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Big Oil Seems to Be Falling Out of Love With Big Projects

By Liam Denning (Bloomberg Gadfly) — Big Oil just doesn’t seem to be as enamored with the ‘big’ thing as it once was. Another major project, Alaska LNG, has bitten the dust: The Wall Street Journal reported over the weekend that Exxon Mobil wants to sell its stake to the state government. Show More Summary

Alphabet’s David Drummond leaves Uber’s board amid mounting competition

David Drummond, who joined Uber’s board of directors in August 2013, stepped down several weeks ago, according to The Wall Street Journal. At first blush: no surprise whatsoever. Earlier this month, Uber CEO Travis Kalanick said the company’s first fleet of self-driving cars would begin running in Pittsburgh soon (as soon as this month, even!). Show More Summary

Tight focus on blood sugar narrows options for diabetes

ROCHESTER, Minn. - The glucocentric focus on lowering blood sugar in Type 2 diabetes may have short-circuited development of new diabetes therapies, according to a new paper published by Mayo Clinic researchers in the journal Circulation: Cardiovascular Quality and Outcomes. read more

The Fed’s own uncertainty about the economy’s underpinnings is...

The Fed’s own uncertainty about the economy’s underpinnings is more than a decade in the making and traces back to three key developments that have thrown officials for a loop. A Wall Street Journal series examining the causes and consequences...Show More Summary

Extra, Extra: Giuliani Made Some Word Sounds About Beyonce

Because Rudy Giuliani is mad about something again, check out today's end-of-day links: pizza motivation, stunt journalism, human evolution and exercise, inside Bob Ross, Sean Parker's Greenwich Village mansion, RIP CMJ, and rescue dogs gets dressed up. Show More Summary

There’s Got to Be a Great Story – An Interview with Karen Blumenthal

After more than twenty years as a financial journalist for the Wall Street Journal, and authoring three books for adults, Karen Blumenthal turned to writing biographies and retellings of pivotal events in American history for young people. Her titles include Six Days in October: The Stock Market Crash of 1929 (2002); Let Me Play: The […]

'Becoming the Beach Boys' 2-CD set explores the group's earliest efforts

Putting a fledgling band under the microscope by examining every moment of its earliest work generally falls under the same bit of wisdom often applied to brain surgery, sausage-making and journalism: important activities in the grand scheme of things, but not processes you typically want to zero...

NY Times Reporter Shows What is Fundamentally Wrong with Corporate Media

In one tweet about sexual abuse, Weiner and Bannon, one of the paper's lead reporters illustrated the worst kind of journalism—false equivalence wrapped in a false narrative. For political reporters at The New York Times, it seems that...Show More Summary

An unbalance in nutrients threatens plant biodiversity

An unnatural balance of nutrients threatens biodiversity in a survival of the fittest scenario, according to the results of a world-first global experiment published in the prestigious Nature journal. Professor Jennifer Firn, from QUT's...Show More Summary

OMICS vs. The FTC: Plagiarism at a Predatory Publisher

OMICS International is a large open access (OA) academic publishing group. Founded in 2007, OMICS has since grown rapidly  and now boasts of having over 700 journals with over 50,000 editorial board members. However, the rise of OMICS...Show More Summary

Fair or unfair? Facial cues influence how social exclusion is judged

People are often excluded from social groups. As researchers from the University of Basel in Switzerland report in the Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, whether uninvolved observers find this acceptable or not may depend on the facial appearances of those excluded. The exclusion of cold and incompetent looking people is more likely to be accepted. read more

The Competition Problem is Real: A Response to FiveThirtyEight, Part 1

I co-authored this piece with Stephen Beban, a research intern working at FairVote this summer. FairVote appreciates the data-driven journalism of Nate Silver's FiveThirtyEight. We read with interest Eitan Hersh's June 21st article,Show More Summary

Inspiration From The Inside Out

I've been jotting down notes this summer in a tiny, orange journal with the phrase LIVE INSPIRED on the front. In reading these words again and again, I've noticed that some days offer undeniable inspiration and delight--like the joy...Show More Summary

University of Louisville Faculty Named Editors-in-Chief of Medical Journals

Two faculty from the University of Louisville have been named editors-in-chief of the 'International Journal of Transplantation Research and Medicine' and the 'Journal of Medical Regulation'

First study examines PTSD & cognitive impairment in World Trade Center responders

CHICAGO, August 25, 2016 - New research published by the journal Alzheimer's & Dementia: Diagnosis, Assessment & Disease Monitoring confirms the connection between posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and cognitive impairment - in this case, among those who helped with search, rescue and cleanup efforts following the 2001 World Trade Center (WTC) attacks. read more

The Stranger Is Looking For a Fall Editorial Intern!

9 hours agoUnited States / Seattle : Slog

by Stranger Staff We’re looking for a hardworking intern to help The Stranger’s editorial team this fall. You must be a current journalism student or recent graduate with excellent research, news judgment, and writing skills. You should...Show More Summary

Early Addition: Taylor Swift Reports For Jury Duty

Because John Oliver made up his own superhero, check out today's mid-day links: reindeer lightning death, parents upset about tiny todgers, false equivalency journalism, 'Westworld' trailer, Dante gets haircut, Taylor Swift gets jury duty, and baby animal fights. Show More Summary

Savage Love Looking For a Fall Intern!

10 hours agoUnited States / Seattle : Slog

by Stranger Staff We’re looking for an intern to help wrangle Savage Love and the Savage Lovecast this fall. You must be a current journalism student or recent graduate who is extremely organized, self-motivated, and professional. You must be comfortable with content that would normally be NSFW. Show More Summary

Great Graphic: Low Wages in US Rising

This Great Graphic comes from the Wall Street Journal. It shows what is happening to the pay of the least compensated in the US. Their pay is going up at a pace that is exceeding the averages and inflation.

MYSTERY RANCH Goes “Beyond the Kill” with The Journal of Mountain Hunting

10 hours agoHobbies / Hunting : Hunting Life

Bozeman, MT. (August 29th, 2016) – MYSTERY RANCH, an industry-leading backpack company recently sat down with Adam Janke, Editor in Chief at The Journal of Mountain Hunting and Host of their “Beyond the Kill” Podcast. Beyond the Kill. Show More Summary

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