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With San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee's death, the Asian American community has lost an important voice, tells :
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President Trump's criticism of the media is often indistinguishable from remarks by authoritarians, says
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What does it take to save a museum from war or a natural disaster? investigates
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How California's community-college system is putting students of color at a disadvantage, by @hechingerrreport
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Marco Rubio has leverage on the Republican tax bill. He's finally decided to use it, reports:
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. continues his series on the best film scenes of the year, this time unpacking the horrors of a broken kitchen sink in Darren Aronofsky’s 'mother!'
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Nearly half of working women say they've experienced some form of gender discrimination, reports. The most common forms include getting paid too little and constantly having their competence doubted.
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Interstellar object shows no signs of alien technology so far, reports
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Gentrification will only create diverse public schools if white parents stop hoarding resources, says
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From : The 'eternality' of graffiti
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From : First responders to mass shootings speak up
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From : Child marriage in the Rohingya camps in Bangladesh
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Why do American schools have such long hours?
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'The Last Jedi' may be the best 'Star Wars' movie since 'The Empire Strikes Back,' writes
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Adrienne LaFrance 7h
“The maleness of the charts this year is, in part, due to the simple math of the One Direction diaspora.”
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Many men accused before Harvey Weinstein have managed to retain their posts, but the forced retirement of Texas Republican Blake Farenthold breaks the trend, writes
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"Grinch bots" are basically every terrible thing about business and tech in 2017 wrapped into one story, writes
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Marina Koren 8h
"Indeed, nothing has popped up, but we’re busy churning through the data we’ve collected so far."
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SPONSORED: Go behind-the-scenes with some of the world’s most creative thinkers in "On Craftsmanship," a new series from The Atlantic. Created with advertising support from :
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Adrienne LaFrance 9h
So the first known interstellar object to enter our solar system is either an alien spaceship, or a very captivating rock, or...
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