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on Tue Jul 7 5:29 AM

Robert Reich: Single payer healthcare is the only way

SALON

The former secretary of labor on the dangers of health insurance mergers in the wake of SCOTUS' Obamacare ruling
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on Mon Jul 6 1:04 PM

New Duncan Sheik/Kyle Jarrow Work & More Set for NAMT's 27th Annual Festival of New Musicals

BROADWAY WORLD

National Alliance for Musical Theatre has announced the line up of new musicals for their 27th ANNUAL FESTIVAL OF NEW MUSICALS, which takes place on Thursday, October 15 and Friday, October 16 at New World Stages 340 West 50th Street, between 8th...
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on Mon Jul 6 9:00 AM

MobileBeat 2015: How do you get your app noticed -- and installed? | VentureBeat | Mobile

VENTUREBEAT

VB EVENT: As install fatigue sets in, what are the new ways to get your content discovered? Join us at MobileBeat t discuss some of the modern techniques.
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on Mon Jul 6 8:30 AM

Merging creativity with technology to drive growth at GrowthBeat 2015 | VentureBeat | Marketing

VENTUREBEAT

VB EVENT: Successful CMOs achieve growth by leveraging technology to talk with customers at the right moments of their journey, and aligning those conversations with results.
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on Sat Jul 4 11:00 AM

Wired For Extremes | TechCrunch

TECHCRUNCH

 Chris McNamara stood at the overhang of what would be his final wingsuit BASE jump (parachuting or wingsuit flying from a fixed structure: building, antenna, span and Earth). A 1,500-foot drop was a conservative risk in a community that saw...
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The science of sleeping in, and why you probably shouldn’t

The science of sleeping in, and why you probably shouldn’t

PBS NEWSHOUR | on Fri, Jul 3, 7:52 AM

Puberty delays the circadian clock, meaning teens are wired to stay up later. But this has its challenges. Photo by Robert Daly/Getty Images. I hate sleeping in, but that’s mainly because I can’t. Almost every day, since I was a teen,...
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on Thu Jul 2 8:35 PM

Review: Breathless outrage accompanies 'A Murder in the Park' investigation

LOS ANGELES TIMES

Tabloid breathlessness meets advocacy outrage in the documentary "A Murder in the Park," which revisits a 1982 Chicago double homicide and argues against a notorious death penalty reversal, a case that led Illinois' then-Gov. George Ryan to...
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on Thu Jul 2 8:35 PM

Review: Breathless outrage accompanies 'A Murder in the Park' investigation

LOS ANGELES TIMES

Tabloid breathlessness meets advocacy outrage in the documentary "A Murder in the Park," which revisits a 1982 Chicago double homicide and argues against a notorious death penalty reversal, a case that led Illinois' then-Gov. George Ryan to...
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on Thu Jul 2 8:35 PM

Review: Breathless outrage accompanies 'A Murder in the Park' investigation

LA TIMES

Tabloid breathlessness meets advocacy outrage in the documentary "A Murder in the Park," which revisits a 1982 Chicago double homicide and argues against a notorious death penalty reversal, a case that led Illinois' then-Gov. George Ryan to...
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on Thu Jul 2 11:55 AM

Surprise! Donald Trump is wrong about immigrants and crime.

WASHINGTON POST

Donald Trump's two-week-old campaign has been pretty good at sticking to two core points: defending the candidate's anti-immigrant remarks at his announcement and pretending that the companies that responded to those comments by ending their...
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