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Issie Lapowsky | Wired | Retweeted by Jennifer Huddleston
According to a Pew Research report, Twitter users are richer, younger, and more likely to lean left than the US population.
Dave Gershgorn | Quartz | Retweeted by Alex Tabarrok
On an internal message board, Microsoft employees’ heated discussions show a growing discourse in the tech sector regarding diversity.
Alan Levin | Bloomberg | Tweeted by Brent Skorup
In mountainous southwest Virginia, an offshoot of Google will soon start delivering packages with drones after becoming the first drone company approved as an airline by the FAA.
Mary Anastasia O’Grady | The Wall Street Journal | Shared by Donald Boudreaux
Malnourishment, disease, and a cruel dictatorship plague the socialist country of Venezuela. Can the country ever recover?
Matthew S. Schwartz | NPR | Retweeted by Veronique de Rugy
A federal appeals court ruled Monday that officers “chalking” vehicles to track how long they are parked in a spot is a violation of the 4th Amendment.
Deanna Paul | The Washington Post | Shared by Tyler Cowen
After many sightings went unreported for fear of retribution, or uninvestigated after reports, the Navy is implementing formal procedures for pilots to report UFOs.
Bryan Riley | National Taxpayers Union Foundation | Tweeted by Christine McDaniel
Unlike tariffs, which at least provide some revenue for the government, quotas raise prices, are blanketed in bureaucracy, and are harder to reverse with no measurable benefits.
Katie Hunt | CNN | Retweeted by Salim Furth
More than 250,000 children in Africa die from malaria each year, but a pilot program by the World Health Organization could help save lives with the world’s first malaria vaccine.