Nicholas Kristof in the New York Times: President Trump is now calling for expanding the death penalty so it would apply to drug dealers and those who kill police officers, with an expedited trial and quick execution. A majority of Americans (56 ...

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Everything you think you know about the death penalty is wrong

Nicholas Kristof in the New York Times:

 

President Trump is now calling for expanding the death penalty so it would apply to drug dealers and those who kill police officers, with an expedited trial and quick execution. A majority of Americans (56 percent, according to Gallup) favor capital...

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Laser Destroys Cancer Cells Circulating in the Blood

Emily Waltz in IEEE Spectrum:

 

Tumor cells that spread cancer via the bloodstream face a new foe: a laser beam, shined from outside the skin, that finds and kills these metastatic little demons on the spot.

In a study published today in Science Translational Medicine, researchers revealed...

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Truth: A Love Story (a scientist discovers his own family’s secrets)

Stuart L. Schreiber in Harvard Magazine:

 

On July 17, 2017, my world turned upside down when I discovered that the man who raised me was not my biological father. What followed was a challenging path of learning and insight into family truths that ultimately brought great joy and made me a...

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Can Europe Come Together?

Jonathan Guyer in American Prospect:

Across the continent, many had anticipated further gains for far-right parties that masquerade in populism but spit raw racism. Thankfully, the so-called populist surge has been halted for the moment.

The elections offer a tale of two markedly different...

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