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In 2012, Kansas passed one of the largest income tax cuts in the state's history. Today, it serves as a cautionary tale. [Read More]
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Amid scandal, the company is traveling across America to teach local businesses how to make it big online. [Read More]
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The new Amy Schumer vehicle tries to be a feminist fable—and fails badly. [Read More]
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On the show, men cry, embrace empathy, and are open of heart. Why one writer wishes he'd been able to watch it as a kid. [Read More]
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Scientists are starting to uncover the genetic basis of the Bajau people's incredible breath-holding abilities. [Read More]
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Cannabis entrepreneurs gather to pitch venture capitalists, "Shark Tank"-style, for a $10,000 prize. [Read More]
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How Philip Glass went from driving taxis to becoming one of the most celebrated composers of our time... [Read More]
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The release of the documents seems unlikely to harm the current stage of the investigation, but if Congress keeps tipping the special counsel's hand, that... [Read More]
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Both former top FBI officials are potential witnesses in the obstruction probe focusing on the president—and each is now attacking the other's credibility. [Read More]
Across political, racial, and geographic lines, more Americans seem ready to move past the age of mass incarceration. [Read More]
The coffee chain is initiating racial-bias trainings for its employees in the U.S.—but, so far, not for those around the globe. [Read More]
Fifty years on, Enoch Powell's speech remains a subject of controversy and condemnation. But some of its themes are alive in Brexit Britain. [Read More]
In a statement, Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer announced plans to introduce legislation to decriminalize marijuana on the federal level, saying his thinking on the... [Read More]
The newest Supreme Court justice issued two high-profile opinions that are different in tone but say a great deal about his worldview. [Read More]
NASA's new administrator, Lance Armstrong's settlement, the post-Millennial staff of the Museum of Ice Cream, and more... [Read More]
America is on the path to legalization, but as pot becomes a big business, lawmakers aren't yet wrestling with how to regulate it effectively. [Read More]
The state attorney general asked the legislature to change state law so that the president or his associates could be tried in New York even... [Read More]
Maynard James Keenan's second-most-influential band is back after 14 years to elegantly vent about iPhones and plastic surgery. [Read More]
Lucrecia Martel's first narrative film in nine years follows an 18th-century Spanish official in charge of a remote South American colony. [Read More]
As the political soap nears its end, it's worth recalling the hour that embodied both the show's early promise and unfortunate excesses. [Read More]
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