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USA Today | April 17, 2018
Anderson Cooper rips Sean Hannity for not revealing legal ties to Trump lawyer
Nancy Whitmore
talks to USA Today about the ethics behind Sean Hannity not disclosing his ties to Michael Cohen.

VICE | March 2018
I Used a 'Human Uber' Surrogate to Do My Job for Me
James McGrath
talks to Vice about the ethics behind AI. He sees no ethical dilemma when it comes to the use of a Human Uber, provided you pay fairly for their time.

USA Today | February 11, 2018
OxyContin maker says no more promoting opioids
Kevin Tuohy tells USA Today that discontinuing the sales information pipeline to prescribers will most likely not affect the prescribing of these drugs.

The Wall Street Journal | February 11, 2018
Who's at the Door? College officials delivering your acceptance with a dog
The Wall Street Journal reports on Butler's Butler Bound campaign, which aims to visit as many prospective students as possible and deliver their acceptance news in person, with Trip in toe.

The New York Times | February 9, 2018
Butler undergrads write coverage for dogs and pianos
A story in The New York Times reports on Butler's student-run insurance company and how it not only gives students real world experience, but also is working to address the national insurance shortage.

WPSU | January 29, 2018
Pennsylvania Patients Ready For Medical Marijuana
Jake Peters
tells NPR that medical marijuana may make patients feel better in the short-term, but can make disorders, like anxiety and depression worse in the long run.

The New York Times | December 29, 2017
Looking at Blue-Collar Factory Jobs in the Rearview Mirror 
President Jim Danko
talks to The New York Times about what the role of higher education institutions is when it comes to globalization and the job market.

USA Today | December 21, 2017
Coin tosses, picking names out of a hat? Yep, that's how some races are decided
USA Today
talks to Greg Shufeldt about quirky election law when it comes to ties and the fact that it will likely never change.

USA Today | December 10, 2017
Freedom still elusive for much of the world
An article is USA Today about International Human Rights Day quotes Fait Muedini, who says the U.S. still has a lot of work to do in this area.