Links for you. Science:
Tutankhamun’s Blood: Why everyone from the Mormons to the Muslim Brotherhood is desperate for a piece of the Pharaoh
Do elephants call ”human!”?
Chemists Hack Blu-ray Players to Test for Salmonella and Parasites
Cancer science leans more on industry funds: Trend fills gap left by budget cuts, but also worries many researchers
Chewing the antibiotics-make-us-fat story (excellent)
My Life as a Retail Worker: Nasty, Brutish, and Cheap. After veteran reporter Joseph Williams lost his job, he found employment in a sporting-goods store. In a personal essay, he recalls his struggles with challenges millions of Americans return to day after day. (must-read)
The Senate-CIA Blowup Threatens a Constitutional Crisis
When the 1 percent opposes long-term economic growth
REPUBLICANS: UNSERIOUS AS A HEART ATTACK (last paragraph is key)
Trans-Pacific Partnership Reveals Deadly Cost of American Patents
How good are DC’s schools?
When hedge funds lobby
Is this the educational equivalent of “Moneyball?”
Who says Governor Andrew Cuomo is a mendacious asshole?
The best way to recognize the artists of paintings…
Female Econ Majors: It’s Not About Grade Grubbing
Breaking News: Lies Work
Where the Bodies Are Buried: A Constitutional Crisis Feinstein Better Be Ready To Win
Senators vs Spies, Feinstein vs CIA