Genetic Future: Genome-wide association studies taken to the next level
John Hawks: Disease, pathogens, and collectivism:
Would it be surprising that early agriculturalists living in emerging villages and cities might have been subject to pressures that enhanced collectivism? Such changes may have been facilitated by genetic changes, but would have also included cultural adaptations. Yet a correlation with pathogens would emerge as a side-effect of the history of agriculturalism, not as a direct cause.
Lega Nord: also known as "the xenophobic Northern League", in the BBC's totally objective reportage:
The party scored more than 8% in the national vote, almost twice what it garnered in the last elections. It is no longer seeking independence for the north, as it initially did, but it demands extensive autonomy.[North vs. South Italy]
Newsweek: On personal genetic testing: May We Scan Your Genome? Nothing new if you've been following the field.