The New York Times reports on a study by Jean Wactawski-Wende that found periodontal disease in older women is associated with an increased risk for cancer.


Abigail Cooke tells CBS, based on her research from 18 years of employment data, people pointing the finger at immigrants for stagnant wages are pointing the finger in the wrong direction.


Politico reports on UB's new medical school building and the way it will transform the health care industry in Western New York and quotes Michael Cain.


Rick Su tells Bloomberg radio that this is all about a separation of power issue between the President and Congress.


NPR's Here & Now speaks with Mark Bartholomew about a new trend -- selling the naming rights for transit stations. Bartholomew highlights the dangers, saying the public entity loses control over who gets to be part of these deals.


Abigail Cooke tells NPR there's been a ton of research, by a ton of people, and the size of any effects at all of immigration on wages is really, really, really small.


Carole Emberton tells USA Today white supremacist groups are part of an old tradition.


Will Kinney explains to Mic how to recreate the solar eclipse at home. The key, he says, is to diffuse the light.


The only way the NFL can have a modicum of credibility, Nellie Drew tells the Bleacher Report, is if they hand cases to people on the outside and follow their recommendations.


Should Bills fans worry? Matthew DiPaola talks to the AP about Jordan Matthews' chest injury.


Carole Emberton tells Mic today's divisions and demonstrations are an evolution of what came before.


Gino Biondini tells WBFO the eclipse is like nature putting a show on for us.


The open-ended nature of Trump's level of commitment seemed to suggest we'll be in Afghanistan for quite some time, Jacob Neiheisel tells CNBC.


Rick Su tells The Atlantic when federal agencies don't think they are going to get local cooperation, there may be a dramatic expansion of ICE raids.


Inside Higher Ed reviews Samantha Barbas' book, “Newsworthy," a look at the changing views toward privacy by the American public and media.


Lynn Kozlowski tells the Huffington Post that we need to have more experience in the marketplace with optional trace-nicotine cigarettes before ever making a decision to require that they be the only legal cigarette. 


Javid Bayandor discusses with The San Francisco Chronicle how dangerous remote-controlled drones can be to airplanes.