Wednesday, October 14, 2015

Medicare Rates Set to Soar

Sinking of Cargo Ship Raises Questions About Age of U.S. Fleet

‘The Arab of the Future,’ by Riad Sattouf

The secret surveillance of ‘suspicious’ blacks in Georgetown

Big 3 airlines flexing their political muscle in Washington

NYC's Luxury-Condo King Shifts Gears in Bid for Chinese Buyers

Songwriters Lose Out on Royalties

Fed Doubts Grow on 2015 Rate Hike

Altar, Mexico: how the 'migrant oasis' for would-be border crossers became a trap

How to Beat Hillary Clinton

Trans-Pacific Partnership text won't be available before election - Politics - CBC News

Walking Dead's Danai Gurira: 'There's a dearth of African female perspectives'

Relief for Local Rail Woes Is Taking Shape in Concrete by the Hudson

Could this election trigger a constitutional crisis? - Home | As It Happens | CBC Radio

The Real Debate Last Night Was Between Democratic Socialism and Casino Capitalism

Europe’s Left Continues Its Rise to Power—This Time in Portugal

We Need More Scientists in the Public Square

I Watched the Debate in Virtual Reality. Things Got Weird

Netflix CEO blames credit card changes for subscribers leaving service

Embattled astronomer resigns from UC Berkeley post amid sex harassment scandal

The bold Mr. Bashford celebrates 50 years

Three Reasons to Keep a Close Eye on Canada's Federal Election

Dow Drops

Wal-Mart Warns of Sharp Profit Drop; Shares Slide


China hits back at US over islands

A.C.L.U. Says Complaints Show Border Patrol ‘Impunity’

Review: ‘Ted Hughes: The Unauthorised Life’

Where Have All the Tomboys Gone?

Pope Francis apologises for Vatican 'scandals'

October 14, 1962: The Cuban Missile Crisis Begins

Dow refuse the stay down

Orhan Pamuk’s Working-Class Flâneurs

The Moral Case Against the TPP

The Corbyn Supremacy

Scots Ebola nurse Pauline Cafferkey 'critically ill'

Taoiseach admits he let election speculation get out of hand

Taoiseach admits he let election speculation get out of hand
Taoiseach Enda Kenny and Tanáiste Joan Burton. Mr Kenny has admitted he should have moved more quickly to quell speculation about a November election. Photograph: The Irish Times

Velvet ants are almost invincible

In a Shift, Islamic State Tries to Show It Can Govern

What the final week of 2011 election might tell us about 2015 - Politics - CBC News

Bitterness Abounds in Yemen’s North, a Houthi Stronghold

Dinner with Elias Khoury

Dire Glimpses of What Pollution Is Doing in Bangladesh


The Frustrating, Dizzying Career of Stanley Fish

What is bad parenting?

Charting the Markets: China Disappoints for a Second Da

Apple facing huge chip patent bill

Library builder's monument of books

Brazil's Next Big Crisis Is Scaring Bankers and Wiping Out Jobs

Bank of America Swings to Quarterly Profit

'No crotch shots': Inside a feminist dating app

Why General Electric Is Unwinding Its Finance Arm

Stricter regulation curbed GE Capital’s freewheeling ways, and profits

New images of Jupiter's Great Red Spot

Cyberspace Becomes Second Front in Russia’s Clash With NATO

Taliban Targeted Women During Takeover of Kunduz

The Dems Debate