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  • Zillow execs follow housing data to surprising conclusions

    SEATTLE In less than a decade, Seattle-based Zillow has become the nation's leading brand for homebuyer real-estate information. It's become synonymous with looking up your home's value or someone else's.
  • Banks, bears, and rich: Letters

    Banks, bears, and rich: Letters
    Golfing with Ernie Banks As a young medical student in Chicago in 1975, I had the great fortune to spend two Saturdays with Ernie Banks. I had little free time for recreation in those days, but one summer Saturday I had the time to go to a municipal...

    View to a kill: Helmet-wearing hawk films its own hunting tactics

    View to a kill: Helmet-wearing hawk films its own hunting tactics
    This helmeted hawk may look ready for battle, but she's actually about to do some serious science. Researchers who strapped a camera to a goshawk's head have discovered that these birds of prey use a clever strategy to try to snag their fleet-footed...

    'Humans of New York' fans raise $480,000 for NYC inner-city youth

    'Humans of New York' fans raise $480,000 for NYC inner-city youth
    "Humans of New York" photographer Brandon Stanton used his famous blog this week to help some New York City students go on a trip to Harvard University. Stanton photographed a Mott Hall Bridges Academy student who told the photographer the person who...

    Noah Feldman: Why judicial elections are idiotic and bad for law

    Judicial elections are idiotic, but 38 states (including Pennsylvania) have them in some form. The U.S. Supreme Court grappled Tuesday with the contradiction inherent in using the electoral process to select public officials whose primary obligation is to...