Links for you. Science:
Are Dogs as Old as Eurasian Human Modernity?
A glass-half-full view of academic fraud in political science
So you’re related to Charlemagne? You and every other living European…
Why we’re healthier in the summer, sicker in the winter
GMO Scientists Could Save the World From Hunger, If We Let Them
Lessons From the Thinnest of Seymour Hersh’s Thinly Sourced Claims
Waco shooting latest chapter in bloody history of Bandidos biker gang
An NBA Player Is Missing the Playoffs Because the NYPD Broke His Leg—Why the Sports-Media Silence?
Birth Control That Works Too Well: A Colorado program to give low-income teens long-acting contraception dropped the teen abortion rate dramatically. But conservatives refuse to fund it.
Why Is the Upgrade Often Less Satisfactory than Your Current Program?
‘What’s my job, right?’ On the CIA, False Intelligence, and Other Obligations
Lax security cited in artworks’ disappearance
Five Ways to Help Nail Salon Workers
The Mystery of Extraordinarily Accurate Medieval Maps
“It’s on me”: How a bag of free bagels can expand and enrich the world
Why Are There So Many Shuttered Storefronts in the West Village?
Newark: The Civil Rights Lie
Do not call me girl: Women in the workforce
Four stories of escaping poverty in Boston
Broadband competition, Cajun style
Poverty persists in N.E. suburbs: Boston Fed finds joblessness, wide use of food stamps