Links 3/8/18

Links for you. Science:

Soliciting Input for the National Institutes of Health (NIH) Strategic Plan for Data Science
Yellow Fever Circles Brazil’s Huge Cities
MCR-1-carrying Shigella found in China
New diagnostic tools needed to stop antibiotic resistance
Grass Is Back In The Chesapeake, And Crabs Will Follow


The Mainstreaming of Anti-Semitism in the US
“Bad Economic Policy”
So Bad the DoJ Woke Up: Saline Bag Makers Look to Have Endangered Patients Via Illegal “Tying” and Price Gouging
The Trump Organization Ordered Golf Course Markers With the Presidential Seal. That May Be Illegal.
National Democrats Stayed Away From the Longest Strike in West Virginia History
Indian Child Welfare Act under conservative fire
Fox News keeps running columns from the same guy explaining, “I’m a Democrat but [insert agreement with GOP]”
Last week’s wind storm partially drained the Potomac, and you’ll never guess what’s on the bottom
Bulletproof Teen
Things Economists Should Start Saying About Education Research
What Jonathan Chait Doesn’t Know
A new generation of anti-gentrification radicals are on the march in Los Angeles – and around the country
Should I keep my laptop plugged in while I use it?
We know what bad trade policy looks like. But what about good trade policy?
Christopher Steele, the Man Behind the Trump Dossier
Remembrance of Technology Past

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