WUNC. May 31. "We might have information. But information and evidence are two different things," says David Schanzer with regard to Guantanamo Bay detainees.
CQ Researcher. May 31. Bob Cook-Deegan suggests using compulsory licensing provisions in order to prevent genetic diagnostic labs from monopolizing genetic testing.
USA Today. May 30. Don Taylor says it's too early to predict if the 2010 health care law will drive Medicare costs down in the long-run.
The Hill. May 30. "The good news is that the school accountability initiatives of the post-NCLB era are addressing these shortcomings, in part thanks to incentives put in place by the Race to the Top competition," says Jacob Vigdor.
Forbes. May 30. Peter Ubel explores differences in state healthcare funding with regard to programs such as Medicare.
The Pilot. May 29. "We citizens of all backgrounds who believe in 'government of the people, by the people, and for the people' must come together to find our voices and vote our values," says Nancy MacLean.
Healio. May 28. Kelly Brownell presented research on the relationship between food and addiction at the American Psychiatric Association Annual Meeting.
Bloomberg. May 23. Stephen Kelly predicts that the United States will need to rely upon foreign oil imports for the next twenty years.
Saudi Gazette. May 23. According to David Schanzer, many homegrown terrorists never receive "a formal education and training in Islam."