Wednesday, March 22, 2017

“Paging Dr. Fraud”: The Fake Publishers That Are Ruining Science

House Republicans, Deeply Divided, Face Painful Choice on Health Vote

In Coal Country, States Feel Emboldened to Cut Energy Efficiency

Investors Are Turning Bearish on the Dollar

The Art of Paying Attention

Tomb of Jesus Reopens to Public After $3 Million Restoration

Jury Awards Millions in Case of Man Left to Die of Broken Neck in Oklahoma Jail

Ray Dalio Says Populism

Radical shakeup of dinosaur family tree points to unexpected Scottish origins

Hello, Dolly! is still looking swell on the big screen

Shots fired at Parliment

Brent Crude Slips Below $50 for First Time Since November

Past Due Date

The news cycle has a great deal of hangers on,  who actually write truly awful books.  One gets used to dodging stories about their "Genius" -  because as soon as they are not sellable,  the articles disappear.  a clue for the inebriated -  Daniel Dennett is passed his due date.

Memes  is  a word which  should die a painful death.

IS conflict: Air strike 'kills dozens in village near Raqqa'

How the First Amendment Applies to Trump’s Presidency

Parent of Sears and Kmart Issues Warning as Its Losses Mount

Instead of a ‘War Horse,’ This Time a Lost Cat Opens a Child’s Eyes

Chuck Barris, Eclectic Entertainer of ‘Gong Show’ Fame, Dies at 87

Pillar of Trump Rally Fractures as Banks Sink Most Since Brexit

Korean Households Are Getting Smaller, So Are the Goods They Buy