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In the news: July 2016

Sunday, July 31, 2016

Pentagon Lifts Ban on Transgender Service Members Serving Openly - NBCNews.com

KU helps military members get academic degrees - KMBC Kansas City

The Role Of Populism In 2016 Politics - KCUR-FM Online

Weak magnetic field may have triggered Earth's first mass extinction – Earth Magazine

99-million-year-old spider had spiked horns and body armour - MailOnline UK

Things aren't always what they seem in Kansas Repertory Theatre's 'Angel Street,' 'Harvey' - Lawrence Journal-World

Science finds fingerprints on Earth of distant exploding stars - CNET

Did Supernova Explosion Contribute to Earth Mass Extinction? - Space.com

Fear of cops, and fear for them, fuels a cruel summer - Kansas City Star

Scientists try to uncover mystery of Arabian horse's ancestry - The National

Poll shows Kansans would vote Trump - Hays Daily News

Archaeologists dig up Philistine artifacts where Goliath may have walked - Religion News Service

When traffic stops are anything but 'routine' - Toronto Star

KU Political Science Prof Says Copying Flap Not a Long Term Problem for Trump - WIBW-AM

Baton Rouge tragedy puts focus on challenges faced by black police - The Christian Science Monitor Online

New KU courses being offered in Leavenworth have military in mind - Lawrence Journal-World

5 EYEWITNESS NEWS Investigates Traffic Stops, Arrests Near Philando Castile Shooting Scene - KSTP-TV Online

Race, not gender, is key factor in NIH awards - Science Blog

What the facts say about President Obama's views on race - The Washington Post

KU paleontology team working to bring a T. rex home - Kansas City Star

New Spider With Horned Fangs Found in Dinosaur-Era Amber - National Geographic Magazine

Founders of Western civilisation were prehistoric dope dealers - The Archaeology News Network

Ancient Cosmic Explosions Might Have Impacted Evolution - Gizmodo

Are blacks more likely to be injured by police? - STAT

South Pole turned into giant neutrino detector – Gizmag

“Forest Bathing” as Stress-Reducer, Immune-Booster, and Artistic Inspiration - Big Think

Chelsea Clinton will be Hillary's Ivanka Trump, luring Millennials to her parent's campaign - Quartz

Is Black Lives Matter blowing it? - CNN Online

Physicist offers leading theory about mysterious Large Hadron Collider excess - ScienceDaily, 

New detector at South Pole shows early success at neutrino hunting | NSF - National Science Foundation