Higher Education: If You Want To Understand The Middle East, You Have To Study In An Extremist Country

Education | Emma Colton
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‘Qatar is arguably the preeminent sponsor of terror in the world today’

Cornell: We are all Jose Jimenez

Education | Robby Soave
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I’m offended, I’m offended, I’m offended

Multicultural pieties collide during Muslim prayer service at Cornell; gays win in a rout

Education | Eric Owens
Cornell University

‘Homosexuals are freaks and queers who want a pink earth’

Cornell student government approves mixed-gender dorm rooms

Education | Eric Owens
Cornell University

‘Giving students more options is always a good thing,’ said a representative

Why Olbermann would have trouble returning to major sports broadcasting - TheDC

Sports | Laura Donovan

A chronicle of former MSNBC anchor Keith Olbermann’s strained relationships with sports broadcasting networks

Alfred Kahn was a true American hero

Opinion | Susan Dudley

Kahn, who died last week, is often called “the father of airline deregulation.”

Universities encourage students to receive welfare, food stamps - TheDC

US | Matthew Boyle

Universities encouraging students to receive welfare benefits

TheDC Satire: Advance copy of Olbermann's Tea Party Special Comment - TheDC

| Jamie Weinstein

Keith Olbermann has promised a 20-minute long special comment on the Tea Party on Wednesday night’s ‘Countdown.’ TheDC was able to obtain a partial copy of it early

How to stay thin: Pay by cash and avoid using your cards at the shops - Daily Mail

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Scientists have found consumers who take cash to the shops and leave their debit cards at home are more likely to leave junk food on the shelves

Rep. Maurice Hinchey? - TheDC

Politics | Caroline May

Liberal NY congressman isn’t exciting liberal NY district

The science of sizzle - Gizmodo

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How cooking alters the chemical and physical properties of food, making the inedible delicious

We don't watch, because we're not paid to - TheDC

Politics | interns

Ruth Graham takes a week off, so our interns find some of their favorite entries to the KeithOlbermann.com essay contest

TheDC acquires KeithOlbermann.com - TheDC

US | The Daily Caller

After doing some research, TheDC discovered that our favorite MSNBC personality didn’t own his own domain

Justice is shallow - The Daily Caller

US | interns

Study finds unattractive defendants 22 percent more likely to be convicted

2010 collegiate commencement speakers [SLIDESHOW] - TheDC

US | The Daily Caller

Every spring, Universities and Colleges vie for influential commencement speakers to inspire their graduates – what we can expect from this year’s crop?

S.E. Cupp’s Diary: Buy my book!

Opinion | S.E. Cupp

This week Obama rewrote America’s long-standing nuclear strategy, and (seemingly overnight) decided that we will not develop any new nuclear weapons, we’ll reduce the weapons already in our arsenals, and we’ll limit the conditions under which the United States would use nuclear weapons. He named our new national security strategy “Bending Over.”

Keith Olbermann is back. Hallelujah! - The Daily Caller

| Ruth Graham

We watch, because we’re paid to

Cornell's team becomes a darling of sports bettors - LA TIMES

Sports | interns

Cornell has become the darling of sports gamblers, forcing veteran Las Vegas race and sports book officials to change odds on the fly as the betting momentum rises for an experienced Big Red team that will tip off Thursday against top-seeded Kentucky in an NCAA East Regional semifinal game in Syracuse, N.Y

Super-sizing the Last Supper - Reuters

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A Cornell study shows that the sizes of the portions and plates in the artworks, which were painted over the past millennium, have gradually grown by between 23 and 69 percent