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Christopher Drew
Where Young College Graduates Are Choosing to Live via @UpshotNYT
A Financial Aid Guide for Families Who Have Saved Nothing
Your Money Adviser: Tax Credits for College Can Help Ease Costs
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Are they threatening to move to Des Moines? JPMorgan Chase Seeks $1 Billion in Tax Incentives to Build New HQ in NYC
Underemployment Hits Recent Grads with business, criminal justice & liberal arts degrees the Hardest via @chronicle
Despite layers of protective gear, doctors in Ebola zone try to offer human touch to the sick.…
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Scary. RT @dicktofel "The Bad News About the News," new from the always-compelling @RobertGKaiser
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Anita Sarkeesian, Video Game Critic, Cancels Speech After Threats of Massacre
C.I.A. Study of Covert Aid Fueled Skepticism About Helping Syrian Rebels
MUST READ: The Secret U.S. Casualties of Iraq’s Abandoned Chemical Weapons
Shocking story: The Secret U.S. Soldier Casualties of Iraq’s Abandoned Chemical Weapons
We've uncovered a secret chapter of the Iraq War. Full story up shortly, but here's a preview: @nytvideo
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A New Department Marks the Rise of a Discipline: ‘Computational Media’ via @chronicle
Ricochet from Florida State: N.C. State U. Suspends 7 Football Players After BB-Gun Incident via @chronicle
Hope this provea true: On Campuses and Beyond, the Job Market for New Graduates Looks Up via @chronicle
The sweet nurse who became infected: Ebola Puts Nina Pham, a Nurse Unaccustomed to the Spotlight, in Its Glare
No omerta among these Qaeda snitches: Some Captured Terrorists Talk Willingly and Proudly, Investigators Say
Coding camps for job-seeking adults, not kids: Web-Era Trade Schools, Feeding a Need for Code
New Pentagon Report Says Global Warming Presents Immediate Security Threat
Spider venom pesticides, reactors that run on nuclear waste: Venture Capitalists Return to Backing Science Start-Ups
From Jim Risen's new book: Investigation Into as much as $1.6 Billion in Missing Iraqi Cash Ended in Lebanon Bunker
Texas Health Worker Tests Positive for Ebola
What I Saw as an N.F.L. Ball Boy
More dubious college spending: Georgia paid $75K to insure its running back against injury via @ESPNCFB
More coddling of violators on the nation's "No. 1" team: At Florida State, Football Clouds Justice
NY Times: In Case of Missing Students, Hillside Mass Graves Point to a Death March
In Kim Jong-un’s Absence, Rumors About Him Swirl in North Korea
Looking at Americans traveling overseas: U.S. Steps Up Fight to Block ISIS Volunteers
US Health Officials Promise Extra Airport Screening for Ebola
Lurid tale of the day: California Prep School Shaken by Arrests of $500k Headmaster and Woman, 21, on Drug Charges
Investigators in Syria Seek Paper Trails That Could Prove War Crimes
Why Aid for College Is Missing the Mark
ABC Evening Newscast Overtakes NBC in Ratings: Must be all the hyped-up weather shows they like to lead with
Important reading on how most people are losing ground: The Great Wage Slowdown of the 21st Century via @UpshotNYT
How the out-of-shape B Team failed to cTch White House intruder: 2-Tier Secret Service Faces a Test
More corruption? Big Banks Face Another Round of U.S. Charges
ISIS Ammunition Is Shown to Have Origins in U.S. and China
Hewlett-Packard Announces Breakup Plan
Ebola Victim’s Journey From Liberian War to Fight for Life in U.S.
Ebola Help for Sierra Leone Is Nearby, but Delayed on the Docks
Breaking News: Hewlett-Packard Is Said to Be Planning a Split of Businesses
Has a European intelligence officer ever joined a jihadist group before? Can't think of precedent. Was bound to occur…
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U.S. Is Trying to Counter ISIS’ Efforts to Lure Alienated Young Muslims
Afghanistan Reverses Expulsion of New York Times Reporter: good sign from the leadership change
Edgar Allan Poe’s Feud With Boston? Nevermore
The wonders of Bayesian statistics: the science - or art - of narrowing the odds
Fascinating tale of the hardships facing one of the 7.7 million community college students trying to work & graduate