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Skeletal remains from Milner Hall, a new excavation area in Sterkfontein Caves

This month, the Journal of Human Evolution has published a short paper from Dominic Stratford and colleagues describing two hominin fossils from Milner Hall, a new excavation area within Sterkfontein Caves. One of the authors is my UW-Madison colleagues, Travis Pickering. Show More Summary

Winners and Losers Of The New Hampshire Debate

The night got off to a really weird start when Ben Carson did this. Boy that was awkward #GOPDebate https://t.co/0I285QSiR2 — Independent Journal (@INJO) February 7, 2016 Was that stage

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7 hours agoIndustries / Law : Overlawyered

Unions flex muscle against Ohio Democratic legislative hopeful Ben Lindy over his student research for the Yale Law Journal, which found that teacher collective bargaining did not have uniformly favorable effects on student achievement...Show More Summary

A Night of Tweets: UFC Fight Night Las Vegas

Mixed martial arts journalism is a serious business. Following the MMA community on Twitter, is not. The following is a light-hearted (and sometimes insightful) look at how the combat sports world viewed UFC Fight Night “Hendricks vs. Thompson” via social media.

Why The Web Is So Slow And What It Tells Us About The Future Of Online Journalism

Online journalism is under attack from ad blockers, but by optimizing the web of thousands of requests from hundreds of domains that make up online news articles, the industry could put mobile first

Where Are The Muckrakers When We Need Them?

Enough with sensationalism; this 2016 presidential campaign could use some old-fashioned journalism.

Why Theranos Will Decide The Future of Medical Innovation

Theranos claims to perform blood tests from a droplet of blood but serious concerns were raised by the Wall Street Journal about their technology. They still don’t have a validation study, they are struggling with decision makers, they need to respond to a government agency, and now they are looking for a writer who can […]

Be Heard: PLOS BLOGS Reader Survey

PLOS serves its authors and readers through its suite of journals, community sites, social media and network of over 20 blogs. Your opinion is now sought to help PLOS shape the future of The PLOS

Pat Haden's biography: Highlights from the soon-to-retire USC athletic director's career

Pat Haden biography Age: 63. USC's athletic director since August 2010. Faculty appointment in USC's Marshall School of Business and the Annenberg School of Communication and Journalism. Was partner and managing director of Riordan, Lewis & Haden, a private equity firm, 1987-2010. Was an attorney...

Snuggling with Uber puppies is a pretty tough job (said no one ever)

Mashable's transportation reporter Nick Jaynes tried out Uber puppies and weighs in on their cuteness. Investigative journalism is a tough job, especially when it involves unpredictable animals like puppies. But when duty calls, duty calls. Read more... More about Puppies, Cute Animals, Uber, Startups, and Tech

Allison Wisk named L.A. Times state politics editor

Allison Wisk (@allisonwisk), an experienced political editor with an eye for accountability journalism and innovation, is joining The Times as California politics editor. Wisk has held a variety of leadership roles at the Dallas Morning News, where she has worked for more than 10 years. As deputy...

Struggling With Student Loan Debt? Here Are Some of Your Options

The class of 2015 was the most indebted in the history of the United States. According to the Wall Street Journal, over 70% of these graduates held some form of student loan debt, with the average being just over $35,000. Student loan debt has been a growing issue over the last decade. Show More Summary

Capital Journal Friday PM: GOP Attacks Don’t Give Full Picture of Defense Budgets, More

What to expect at the Republican debate in New Hampshire, and more of the biggest news stories and exclusive features from Washington on politics, policy, financial regulation and defense.

If You Defund Planned Parenthood Lots of Welfare Babies Will be Born? Study Proves That’s False

A recent New England Journal of Medicine study has the mainstream media swooning. Ever since Texas excluded Planned Parenthood from its state health-care program in 2011, countless media outlets have been eager to find evidence of negative public-health consequences. At first glance, the NEJM study appears to serve that purpose nicely. It purportedly shows that […]

Trump Stays Strong, Cruz Drops in New Hampshire: Polls

With four days until voters head to the polls in New Hampshire, Donald Trump's lead over his closest rivals, while still strong in the state, has narrowed, according to new polls from The Wall Street Journal and The Boston Globe. Thirty percent of likely Republican primary voters still prefer Trump, according to the Journal. Show More Summary

Nap Eyes – Thought Rock Fish Scale [album review]

yesterdayMusic / Indie Music : HearYa

Photo by Colin Medley Their first album, Whine Of The Mystic, sort of arrived out of nowhere when Paradise of Bachelor heard it, liked it and re-released it to the world. Plaudits followed from buffoons like me and respected journalists as well. Soon, people were expecting a second album, leading to the dreaded sophomore album. [...]

Vibration Allergies Are Real and Appear to be Caused by a Genetic Mutation

A rare skin allergy triggered by vibrations is caused by a genetic mutation, according to a new study published Wednesday in The New England Journal of Medicine. Researchers at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) have uncovered critical...Show More Summary

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