Massachusetts Institute of Technology research finds that in 126,000 stories tweeted millions of times over 10 years, "no matter how you slice it, falsity wins out."
A detailed report by medical scientists says American Embassy personnel suffered a "disability of a significant nature," but it can offer no diagnosis.
“Don’t replace boredom with work or fun or habits. Don’t pull out a screen at every idle moment. Boredom is the last privilege of a free mind,” writes Gayatri Devi.
A student group has revoked an invitation for me to speak at a university because of my views on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Its action is part of the routine censorship carried out on campuses against those who will not read from the Israel lobby’s script.
This just in: Men's and women's brains are different. Like, structurally different.
"The increase in the amount of defaulted loans among poor students comes as President Barack Obama says he wants to expand access to college for working-class families and increase funding for the Perkins program," Bloomberg reports.
New Jersey's leaders have some heavy lifting to do, quickly. Scientists who have reviewed the most detailed study yet produced on the subject of sea level changes over the last 2,000 years are predicting a three-foot rise for the state's coastline by the end of the century. (more)