Links for you. Science:
Zoonotic Source Attribution of Salmonella enterica Serotype Typhimurium Using Genomic Surveillance Data
Russia Wants to Extend U.S. Space Partnership. Or It Could Turn to China.
What a Newfound Kingdom Means for the Tree of Life
UTI test often fails to detect infection, say researchers
NIH report scrutinizes role of China in theft of U.S. scientific research
The Hard Truths of Trying to ‘Save’ the Rural Economy (doesn’t mention antitrust and monopolies at all)
Tribune, Tronc And Beyond: A Slur, A Secret Payout And A Looming Sale (rich people are bigots too!)
Sleepmore in Seattle: Later school start times are associated with more sleep and better performance in high school students
From his basement in upstate New York, Herbert MacDonell launched modern bloodstain-pattern analysis, persuading judge after judge of its reliability. Then he trained hundreds of others. But what if they’re getting it wrong
The French Protests Do Not Fit a Tidy Narrative
Understanding How Class, Education and Income Affect Voting Behavior
As suburban districts diversify, black students navigate a mix of prejudice and good intentions
Lund professor freed student from Islamic State war zone
How rising rents contribute to homelessness
My advice to progressives: Don’t back down
Daniel Snyder belongs on the NFL’s Hall of Shame. D.C. shouldn’t indulge him.
Is US military cloud safe from Russia? Fears over sensitive data
Lawmakers push review of new member events after complaints over lobbyists at Harvard orientation
Could Oregon Become the First State to Ban Single-Family Zoning?
Zinke’s #2 has so many potential conflicts of interest he has to carry a list of them all
Think your NFL owner is bad? Dan Snyder’s always worse
I’m re-reading Steve Teles’ chapter on the Harvard Law controversy in the 1980s, and I’m struck by just how important centrist liberals were in ultimately promoting the objectives of the Olin Foundation and making “law and economics” the dominant mode of American legal education.
Why YouTube’s Biggest Star Can’t Be Canceled