Old Guard still standing ...

    NEW YORK TIMES
  • --Four Million Indians in One State Risk Being Denied Citizenship. Most Are Muslims.
  • --Inmate 76318-054: The Last Days of Jeffrey Epstein
  • --Jeffrey Epstein Autopsy Results Show He Hanged Himself in Suicide
    NPR
  • --Opinion: Hong Kong Protesters Might Bother Tourists, Or Pierce Their Conscience
  • --Repercussions Of Family Separations Continue
  • --Understanding Kashmir
    BBC
  • --Sudan conflict: Army and civilians seal power-sharing deal
  • --Portland braces for far-right rally and antifa counter-demo
  • --Kashmir's communications partially restored, says India
    LA TIMES
  • --Bill Nye tore into Trump over his stance on climate change, arguing his administration is going in t
  • --China angry as U.S. Approves Sale Of 66 Advanced F-16 Fighter Jet To Taiwan For $8 Billion
  • --Thousands protest in Brazil against Bolsonaro's education cuts

Indie news of note ...

    CHICAGO REPORTER
  • --Mainstream media supports flawed Chicago Police gun ‘offender’ data portal
  • --Why meritocracy is a myth in college admissions
  • --Fifty years ago, Jimi Hendrix’s Woodstock anthem expressed the hopes and fears of a nation
    ATLANTIC YARDS REPORT
  • --Tsai buys Nets, Barclays Center operating company, in faster-than-expected transaction; Yormark leav
  • --Ignoring key criticisms, ESD board predictably approves new below-grade space for fitness center and
  • --Before ESD meeting, board materials obfuscate stance of Atlantic Yards advisory group, which did not
    SAN FRANCISCO PUBLIC PRESS
  • --A Critique of S.F. Media Coverage of Homelessness
  • --New State Law Pits Privacy Against Free Speech, Public Records and Data Brokers
  • --How We Tracked Down the Information to Answer Questions About Tenant Complaints
    PRO PUBLICA
  • --How a Video Gambling Company Helped Bankroll Local Politicians
  • --“Dirtbag,” “Savages,” “Subhuman”: A Border Agent’s Hateful Career and the Crime That Finally Ended I
  • --ProPublica’s “Flood Thy Neighbor” Investigation Wins 2019 Communication Award

Science feeds of note ...

    SPACE.COM
  • --Kylo Ren Force Grips His Way into 'Star Wars Resistance' Season 2 Trailer
  • --Space Photos: The Most Amazing Images This Week!
  • --Top Space Stories of the Week!
    POPULAR SCIENCE
  • --10 rules for picking the perfect campsite
  • --Last week in tech: Snap’s new spectacles, Sega’s Genesis Mini, and the clickiest new keyboards aroun
  • --Dwarf star planets could glow with life
    REDDIT - SCIENCE
  • --Scientists relieve bottleneck in photosynthesis, which may lead to increase in crop production, by p
  • --Stone tools are evidence of modern humans in Mongolia 45,000 years ago, 10,000 years earlier than pr
  • --People who use more emojis may have more sex and get more dates, suggesting that emoji users may be
    SCIENCE NEWS
  • --Alzheimer’s targets brain cells that help people stay awake
  • --A new FDA-approved drug takes aim at a deadly form of tuberculosis
  • --LIGO and Virgo probably spotted the first black hole swallowing up a neutron star

Evolution feeds of note ...

    NATURE.COM
  • --The insect that lost its homeland — and its sex life
  • --The structure of a polygamous repressor reveals how phage-inducible chromosomal islands spread in na
  • --Development of anchialine cave habitats and karst subterranean estuaries since the last ice age
    CELL.COM
  • --Climate Change Is Breaking Earth’s Beat
  • --An Ecological Loop: Host Microbiomes across Multitrophic Interactions
  • --Linking Traits across Ecological Scales Determines Functional Resilience
    FRONTIERS IN
  • --Does Long-Term Selection for Development Time Result in Canalization: A Test Using Drosophila melano
  • --A Toggle-Switch and a Feed-Forward Loop Engage in the Control of the Drosophila Retinal Determinatio
  • --Phenotypic Plasticity, Developmental Instability, and Robustness: The Concepts and How They Are Conn
    NYTIMES:EVOLUTION
  • --Evolution Gave Us Heart Disease. We’re Not Stuck With It.
  • --A Battle Is Raging in the Tree of Life
  • --Frances Arnold Turns Microbes Into Living Factories

Espresso feeds of note ...

    COFFEETOGRAPHER
  • --A Coffee Roaster Empowers America’s Brewers To Build from The Brewer Up.
  • --calendar.: Grab Your Friends, Six Events To Do In August
  • --music.: A Mixtape, Hot, Humid + Almost Heavy
    REDDIT COFFEE
  • --Stir More Often! Seriously, try this
  • --Barista Seltzer Water Dispenser
  • --Best latte in Maui?
    SPRUDGE
  • --James Hoffmann Wants You To Microwave Your Coffee
  • --What Kind Of Nut Milk Are You?
  • --Cup Of Excellence Enjoyed By All (Except Indonesia)
    I NEED COFFEE
  • --Making Cold Brew Coffee With the Primula Coffee Maker
  • --Inanimate Objects Comics #70
  • --The Coffee Lover’s Diet – 10 Ideas from the Book