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NPR

The Social Science Research Behind Political Campaign Ads

"U.S. presidential candidates advertise in battleground states to increase voter turnout. But a new study says ads also have a big impact on campaign contributions."

ABC News

Donald Trump Says He'll Teach Military Expert 'a Couple of Things' About Mosul

"Donald Trump went on the offensive against a military expert and former dean of the Army War College, Jeff McCausland, who said the Republican nominee’s comments this weekend about the battle to reclaim Mosul in Iraq show he doesn’t have a firm grasp of military strategy."

Chronicle of Higher Education

The Tricky Task of Teaching Trump

"Regardless of how Donald J. Trump fares on Election Day, he will have profoundly altered not just American politics, but also the way many American professors teach political science."

The Atlantic

Donald Trump's Double Standard on Weight

"http://www.theatlantic.com/entertainment/archive/2016/09/donald-trump-alicia-machado-hillary-clinton-presidential-debate-rosie-odonnell-fatness-weight-fat-shaming-amy-farrell/501827/ "

The Huffington Post

Why Donald Trump’s Vicious Body-Shaming of Women Matters

"This is what women hear when they listen to Alicia Machado’s story."

Philadelphia Inquirer

At Carlisle Indian school cemetery, a battle over a lost Alaskan child

"Mary Kininnook died three days after her 14th birthday, weak and struggling to breathe, in a hospital bed at the Carlisle Indian Industrial School."

Chronicle of Higher Education

Different Strategies for Diverse Hiring

"Some institutions find that working with other colleges helps leverage resources. "

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Campaigner uses mix of shoe leather and technology

"Now that Republican incumbent Pat Toomey and Democratic challenger Katie McGinty are embroiled in one of the hottest Senate races in the country, AFP is capitalizing on the technological infrastructure it built. "

The Hill

Some officials hesitant to label bombings 'terrorism'

"Officials are divided on whether to call the bombings in New York and New Jersey “terrorism,” resulting in a series of subtly mixed messages."


Foreign Affairs

Q&A: What happens when a volcano beneath a glacier erupts?

"Scientists studying Iceland’s Eyjafjallajkull volcano took a close look"

The Hill

Some officials hesitant to label bombings 'terrorism'

"Officials are divided on whether to call the bombings in New York and New Jersey “terrorism,” resulting in a series of subtly mixed messages."

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Campaigner uses mix of shoe leather and technology

"Now that Republican incumbent Pat Toomey and Democratic challenger Katie McGinty are embroiled in one of the hottest Senate races in the country, AFP is capitalizing on the technological infrastructure it built."

Chronicle of Higher Education

Different Strategies for Diverse Hiring

"Some institutions find that working with other colleges helps leverage resources."

Philadelphia Inquirer

At Carlisle Indian school cemetery, a battle over a lost Alaskan child

"Mary Kininnook died three days after her 14th birthday, weak and struggling to breathe, in a hospital bed at the Carlisle Indian Industrial School."

The Huffington Post

Why Donald Trump’s Vicious Body-Shaming of Women Matters

"This is what women hear when they listen to Alicia Machado’s story."

The Atlantic

Donald Trump's Double Standard on Weight

"From the “400-pound” hacker to Alicia Machado, the candidate’s denigration of fat people has a long tradition—but may be a liability."

Associated Press

China Veterans' Protests for Pensions Pose Test for Leaders

"For Yu Shuiping and other Chinese veterans, the country they served has yet to show its gratitude."

The Washington Post

(Op-Ed) Do menacing comments about Hillary Clinton cross the First Amendment line?

"The 2016 presidential election has been notable for the rhetorical vitriol pervading the campaign, and unfortunately Donald Trump’s suggestion Tuesday that “Second Amendment people” might be able to offer some sort of corrective to a Hillary Clinton presidency is merely a continuation of this well-established pattern."

Christian Science Monitor

If 'all women can shine' in Japan, can they do so on the imperial throne?

"If Japan's emperor is allowed to abdicate, its politicians may have to answer an uncomfortable question: why can't women inherit the Chrysanthemum Throne?"