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06.15.2018
The most effective leaders aren't the most-hated or most-loved — or at least, they don't care if they areBenjamin JonesBusiness Insider
06.15.2018
Why companies have the yrge to mergeCraig GarthwaiteThe Wall Street Journal
06.14.2018
Romance enhances the mental health of gay & lesbian youthBrian MustanskiLGBTQ Nation
06.14.2018
From a pediatrician, lessons for dads-to-beCraig GarfieldThe New York Times
06.08.2018
Do we really need theater critics? Charles WhitakerThe Chicago Reader
06.08.2018
Google results aren't always accurate. Encyclopaedia Britannica's new Chrome extension could help.Brian UzziThe Chicago Tribune
06.06.2018
Elizabeth Warren and a scholarly debate over medical bankruptcy that won’t go awayCraig Garthwaite, David DranoveThe New York Times
06.06.2018
The college dropout problemMesmin DestinForbes
06.05.2018
Is a second American civil war possible?Benjamin PageThe Standard Examiner (Utah)
06.04.2018
The numbers that explain why teachers are in revoltKirabo JacksonThe New York Times
06.03.2018
Editorial: Getting illegal guns under our lax laws is a simple handshake dealAndrew PapachristosThe Chicago Sun-Times
05.31.2018
Takers or makers? How Americans decide who 'deserves' a safety netCeleste Watkins-HayesThe Guardian
05.31.2018
Why your job interviews are probably worthless -- and how to fix themLauren RiveraForbes
05.28.2018
Study: Many Chicago arrestees close to illegal gunsAndrew PapachristosThe Associated Press
05.24.2018
Chicago criminals are ‘handshakes’ away from illegal guns, study findsAndrew PapachristosThe Trace
05.24.2018
Having the courage to change the worldAlice EaglyThe New York Times
05.23.2018
Guns in Chicago are just '2.5 handshakes' away, shocking study finds Andrew PapachristosThe Daily Mail
05.23.2018
Schools get early report on student success studyDavid FiglioEvanston Now
05.23.2018
Illegal guns 2 or 3 'handshakes' away from Chicago arrestees, research showsAndrew PapachristosThe Chicago Tribune
05.22.2018
What does the ‘future of work’ mean for schools? Big claims leave educators with more questions than answersDiane Whitmore SchanzenbachChalkbeat
05.22.2018
Northwestern, Evanston public schools to research what students need to not only start college but finishDavid FiglioThe Chicago Tribune
05.22.2018
US birth rate sinks to 30-year lowChristine PercheskiWTTW - Chicago Tonight
05.21.2018
What your bedtime says about your longevityKristen KnutsonChicago
05.18.2018
Gun legislation debate continues in Springfield in aftermath of Texas school shootingLinda TeplinWGN-TV
05.18.2018
Why the wealth gap hits families the hardestChristine PercheskiThe New York Times
05.17.2018
Netflix counts the reasons teens should watch ‘13 Reasons Why’Ellen WartellaThe New York Times
05.16.2018
Here's one industry where diversity is thrivingElizabeth GerberInc.
05.16.2018
The U.S. spends less on children than almost any other developed nationDiane Whitmore SchanzenbachThe Washington Post
05.15.2018
Are online comment sections still valuable?Stephanie EdgerlyWTTW - Chicago Tonight
05.15.2018
Here is Trump’s alternative to Medicare drug negotiation after breaking populist promiseCraig GarthwaiteThink Progress
05.15.2018
Northwestern, U. of C. presidents talk 'safe spaces' on Katie Couric's new seriesMorton SchapiroThe Chicago Tribune
05.15.2018
Study: Twentysomething startup founders are the least likely to succeedBenjamin JonesFast Company
05.14.2018
U.S. to consider expanding Medicare drug price negotiationCraig GarthwaiteReuters
05.14.2018
Health-agency chiefs defend Trump’s plan to lower drug prices Craig GarthwaiteThe Wall Street Journal
05.13.2018
Should we sleep and wake early to boost our health?Kristen KnutsonBBC News
05.13.2018
I asked a top relationship psychologist for his 3 best pieces of advice about marriageEli FinkelBusiness Insider
05.12.2018
Common Sense Media Census measures plugged-in parentsEllen WartellaCommon Sense Media
05.11.2018
Jeff Sessions is scapegoating the ACLU for Chicago’s murder rate spikeWesley SkoganSlate
05.10.2018
Trump plan won't allow Medicare to negotiate prices but will propose some drug plans share discountsCraig GarthwaiteCNBC
05.10.2018
Trump is set to unveil his plan to lower drug prices. Here are four things to watch for.Craig GarthwaiteThe Washington Post
05.09.2018
Better ways for Jeff Bezos to spend $131 billionJonathan GuryanThe New York Times
05.08.2018
Neri Oxman and Blu Dot among 2018’s National Design Award winnersElizabeth GerberCo.Design
05.08.2018
Fighting street gun violence as if it were a contagionAndrew PapachristosThe New York Times
05.08.2018
Cultural confusion: the shifting line between sane and ‘unsane’Rebecca SeligmanSTAT
05.07.2018
A cutting-edge new cancer treatment has two different price tags, and it could be the future of how we pay for drugsCraig GarthwaiteBusiness Insider
05.04.2018
Unequal in AmericaLincoln QuillianU.S. News and World Report
05.03.2018
People with ‘too many interests’ more likely to be successful, according to researchBrian UzziObserver (New York)
05.03.2018
Waffle House shooting, other incidents show burden of dealing with family member with mental illnessLinda TeplinThe Chicago Tribune
05.01.2018
Does the media cover school choice fairly? Yes and no.David Figlio, Krzysztof KarbownikReal Clear Education
04.26.2018
Massachusetts introduces LGBTQ-inclusive curriculumBrian MustanskiTeen Vogue
04.25.2018
Putin’s temporary dominance masks uncertain futureJordan Gans-MorseThe Hill
04.25.2018
Genes and environment have equal influence in learning for rich and poor kids, study findsDavid FiglioSalon
04.24.2018
Who's the boss? Research reveals unconscious gender biasAlice EaglyStar Tribune (Minnesota)
04.24.2018
America’s top scientists reprimand Donald Trump (again)Charles ManskiThe New Yorker
04.22.2018
The US is entering a golden age of corporate medicine Craig GarthwaiteThe Guardian
04.21.2018
How cities split the nationThomas OgorzalekThe Boston Globe
04.20.2018
Being a night owl can shorten your lifeKristen KnutsonHow Stuff Works
04.20.2018
'I have someone to rely on': For gay teens, romance reduces the stress of bias, harassmentBrian MustanskiThe Chicago Tribune
04.19.2018
Parkland shooting survivor wants fresh focus on ‘Never Again’ movementJoseph FeinglassWTTW - Chicago Tonight
04.19.2018
Chicago's gun-toting students outnumber those of New York, Los Angeles: studyJoseph FeinglassReuters
04.19.2018
Chicago teen gun ownership rises even as it falls in L.A., N.Y.Joseph FeinglassCrain's Chicago Business
04.18.2018
Study reveals why new dads suffer from postpartum depressionCraig GarfieldFatherly
04.17.2018
Many reasons why we shouldn't worry that '13 Reasons Why' is leading teens to suicideEllen WartellaThe New York Daily News
04.17.2018
Night owls might face more health issues and early death compared with early risersKristen KnutsonThe Chicago Tribune
04.17.2018
Ryan Zinke refers to himself as a geologist. That's a job he's never held.Seth SteinCNN
04.16.2018
Ask Brianna: Is 4-year college right for you?James RosenbaumThe Detroit News
04.16.2018
Can postpartum depression affect dads, too? Recent research says it might.Craig GarfieldThe Washington Post
04.16.2018
Night owls could face higher risk of premature death, study suggestsKristen KnutsonForbes
04.15.2018
Do wage theft laws in Ohio harm or help workers?Daniel GalvinThe Cleveland Plain Dealer
04.15.2018
Op Ed: Milwaukee can never desegregate under America’s oligarchy systemBenjamin PageThe Milwaukee Independent
04.14.2018
Night owls face higher risk of premature death, study saysKristen KnutsonCBC News
04.13.2018
Giving and taking criticismEli FinkelWHYY (Philadelphia)
04.13.2018
Being a 'night owl' could kill you, study findsKristen KnutsonMedical News Today
04.13.2018
Night owls have 10% higher mortality risk, study saysKristen KnutsonCNN
04.12.2018
Night owls may have 10 percent higher risk of early death, study says Kristen KnutsonThe Conversation
04.12.2018
Late risers at increased risk of early death, study findsKristen KnutsonBBC News
04.12.2018
How being a night owl endangers your healthKristen KnutsonTime
04.12.2018
Night owls more likely to die earlier than morning larks, first study findsKristen KnutsonThe Telegraph
04.12.2018
Employers should let workers have lie-ins to stop them dying early, research finds Kristen KnutsonThe Independent (UK)
04.12.2018
Bad news for night owls: Late risers may die sooner, study findsKristen KnutsonCBS News
04.12.2018
Night owls die young in a world scheduled for early birdsKristen KnutsonNBC News
04.12.2018
Night owls risk dying younger, should sleep in: studyKristen KnutsonAFP
04.12.2018
Night owls' are at higher risk of dying and shouldn't be forced to work early mornings, scientists warnKristen KnutsonNewsweek
04.12.2018
Are you a 'night owl'? Regularly staying up late could be deadly, study findsKristen KnutsonUSA Today
04.12.2018
Morning people may live longer than night owlsKristen KnutsonThe New York Times
04.11.2018
Bad news for night owls. Their risk of early death is 10% higher than for early risers, study findsKristen KnutsonThe Los Angeles Times
04.11.2018
Guess what? The rich really are different from everyone else — and it ain’t prettyAlice EaglyThe Los Angeles Times
04.10.2018
Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg testifies before CongressPablo BoczkowskiWBEZ
04.09.2018
The United States is an oligarchy, not a democracyBenjamin PageThe Tehran Times
04.09.2018
How romance can protect gay and lesbian youths from emotional distressBrian MustanskiThe Washington Post
04.04.2018
'13 Reasons Why' warning is a start, experts say, but they want moreEllen WartellaCNN
03.30.2018
Can we predict urban gun homicides?Andrew PapachristosScience Friday