USA Today reports on the historic Women's Marches around
the world and interviews Kari Winter, who says the
groundswell of civic activism has the potential to mature into the
biggest movement in U.S. history.
An article in The New York Times features the work of
Peter Rogerson, who found the center of North America is a
town, well, called Center.
An article in New York Magazine about the need to connect
with fellow humans through protests, parties or sporting events
quotes Shira Gabriel.
NPR's Hidden Brain features Despina Stratigakos,
who discusses the role the Nazi propaganda machine had in
portraying Hitler as a humble man of the people.
The Associated Press interviews James Campbell
about Andrew Cuomo's efforts to connect with the middle
Michael Glick tells The Wall Street Journal that
genetics may increase the chances of having primary-tooth cavities
by up to 64 percent.
Arun Vishwanath writes an op-ed for CNN about
threats to the Internet posed by email breaches during the election
campaign and steps that can be taken to limit these threats.
CNBC's Squawk Box interviews Jacob Neiheisel about
the highlights of President Obama's legacy and what he will be
Nicole Hallett tells NPR that one of the dangers
of an enforcement action is that it makes workers very afraid to
come forward and report exploitation.
USA Today quotes Charles Ewing about the motive of
Florida shooting suspect Esteban Santiago. Ewing says proof of
motive is not required for the prosecution of any crime.
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