero naira, zero kobo when: I strolled with Ms. Show More Summary
“If it bleeds it leads,” the old saying goes. For alt-weekly lovers and fans of good journalism in general, “Philadelphia City Paper to Cease Publication” was that type of story—a stab in the heart as another publication bit the dust. A company called Broad Street Media, which owns the competing Philadelphia Weekly, announced Sept. 30 that it had “acquired the...
After the rookie manager he chose to lead his playoff-ready franchise was fired Monday morning, Nationals General Manager Mike Rizzo admitted he would value experience more in this year’s search than he did last time. In 2013, he admitted, his front office culled candidates from a more limited, less experienced pool. Show More Summary
Shares of EMC (EMC) are up 41 cents, or 1.8%, at $26.38, following the story late yesterday by Liz Hoffman, Dana Mattioli and Joann Lublin of The Wall Street Journal stating that privately held Dell is in “advanced talks” to buy the company, with the help of private equity shop Silver Lake, citing multiple unnamed sources. Shares […]
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Gannett, the publishing company that owns USA TODAY and media businesses in 92 local markets, said late Wednesday that it has agreed to buy Journal Media Group for about $280 million, following through on a strategy of acquiring additional...Show More Summary
Photograph courtesy of Stahlmandesign/Flickr Is it possible that humans affect animals more than nuclear waste? A new study published in the journal Current Biology concludes just that, finding flourishing wildlife among Chernobyl’sShow More Summary
Last month, I posted this on the sister blog at the Washington Post: Under the subject line, “My best friend from 1st grade wrote this article,” Joshua Vogelstein pointed me to pointed me to an article in the journal Marketing Science... Show More Summary
Winston-Salem Journal: State attorneys want a federal judge to dismiss the legal challenge to North Carolina’s voter-identification law before the March 2016 presidential primary, according to court documents filed Wednesday. And though the plaintiffs, including the North Carolina chapter of … Continue reading ?
Today Hillary Clinton will roll out a raft of new proposals to curb Wall Street risk-taking and boost accountability for financial misconduct. Among them, the Wall Street Journal reports, are a tax on certain types of short term speculation and an extension of the statute of limitations on prosecuting financial crimes. This comes after Clinton […]
Nebraska - Drug Related Murdered Leads To Murder Charges For 3, Including A 12 Year OldWE ALREADY KNOW that the "Civil Rights Pharisees" will see the OUTRAGE in THIS PICTURE of a 12 year old - BUT WILL ACCEPT NO BLAME for the conditions of the "Mission Accomplished Colonization Zone" in Nebraska that they TROLL FOR BLACK VOTES.
Svetlana Alexievich’s works often blend literature and journalism. She is best known for giving voice to women and men who lived through World War II, the Soviet occupation of Afghanistan that lasted from 1979 to 1989, and the Chernobyl nuclear disaster of 1986.
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... to Svetlana Alexievich, of Belarus.In an interview posted on the press’s website, Ms. Alexievich said her technique of blending journalism and literature was inspired by the Russian tradition of oral storytelling. “I decided to collect the voices from the street, the material lying about around me,” she said. Show More Summary
BEAN-COUNTING IN AN INFERNO — New York’s mostly male FDNY begins a “diversity” initiative, Matthew Hennessey warns at City Journal: If diversity training is a dead end, why is Mayor de Blasio insisting upon it? Because, like most progressives, his idea of social justice involves the “fundamental transformation” of society—and that project must necessarily begin […]
Here’s the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reporting on the Bucks, whose head coach Jason Kidd had a legend from another sport come in and talk to his squad: Kidd brought in former San Francisco 49ers defensive back Ronnie Lott to talk to the team Wednesday. Lott was one of the most feared tacklers in NFL history and famously had his [...]