Find trending articles through Social News Discovery®! Providing a collaboration of news through social media technologies.
Follow your friends and create your own Online Social Newspaper! Invite your friends to follow you from Facebook. Filter the news articles you see by section, clipper, or mood. Rate each article and comment on all news clips!
Receive site and email notifications about comments and news clips that you are collaborating on!
Get the latest news on the Everyone page, the viral and trending news clips will always be at the top! See the trending news and articles!
"The following editorial appeared in The Washington Post:“Eight,” Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg said last month, “is not a good number.” Since Antonin Scalia died, leaving a vacancy on the Supreme Court and depriving it of a deciding ninth vote, the justices have had to punt, duck, dodge and weave around contentious issues. Justice Ginsburg provided a timely reminder that the judicial branch of government is not properly functioning, and has not been for months.", www.norwichbulletin.com
"The Cleveland Museum of Natural History last week announced that a newly identified species of praying mantis was named after Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Researchers from the museum said they meant to honor the Jewish justice’s “relentless fight for gender equality.” It makes sense. Ilomantis ginsburgae is the first mantis classified by distinct qualities…", forward.com
"Scientists from The Cleveland Museum of Natural History have pioneered a new method to identify praying mantises. Lead author Sydney Brannoch and co-author Dr. Gavin Svenson, both of Cleveland Museum of Natural History and Case Western Reserve University, named the new species Ilomantis ginsburgae.", www.pctonline.com
"By The Washington Post editorial board 'Eight,' Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg said last month, 'is not a good number.' Since Antonin Scalia died, leaving a vacancy on the Supreme Court and depriving it of a deciding ninth vote, the justices have had to punt, duck, dodge and weave around contentious issues. Justice Ginsburg provided a timely reminder that the judicial branch of government is not properly functioning, and has not been for months. Meanwhile, even as Justice Ginsburg subtly prods the nation's politicians, those responsible for this dysfunction -- Senate Republicans -- are doing more than ever to discredit themselves. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., continues to insist that the GOP blockade of Judge Merrick Garland, President Obama's nominee to replace Scalia, is 'about a principle, not a person.' The crucial principle that apparently justifies hobbling the Supreme Court is the newly invented notion that the president", www.oregonlive.com
"A few years ago, Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor revealed that getting food delivered to the Supreme Court was a real pain in her ass. Now, Sotomayor’s law clerks are researching the problem. This would be a priority for me, as well.", theslot.jezebel.com
Please enjoy the site during our beta phase and provide us with feedback on suggestions and issue details. Please remember that we are still in beta and there will be issues and site changes during this time.
Newsclip® the leading Online Social Newspaper, find trending articles through Social News Discovery®!
You can reopen the "Getting Started Tutorial" dialog from within the About menu in the top right corner.