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What the rise of the app-based cab service says about the future of work in America
The complex federal project of the EU has proven fragile in the absence of a strong external threat.
The international community pledged enough aid to give every Haitian a check for $1,000. The money went elsewhere.
As nonviolent protests have spread throughout the country, the right-wing government and the mines’ security operations have responded with force.
America’s giant wealth disparity is driven by a history of racist redlining.
The president’s plan to make two years of community college free for some students could solve some of higher education’s most intractable problems.
Carbon companies have a new strategy: focus on the positive.
In a country that has always used race to justify inequality, ending police brutality is just the start.
If not, we must stop the Trans-Pacific Partnership before it does more damage to our country.
In The Tyranny of the Meritocracy, Lani Guinier argues that the SATs have become “accurate reflectors of wealth and little else.”