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  1. The President, King Salman, and the Gulf between ThemRead the original story

    Tuesday | CSIS

    Meetings between allied heads of state rarely risk any form of confrontation. They usually are carefully prepared beforehand to produce some kind of positive result rather than used to actually negotiate, and almost inevitably end in some kind of public statement that puts as positive a spin as possible on the meeting.


  2. Prof Brian Cox looks east for new science talentRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Newham Recorder

    Britain needs more scientists and engineers, says renowned physicist Professor Brian Cox - and he's looking to east London's young students to supply the demand. The TV star and university lecturer flew in from filming in Iceland to join the Science Summer School last week, a project that aims to inspire the next generation of scientists by giving them the chance to meet some of Britain's leading minds.


  3. Kim Kardashian Under Fire: Is North West Really Kanye West's Child...Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Celebrity Dirty Laundry

    ... have you seen any pictures of North lately? She definitely has Kanye's attitude. We used to love a good conspiracy theory about North's DNA, but as she gets older - it seems more and more likely that she really is Kanye's baby. What do you guys ...


  4. Within Clintona s circle, resentments against Obama persisted for yearsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | The Washington Post

    ... His nickname within the Bill Clinton White House during the 1990s was "Grassy Knoll," a reference to a conspiracy theory surrounding the John F. Kennedy assassination. Hillary Clinton had tried to hire him for a post at the State Department, but the ...


  5. Curtis Granderson, big league ball player, big time moon landing conspiracy nutRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday |

    ... its mission a where'd they go, you know? No one else in the world has ever been, soa " The moon landing conspiracy theory has been so thoroughly debunked that it is hardly worth the effort to hash it out again. For those who are curious, the ...


  6. Marsh on Monday: How China turned a technical currency issue into a global routRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | MarketWatch

    One of the larger surprises of the summer is how the Chinese authorities have allowed an apparently technical matter - the possible inclusion of the yuan in the International Monetary Fund's special drawing right - to become the stuff of global headlines. becomes part of the IMF's composite accounting unit should be a question for specialists.


  7. Bel's Temple In Palmyra Is No MoreRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Scientific Blogging

    Images of the systematic destruction of archaeological sites and art pieces in Syria are no news any more, but I was especially saddened to see before/after aerial pictures of Palmyra's site today, which demonstrate how the beautiful temple of Bel has been completely destroyed by explosives. A picture of the temple is shown below.


  8. Jews want to see a future in Turkey, but doubts lingerRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | The Times of Israel

    Located on an empty, nondescript street patrolled by armed guards, visitors are required to pass through two bomb-vault doors and a metal detector, weeks after presenting their passports for a security clearance. Once inside, a handful of worshipers - mostly aging - are spread out across the vacant seats as a young cantor hums traditional Sephardic melodies.


  9. How Come Some People Believe in the Paranormal?Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Scientific American

    So-called "magical thinking" may very well have a common underlying "cognitive style" - that is, the way in which we think about and make sense of the world. In fact, a new study explored this very question and suggests that the answer may indeed lie in the way we think about things, or, more precisely, the way in which we fail to think about things.


  10. Guest Column: The New Jim Crow revisitedRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | The Gazette

    John Walters and David W. MurrayJohn Walters and David W. MurrayJohn Walters and David W. Murrayby John Walters and David W. Murray - After John Walters wrote a Weekly Standard article on President Obama's commutations of incarcerated drug offenders, he was asked to take a look at Michelle Alexander's dreadful but influential book The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness. Together with his Hudson Institute colleague David Murray, he has written the important essay below on the book.


  11. Wild Monday at LSU heading into first game of 2015 football seasonRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | WTOL-TV Toledo

    Entering his 11th season as Tigers head coach, expecting the unexpected with Les Miles is the norm, but once again, the Mad Hatter managed to catch the media completely off guard. Late appearances to his weekly press conferences are no surprise, but as the clock approached 1:00 p.m. Monday, the rumors began to circulate.


  12. Skeptical Of The China Data SkepticsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Seeking Alpha

    The problem with answering comments is that one has to swat down one conspiracy theory after another. One recurring theme is that the China GDP data is fake.


  13. Our View: Obama promised transparencyRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday |

    Despite a pledge of transparency and a condemnation of his predecessor's policies concerning the release of public information, President Barack Obama has instead steadily reduced an already shrinking aperture through which government information is made public. Now, as his second term winds down, some are hoping that he will embrace another legacy-making moment and expand the public's ability to see just how the machinery of government works.


  14. 10 Artists Worth Knowing From Banksy's DismalandRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday |

    Opening just last weekend to worldwide fanfare was the most audacious installation yet by a figure known for audacity - Banksy's Dismaland is a full-blown "bemusement park" spanning 10,200 square feet in the nondescript English seaside town of Weston-Super-Mare, and nothing like what the world had seen before from the world of anti-establishment art. Not only has Dismaland captured the public consciousness for its blatant subversion of the much-loved Disney empire, but Banksy's vision for "a place where you can get your counterculture easily available over the counter" has been bolstered by a significant troop of the art world's enfants terrible - 58 of them, in fact.


  15. New Assassin's Creed Comic Covers RevealedRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | IGN

    Publisher Titan Comics has revealed all of the covers for the first issue of its upcoming Assassin's Creed comic series. Written by Anthony Del Col and Conor McCreery and illustrated by Neil Edwards, this adaptation of the Ubisoft game franchise centers on Charlotte de la Cruz, a conspiracy theorist who joins the Assassins and learns about an ancestor of hers who witnessed the Salem witch trials.


  16. Why is media obsessed with Sheena case? It's you, dear readerRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Hindustan Times

    With the aid of sugar sachets and a newspaper, the man sitting at a table next to mine at an upmarket coffee shop in Delhi was trying to explain Sheena Bora's tangled family tree to his friend. Where revelations from news reports failed him, he had his own pet conspiracy theories to fill in the gaps.


  17. Obama bristles at anti-Semitism charges during interview with Jewish newspaperRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 31 | The Gazette

    President Obama told the editor of an influential Jewish publication that "there's not a smidgen of evidence" that he is anti-Semitic, a charge some critics have leveled as the president defends the Iran nuclear deal. Jane Eisner, editor-in-chief of The Forward, used her 45 minutes in the Oval Office Friday to ask Obama to respond to critics of the deal, which has divided the Jewish community - and also what she called "a more personal question."


  18. John Tory, Michael Saunders get cover from Queen's Park on carding issue: JamesRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 31 | The Toronto Star

    There is little reason to believe that the provincial Liberal government consultations on carding will yield anything more satisfactory than the chaotic farce the Toronto Police Services Board has delivered, led by Mayor John Tory. To expect meaningful reform from the current initiative, with a stop in Toronto at the reference library Tuesday night, is to be overcome with naiveté borne of willful blindness.


  19. 'The Whispers' recap: 'Game Over'Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 31 | Entertainment Weekly

    To recap what happened in comprehensible English: Everything was not awesome, Claire sacrificed herself to save Henry, and all of Drill's friends left Earth so that t h e w h i s p e r s could turn into The Leftovers . In the end, all Drill wanted to do was send a signal so his fellow Drills could come to Earth and take all the children he befriended, for purposes that weren't revealed but I'm assuming-just based on what Cassandra said-won't involve any TV shows or video games that "corrupt children."


  20. So You Were Wondering About OilRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 31 | Seeking Alpha

    I'm often asked the question "what do I think about X " I can talk about oil all day long but it's totally different if you are going to go out and invest you hard earned money. Below is my answer.