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James Campbell wrote an op-ed on the source of polarization in the LA Times.


An ABC News article about "Serial" podcast subject Adnan Syed's retrial quotes Charles Ewing, who was featured on the podcast.


The Wall Street Journal quotes Melanie Green and Kari Winter about the power of good storytelling.


Charles Ewing is quoted in the New York Times about Adnan Syed's retrial and the difficulties the State will face.


An article on PBS Newshour about the popularity of tiny homes, and the difficulties cities are having creating zoning laws, quotes Robert Silverman.


John Violanti writes in The Conversation that psychological support and timely interventions are vital in helping officers deal with stress.


Jerrold Winter weighs in on the opiod crisis and the patients who need to use the drugs to control their pain effectively in The Guardian.


A story on NPR's The Takeaway about how PTSD impacts policing interviews John Violanti.


Nellie Drew is quoted by the Associated Press about the rejection of Tom Brady's Deflategate appeal.


USA Today talks to Daniel Antonius about how to handle all the tragedies that continue to dominate the headlines.


Mark Bartholomew weighs in on the legal battle between a British luxury carmaker and Chinese carmaker in the Washington Post.


Jerome O'Connor tells the Wall Street Journal the crane collapse won't cause long-term damage to the Tappan Zee Bridge.


Politico reports on UB's Finish in 4 program and quotes A. Scott Weber on increased grad rates.


James Campbell tells ABC a lot went wrong at the convention early on, so Trump had to come up big with his speech.


Carole Emberton was featured on CSPAN about war crimes and punishments.


MSN interviews Robert Silverman who says declining cities have neighborhoods where there's not enough housing to go around.


Arun Vishwanath explores the evolving role of WikiLeaks in Politico and says it's shifting toward playing politics.


Tamara Thornton tells The Washington Post we get interested in cursive when we feel that our morals are in a state of decline.


James Campbell discusses Hillary Clinton's pivotal moment tonight at the DNC with ABC News.