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Nats Journal: Emmanuel Burriss returns to D.C. as a National

Washington’s native son has been here before. In June 2008, Emmanuel Burriss, the pride of Wilson High and a first-round pick of the San Francisco Giants, played his first game in his home town against the Nationals. This time is different. Show More Summary

Nats Journal: Nationals-Giants discussion thread: Game 80

The Giants are back in D.C. for the first time since their 18-inning win in Game 2 of the National League Division Series. Right-hander Jake Peavy comes off the disabled list to face Gio Gonzalez. Ian Desmond is back in the Nationals lineup after getting a day off Thursday to work on his swing. Show More Summary

Nats Journal: Tonight’s Nationals-Giants lineups

Ian Desmond is back in the Nationals lineup Friday night to take on Giants’ right-hander Jake Peavy, who comes off the disabled list to face the Nationals in a rematch of the 2014 National League Division Series. The Nationals turn to left-hander Gio Gonzalez, who pitched an inning last Saturday before rain ended that start. Show More Summary

Two Fired Tenured Profs Sue Charleston Law School

Charleston Regional Business Journal, Fired Professors Sue Charleston Law School: Two former tenured faculty members at the Charleston School of Law say they were fired as retaliation for opposing The InfiLaw System purchase of the school. They’re now suing the school and its owners, Robert Carr and George Kosko. Nancy...

Five Minute Journal App Helps You Find Joy Every Day

  A little bit of positivity every day will go a long way. That’s the premise behind the Five Minute Journal app, which feeds you inspirational quotes and asks you

#WWBR Week of June 29, 2015

How to Take Charge of Your Medical Records (Note: this complements Naveen’s post earlier in the week on this subject) Melinda Beck in The Wall Street Journal “This piece, on the issues surrounding patient access to their own records, might … Read more ›

Gawker Argues Publishing Hulk Hogan's Sex Tape Was Simply 'Good Journalism'

7 hours agoNews : Huffington Post

NEW YORK -- When Gawker founder Nick Denton treks to St. Petersburg, Florida, to fight a $100 million lawsuit brought by Hulk Hogan, he’ll argue that the wrestler-turned-reality-star’s sex life is a newsworthy subject and that publishing...Show More Summary

VinePair Is Up to a Million Monthly Uniques

7 hours agoIndustries / Media : FishbowlNY

The year-old digital wine magazine aimed at millennials has enjoyed a vintage first half of 2015. As robustly detailed by Wall Street Journal wine critic Lettie Teague: By January of this year, VinePair had attracted enough attention...Show More Summary

Here's where you're most likely to own a gun

Nearly one in every three Americans owns a gun, according to a recently published study in the journal Injury Prevention by researchers Bindu Kalesan, Marcos Villarreal, and Katherine Keyes of Columbia University, and Sandro Galea of Boston University. Show More Summary

Look Who’s Almost 40!

9 hours agoFitness / Yoga : Yoga Journal

Come celebrate yoga and the history of YJ with us this summer. We're kicking off a 40-day countdown to our big anniversary with the best of our archives and so much more. The post Look Who’s Almost 40! appeared first on Yoga Journal...

B-Schools Get an A for Virtual Reality Experiments

Heads up on a great story by Lindsay Gellman in the Wall Street Journal this week. Looks like virtual reality (VR) has the potential to invade even the spaces once reserved for face-to-face interaction: classrooms. “Schools with far-flung students are turning to avatar-based technology to provide an immersive level of connectivity that goes beyond that […]

Sprint, T-Mobile Chiefs Go at It on Twitter

The claws are out in the telecom world: T-Mobile CEO John Legere—who the Wall Street Journal reports is not one to shy away from a dispute—took to Twitter this week to blast rival Sprint's new "All-In" service plan and ended up getting a rather feisty reply from Sprint...

Study on pesticides in lab rat feed causes a stir

11 hours agoNews : The Raw Story

French scientists published evidence Thursday of pesticide contamination of lab rat feed which they said discredited historic toxicity studies, though commentators questioned the analysis. Published in the journal PLOS ONE, the study reported finding pollutants in 13 different types of lab rat food...

Sucking Up to the Boss

The Wall Street Journal highlights emails from Hillary Clinton’s top aides lavishing praise on her.

Capital Journal Daybreak: Holiday Brings Worries of Terror Attacks, More

The Capital Journal Daybreak newsletter is The Wall Street Journal's morning rundown of the biggest news stories and exclusive features from Washington on politics, policy, financial regulation, defense and more.

How Spiders Can Cruise Across Water

Spiders are usually known for their gangly legs and super silk. But those two qualities can also make them pretty awesome sailors. In a study published today in the journal BMC Evolutionary Biology, researchers say that some terrestrial...Show More Summary

Tippets: Interview with Russ Schnitzer, Tips for Terrestrials, California Steelhead

13 hours agoHobbies / Fishing : MidCurrent

Copi Vojta interviews photographer Russell Schnitzer in a recent issue of The Flyfish Journal, covering everything from philosophy of the craft to film projects.  The conversation can also be read in full online. Terrestrial fly patterns aren’t just for summer. … more ?

Almost $700 million went into Malaysia PM's personal account: WSJ

KUALA LUMPUR (Reuters) - Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak had close to $700 million in deposits from troubled state fund 1MDB wired into his personal account, the Wall Street Journal reported on Friday, citing documents from a government probe.

Here comes another mega-merger: Aetna and Humana are reportedly close to a multi-billion deal

A flurry of merger activity among the nation's largest health insurers appears to be reaching another turning point. Aetna is reportedly on the verge of a deal to buy Humana, the Wall Street Journal reports. The deal could be announced...Show More Summary

TIA: the essentials

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