Jonny Coleman, Jacob WoocherIt was hailed as a turning point for a depressed downtown, but its construction helped start a wildfire of displacement.
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Emilie PratticoChile’s failure to step up is yet another sign that our future is in the hands of people we cannot trust.
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Vikram MurthiThe NBC comedy openly confronts issues of unionization, health care, and immigration.
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Bridget HuberWith no federal assistance in sight, colleges are scrambling to fill the void with food pantries and vouchers. But the patchwork approach only goes so far.
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Joan WalshKelly Fowler’s opponent is blaming her for “silencing” Fairfax’s victims. Fowler is hitting back—hard.
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Celine Wong Katzman, Angela WashkoArtist Angela Wahsko’s video game about pick-up artists was the culmination of years of research. We give you an inside look into what went into the project.
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Ben EhrenreichCalifornia’s utility, PG&E, has put profits over public safety for too long. It’s time to put the company in the hands of the people.
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Allegra HarpootlianThey’re removed from immediate violence, but the media and public relations employees whose jobs require Google alerts for “drone strikes” are reporting PTSD, depression, and burnout.
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James CarrollWhat can the fall of the Berlin Wall teach us at a time when democracy is in retreat, predatory capitalism is on the rise, and a new arms race is ramping up?
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