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NYC Antiquities Dealer Sues WSJ over Story

A New York antiquities dealer, Hicham Aboutaam, is suing the Wall Street Journal for suggesting he and his brother have sold items looted by ISIS. (Sydney Smith, 'NYC Antiquities Dealer Sues WSJ over ISIS Looting Investigations Story' Media Ethics July 22, 2017). Show More Summary

WATCH: Only 30 people show up to Trump supporters’ anti-‘fake news’ protest outside CNN HQ

16 hours agoNews : The Raw Story

A group of Trump supporters gathered outside of CNN’s headquarters in Atlanta in an attempt to protest against “fake news” on Saturday — but the sparsely attended rally only drew an estimated 30 people. The Atlanta Journal Constitution reports that the protest, which was...

What Does the Average 20-Something Know About Money?

If you haven't already heard, a lot of people think that millennials are bad at money. In fact, back in 2014, The Wall Street Journal stated that adults under the age of 35 had a savings rate of negative 2 percent. Instead of takingShow More Summary

IT’S COME TO THIS: Feminist Launches Class On How To Combat ‘Hyper-Masculinized’ Journalism. …

IT’S COME TO THIS: Feminist Launches Class On How To Combat ‘Hyper-Masculinized’ Journalism. I dunno, sister, are you ready for this?

Pediatric OCD and Its Effects on Family

A study published in the March 17, 2017 issue of the Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry concludes that pediatric obsessive-compulsive disorder negatively affects not only the children who suffer from it, but also their parents. At the risk of sounding snarky, […]

Jared Kushner Revises Financial Disclosure Form With Dozens of Assets He Initially Omitted

18 hours agoNews : Mediaite

Amid all the other big news yesterday, The Wall Street Journal reported on Jared Kushner revising his financial disclosure form to include dozens of assets he had "inadvertently omitted."

Kevin Hassett and Donald Luskin Do Not Under Norwegian Tax Law

Brad DeLong reminds us of Kevin DOW 36000 Hassett second dumbest moment giving credit to Mark Thoma for the original take down of Hassett’s Laffer trick: The Wall Street Journal says Kevin Hassett has discovered the Laffer curve, but I think these data might say something else... Show More Summary

Sean Spicer allegedly swiped a mini-fridge from an office of junior staffers in the dark

Former White House press secretary Sean Spicer was forced to take a mini-fridge from junior White House staffers' office early in his tenure, The Wall Street Journal reported on Friday. A few weeks into his new job, The Journal said,...Show More Summary

Anthony Scaramucci reportedly refers to Sean Spicer as Melissa McCarthy

New White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci referred to former press secretary Sean Spicer as Melissa McCarthy to people within the White House, The Wall Street Journal reported on Friday. The Journal's report cited several Trump administration officials in its claim. Show More Summary

No Respect for Sean Spicer

Wall Street Journal: “Less than a month into his new job, White House press secretary Sean Spicer needed to keep his food and drink cold. He wanted a mini-fridge. He dispatched a top aide to a nearby executive office building [...]

WSJ Opens Sean Spicer Sendoff Article With Delightfully Strange Story Of His Mini-Fridge Theft

23 hours agoNews : Mediaite

Sean Spicer resigned today as White House Press Secretary, and as such, numerous news outlets are writing send-offs that encapsulate Spicer's odd place in national political and cultural history. The Wall Street Journal's Michael C. Bender provided such an example, which led with a unique story that provided insight into Spicer's scrappy, can-do spirit.

Happy Hour Podcast 129 | Clips meets Disney/Pixar, new Apple VPs, and the latest iPhone 8 rumors

23 hours agoTechnology / Apple : 9 to 5 Mac

This week Benjamin and Zac discuss changes in watchOS 4 beta 3, the first major update to Apple’s Clips app, detailed new emoji coming later this year, Apple’s new Machine Learning Journal, new VP roles at the company, and the latest...Show More Summary

MiB: Jesse Eisinger on Why No One Went to Jail

This week, we sit down with journalist Jesse Eisinger, author of The Chickenshit Club: Why the Justice Department Fails to Prosecute Executives. He was previously at the Wall Street Journal, and Conde Nast Portfolio, and is currently at Pro Publica, where he won a Pulitzer Prize for reporting on various CDOs. Show More Summary

Pulitzer Prize-Winning WSJ Writer Found Dead In Manhattan Apartment

Joseph Rago, a Wall Street Journal opinion writer, has died at age 34. Rago's body was found in his Manhattan apartment on Thursday night. [ more › ]

Going After Wives And Pets: Things That Are Important In Anti-Trump World

This is real journalism at work. First up, CNN’s Chris Cillizza things he has a major, major scoop Donald Trump is the first president in 150 years not to own

Predatory Journals Hit By 'Star Wars' Sting

A number of so-called scientific journals have accepted a Star Wars-themed spoof paper. The manuscript is an absurd mess of factual errors, plagiarism and movie quotes. I know because I wrote it. Inspired by previous publishing "stings", I wanted to test whether 'predatory' journals would publish an obviously absurd paper. Show More Summary

Heavy cannabis use: bad for bone health

p { margin-bottom: 0.1in; line-height: 120%; }a:link { } From the green journal: The effects of cannabinoids on bone mass and bone turnover in humans are unknown. Using a cross-sectional study design we found that heavy cannabis use is associated with low body mass index, high bone turnover, low bone density, and an increased risk of fracture.

Four Work-Life Questions To Ponder On Vacation This Summer

Print this out and take it someplace without any Wi-Fi. You packed your favorite journal and a couple of pens. You planned some time on the beach, or left an afternoon empty to find a table at an outdoor cafe where you can grab an ice-cold...Show More Summary

Newswire: Holy crap, The A.V. Club won an Eisner Award

Congratulations are due to our own Oliver Sava, Caitlin Rosberg, Shea Hennum, and Tegan O’Neil, who just won a 2017 Eisner Award for Best Comics-Related Periodical/Journalism! The awards were held earlier tonight at the epicenter ofShow More Summary

Bill, Benny and Jimmy

yesterdayMusic / Jazz : JazzWax

In The Wall Street Journal this week, my monthly "Anatomy of a Song" column looked at Alice Cooper's Eighteen, a potent hard-rock single in 1970 about teenage uncertainty and self-doubt (go here). The song became the band's first hit just...        

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