WHO Declares Ebola Outbreak In Congo An International Health Emergency
The current outbreak in the Democratic Republic of Congo has killed more than 1,650 people, according to the World Health Organization. About 12 new cases are reported daily.
To Beef, Or Not To Beef? The Rise Of Meatless Burgers
Meat-free burgers are sweeping the nation. Are they healthier or better for the planet? We ask.
How Health Care Is Shaping American Politics
High deductibles and medical bills are feeding resentment and political alienation of the middle class, reports the Los Angeles Times. We unpack.
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I Am From Here
Using xenophobia to mobilize white, working-class voters is dangerous, writes Neema Avashia. It implies that you can only be “from...
The Conscience Of Harvard
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