Today’s selection of articles:
- “Prospect of atmospheric nuclear test by North Korea raises specter of danger“, by David E. Sanger & William J. Broad (NY Times).
- “Betsy DeVos reverses Obama-era policy on campus sexual assault investigations“, by Stephanie Saul & Kate Taylor (NY Times). “Preponderance of evidence” becomes “clear and convincing evidence”, and arbitration becomes allowed.
- “Angela Merkel’s great escape“, by James Traub (Foreign Policy).
- “The blockbuster showdown at tomorrow’s Berlin Marathon“, by Ed Cesar (Wired). Good luck to all the runners at Berlin!
- “Are physical limits all in our heads?“, by Alex Hutchinson (NY Times). An article using tomorrow’s Berlin Marathon as an excuse (or launching pad) to talk about psychology in athletes.
- “Uber loses license to operate in London“, by Prashant S. Rao & Mike Isaac (NY Times).
- “Back and forth on DACA leaves young immigrants ‘just dangling’ “, by Liz Robbins (NY Times).
- “Failing charter schools have a reincarnation plan“, by Annie Waldman (Slate).
- “The future of detecing brain damage in football“, by Patrick Hruby (The Atlantic).