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Pulse oximeters give biased results for people with darker skin. The consequences could be serious.
The urban left’s eco-puritanism takes many forms.
Claude S. Fischer
The Trans-Pacific Partnership and the downside to free trade.
It is easy, but wrong, to see development in terms of 'genes for X' or a nature/nurture balance.
Two radical notions in the early 1970s, having a black president and permitting homosexual marriage, have pretty much come to pass.
Geocaching invites you to consider spaces normally relegate to the blur of background scenery.
The U.S. is funding development in restive Northern Nigeria, but soft power isn't blunting anti-American sentiments.
On Gregory Berns's How Dogs Love Us.
We are at a critical point in the history of our civil liberties.
Neil M. Richards
"I hate the word 'problematizer,' but it leaps to mind when I think about Evgeny."
The divestment movement’s moral clarity entails a risk if advocates shift from demonizing fossil fuels to demonizing the people who dig them up.
Social media is only the latest development in a long history of community support.
His ACA employer mandate delay was constitutional—why didn't he say so?
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