Tracy Gregg tells the Binghamton Press & Sun-Bulletin that a large explosion in Tioga County that sent social media into a frenzy was unlikely caused by a meteorite.


CNBC's Squawk Box interviews Jacob Neiheisel about the highlights of President Obama's legacy and what he will be remembered for.


Arun Vishwanath writes an op-ed for CNN about threats to the Internet posed by email breaches during the election campaign and steps that can be taken to limit these threats.


USA Today quotes Charles Ewing about the motive of Florida shooting suspect Esteban Santiago. Ewing says proof of motive is not required for the prosecution of any crime.


Nicole Hallett tells NPR that one of the dangers of an enforcement action is that it makes workers very afraid to come forward and report exploitation.


USA Today reports on the historic Women's Marches around the world and interviews Kari Winter, who says the groundswell of civic activism has the potential to mature into the biggest movement in U.S. history.


An article in The New York Times features the work of Peter Rogerson, who found the center of North America is a town, well, called Center.


Stephen Dunnett is quoted in Politico about President Trump’s executive order restricting immigration and the long-lasting impact it could have on New York State’s colleges and universities.


An article in USA Today about how President Trump’s ban on refugees from mostly Muslim nations could be used as propaganda by the Islamic State to recruit more members quotes Michael Stefanone and Michelle Benson.


The Associated Press interviews James Campbell about Andrew Cuomo's efforts to connect with the middle class.


Michael Glick tells The Wall Street Journal that genetics may increase the chances of having primary-tooth cavities by up to 64 percent.


NPR's Hidden Brain features Despina Stratigakos, who discusses the role the Nazi propaganda machine had in portraying Hitler as a humble man of the people.


An article in New York Magazine about the need to connect with fellow humans through protests, parties or sporting events quotes Shira Gabriel.


An article in the Buffalo News reports UB on Sunday advised all of its international students not to travel outside the U.S., including crossing into Canada, until there is further clarification of President Donald Trump’s executive order Friday limiting entry into this country. The article notes that UB President Satish K. Tripathi issued a statement Saturday night calling UB welcoming and committed to remaining so.


An article in the Buffalo News about a proposal that would allow SUNY colleges and universities to adopt yearly tuition hikes, varying by campus and based on needs and market conditions, quotes UB President Satish K. Tripathi.