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Scientists See Upside And Downside Of Sequencing Their Own Genes

When scientists were looking for the first person to test a new, superfast way of deciphering someone’s entire genetic blueprint, […]

Do Scores Go Up When Teachers Return Bonuses?

In Chicago, parents were fuming over a weeklong strike by teachers. Around the rest of the country, in the face […]

PINcast Episode 6: Two great stories

In this episode of PINcast, we play two stories that were published recently right here on publicinsightnetwork.org. The first is about […]

Veterans’ voices: After combat, a wait at the VA

American troops returning home from Iraq and Afghanistan are joining a growing queue of veterans seeking compensation — payments and […]

American Airlines Workers in Tulsa Receiving Layoff Notices

Caribb / Flickr Only a fraction of the 2,911 Transport Workers Union members in Tulsa are expected to lose their […]

“Keystone XL Pipeline Taises Tribal Concerns”

The Sac and Fox Nation is worried that pipeline construction in Oklahoma could unearth unmarked graves and other sacred archeological […]

ACLU Pushes For Answers On Drone Strikes

Drone strikes ordered by the Obama administration have killed more than a dozen al-Qaida leaders around the world, in places […]

So What Happens If The Farm Bill Expires? Not Much, Right Away

Congress is set to make a brief appearance in Washington this week, then recess until after Election Day. That means […]

Romney Campaign Borrowed $20M, Is $11M In Debt

Republican Mitt Romney’s presidential campaign is $11 million in debt after it borrowed $20 million in August to pay for […]

Romney Explains Comments Again As GOP Unearths Obama Video

Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney took his effort to contain the damage from the video of his remarks about Americans […]

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