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RT @nytimesbusiness: Using data to solve the mystery of the miserable employees. https://nyti.ms/2XiRwcZ
Despite his late entry and his small state, Mr. Bullock came even closer to qualifying than it looks. https://nyti.ms/2Rajnqq
RT @nytpolitics: The selection of the debate lineups unfolded like a scene from "The Apprentice." Arrayed on a table were two boxes — wrapp…
RT @RD_Mullin: Where We Came From and Where We Went, State by State https://nyti.ms/2lfUmsK via @UpshotNYT
RT @JustinWolfers: This @NickKristof piece on the death penalty is a vital and important read. It's also a compelling reminder of the way t…
RT @SteveKornacki: I agree it's early and obscure candidates can still break out. But I also see a giant field and a process that is more n…
Some perspective from @FiveThirtyEight https://nyti.ms/2IeZAmS
RT @MrWalterShapiro: Most important political piece of the week -- @Nate_Cohn on the foolish obsession with premature polls. The history of…
RT @BeschlossDC: Michael Beschloss on historical origins of Air Force One's current design, originally published in New York Times, 2015:…
RT @Amanda_Beland: @sethmoulton wont be in the first presidential debate later this month, but that may not mean much ... other candidates…
RT @jayvanbavel: How race and gender impacts social mobility http://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2018/03/27/upshot/make-your-own-mobility-animation.html
In light of New York's decision to eliminate religious exemptions for vaccines, a reminder of the power of the force of law, via @brendanNyhan https://nyti.ms/2IfTGSc
RT @nytgraphics: The first presidential debate is in 12 days. See who's in, and how the 23 Democratic candidates stack up in early polling,…
RT @nicholas_bagley: For a decisive, plain-language take-down of a bad argument that just won't die, see @afrakt's piece here: https://t.co…
Reporters from across the newsroom describe the many ways in which they increasingly rely on datasets and spreadsheets to create groundbreaking work. https://nyti.ms/2IcBj0J
One way to be masculine is to do typically male chores, and another way is to refuse to do typically female ones. https://nyti.ms/2R1hWdC
When it comes to personal health, a basic plan to cover up seems sensible. https://nyti.ms/2QXLzN9
Yet Mr. Bullock’s low support in the polls doesn’t preclude the possibility that he’ll play a meaningful role in the race. https://nyti.ms/2Rd5qI0
RT @sangerkatz: TIL from @DLeonhardt: Andrew Yang has a policy proposal about daylight saving time. https://www.nytimes.com/2019/06/13/opinion/andrew-yang-2020.html
RT @nytimes: There’s a name for an unhealthy obsession with achieving perfect sleep: orthosomnia https://nyti.ms/2IdKIoJ
RT @NYTScience: Two hours a week -- not five hours, not 90 minutes -- is the ideal amount of time needed to reap the health benefits of the…
RT @Slade: One respondent! SAVAGE. https://www.nytimes.com/2019/06/13/upshot/missing-2020-debate-democrats-bullock.html
RT @46norma: 1.5 Million Missing Black Men https://nyti.ms/2k66kot via @UpshotNYT
It's a tighter race in Iowa than it is nationally, via @FiveThirtyEight https://nyti.ms/2IeqACT
RT @tackettdc: "Mr. Clinton averaged just 1.5 percent of the vote in the early polls in the 1992 cycle. Jimmy Carter, who held 0.75 percent…
RT @nytpolitics: Evidence from lawsuits has showed that Wilbur Ross pressured the Justice Department to request the citizenship question, n…
RT @taylordobbs: This isn't an original thought, and I've been thinking about it a lot since @AJEvancie tweeted (meta-irony) this @nytimes
RT @sangerkatz: I also enjoyed this part, which made me feel plausible as a presidential contender for a second. https://www.nytimes.com/2019/06/13/upshot/missing-2020-debate-democrats-bullock.html ht…
RT @sangerkatz: The polling threshold for the Democratic presidential debates is ridiculously low, but may still be too high, @Nate_Cohn wr…
He might have qualified had he received a single additional respondent in the Monmouth poll. https://nyti.ms/2Rgqiyb
Social expectations surrounding housework are different for men and women, even today. https://nyti.ms/2R4TJDj
A relatively unknown candidate at 1 percent of the vote could be thought to have a better chance at winning than a well-known candidate at 10 percent, like a Jeb Bush in 2015. https://nyti.ms/2Rd4Tpu
RT @heisers: Lots of research cited to explain why sexist stereotypes and gender expectations continue. By @clairecm in @UpshotNYT. https:/…
RT @sangerkatz: He advocates for a network-matching approach, which I recently described as mostly favored by professors. I should have sai…
RT @libbyanelson: Today in "infuriating and extremely believable studies": A woman's clean room is still perceived as messier than a man's,…
The additional time that women spend on unpaid household labor is a root of gender inequality. https://nyti.ms/2R4TtnP
RT @lizzieohreally: This piece reinforces that ⁦@clairecm⁩ is my absolute must read. Every day. https://www.nytimes.com/2019/06/11/upshot/why-women-but-not-men-are-judged-for-a-messy-house.html
RT @RD_Mullin: How Effective Is Your School District? A New Measure Shows Where Students Learn the Most https://nyti.ms/2kpgEx3 via @Upshot…
RT @lauren_kelley: A study found that "even though men who live in cities spend less time on outdoor chores than suburban or rural men, the…
RT @AndreaRBarry: Sobering to see Rochester & Buffalo leading least effective schools nationally according to this data review, but not rea…
RT @emilymbadger: Unified control of nearly every state legislature is leading the country in two starkly different directions: https://t.c…
RT @LilyMasonPhD: This survey is honestly one of the best things to happen to the study of American political behavior in a very long time.…
RT @BeeBrookshire: There's a lot of panic as to whether sunscreen on your skin ends up in your blood. And it apparently does! But that's DO…
RT @NateSilver538: We've re-launched our generic ballot tracker. Democrats currently lead by ~6 points, down from 8-9 points as of the 2018…
RT @jenvandenhouten: This is fascinating and also so depressing --> Why women, but not men, are judged for having a messy house via @nytime…
RT @nytclimate: With growing concern over the environmental impact of flying, sleeper trains, long considered old-fashioned and nostalgic,…
RT @nytgraphics: The U.S. is so stacked that one of the world's best strikers will start on defense. But don't expect her to just sit back…
RT @pierremercer: Canadian Grand Prix 2019: 60-Second Animated Recap https://nyti.ms/2IxppgC via @UpshotNYT
RT @_cingraham: "Mothers married to men did more housework than single mothers, slept less and had less leisure time." Researchers say it m…
RT @NYTHealth: Using sunscreen is one mainstay to prevent skin cancer. But the recent news that sunscreen ingredients can soak into your bl…
 
 
 
 
 
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