Sunday, January 31, 2016

Japan Stocks Extend Gain

UK Government Told to Revise Spy Law

Myanmar to begin new parliament session ending military-only rule

'World's best chef' Benoit Violier dies aged 44

What Happened to Jane Mayer When She Wrote About the Koch Brothers

How Moon Dust Languished in a Downing Street Cupboard

Iraq Now Faces Calamity From Dropping Oil Prices

Millennials Are Starting to Change the Stock Market

‘Lord Libor’ reveals financial system where bad apples have the midas touch

Ex-radio host Jian Ghomeshi set for trial after series of sexual assault

Zzzzzzzzz … 12 simple steps to a good night’s sleep

U.K., EU Fail to Reach Deal on Overhauling Relationship

Why conservatives start culture wars and liberals win them

Almonds Are Getting Cheaper, But Here's the Catch

Clinton Can't Count on Union Backing in Iowa, Despite Endorsements

Ted Cruz’s Misleading Iowa Mailers

What Data Can Do to Fight Poverty

Pierre Bonnard a modernist ahead of his time

If you ask canvassers one question it should be this one

Second Virginia Tech student charged in death of 13-year-old girl

Moneyball for Democrats

Changing of the Guard

Is the Kitchen the New Man Cave?

Newberry - String Quartet #5

String Quartet #5
I    Furioso
II  Scherzo
IV Andante / V Berceuse

The Pen Without Its Cap

Bernie Sanders Could Win Iowa. Here Are Two Reasons Why.

Could Portugal give new hope to Europe's warring left?

A book endorsement reveals Bernie Sanders’s Obama dilemma.

You must have missed Uber’s true cost

She? Ze? They? What’s In a Gender Pronoun

Nature Near Home

Dozens killed near Syrian Shia shrine

Women and children first: legality of ICE raids

The Chinese Yuan Won't Get Killed, Unless This Happens

The U.S. May Build 500 Jets Before Finding Out If the F-35 Works

The U.S. May Build 500 Jets Before Finding Out If the F-35 Works - Bloomberg Politics

Read: The price is going to go up. Because it will work, at whatever the cost.

Mojave Desert areas on verge of protection under 1906 law

Greece Resists Its Role as European Union’s Gatekeeper

Donald Trump is the least favorably viewed presidential candidate since at least 1992

Extreme Politics in Iowa and New Hampshire

Canada ex-mafia boss Rocco Zito shot dead in Toronto

‘In a Different Key: The Story of Autism’

‘Blooks: The Art of Books That Aren’t’ Explores the World of Fake Books

Young Voters Embrace Sanders, But Not Democracy

Young Voters Embrace Sanders, But Not Democracy | New Republic
If you block the revolution of the ballot box, you get other kinds, observed Kennedy.

Werner Herzog Is Ready for the End of the World

Even as snow melts, storm takes financial toll on government, business

Beijing says U.S. warship 'sabotaged the peace' by sailing near island in South China Sea

Strong storm expected to slam Southern California on Sunday

Saturday, January 30, 2016

In Iowa, it’s usually Establishment vs. Evangelical.

Prominent public universities increasingly trying to woo out-of-state students

Hyperloop: MIT students win contest to design Elon Musk's 700mph travel pods

In Vermont, the Lure of Skiing in the Mad River Valley

How to Raise a Creative Child. Step One: Back Off

Like a dream, snow fell on San Francisco in 1976

Marco Rubio’s Long Game

Marco Rubio’s Long Game

This one opinion.

#OscarsSoWhite isn’t the only problem diversity faces in Hollywood

Greeks worry threatened closure of EU border ‘would be the definition of dystopia’

IPO Market Comes to a Standstill

JK Rowling will not sue MP Natalie McGarry

Meddling parents help third-level students fail test of independence

Ellen Page: ‘Being out became more important than any movie’

Women are people, too.