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Of Mice and Boys: Studies Say Young Blood Reverses Aging in Old Rodents

Of Mice and Boys: Studies Say Young Blood Reverses Aging in Old Rodents
Research has shown that the effects of aging in old mice are reversed by young blood, indicating that the blood transfusion could awaken stem cells and rejuvenate aging tissue. What does this mean for humans though?
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New York Times Publishes Discredited Arguments About Emergency Contraception

New York Times Publishes Discredited Arguments About Emergency Contraception
It’s a mystery why the Times asked Harrison to write a piece on emergency contraceptives, since it is composed of three outright false claims, all of which have been previously debunked by the New York Times itself.
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State Dept on Benghazi: 'No Indication' al Qaeda Involved

State Dept on Benghazi: 'No Indication' al Qaeda Involved
A State Department spokesperson backed up what the New York Times is reporting: Calling the group that attacked the U.S. embassy in Benghazi, Libya, on Sept. 11, 2012, part of the al Qaeda network is a "gross oversimplification" of the group. Video after the jump.
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NY Times Endorses Trans-Pacific Partnership Though Treaty Would Nullify Rule of Law, National Autonomy

NY Times Endorses Trans-Pacific Partnership Though Treaty Would Nullify Rule of Law, National Autonomy
The New York Times has endorsed the TPP, the Trans-Pacific Partnership, a dastardly treaty that abdicates the rule of law for corporate-run kangaroo courts.
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NYT Editor Calls Out Own Paper for Ignoring NSA, Israel Revelations

NYT Editor Calls Out Own Paper for Ignoring NSA, Israel Revelations
New York Times public editor Margaret Sullivan on Monday publicly challenged her paper's decision to ignore last week's revelations that the National Security Agency shares unfiltered raw data intelligence files with the Israeli government.
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New York Times Issues Strong Rebuke of 'Skills Gap' Theory, Calls It 'Corporate Fiction'

New York Times Issues Strong Rebuke of 'Skills Gap' Theory, Calls It 'Corporate Fiction'
New numbers released by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics show that there were 3.8 million job openings in April of 2013. Yet, the unemployment rate was at 7.5 percent that same month. This disparity is often attributed to a “skills gap,” something which suggests companies are hiring but American workers are not qualified for the open positions. The New York Times, however, isn’t so sure.
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The New York Times' Bill Keller and Mindlessness Over Syria

The New York Times' Bill Keller and Mindlessness Over Syria
Bill Keller's latest New York Times column is filled with the same kind of arrogance that he brought to Iraq as a “reluctant hawk” ten years ago. Indeed, Syria and Iraq may not be the same, but Keller hasn’t changed.
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New York Times Hacked Following Investigation of Top Chinese Leader

New York Times Hacked Following Investigation of Top Chinese Leader
Chinese hackers repeatedly penetrated The New York Times' computer systems over the past four months, stealing reporters' passwords and hunting for files on an investigation into the wealth amassed by the family of a top Chinese leader, the newspaper reported Thursday.
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Oil Industry Chides Media Coverage of Shale, Doesn't Address Health and Safety Concerns

Quite often, rather than responding to the issues raised in a responsible fashion, industry PR shops have questioned the motives and qualifications of journalists who investigate the problems with shale gas development, and especially those who delve into the industry’s economic prospects.
How much longer can the shale gas industry attempt to play the victim, when all the evidence compiled by investigative journalists points to significant cause for concern about threats to drinking water and public health, as well as the economic fallout of the shale gas bubble?
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