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With the war in Gaza dividing college campuses across the country, Greg Lukianoff believes this difficult moment reveals the depth of the free-speech crisis in higher education. As president of the Foundation for Individual Rights and Expression, a nonprofit organization devoted to protecting speech, Lukianoff has observed up close the dissolution of campus discourse over the past decade. “It’s particularly ugly right now, but things have been bad for a long time,” he says. Lukianoff’s nonpartisan group, known as FIRE, pledges to fight censorship from all directions. This means backing an economics professor at the University of Southern California who has been barred from campus for making anti-Hamas remarks to pro-Palestinian student protesters but also defending chapters of Students for Justice in Palestine against bans at various public universities.
Persons: Greg Lukianoff, Lukianoff, , Organizations: Foundation, Rights, University of Southern, Palestinian, Justice Locations: Gaza, University of Southern California, Palestine
Billionaire and investing legend Charlie Munger died on Tuesday at the age of 99. "Berkshire Hathaway could not have been built to its present status without Charlie's inspiration, wisdom and participation," Buffett said in a statement. Munger was already a wealthy man by the time he joined Buffett at Berkshire Hathaway, and went on to grow his fortune to an estimated $2.3 billion by early 2023. : Behind the Scenes with Berkshire Hathaway Billionaire Charlie Munger." Buffett and Munger both got rich making concentrated investments in individual companies, and Munger, in particular, scoffed at financial professionals who spread their bets across an array of names.
Persons: Charlie Munger, Berkshire Hathaway, Warren Buffett's, Buffett, Munger, it's Organizations: Berkshire, Oracle, Berkshire Hathaway, University of Southern California Law, Daily Journal Corporation Locations: Omaha, Munger, Berkshire
Five weird signs of sleep apnea
  + stars: | 2023-11-27 | by ( Sandee Lamotte | )   time to read: +6 min
Yet even if you’re a rock star at snoring, you may not know you have obstructive sleep apnea unless someone tells you about your nocturnal roars. Here are five weird signs of obstructive sleep apnea to watch for, according to Dasgupta. But research has shown that about 30% of people with obstructive sleep apnea have reported night sweats, Dasgupta said. Teeth grindingGrinding or clenching teeth while sleeping is called bruxism, and it too may be a sign of obstructive sleep apnea, Dasgupta said. “Women especially have a tendency to underreport atypical symptoms such as insomnia, fatigue and depression.”If obstructive sleep apnea awakens you, it may be hard to go back to sleep.
Persons: , Dr, Raj Dasgupta, “ It’s, Dasgupta, , aren’t Organizations: CNN, American Academy of Sleep, University of Southern California’s Keck School of Medicine, Mayo Clinic, OSA, Getty, Cleveland Clinic Locations: , United States, awakenings
OpenAI’s Cast of Characters
  + stars: | 2023-11-22 | by ( Jennifer Korn | Paul Glader | )   time to read: +12 min
Before OpenAI, Altman was president of Y Combinator, mentoring a host of founders and expanding his network in Silicon Valley. “We are encouraged by the changes to the OpenAI board,” he wrote on X on Wednesday. Mira MuratiNamed by the OpenAI board as Altman’s interim successor on Friday, Murati was replaced by Shear before the weekend was done. In September, she joined the board of directors of Shield AI, a defense technology company building AI pilot technology for aircraft. Will HurdAfter joining the OpenAI board in 2021, Hurd was the third director to exit in 2023.
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The renewed interest in Alzheimer's vaccines follows a promising first attempt more than 20 years ago that was abandoned after 6% of study volunteers developed life-threatening brain inflammation known as meningoencephalitis. Dr. Reisa Sperling, an Alzheimer's researcher at Mass General Brigham in Boston, said she believes vaccines will play an important role as researchers look to prevent Alzheimer's. She is considering vaccines for her next study in asymptomatic people with Alzheimer's proteins in their blood, but not enough to register on brain scans. Alzheimer's vaccines are still in the early stages and will require large, years-long trials to show they work. Generating a strong immune response is critical for such vaccines, which would typically be given to older individuals with weaker immune systems, he said.
Persons: Brian Snyder, Eli Lilly's, Reisa Sperling, Brigham, , ” Sperling, Walter Koroshetz, Mei Mei Hu, Vaxxinity, Hu, Michael Rafii, Rafii, Andrea Pfiefer, Johnson, Prothena, Gene Kinney, Julie Steenhuysen, Caroline Humer, Bill Berkrot Organizations: Alzheimer Research, Brigham, Women's, REUTERS, Rights, U.S . Food, Drug Administration, Mass, National Institutes of Health, UB, University of Southern, Johnson, Bristol Myers Squibb, Thomson Locations: Boston , Massachusetts, U.S, Boston, Taiwan, University of Southern California
Walsh died Nov. 12 at his home in Myrtle Point, Oregon, his daughter, Elizabeth Walsh, said Monday. “I knew we were making history,” Walsh told The World newspaper of Coos Bay, Oregon, in 2010. “There was an opportunity to pioneer,” Walsh told The World. It wasn’t until later they told us what they had in store.”Walsh was born Nov. 2, 1931, in Berkeley, California. Walsh traveled the world, including many trips to Antarctica, where the Walsh Spur pointed rock is named in his honor.
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US professors suspended, probed over Gaza war comments
  + stars: | 2023-11-17 | by ( Andrew Hay | )   time to read: +2 min
Israel has vowed to annihilate the Hamas militant group that controls Gaza since its fighters killed 1,200 people and dragged away 240 hostages on a deadly rampage on Oct. 7. Since then, Israel has bombed much of Gaza to rubble, ordered the depopulation of the entire northern half of the enclave and made around two-thirds of Gazans homeless. The University of Southern California said on Friday economics professor John Strauss was teaching classes remotely until the end of the semester. "We cannot discuss the details of matters that are pending investigation," the university said in a statement on the incident. Reporting by Andrew Hay; editing by Donna Bryson and Rosalba O'BrienOur Standards: The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles.
Persons: Rebecca Lopez, Rebecca Zapien, Lopez, Zapien, Maha Nassar, John Strauss, Strauss, Andrew Hay, Donna Bryson, Rosalba O'Brien Organizations: University of Arizona, University of Southern, U.S, American, Black Panther Party, UA, The University of Southern, Los Angeles, Thomson Locations: University of Southern California, Gaza, Israel, The University of Southern California
Make America Build Again
  + stars: | 2023-11-16 | by ( Adam Rogers | )   time to read: +37 min
America is the sixth-most-expensive place in the world to build subways and trolleys. The solutions will cost trillions of dollars and require a pace of building unseen in America since World War II. Perhaps the single most pressing question we face today is: How do we make America build again? "For this class of projects, federal environmental laws are more the exception." The prospect of overhauling our hard-won environmental laws might feel like sacrilege to anyone who cares about the Earth.
Persons: Anne, Marie Griger's, Griger, , They're, Obama, I'm, we've, We've, I'd, It's, Matt Harrison Clough, Jamie Pleune, AECOM, Joe Biden's, There's, David Adelman, David Spence, Spence, James Coleman, NECA, Coleman, everyone's, Danielle Stokes, Nobody, Bill McKibben, Mother Jones, McKibben, Michael Gerrard, Columbia University —, they've, David Pettit, it's, Zachary Liscow, That's who's, Adam Rogers Organizations: RES Group, Environmental, Infrastructure Investment, Jobs, Land Management, Forest Service, University of Utah, Harvard Joint Center for Housing Studies, Brookings, Bureau of Ocean Energy Management, White, University of Texas, Greenpeace, Natural Resources Defense Council, Act, NEPA, Berkeley, University of California, University of Southern, Southern Methodist University, Ecosystems Conservation, GOP, Biden, Motorola, Telecommunications, Conservatives, Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, FERC, University of Richmond, UC Berkeley, USC, Star, Sabin, Climate, Columbia University, Natural Resources Defense, Republicans, Democrats, Management, Budget, Yale Law School Locations: Panama, Colorado, . California, Los Angeles, San Francisco, China, America, Washington, , Wyoming, Nantucket, New England, San Francisco ., University of Southern California, California, New York, Florida, Southern California, Las Vegas
Shares of online education company 2U plummeted about 60% Friday, falling below $1, after a problematic forecast and indications that some universities are terminating their contracts. 2U, which helps companies offer digital programs to students, posted a net loss of $47.4 million for the third quarter. Its adjusted loss of 15 cents per share was wider than the 13 cent loss analysts were expecting, according to LSEG, formerly known as Refinitiv. Some companies undergo a reverse stock split to boost the share price above $1, though that does nothing to fix their financial problems. Office-sharing company WeWork filed for bankruptcy this week, after declaring a 1-for-40 reverse split in August that was meant to try and retain its NYSE listing.
Persons: Christopher Paucek, they've, Paucek, Cantor Fitzgerald, Cantor, Bird, WeWork Organizations: University of Southern, USC, Nasdaq, New York Stock Exchange, NYSE Locations: University of Southern California
Fanatics is helping professional athletes transition to life after the final buzzer — or pitch, or whistle. Through the one-week immersion program, players get in-classroom learning combined with hands-on experiences in Fanatics' different business units. The company says it is uniquely positioned to help athletes lay the groundwork for the next chapter of their careers with its wide-ranging sports portfolio. Athletes in the program get a first-hand look at everything from Fanatics' collectables business to its apparel company to its VIP and loyalty programs. Harrison joined 10 other professional athletes in Los Angeles this week for the Fanatics program.
Persons: it's, Orlando Ashford, Ashford, Isabelle Harrison, Harrison Organizations: WNBA, MLB, University of Southern, NFL Locations: University of Southern California, Los Angeles
CNN —Los Angeles Lakers superstar LeBron James has revealed that his son, Bronny, isn’t “too long away” from being back on the court if he passes a medical assessment at the end of this month. During a basketball practice in July, Bronny suffered a cardiac arrest and was hospitalized following the incident. Bronny’s return to the court is highly anticipated, but it has been made clear that his wellbeing is the priority. “Bronny was playing extremely well before the issue,” USC head coach Andy Enfield told basketball analyst Jeff Goodman in August. Bronny, who has been present at team practices, was in attendance and cheered his squad on from the sidelines.
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The US imposed sanctions against Russian manufacturer Zala Aero, which produces the Lancet drones. The Lancet drone is a loitering munition that stays near its target before crashing into it. AdvertisementAdvertisementThe US imposed sanctions on Thursday against a Russian manufacturer of lightweight drones that has been impeding the progress of Ukraine's counteroffensive. Lancet drones are small and lightweight, with its latest iteration, the Lancet-3M, weighing about 26.5 pounds — including the payload —and measuring less than 6 feet long, The Wall Street Journal reported. AdvertisementAdvertisementOne video circulating online appeared to show a Lancet drone dropping explosives on a Ukrainian MiG-29 fighter jet that was sitting on the tarmac of an air base.
Persons: , It's, Igor Zimenkov, Samuel Bendett, James Patton Rogers, Patton Rogers, Oleksandr Afanasyev Organizations: Zala Aero, Service, Ukraine, Department of State, US, SWIFT, State Department, Department, Foreign, Control, Street Journal, Center, New, New American Security, Reuters, Russia, IRIS, Cornell Tech Policy Institute, University of Southern, Aero Locations: Zala, Russian, Russia, New American, Germany, University of Southern Denmark, Ukrainian, Zaporizhzhia, Ukraine
Some of the ads show Black women applying hair products before cutting to a summary of the NIH study’s findings. “We do not believe the science supports a link between chemical hair straighteners or relaxers and cancer,” Revlon said. Lead author White said in a statement in response to Reuters questions that there is currently no strong evidence linking family history of breast cancer to increased risk of uterine cancer. The sisters said they wanted their mother’s death last year following a battle with uterine cancer to mean something. Bush, the St. Louis cosmetologist, joined the litigation in August, she said, because of the possibility that hair relaxers cause cancer.
Persons: Sheila Bush, Bush, Revlon’s, ” Revlon, L’Oreal, , Ben Crump, George Floyd, Diandra, ” Debrosse Zimmerman, Jenny Mitchell, Crump, “ it’s, ” Crump, Louis, Jayne Conroy, don’t, Adam Zimmerman, Alexandra White, phthalates, White, Weiss, Porter Kaye Scholer, Jennifer Hoekstra, Zimmerman, , X Ante, Quiana Hester, Ariana, Nakisha, Patrice Hester, Louis cosmetologist, Mike Spector, Richa Naidu, Kristina Cooke, Diana Novak Jones, Eve Watling, Lawrence Bryant, Alicia Powell, Angela Johnston, Lucy Ha, Vanessa O’Connell, Suzanne Goldenberg Organizations: L’Oreal, Revlon, U.S, National Institutes of Health, Reuters, NIH, Supreme, University of Southern California Gould School of Law, U.S . House, American Cancer Society, U.S . Food, Drug Administration, World Health Organization, Paul, Arnold, FDA, USC, Washington DC Locations: Louis, Olive, U.S, India, Minneapolis, Missouri, Chicago, United States, Rifkind, Baltimore, Houston, Washington, San Diego, Bush
About 90 percent of the students who reported vaping said they used flavored products, citing favorites that tasted like fruit and candy. Public health experts also linked other state and local flavor bans and education campaigns to the falling high school vaping rate, which is the lowest in nearly a decade. In all, about 2.1 million middle and high school students reported using e-cigarettes, down from 2.5 million last year. While the agency has authorized about two dozen vaping products for sale, thousands of illicit candy-colored flavored vapes have flooded the country and are top sellers. Other researchers noted that the combined general use of tobacco products by middle and high school students barely fell, to 10 percent this year from 11 percent last year.
Persons: vaping, Juul, Brian King, There’s, Dr, Neff, , ” Dr, , Karen Knudsen Organizations: Public, ., Food and Drug Administration, Federal, University of Southern, American Cancer Society Locations: California, University of Southern California
For decades, cities have duked it out for titles like "best city for business" or "healthiest city in America," but now they're starting to compete for a new title: best place to ride out dystopia. While Sun Belt cities are working to mitigate these challenges, the increased risks also create an opportunity for once forgotten cities. The declaration has been followed up with investments in key areas — climate resilience was one of the four pillars that made up the city's four-year strategic plan released at the start of 2023. And the cities that could become climate havens have their weather downsides — Buffalo will still have some harsh winters, too. If Buffalo, Detroit, Pittsburgh, and other cities succeed in their climate-resilience agendas, they will grow, attracting residents from more at-risk areas of the country.
Persons: Tesla, Byron Brown, Redfin, Matthew E, Kahn Organizations: Los Angeles, Fortune, Sun, National Oceanic, Atmospheric Administration, Association of Environmental, Federal Emergency Management Agency, FBI, Street Foundation, Pittsburgh, The New York Times, University of Southern, Hoover Institution Locations: America, West, Midwest, Dallas, Houston, Atlanta, Buffalo , New York, Detroit, USA, Florida, California, South, Baltimore, Cincinnati, Phoenix, Angeles County, Miami, Dade County, Lake Erie, Buffalo, Duluth , Minnesota, Grand Rapids , Michigan, Chicago, Northern, Pittsburgh, Rust, Los Angeles, University of Southern California
(AP) — A federal judge on Monday dismissed Brett Favre’s defamation lawsuit against fellow retired NFL player Shannon Sharpe, ruling that Sharpe used constitutionally protected speech on a sports broadcast when he criticized Favre's connection to a welfare misspending case in Mississippi. Discussion of Mississippi welfare spending on “Undisputed” took place after extensive news coverage about allegations of Mississippi's largest public corruption case. Favre is not facing criminal charges, but he is among more than three dozen people or businesses the state is suing to try to recover misspent welfare money. In addition to suing Sharpe, Favre filed defamation lawsuits earlier this year against White, the auditor, and sportscaster Pat McAfee, who is a former NFL punter. Favre has repaid $1.1 million he received for speaking fees from a nonprofit group that spent TANF money with approval from the Mississippi Department of Human Services.
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The practice of citizen-originated ballot measures began 125 years ago when South Dakota became the first in the nation to enact a statewide initiative and referendum process. But some still invoke his name in their fight to preserve voters’ ballot measure rights. “It represents for me the fundamental idea of the equal dignity of every human being,” said Heidelberger, who blogs about South Dakota politics. The political conditions were brief but just right in 1897 for lawmakers to approve it; voters passed it the following year. In a memoir compiled by the state Socialist Party, Haire is credited with writing the amendment itself.
Persons: it’s, Robert W, Cory Heidelberger, , Heidelberger, Pierre, Haire, Ohioans, “ That’s, John Matsusaka, , can’t, ” Matsusaka, ” David Schmidt, Drey Samuelson, Sen, Tim Johnson of, you’re, Samuelson, Janine Giordano Drake, Republican State Sen, Michael Rohl, Rohl, , Rohl didn’t, Sister Kathleen Bierne, Drake, ” Drake, Bierne, “ We’ve, Father Haire’s, Jesus ’, Eugene Debs, Liz May, Tom Heinz, Heinz, ain’t Organizations: Republican, Socialist Party, it’s, University of Southern California’s Initiative, Referendum, “ Citizen, U.S, Indiana University, Christian Socialist, Catholic, Republican State, Associated Press, Michigan, Aberdeen News, Lilly Endowment Inc, AP Locations: U.S, Ohio, South Dakota, Dakotans, Dakota, California, Tim Johnson of South Dakota, state’s, Brown, Aberdeen
But that outburst of direct democracy has been limited to just half the states. About 167 million people live in 25 other states where such direct democracy is not currently an option. The number of ballot measures seeking to restrict the initiative and referendum process dipped in 2016 and has since risen. Measures seeking to restrict direct democracy peaked from 1995 to 2004 but significantly outpaced those seeking to expand direct democracy throughout the entire period of 1960 through 2022. Californians have considered 391 ballot initiatives — approving 137 of them — following campaigns that in recent years have cost tens of millions of dollars.
Persons: , John Matsusaka, Daniel Smith, Todd Donovan, that's, it's, Matsusaka, Michael Smith, ” Donovan, It's, it’s, ” Matsusaka Organizations: Initiative, University of Southern, South, University of Florida, Western Washington University, REPUBLICAN PUSHBACK Republican, Republican, Democratic, BIG, Oregon, Voters, Emporia State University, Referendum Locations: Maine, Ohio, University of Southern California, South Dakota, Mississippi, Alaska, Wyoming, Illinois, Florida, Arizona , Arkansas , Ohio, Arizona, Oregon, California, Kansas
The end of Daylight Saving Time is typically a trigger for cluster headaches. Cluster headache attacks can occur every day for six to eight weeks and then go away in a cluster cycle. The theory is that you can actually trigger a cycle by switching the time with Daylight Saving Time. CNN: Why does Daylight Saving Time have such an impact? It’s important to realize that it’s not just Daylight Saving (Time) changes that can trigger these attacks, even changing time zones can trigger cluster headaches.
Persons: Rajkumar Dasgupta, Catherine McQueen, Dasgupta, it’s Organizations: CNN, University of Southern California Keck School of Medicine, Daylight Locations: Los Angeles
When we account for how few poor students take the test, by looking at all students, a new and greater disparity emerges. It’s a reflection of an inequality in American education that starts long before high school. New SAT Data Highlights the Deep Inequality at the Heart of American EducationNew data shows, for the first time at this level of detail, how much students’ standardized test scores rise with their parents' incomes — and how disparities start years before students sit for tests. And in the last five decades, as the country has become more unequal by income, the gap in children’s academic achievement, as measured by test scores throughout schooling, has widened. Parenting in places with less income inequality and more public investment in families is more playful and relaxed, research shows.
Persons: , Sean Reardon, Reardon, , , John N, Friedman, Brown, Raj Chetty, David J . Deming, Deming, Ann Owens, Owens, Rich, Chetty, “ It’s, Nate G, Hilger, Drew Angerer, Robert Putnam, “ ‘, you’re, “ They’ve, they’ve, Jesse Rothstein Organizations: ACT, of American Education, Opportunity, Harvard, Stanford Graduate School of Education, Chetty, University of Southern, Research, The New York Times, University of California Locations: University of Southern California, Berkeley
Up and down the West Coast, the ShakeOut drill was scheduled to begin at 10:19 a.m. PDT with a cellphone-rattling test alert from the region's ShakeAlert earthquake warning system. The U.S. Geological Survey said it was likely due to a mix-up in time zones set in the test alert system. Political Cartoons View All 1211 ImagesThe ShakeOut earthquake drills are coordinated by the Southern California Earthquake Center at the University of Southern California. The ShakeOut drill originated in California in 2008. The first one was based on a scenario of a magnitude 7.8 earthquake on the southern section of California’s mighty San Andreas Fault.
Organizations: , Geological Survey, Southern California Earthquake, University of Southern, Schools Locations: SACRAMENTO, Calif, California, West Coast, U.S, California's, Sacramento, San Joaquin, Delta, University of Southern California
How Henry Taylor Transformed the Way We Look at Ourselves
  + stars: | 2023-10-19 | by ( M.H. Miller | )   time to read: +111 min
HENRY TAYLOR How the figurative painter made portraiture the dominant mode of art in our era — and changed the way America sees itself. It was Henry Taylor doing Henry Taylor, like a pop star in his Vegas residency phase. A few seasons earlier, for Miu Miu’s spring 2022 collection, Prada delivered raw-edge chino micro-miniskirts belted below the hip bone. Firstview (8); courtesy of Prada PRADA STILL resides in the Milanese apartment where she and her two older siblings, Marina and Alberto, grew up. David Lee/© Fox Searchlight Pictures, via Everett Collection Latifah on “The Equalizer” in 2023.
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“They tend to close in these neighborhoods regardless of whether or not there is another pharmacy nearby,” Qato said. Closings can create so-called “pharmacy deserts,” or neighborhoods without easy access to a drugstore. “It’ll kind of worsen the problem of pharmacy deserts and disparities in pharmacy access,” Qato said. She noted that patients who lose drugstore access are less likely to stay on their regular prescriptions, and that can affect their health. Jonas said drugstores do want to help with pharmacy access, but the economics still need to work for these companies.
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[1/2] The Kroger supermarket chain's headquarters is shown in Cincinnati, Ohio, U.S., June 28, 2018. Bonta said the decision has not been made, but added: "Right now there's not a lot of reason not to sue." In September, the companies announced a plan to sell more than 400 grocery stores to C&S Wholesale Grocers in an effort to get regulatory approval for the deal. A Kroger spokesperson said only non-unionized retailers, like Walmart and Amazon, will benefit if the merger is blocked. Research from the University of Southern California in 2021 found one in three neighborhoods in 30 populous U.S. cities had inadequate access to needed pharmacy services.
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Ron DeSantis has slammed Donald Trump for calling Hezbollah "very smart." Ron DeSantis finally gloved up and went after his onetime mentor, former President Donald Trump, after the latter called the armed group Hezbollah "very smart." Trump was also mocking the Biden administration for raising concerns about a possible Hezbollah attack on Israel. The Trump War Room, an X account linked to the Trump campaign, said DeSantis had mischaracterized Trump's remarks on the war. AdvertisementAdvertisementRepresentatives for DeSantis and Trump did not immediately respond to a request for comment from Insider sent outside regular business hours.
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