Links for you. Science:
‘My Baby Almost Died’: Formula Scandal Sends Shudders Through France (on the food safety side, the U.S. does better. Might be damning with faint praise, but still)
PubMed Commons closes its doors to comments
Forensic Science Put Jimmy Genrich in Prison for 24 Years. What if It Wasn’t Science?
Visualizing detailed postdoctoral employment trends using a new career outcome taxonomy
Racial Differences in Addiction and Other Disorders Aren’t Mostly Genetic
The Permanent Floating Professional Dems (must-read)
What Well-Meaning White People Need to Know About Race
Democrats: Trump budget cuts $150 million in expected Metro funds
Why Women’s Voices Are Scarce in Economics
Economists in public
Calling the Trump Era by Its Proper Name
DC’s 2018 primary matters, though the action isn’t the race for mayor
D.C.’s Deanwood is Slowly Gentrifying
The Revenge of the Places That Don’t Matter
Bernie may run again: But have Democrats learned anything from his 2016 campaign?
The Pentagon’s ‘Logistics Agency’ Lost Track of More Than $800 Million
The Twisted, Confusing Logic of Katie Roiphe’s #MeToo Essay in Harper’s
An organized push against #Medicare4All and publicly financed healthcare has taken shape among the Democratic donor class, now that a wave election seems all but inevitable.
The #MeToo conversation is making people uncomfortable. That’s okay.
JUST LET HIM HAVE HIS RIDICULOUS PARADE
How Facebook Is Killing Comedy
But don’t call it SafeTrack: WMATA shifts focus to station platforms
Trump’s paid family leave plan would punish those who choose to have kids