Climate change and call for action

Climate change and call for action

According to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) , 2015 was the hottest year...

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Is Manufacturing Coming Back?

Is Manufacturing Coming Back?

The anger that many working-class Americans feel about the decline of American manufacturing has m...

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New York City’s Newest Affordable Housing Policy

New York City’s Newest Affordable Housing Policy

On March 22, Mayor Bill de Blasio and the New York City Council voted to approve two critical piece...

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Paid Leave for New Parents in the United States

Paid Leave for New Parents in the United States

Last week, San Francisco became the first city in the United States, to mandate six weeks of fully ...

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The Panama Papers

The Panama Papers

The first days of April, the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ) , working...

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The Data of the Flint Water Crisis

The Data of the Flint Water Crisis

After the city of Flint, Michigan changed its water source from Lake Huron to the Flint River in Ap...

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Violence in Chicago

Violence in Chicago

The city of Chicago has been struggling for decades with violence. However, in recent months, the...

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Cleveland Area House Prices are Unevenly Recovering

Cleveland Area House Prices are Unevenly Recovering

A decade ago, the housing collapse pushed Cuyahoga County into a recession, and the county had a hi...

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Who uses DC Metrorail?: A Look at #Metromaggedon

Who uses DC Metrorail?: A Look at #Metromaggedon

Last month, the D.C. Metrorail closed down for 29 hours so an inspection of the subway system could...

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The Glass-Ceiling Index

The Glass-Ceiling Index

The Economist created the  Glass-Ceiling Index in 2013 to commemorate International Women’s Day (...

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