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newsweek.com — Vermont's glitch-plagued health insurance website, once a beacon for health care reform, has been put into a medically-induced coma. The state temporarily pulled the plug on its online insurance marketplace on Tuesday, an effort to try to overhaul it-again-for open enrollments next month. Vermont Gov.
Sep 16, 2014

RT @BrowningLynnley: .@newsweek Check out New Yorker cartoonist's hilarious video in Vermont’s Flawed Health Care Site Put On Life Support bit.ly/1qVM9cy

Sep 16, 2014

RT @VermontNews365: Vermont's Flawed Health Care Site Put On Life Support - Newsweek dlvr.it/6wlrMZ

Sep 16, 2014

rt .@Newsweek: Vermont's glitch-plagued health insurance website put into medically-induced coma trib.al/noFNyf0 Shared for the hed

Sep 16, 2014

VT resident: Liaising with health insurance companies is “like watching people try to hang wallpaper without arms.” bit.ly/1DgvVQr

Sep 16, 2014

Vermont just shut down its health care website AGAIN. bit.ly/1DgvVQr

newsweek.com — Fabrizio Bensch / Reuters Researchers have created a blood test that they have used to accurately diagnose depression in a small sample of people, and they hope that with time and funding it could be used on a widespread basis.
Sep 16, 2014

Researchers have created a blood test that has accurately diagnosed depression in a small sample of people newsweek.com/first-blood-te…

newsweek.com — Kelley L Cox-USA TODAY Sports/Reuters "No matter how successful you are, change is always good." -Oakland Athletics general manager Billy Beane to author Michael Lewis, Moneyball Except when it's not. On July 31, the Oakland Athletics had baseball's best record (66-41) and by far its most explosive offensive lineup.
Sep 16, 2014

RT @jimpoco: Mr. Moneyball Billy Beane was oblivious to a maxim Yogi Berra might have uttered: “If it ain’t broke, don’t break it” newsweek.com/they-got-beane…

Sep 16, 2014

Mr. Moneyball Billy Beane was oblivious to a maxim Yogi Berra might have uttered: “If it ain’t broke, don’t break it” newsweek.com/they-got-beane…

Sep 16, 2014

Beane Ball. The A's will still make playoffs, but they're not better post-Cespedes: newsweek.com/they-got-beane…

newsweek.com — In the nearly seven decades since the Nazi death camps were liberated, only a fraction of the SS members who served at Auschwitz-Birkenau have been prosecuted. One, 93-year-old Oskar Groening, was charged Monday with 300,000 counts of accessory to murder.
Sep 16, 2014

Decades After Auschwitz, Former Guard Charged With Accessory to Murder. Nice debut story by @sziv14 newsweek.com/decades-after-…

newsweek.com — After more than three years of development, the FBI announced on Monday the completion of its Next Generation Identification (NGI) System, a facial recognition system that has civil liberties groups worried. NGI will work in conjunction with its predecessor, the Integrated Automated Fingerprint Identification System, which currently contains more than 100 million records of biometric data, including palm prints and iris scans.

newsweek.com — Danny Nicholson/Flickr/Creative Commons Texas public schools will teach its students from kindergarten through grade 12 false information regarding climate change and ozone depletion if a series of proposed textbooks pass a Texas Board of Education vote in November.
Sep 16, 2014

I am so surprised. RT @Newsweek: Proposed Texas textbooks would teach false information on climate change trib.al/pDQICFh

Sep 16, 2014

RT @KiraBind: A series of proposed Texas textbooks suggest that climate change will basically work itself out bit.ly/1tZbd4C via @zoeschlanger

Sep 16, 2014

A series of proposed Texas textbooks suggest that climate change will basically work itself out bit.ly/1tZbd4C via @zoeschlanger

Sep 16, 2014

RT @Newsweek: Proposed Texas textbooks would teach false information on climate change trib.al/pDQICFh

Sep 16, 2014

Report: Texas’ Proposed New Textbooks Offer False Information, Climate Change Denialism newsweek.com/texas-proposed…

newsweek.com — The United States is about to start a war-or maybe it already has-against ISIS. Or is that ISIL? Or The Islamic State? Most Westerners (with the exception of some French, apparently) agree that they are "evil."

newsweek.com — For a while there, it looked like the bad guys were going to win, the ones who practiced the dark arts of aggregation, who search-engine-optimized headlines as if splicing genes, who turned human catastrophes into GIFs, who inundated the Internet with cat memes and Joe Biden-Duck Dynasty mashups and 36 maps that explain the whole bloody arc of human history and also tell you where to buy your doughnuts.
Sep 16, 2014

RT @hilmarschmundt: Long Form Journalism helped by smartphones. Because PCs are tethered to the workplace, but smartphones are personal newsweek.com/serious-report…

Sep 16, 2014

RT @graynoize: Longlive #longform RT: Serious Reporting Thriving on the Internet, Despite Predictions newsweek.com/serious-report…

Sep 16, 2014

RT @graynoize: Longlive #longform RT: Serious Reporting Thriving on the Internet, Despite Predictions newsweek.com/serious-report…

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