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A Tale of Two Zip Codes

What determines how long we live? Inequality—it even reduces the lifespan of our society’s “winners.”

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Yanis Varoufakis & Noam Chomsky

Discussing ‘And the Weak Suffer What They Must?’

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The Third Way: Share-the-Gains Capitalism

Why is there no-lose socialism for the rich and cutthroat hyper-capitalism for everyone else?

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How ‘Puff The Magic Dragon’ Came to Be

Puff’s creator, Lenny Lipton, tells you how it went down.

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Small Oregon Town Fights Back Against Another Nestlé Water Grab

Our Water, Our Future shines a light on the struggle of Cascade Locks to protect the gorge. It also serves as inspiration for other communities around the world facing enclosures of their water commons.

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Why Are You Leaving?

Because my mom worked all those years. Because my dad climbed all those hills.

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Nixon’s War on Drugs Began as Strategy to Attack ‘Antiwar Left and Black People’

Amid new global discussion about ending prohibition, a buried admission by a former presidential aide.

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10 Black Women Innovators and the Awesome Things They Brought Us

From a better hairbrush to modern 3D technology, ten things that might never have existed without the invention or innovation of black women.

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Climate Bombshell: Dangerous Sea Level Rise Coming in Decades, Not Centuries

A new study predicts a much more accelerated rate of sea level rise of several meters, beyond that which humanity is capable of adapting to.

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There’s Already a Wall Between US and Mexico

The ideological wall that separates America and Mexico.