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HuffPost Canada 3h
Everything you know about obesity is wrong
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Ashish K. Mishra Sep 17
Grab a coffee. Read the Droom subterfuge. I believe this is the biggest $100 million sly to have been pulled off in the last ten years of Internet startups in India.
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Matthew Albright 30m
Attorney General runs through what Delaware has done and what he thinks it still needs to do to reform our criminal justice system. Well worth the :
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Mehdi Hasan Sep 14
“A new kind of authoritarianism is taking root in Europe — and there are warning signs for America.” - powerful, important, deeply-reported, well-written, and urgent by ⁦⁩:
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Mark Suster Sep 16
This is such a powerful, important from whose writing I have long admired.
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The Carbon Trust Sep 18
NEW: Lessons from the frontline of action in our featuring interviews with global , , , , , and . Access here:
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Kamal Ahmed Sep 12
In age of brevity, worth remembering people want in depth coverage and context coupled with lovely design by team at ⁦⁩ My long read on 10th anniversary of financial crisis is most clicked on and read piece on the BBC website.
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Caitriona Perry Sep 15
Saturday : a review of Bob Woodward's latest book Fear. via
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Paul Rincon Sep 12
Powerful by . 'The Lost Decade' documents the maelstrom of the financial crisis, illuminating its human cost
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Michael B. Kelley Sep 16
i wrote a about the implications of Manafort flipping — highlighting the Deripaska and Kilimnik threads — and what it means for President Trump going forward. Art by .
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Nilanjana Roy Sep 12
Chilling. From 's essay in : "... Polarization is normal. More to the point, I would add, skepticism about liberal democracy is also normal. And the appeal of authoritarianism is eternal."
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Mike Coulson #BlockFBPE ✋🦊🕊🇵🇸🌍🎶💚💜💙 10h
“Russian Dolls: The Biggest Corruption Scandal Never Reported” by
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Genome Biology 8h
Next up is Luicle Broseus, talking about correction
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U°Community 9h
New article on U° Medium. On online zombie, search for adequate knowledge sources, time saving and U°Community opportunities:
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Danielle M. Wenner 16h
Crucial about the student loan industry, the mess that is FedLoan (these stories are familiar to my own experiences), and the moral hazard built into existing loan forgiveness programs
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Karthik Sep 18
We know music is pleasurable, the question is why? Fascinating that, understandably, uses only the Western music framework to explore this enormously interesting topic.
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Nick Schifrin Sep 10
Fantastic from and : how "two assassins came to England and took care of a little fish"--and everything that led up to that moment for the .
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WIRED UK Sep 13
Want to understand Elon Musk? Here's what his friends, family and colleagues say about him
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Faraz Rabbani Sep 12
Provocative: The business of voluntourism: do western do-gooders actually do harm? Consider: intentions; purpose; actual benefit--and, critically, direct and indirect consequences. Beware: self-promotion; ego; waste....
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Melissa De Witte Sep 14
If you are looking for a this weekend, I highly recommend 's magical, and at times existential, journey through string theory. 🧵🌌🔎➰ 🔽
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