Tuesday, October 6, 2015

Harvard's prestigious debate team loses to New York prison inmates

Montana judge rules lethal injection drug violates state law

VW expects recall to start in January

Coal That Built Chinese City Now Threatens to Bury It

Trial Opens for 6 Brokers Accused of Rigging Libor

Judge strikes down San Francisco eviction law

the cult fits: Sneakerheads mean business

Fiorina’s H-P Tenure: A Disputed Legacy

A Shift in Risk Pinches Banks

Poll Tracker: Conservatives, Liberals trading lead in muddled polling race - Politics - CBC News

UAW Threatening Strike at Chrysler

Why Free Markets Make Fools of Us

Souls of San Francisco: ‘I can empower women’

New Yorker Cartoon

The Gun Lob

The Young Survivors of Boko Haram

Reddit’s Plan to Recover From Its Epic Meltdown

BBC - Capital - Is this the world’s most liveable city?

Post-budget, Irish disposable incomes will remain vulnerable

Once more into the breach

Meticulous Intricacy - Daniel Green's The Reading Experience



Supreme Court to lawyers: Stand in line yourselves. You can’t pay others to hold a spot.

Fashion Review: Flight Risk at Chanel and Saint Laurent

New search for Duffy's Cut remains

Afghan hospital strike 'a mistake'

Images of Pluto and Charon continue to captivate Nasa

US data storage leaves users open to surveillance, court rules

8 Stunning Maps That Changed Cartography

What Advertising Does to TV

Twitter’s Most Important New Feature Eve

A Donor's Guide to the World of Campaign Finance

Blackwell Dairy Farm reacts to TPP deal - Kamloops

‘Till martyrdom do us part’

‘Till martyrdom do us part’
Women drawn to the Islamic State, often by romantic notions of supporting revolutionaries and living in a state that exalts their religion, can find themselves part of an institutionalized, near-assembly-line system to provide fighters with wives, sex and children.

Dow Flop

2,000% Drug Price Surge Is a Side Effect of FDA Safety Program

Data Transfer Pact Between U.S. and Europe Ruled Invalid

The Scars of the Game

2 Awarded Nobel Prize in Physics

CBC NEWSDanny Williams says Stephen Harper's tactics are borderline racist

U.S. Sees Russian Drive Against CIA-Backed Rebels

Why Algerian Novelist Boualem Sansal’s ‘2084’ is a Sensation in France