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Friday, September 28, 2012

Friday's Daily Brief: Ohio Takes Campaign Centerstage

Friday, September 28, 2012
Akin: McCaskill Was More 'Ladylike' In 2006
New Data Show Net Job Growth Under Obama
BREAKING: Mars Rover Spots Ancient Stream
Police: Man Behind Anti-Islam Film Arrested
Samuel L. Jackson To Voters: 'Wake The F*ck Up'
Arianna Huffington: Two Pink Elephants, One Room
In this week's issue of Huffington, Lila Shapiro puts the spotlight on the small but robust gay contingent within the GOP, Tom Zeller Jr. tracks the debate over the eastward migration of mountain lions, and Gazelle Emami interviews Ai Weiwei, bringing the dissident Chinese artist's passion and fearlessness into sharp focus in time for his first major show in the U.S.
Howard Fineman: A GOP Senate Is Slip-Sliding Away: Countdown Day 40
You couldn't make up the impressive biography of Richard Carmona of Tucson, Ariz. Hollywood would never buy it. But Carmona is real -- and one reason why Republicans are losing what once looked like a good shot at retaking the U.S. Senate.
Melinda Gates: From Farms to Family Planning: Investing in Women on World Contraception Day
Today is World Contraception Day. I am celebrating by visiting a cassava farm in Tanzania. It might seem like a strange way to observe the day, except for this fact: the women who do the majority of the labor on small family farms are often the very same women who are asking for contraceptives.
Jared Bernstein: Economic Indicators: Good News and Bad News
We're just not out of the economic woods. And that is, in no small part, the consequence of policy failure that pivoted to austerity and fiscal contraction way too soon.
Esther Dyson: The Stream Series 2012: Release 0.9: A Swim in the Stream
Imagine what loyalty corporations could earn by investing in educating their workers. Yes, many would leave for better jobs... and one day they might even be able to afford their former employers' products.

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