Links 9/25/16

Links for you. Science:

An American tragedy: why are millions of trees dying across the country?
New U.S. Rule to Expand Requirements for Publication of Clinical Trials
The man who gave himself away: How discovering an equation for altruism cost George Price everything
DNA heist that wasn’t sparks data questions
Drug-Resistant Bacteria in Food Persists, Despite Safeguards: Nearly a quarter of chickens tested from U.K. supermarkets are infected with bacteria that is resistant to drugs important to human health

Other:

Clinton has detailed plan vs. Trump’s lame attempt, but will infrastructure spending really happen?
Don’t Believe the Charter School Hype: In the end, it’s about profits
Trump considering oil company executive for secretary of the Interior, because money
Then, a terrifying thought: what if he NEVER figures out who’s a good boy?
Donald Trump unveils plan to make abortion illegal again
That’s what I’m talkin’ about! (Ireland)
Donald Trump’s New Anti-Abortion Letter Should Terrify You
NYT’s Public Pension Birtherism
A poverty, not education, crisis in U.S.
Elizabeth Warren wants the FBI to treat big bank CEOs the way they treat Hillary Clinton
Privilege, policing and living while black in Chicago’s white north side
How Washington Blew Its Best Chance to Fix Immigration (actually, it was mostly Republicans, not ‘Washington’. Shitty headline, good reporting)
How Arianna Huffington Lost Her Newsroom
The Inside Story of Why Arianna Huffington Left the Huffington Post
Do Charter Schools With Extreme Disciplinary Measures Cluster in Black Communities?
Elizabeth Warren’s Consolidation Speech Could Change the Election (probably not, but it’s a good speech anyway)
Did an Industry Front Group Create Fake Twitter Accounts to Promote the Dakota Access Pipeline?
The downside of upward mobility
Needing support from communities, builders pay for it (this happens far more in Boston that the story lets on; in Back Bay, a bunch of community groups backed off opposition to the new building on Exeter St. once they were bought; I won’t even bring up former Rep. Marty Walz)

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