Was ‘Oxford Dodo’ Shot? Extinct Bird’s Specimen Found To Contain Lead Pellets International Business Times
The Key to Everything New York Review of Books
Finding Constantinople TLS Posting this b/c I’m a big Patrick Leigh Fermor fan, and I suspect there are others among the commentariat.
Style Is an Algorithm Racked
Harley Davidson Has A Bumpy Ride Ahead Seeking Alpha (The Rev Kev)
Amazon edging closer to No. 1 in US apparel Retail Dive Not news I like to see.
Financial Services Minister Kelly O’Dwyer challenged over royal commission Financial Review (UserFriendly)
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Oil Industry Pushes Back on Climate Suits With Dubious Claims on Bond Issue Climate Liability News
What Cape Town learned from its drought Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists
California’s Trees Are Dying At A Catastrophic Rate Buzzfeed (David L)
Police State Watch
Data Privacy Is a Human Right. Europe Is Moving Toward Recognizing That. Foreign Policy in Focus
Great Lengths Guardian
The DPRK declares itself a nuclear power Vineyard of the Saker
Brexit: from muddle to Pulitzer-level stupidity EUReferendum.com
India’s Far-Right PM Modi Meets Protests in London The Real News Network (UserFriendly)
EU ambassadors band together against Silk Road Handelsblatt
How China’s winemakers succeeded (without stealing) Asia Times (The Rev Kev).Just happen to be reading a mystery– Michael Dibdin’s A Long Finish– and wine is a big part of it.
The next generation of doctors may be learning bad habits at teaching hospitals with many safety violations Stat. Stay away from hospitals! Teaching or otherwise.
Clinton takes swipe at ‘false equivalency’ in media coverage of 2016 election The Hill. She’s like the Energizer bunny: keeps on going.
Chasing Hillary: Clinton’s ‘Deplorables’ Was No One-Off Gaffe American Conservative
Church of The Donald Politico
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