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UD professor mapping Delaware's opioid crisis Public MediaLocal NPR affiliate reports on UD's Delaware Opioid Metric Intelligence Project, an interactive online map displaying overdose rates throughout the state, and quotes Tammy Anderson, Center for Drug and Health Studies.
Activist investor tries new tactic in Campbell Soup fight Daniel Loeb's decision to reduce the slate of nominees is a smart one, said Charles Elson, Weinberg Center for Corporate Governance. "He increases his chances by reducing his numbers."
The Problem With Making The Fastest Planes On Earth? They’re Too Loud. NewsDavid Suisman, History, commented on a test conducted in Oklahoma City in 2015. “Oklahoma City was selected as a place supportive of the aviation industry, and people there still didn’t like sonic booms,” he said.
Brewer: Simpler a victim of Blue Wave in Delaware radio station interviewed Paul Brewer, who said polling showed Ken Simpler was not well known in Delaware and that he likely lost the Treasurer's race because voters saw he was a Republican and voted against him.
Delaware elections: Republicans hold strong in Sussex but Democrats win statewide told the downstate newspaper that there is a trend of more college-educated white women registering as Democrat while non-college-educated white voters are increasingly registering Republican.
Oprah, Beyoncé and Taylor: They 'lost' in midterms, so what about celebrity political pull in 2020? TodayPaul Brewer, Communication, points out Winfrey wasn’t trying to change people’s entrenched political identities – their tribal identities so to speak. Instead, she was trying to persuade primary voters who only needed a "modest nudge" to go one way or another. NOTE: Also quoted on the same topic in The Tennessean
"It's our turn," Southbridge residents tired of being a dumping ground OnlineSouthbridge residents are speaking out after seeing their community deal with environmental problems ranging from air quality issues to the presence of brownfield sites. Victor Perez, Sociology and Criminal Justice, whose work has tracked the community response to these challenges, is mentioned in this article. NOTE: Also reported by Delaware Public Media
On 'National Love Your Red Hair Day,' we consider whether the royal baby will get Prince Harry's hair didn't really think the stories about whether the royal baby would have Prince Harry's red hair were going away, did we? John McDonald, Biological Sciences, set the odds at 10 percent for the royal couple having a redheaded baby, reminding us that recessive genes can surprise parents at any time.
Why Citi is still keeping the CEO and chairman roles separate BankerCharles Elson, Weinberg Center for Corporate Governance, on Citigroup's decision to separate the roles of chairman of the board and CEO. Naming an independent director is seen as a signal to investors that it will keep the roles separate as the company waits to see signs of improved performance.
Why politicians should not silence dissent on social media Hoffman2018-11-04T04:00:00ZThe Dallas Morning NewsArticle quotes Lindsay Hoffman, Political Science and International Relations. "The way social media companies right now are handling these challenges is post-talk."

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