Links for you. Science:
Roundup and Risk Assessment
Climbing Stairs Isn’t About Burning Calories
Controversy awaits as House Republicans roll out long-awaited bill to revamp U.S. research policy
45 years after Apollo 13: Ars looks at what went wrong and why. You’ve probably seen the film—but the reality is a lot more complicated.
Genomes carry a heavy burden: Most people’s DNA contains genetic mutations that are potentially lethal to offspring
The terrible, claustrophobic airplane seat redesign that could soon be how we fly (related post here)
A trade pact might change local land use decisions in a big way
Warren Lays Out Detailed Plan to Take on Wall Street
Coalition Launches Campaign For A $15 Minimum Wage In D.C.
Incredible Nurse Cat From Poland Looks After Other Animals At Animal Shelter
Anti-Choicers Are Going to Take Away Second-Trimester Abortion Without Much Notice
The Scary Law That Allowed Pharmacists to Deny This Woman the Drugs She Needed After Her Miscarriage
Who’s Afraid of a Feminist Foreign Policy?
Is The Social Side Of Education Touchy Feely? (nope)
Hillary Clinton’s Evolution On Marriage Equality Shows How Change Happens, and Why Parties Matter
The cult of the PhD
The class war in American politics is over. The rich won.
Volunteer tutors aren’t the answer to DC’s reading crisis
Our Favorite Street Art And Murals In The D.C. Area
Even This Cuddly Teabagger Dude Might Vote For Hillary, So He Can Keep His Beloved Obamacare
What Drives Public-School Demand? Location, Location, Location.
Go-Going the Distance: How Go-Go is Finding its Place in the Digital Age