Tuesday, February 16, 2016

Hillary Clinton’s Candidacy Reveals Generational Schism Among Women

The rise of Bernie Sanders: the US enters a new political era

Thomas Piketty on the rise of Bernie Sanders: the US enters a new political era | US news | The Guardian
The Thatcher-Reagan era is ending. It was long predicted but delayed by extended life span. The cost is a violent backlash.

China's Banks May Be Getting Creative About Hiding Their Losses

New Mars map could provide directions for a visitor's walk on the red planet

And Those Who Expected Signs and Archangels' Trumps

Canada's missing or killed indigenous women 'higher than thought'

Mega bug may hit thousands of devices

Cruz's tax plan would raise taxes on poorest

Uber and Airbnb Are Making the World Better—They Promise!

Does Bernie Sanders Know What He’s Doing?

Ike, Ford, and a Lost Voice

US to restore air travel service with Cuba

ISIS used chemical weapons against the Kurds

Forging Every Link in the Afghan Opium Chain, Taliban Become a Cartel

Key Senator Says He Might Hold Hearings on Supreme Court Nominee

Key Senator Says He Might Hold Hearings on Supreme Court Nominee - The New York Times
No that it will go anywhere.

We need a "time due" amendment.

U.S. Had Cyberattack Plan if Iran Nuclear Dispute Led to Conflict

Dow is Up, of course

Organic Meat and Milk Higher in Healthful Fatty Acids

The Supreme Court Is the Most Important Issue in the 2016 Election

Nature readers on their longest wait to get published

A mouse’s house may ruin experiments

Ben Lerner Remembers Writing His First Poetry Collection

Why Debbie Wasserman Schultz Won’t Make It to Congress Next Year

Blow to Cameron's EU push as Brussels parliament chief admits "no guarantee"

Jane Mayer follows money trail to billionaires behind radical right -

Dow Up Higher

How the war in Iraq is haunting the presidential contest now

Meet the new Eliot Spitzer, same as the old.


“If one political party or the other doesn’t give in soon, there are going to be only two branches of government.”

How to Bankrupt Public Education, Chicago-Style

Fed's Kashkari Floats Breaking Up Big Banks to Avert Meltdown

E-Commerce, Built on a Tower of Cardboard

Former UN head Boutros-Ghali dies

Student debt protests planned after armed marshals arrest man for old loans

Dow Up

Thirsty continents are slowing down expected sea level rise

European Bank Nightmare Far From Over

1916 Rising

The eye of a political storm in Labour

The ugly political spectacle around Justice Scalia’s death

China Turns on Taps and Loosens Screws

There’s no way President Obama gets his Supreme Court nominee


Hospitals 'under pressure to cook the books'

The issue is not Hillary Clinton's Wall St links but her party's core dogmas

Four oil producing nations agree to freeze output

Silk Road Market Caters to Lovers of Plumage

Female lawmakers rally around Clinton's White House bid

Guardian Pushes for Western Countries Involvement in Invasion of Syria

Chinese Premier Faults Regulators' Handling of Stocks, Yuan Rout

Cancer researchers claim 'extraordinary results' using T-cell therapy

The sinister reason why people fall in love

Mourning Lincoln

Companies are to publish their gender pay gaps

Being Bilingual Changes the Architecture of Your Brain

In Nevada, a tightening race threatens Clinton’s post-New Hampshire ‘firewall’

Venezuela faces ‘worst-case scenario’ as Zika outbreak expands

He's back: George W Bush turns on the campaign trail charm

40 Trillion Bacteria on and in Us? Fewer Than We Thought.

Call to Sell Gold

Extinct plant species discovered in amber