Sunday, October 4, 2015

Op-Ed: Greece’s Fascists Are Gaining

Thought process: Building an artificial brain

Incomes rise across S.F., except for African Americans

Nine things that shape your identity before birth

Chaffetz to seek House speakership

After a near-fatal overdose, was jail the only place she could find help?

Medical Aid Organization to Leave Afghan City After Strike

BBC - Earth - The epic history of sharks

Portugal vote: Governing coalition ahead, exit polls suggest

How Dungeons and Dragons Changed the World

How Dungeons and Dragons Changed the World
Gary Gygax may not be a household name, but in 1974 he released Dungeons & Dragons, a game to conjure with.

Saudi Arabia Cuts Oil Prices

The Martian’ Blasts Off With $55 Million at the Box Office

Bye Bye HJ

Fetal-tissue uproar affects ‘under-the-radar’ UW lab

Where are all the people going?

Beyond the frame: the best recent graphic novels

My love affair with Cicero

Cameron hit by double blow on EU

Goblin. Hobgoblin. Ugly Duckling

Spoils for the rulers, terror for the ruled

Gunman’s Father Dismayed by Lack of Gun Limits

French Riviera floods leave 16 dead

Assad warns of Mid-East destruction

Her Private Papers by Geoffrey O'Brien

Peeple Is a Yelp for People—And the Other Peeple Isn't Happy

“Vespa”

Syria and the New World Disorder

The Best Years of His Life