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Old Guard still standing ...

    NPR
  • --March In London Demanding A Second Brexit Vote Draws Huge Crowds
  • --Pope Accepts Resignation Of Top Cardinal In Chile
  • --What Recent Destructive Cyclones Tell Us About Climate
    NEW YORK TIMES
  • --As Mueller Report Lands, Prosecutorial Focus Moves to New York
  • --Mueller’s Findings Will Remain Confidential at Least Another Day
  • --News Analysis: For Trump and the System, Mueller’s Report Is a Turning Point and a Test
    BBC
  • --Mueller report: US Congress awaits key findings from Attorney General Barr
  • --Norway cruise ship evacuated after engine problems
  • --Trump hails fall of Islamic State 'caliphate' in Syria
    CHICAGO TRIBUNE
  • --SWAT officers on scene in Arcadia Terrace neighborhood
  • --Day 3 of the NCAA Tournament: Carsen Edwards scores 42 as Purdue eliminates defending champion Villa
  • --Cruise ship off Norway evacuating passengers by helicopter in rough seas amid storm

Indie news of note ...

    PRO PUBLICA
  • --HUD’s Inspection System Gets a Poor Grade in Congressional Watchdog’s Report
  • --Two Indiana Police Officers Face Federal Charges in Videotaped Beating of Handcuffed Man
  • --Hate Endures in America, and With It Our Effort to Document the Damage
    CHICAGO REPORTER
  • --Lightfoot’s long, complicated record on policing easy to distort
  • --Report: Illinois’ Countering Violent Extremism programs struggle to gain community partners
  • --An ‘appetite for independence’ in the 40th Ward
    BALTIMORE BREW
  • --Seeds for UMMS contracting scandal were sowed in ethics-challenged Annapolis
  • --“I understand how it may look to some” – a press release from Pugh on Healthy Holly
  • --Chrencik, at the center of the UMMS “self-dealing” scandal, placed on leave
    CITY LAB
  • --CityLab Daily: Why Can’t We Close the Racial Wealth Gap?
  • --For Weed Arrests in Baltimore, It’s Catch-and-Release Season
  • --Why the Water Sector Needs More Women Leaders

Science feeds of note ...

    REDDIT - SCIENCE
  • --US study suggests mass shootings can inadvertently promote the idea of using guns to empower oneself
  • --Scientists studied a "super-smeller" who claimed to smell Parkinson’s disease. In a test, she smelle
  • --Teens and young adults who seek solitude may know what's best for them, research suggests (n=979). D
    SPACE.COM
  • --This Week's Top Space Stories!
  • --The Most Amazing Space Photos This Week!
  • --Space Development Agency Promises to Do More with Less
    SLASHDOT
  • --How The FBI Easily Retrieved Michael Cohen's Data From Both Apple and Google
  • --Pwn2Own Competitors Crack Tesla, Firefox, Safari, Microsoft Edge, and Windows 10
  • --Cringely Pans Self-Driving Car Hype, Says They're Years Away
    SCIENCE NEWS
  • --Women have a new weapon against postpartum depression, but it’s costly
  • --U.S. fentanyl deaths are rising fastest among African Americans
  • --The oldest known astrolabe was used on one of Vasco da Gama’s ships

Evolution feeds of note ...

    CELL.COM
  • --Sex-Specific Differences in Thermal Fertility Limits
  • --Aquatic Landscape Genomics and Environmental Effects on Genetic Variation
  • --Six Impossible Things before Breakfast: Assumptions, Models, and Belief in Molecular Dating
    FRONTIERS IN
  • --Phenotypic Plasticity, Developmental Instability, and Robustness: The Concepts and How They Are Conn
  • --The Synarcual of the Little Skate, Leucoraja erinacea: Novel Development Among the Vertebrates
  • --How the Devil Ray Got Its Horns: The Evolution and Development of Cephalic Lobes in Myliobatid Sting
    NYTIMES:EVOLUTION
  • --Did Dietary Changes Bring Us ‘F’ Words? Study Tackles Complexities of Language’s Origins
  • --How the Icefish Got Its Transparent Blood and See-Through Skull
  • --Why Do Zebras Have Stripes? Scientists Camouflaged Horses to Find Out
    NATURE.COM
  • --Fossil bed reveals a wealth of primeval species in exquisite detail
  • --A new transitional therizinosaurian theropod from the Early Cretaceous Jehol Biota of China
  • --The variations in the East Asian summer monsoon over the past 3 kyrs and the controlling factors

Espresso feeds of note ...

    I NEED COFFEE
  • --10 Reasons I Love Cold Brew Coffee
  • --Can Pregnant and Nursing Mothers Drink Coffee?
  • --What Coffee Are You? Your Preference Says a Lot About You
    PERFECT DAILY FEED
  • --Roasters, Should You Expand Into Equipment Sales?
  • --Cómo Satisfacer Los Deseos Del Cliente Sin Servir Un Mal Café
  • --Un Recorrido Por Las Tiendas De Café De Guadalajara, México
    SPRUDGE
  • --Coffee Sprudgecast Episode 70: Live From US Coffee Champs Kansas City Part One
  • --Coffee May Help Slow The Growth Of Prostate Cancer
  • --US Barista Champion Samantha Spillman: The Sprudge Interview
    COFFEETOGRAPHER
  • --coffee.: A Barista Spills Her Heart and Wins Ours, United States Barista Champion
  • --Whose Coffee Line Was It Anyway? USBC Kansas City Quoteables.
  • --coffeetography.: near The Broken Arm, Paris, France,