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The ‘Big Data’ Revolution: How Number Crunchers Can Predict Our Lives

When the streaming video service Netflix decided to begin producing its own TV content, it chose House of Cards as […]

Andrew Sullivan Is Doing Fine

Two months ago, the popular political blogger Andrew Sullivan left the comfortable world of big media and struck out on […]

When the GI Bill isn’t enough

For the past couple of months, as we’ve talked to student veterans about what it’s like to leave military service and […]

In Post-Revolution Egypt, Fears Of Police Abuse Deepening

Egypt’s police force was the underpinning of former President Hosni Mubarak’s iron-fisted regime, and it quickly became the enemy of […]

“SandRidge Energy, Dissident Shareholder Reach out to Employees”

SandRidge Energy and its dissident shareholder, TPG-Axon, are both trying writing letters to company employees to sway opinion in the […]

First Bill Signed Into Law in 2013 Undoes a Law Chesapeake Energy Helped Write

Joe Wertz / StateImpact Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin at her state of the state address in 2013. Chesapeake Energy has […]

Earthquake Recorded Near Prague, Where Seismologists Are Studying Disposal Wells

A 3.4-magnitude earthquake was recorded about 12:24 p.m. today, according to data from the U.S. Geological Survey. The epicenter of […]

With Budget Cuts For Ports, Produce May Perish

Budget-cutting from the government sequester that began March 1 could affect U.S. exports and imports, including what we eat. Customs […]

Challenge To Michigan’s Gay Marriage Ban Grows From Adoption Case

A federal judge in Michigan could rule as soon as Thursday on a challenge to the state’s ban on same-sex […]

Obama Looks For A Spring Thaw With Congress To Start Melting Deficit

President Obama is hoping for a spring thaw in White House-congressional relations. The president had dinner Wednesday night with a […]

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