No, Ben, pyramids aren’t for grain and Donald Trump isn’t considering a Democratic running mate. Despite surrogate Ben Carson telling The Wall Street Journal on Thursday that Donald Trump would consider an independent or even Democrat...Show More Summary
Disgraced and former NY Times reporter Judy Miller, who is now a paid Fox News contributor, is very worried about the state of journalism in America after reading a Ben Rhodes interview in the NY Times, in which he very acutely acknowledged...Show More Summary
For highly trained Paralympic athletes with cerebral palsy (CP), bone mineral density and other measures of body composition are similar to those of able-bodied adults of similar age, reports a study in the American Journal of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, the official journal of the Association of Academic Physiatrists. The journal is published by Wolters Kluwer.
The results of the presidential primary race are in, and the New York Times’ media columnist has declared a loser: journalism. “Wrong, wrong, wrong,” writes Jim Rutenberg. “To the very end, we got it wrong.” By “it,” Rutenberg meansShow More Summary
As the acclaimed sociologist Kanye West once asked: Real friends, how many of us? According to a new study from Tel Aviv University and MIT in the journal Plos One, the answer is: Not as many as you think. Researchers looked at 600 students from Europe, the U.S., and Israel to see ... More »
Pope Francis has soft hands. Such is the assessment of Katie Couric who met the pontiff recently while attending a conference on stem-cell research at the Vatican. Global news anchor for financially struggling Yahoo, Couric was in Los Angeles the other day for a very different reason; she was promoting...
High school students from the French town of Embrun, Hautes-Alpes, were subjected to a firsthand experience of what it is to be a refugee, the French journal Mediapart reported.
In a study to be published this week in the journal Science, researchers describe unearthing a "mother lode" of a half-dozen fossil primate species in southern China.These primates eked out an existence just after the Eocene-Oligocene transition, some 34 million years ago. Show More Summary
Hannah Arsenault had her heart set on adopting a cute 2-year-old Jack Russell terrier mix she saw on the local shelter's website. Arsenault, 22, recently suffered a sexual assault and told the Lewiston-Auburn Sun Journal that she hoped...Show More Summary
Derrick Darby has posted this draft on SSRN (forthcoming, Kansas Journal of Law and Public Policy). Here is the abstract: The coverage formula of the Voting Rights Act succumbs in Shelby County v. Holder due to the majority’s narrative of racial … Continue reading ?
I have written extensively about the failure of religion, in my view, to be an agent of change in a world which is content to put capitalism, political ideology and, yes, racism, sexism and homophobia, among others, in front of the apparent...Show More Summary
Columbia Journalism Review's Chava Gourarie takes TV reporters to task -- in particular Joe Scarborough -- for not rebutting obvious lies told by Donald Trump. Gourarie noted how CNN's Jake Tapper was applauded for sharply criticizing Trump's unfounded statements connecting Ted Cruz's father to Lee Harvey Oswald. Show More Summary
Wall Street Journal: “Given that Republican National Convention delegates aren’t bound to abide by his choice, Mr. Trump could face an arena of delegates rebelling against his running mate choice if he sends the wrong signal.”
Leading chemical assessment tools may not provide product manufacturers and retailers with adequate hazard-screening information, according to a study published in the Integrated Environmental Assessment and Management journal. The analysis...Show More Summary
Several times over the years I've told the story of the first big political prediction I got right - less than a year into my first job in journalism. It was the fall of 1998, in the build up to President Clinton's impeachment, and I was telling my officemates that I thought Democrats would pick up seats in the November election. Show More Summary
Even to liberals who call for more activism and daily journalism on diversity issues the Black Lives Matter movement seems aimless. Journalist Leonard Pitts remarked on Black Lives Matter’s lack of specific goals during a panel of Pulitzer Prize-winning black journalists hosted by the Poynter Institute at the University of South Florida. Show More Summary
PLOT: A young woman's investigation into her sister's suicide unearths a mystery involving strange symbols, ancient demons, and binary code. REVIEW: THE OFFERING stars Elizabeth Rice as Jamie Waters, an award-winning journalist based out of Chicago. Show More Summary
The band is now a quarter-century old Calling all Dave Matthews Band diehards: Put on your fanciest pair of khaki cargo shorts, because according to Men's Journal the band has inspired a new beer. Created by a craft brewer in the band's...Show More Summary
Last week, Nature, the world’s most prestigious science journal, published a beautiful picture of a brain on its cover. The computer-generated image, taken from a paper in the issue, showed the organ’s outer layer almost completely covered with sprinkles of colorful words. Show More Summary
Apple is among several technology companies that have been seeking large parcels of land in the San Francisco Bay Area for autonomous car facilities, according to a new report from the Wall Street Journal. Victor Coleman, chief executive of Hudson Pacific Properties Inc. Show More Summary