Links for you. Science:
Archaeology’s Information Revolution
T. Rex Was Likely an Invasive Species
Plasmid-mediated colistin resistance (mcr-1 gene): three months later, the story unfolds
State laws boost flu vaccination rates in health care workers
Not Very Responsible Use of Antibiotics
The Emerging Center-Right Policy Agenda (just as bad as you might think)
Harry and Louise Now Support Sanders’ Medicare-for-All Plan. With Good Reason.
Social Security Privatizer Larry Fink of Giant Asset Manager BlackRock is a Clinton Treasury Secretary in Waiting (“…if Clinton wins the Presidency and announces Larry Fink as her Treasury Secretary nominee, NC readers will recognize this as a Timothy Geithner moment, that electioneering promises have just been repudiated. Be warned.”)
DC Metro Stations, Ranked According to Escalator Outages
Sexual Assault Survivors Say the U.S. Attorney’s Office Isn’t Explaining Why It Declines Their Cases
U.S.-Korea Trade Deal Resulted in Growing Trade Deficits and More Than 75,000 Lost U.S. Jobs (Clinton is going to pounded on this, if not by Sanders, then by Trump)
What Have We Learned Since Rodney King?
You read it here first, AB readers.
NASA’s Graveyards: Haunting Images Reveal Remnants of the Space Race
How political science helps explain the rise of Trump (part 3): It’s the economy, stupid
You Fucked Up – You Trusted Us!
Why the Critics of Bernienomics Are Wrong
Metro’s top boss orders frugality: No ‘non-essential’ spending (this might be penny-wise and pound-foolish…)
Clash of Republican Con Artists
Trade, Trump, and Downward Class Warfare
NFL May Be Permitted to Impose Indefensible Suspension
Hillary’s Emails: Convenient Privileges vs Classified Trust (leaving aside the conclusion which is too strong my taste, it’s a good discussion of security classification)