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Why Benjamin Netanyahu Should Be Very, Very Worried

nationaljournal.com — Chris Wallace of "Fox News Sunday" asked Benjamin Netanyahu whether he was worried about "a third intifadah." The Israeli prime minister replied that Hamas "wants to pile up" Gazan casualties in hope of instigating an uprising. In other words, he ducked the heart of the question. Netanyahu should be worried.
Jul 28, 2014

#Israel's defense is vulnerable to more than missiles as demographic and social changes threaten its global story. nationaljournal.com/white-house/wh…

Jul 28, 2014

Why doesn't #Bibi seem worried about consequences of an approach tailored for a world that is ceasing to exist? nationaljournal.com/white-house/wh…

Jul 28, 2014

RT @jonlustig: This age of fawning Israel coverage that @ron_fournier remembers has to predate my lifetime, if it ever happened. nationaljournal.com/white-house/wh…

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On Balancing Career and Family as a Woman of Color

nationaljournal.com — I thought the telephone interview was going so well: The woman was mature, had taken care of kids of different ages, and even (bonus points!) had experience with twins. We seemed to be on the same page about things like activities and discipline, and she had family in the D.C.
Jul 28, 2014

Smart take on how women of color are missing from the "having it all" conversations from @michele_norris nationaljournal.com/magazine/when-…

Jul 28, 2014

RT @annfriedman: What I've Left Unsaid: On balancing career and family as a woman of color. afwkly.com/1lOxp9d by @NPRMichel

Jul 28, 2014

What I've Left Unsaid: On balancing career and family as a woman of color. afwkly.com/1lOxp9d by @NPRMichel

Jul 28, 2014

RT @NHPRATC: If you want to read the piece @NPRMichel wrote, and just discussed with @arishapiro on the show, here's a link: ow.ly/zG4Fl

Jul 28, 2014

Beautiful, powerful, essential reading from Michel Martin on career, family and what it means to be a woman of color nationaljournal.com/magazine/when-…

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OkCupid Brags About Experimenting on Users

nationaljournal.com — Dating website OkCupid revealed Monday that it purposefully set up people with bad matches to test its own algorithm. A similar experiment landed Facebook at the center of a major controversy recently. Sen. Mark Warner and a privacy group even asked the Federal Trade Commission to investigate whether Facebook broke the law by manipulating the content in users' news feeds to study how it affected their moods.

How Your Cereal Causes Climate Change

nationaljournal.com — One of the world's largest food companies says it's about to take a big bite out of global warming. General Mills, the company that manufactures Cheerios, Cinnamon Toast Crunch, and Wheaties, said Monday that it will set a target to limit air pollution throughout its entire supply chain next summer.
Jul 28, 2014

RT @ckmarie: Your cereal is causing climate change. But General Mills has a plan to take a bite out of air pollution. nationaljournal.com/energy/how-you…