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Bryan Walsh
Writer on science, health and the environment. Working on a book about existential risk for . Former international editor . brwalsh@gmail.com
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James Gleick 3h
Serious question. If the sources of this story were trying to get Rosenstein fired, would and feel ethically able and/or obliged to convey that information?
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Noah Smith 4h
This is straight out of some dystopian novel.
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JesseJenkins 6h
A new OECD report finds carbon pricing policies are spreading worldwide, but are almost uniformly too low to fully capture damages caused by CO2 or drive needed emissions declines. Here's a thread on why carbon pricing falls short and what we might do about it…
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Longreads 12h
"Henry’s tracheotomy tube prevents him from speaking, so I haven’t heard him make a peep for over a year. My wife recently walked in on me crying and listening to recordings of him babbling, from before his diagnosis and surgery."
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Gerry Shih 19h
One of the most startling and ambitious reports so far on what's unfolding in Xinjiang. again breaking new ground on Chinese govt orphanages where Uighur detainees' children are held, reported from XJ, Turkey Kazakhstan
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Tom Weber 8h
Trump: I just start kissing them. It’s like a magnet. Just kiss. I don’t even wait. And when you’re a star, they let you do it. You can do anything. Bush: Whatever you want. Trump: Grab ’em by the pussy. You can do anything.
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Sarah Begley Sep 20
I am an only child and I endorse this message—particularly the part about forming friendships with adults. Even now, I feel incredibly loyal to the family members and adult friends who took me seriously as a child.
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Medium Sep 20
Most men do not commit sexual assault, yet one occurs every 98 seconds in the United States. This isn't just an issue of bad men who abuse women, writes Medium columnist —but "good men" who make it easier for them.
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Katie Drummond Sep 20
Here is a big collection of essays about MOTHERHOOD. Featuring great work from and many more!
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Michael Zelenko Sep 20
apparently beagles may hold the key to our mental longevity "Dogs, Drugs, and the Race to Save the Human Brain" - 
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Dan Stewart Sep 20
"All the Czar's Men." 's close look at Putin's circle of oligarchs leads the international edition of TIME this week, with an illustration by
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John Mecklin Sep 19
The low-yield warhead for US sub-launched ballistic missiles is a non-solution to a non-existent problem—and it will greatly increase the risk of nuclear war. This mini-nuke is a dumb, dangerous idea. Tell your Congress people to repeal its authorization.
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Ioan Grillo Sep 19
What I remember most about Javier is his voice... I write in about the brilliant career and tragic death of a great journalist, and friend, Javier Valdez - and on the ongoing case into the murder, as the killing of Mexican reporters goes on.
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Siobhan O'Connor Sep 19
“Incarcerated at Age 11” by Aunray Stanford, a student in the NYU Prison Education Program:
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Matthew Yglesias Sep 19
If you want to talk about institutions exhibiting dangerous levels of groupthink and partisan homogeneity.
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Bryan Walsh Sep 19
Thank you so much!
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Janet Johnson Sep 18
Isn’t this adorable? Meanwhile, Dr. Ford is in hiding due to death threats. This is how it works: the rapist gets cute little anecdotes about his wife handing out cupcakes; the victim gets death threats. Thanks for the breaking news.
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Medium Sep 18
In his latest column, Douglas warns of billionaire CEOs who cleverly present their companies on the side of social good simply as a way to line their pockets. Rushkoff's column publishes weekly, and covers tech, humanity, and the future.
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Sarah Begley Sep 18
“It took me too long to realize that the people most inclined to say ‘You sound angry’ are the same people who uniformly don’t care to ask ‘Why?’” —  on women and anger
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Bryan Walsh Sep 18
It’s crazy the rating system hasn’t been fixed
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