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WATCH LIVE: President Obama Gives Final White House Press Conference ›
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A_I8TCriFok With less than 48 hours left in the White House, President Obama is set to give his final press conference beginning at 2:15 p.m. ET. One of the first questions Obama is likely to face is over his controversial decision to commute Chelsea Manning's 35-year prison sentence. The Army private was convicted of leaking secret military information to WikiLeaks. He's also sure to be asked about GOP efforts to dismantle his signature health care law and peppered with questions about the coming transfer of power on Friday at noon to President-elect Donald Trump. Copyright 2017 NPR. To see more, visit http://www.npr.org/.
Wed, 18 Jan 2017 19:24:00 +0000
What Does It Mean When Cancer Findings Can't Be Reproduced? ›
The first results from a major project to measure the reliability of cancer research is finding a big problem: Labs trying to repeat published experiments often can't. That's not to say that the original studies are wrong. But the results of a review published Thursday, in the open-access journal eLife, are a sobering reminder that science often fails at one of its most basic requirements — an experiment in one lab ought to be reproducible in another one. And the fact that they often aren't could have big health implications. Many exciting ideas in cancer research never pan out. One reason is that findings from the initial studies don't stand the test of time. "Reproducibility is a central feature of how science is supposed to be," says Brian Nosek , who spearheaded this research at the Center for Open Science . Nosek is also a psychology professor at the University of Virginia. A few years ago, he organized a similar effort to examine research in his field. And his results garnered
Wed, 18 Jan 2017 19:18:00 +0000
How To Salvage U.S.-Russia Relations: One Expert's Take ›
Thomas Graham, managing director of the Kissinger Associates consulting firm, doesn't like to discuss speculation that he may become President-elect Donald Trump's next ambassador to Moscow . But the former diplomat and adviser on Russia in the George W. Bush administration does like to talk about something else: how to salvage U.S.-Russian relations following accusations that Russian President Vladimir Putin interfered in the November presidential election. For all of Trump's praise for Putin during the election campaign, there is still no coherent line on how the incoming Republican administration plans to deal with Russia. Rex Tillerson, Trump's pick to head the State Department, said last week that Russia "poses a danger" to the U.S. Trump's nominee to lead the Pentagon, James Mattis, went further, naming Russia as the first of America's "principal threats." Nikki Haley, Trump's U.N. ambassador-designate, said during her confirmation hearing Wednesday that Russia was "trying to
Wed, 18 Jan 2017 18:56:00 +0000
Looking Back With Gratitude On Obama, And His Optimistic Vision Of America ›
My whole life, I've dreamed of having a home theater. But those are expensive, so instead I did it on the cheap. I got a projector off Craigslist, went to the hardware store and bought some wood to build a frame, then stretched a white canvas over it and stapled it tight. I'm really proud of the final product — it's not perfect, but it's pretty good for an English teacher. Now my family and I all sit and watch it, this screen. Between movies, TV shows and games, we spent the whole winter break looking at my creation. The funny thing is, we're not actually watching the screen itself. Instead, we're watching the images projected onto it. The things we see have nothing to do with its fabric; they're being cast there, from a gray box hidden on the back of the ceiling. When the lights go on, there's the screen again, just an empty, inert canvas. I keep thinking of my projector and screen when I think of President Obama in the moment — both how he affected the way I look at the world, and
Wed, 18 Jan 2017 18:26:00 +0000
Muslim NYPD Chaplain On Faith, Fear And Getting Stopped By Airport Security ›
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Wed, 18 Jan 2017 18:26:00 +0000
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