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It’s that time of year again. Insurance companies that participate in the Affordable Care Act’s state health exchanges are signaling that prices will rise dramatically this fall. And if insurance...

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Aside from Hillary Clinton’s brief mentions of the need to focus on developing technology and clean energy jobs and addressing climate change, science issues were absent from the first presidential...

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Tim Kaine and Mike Pence both have been described as boring. Many Americans still don’t know who they are, and they share their parties’ tickets with two of the most controversial and unpopular presidential...

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We live in a world burdened by large-scale problems that refuse to go away: the refugee crisis; terrorism; rising sea levels; frequent floods, droughts and wildfires; not to mention persistent inequality...

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Many people still think that racism is no longer a problem in America. After the election of President Obama, academic John McWhorter argued that racism in America is, for all intents and purposes, dead....

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Rachel Dolezal was born to white parents and raised as a white child, but privately “transitioned” to a self-identified black woman after attending (and suing) the historically black Howard University....