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Ten Years After the Crash, We Are Still Living in the World It Brutally Remade

By Frank Rich If you were standing in the smoldering ashes of 9/11 trying to peer into the future, you might have been overjoyed to discover this happy snapshot of 2018: There has been no subsequent m... read more

11 books Harvard Business School professors are reading and recommending this summer

There are more books in the world than you can possibly read in a lifetime. This fact forces us into a stressful position: which books are we going to pick to ... here is a vivid tapestry of America, ... read more

Coming to America

“Initially, when President Johnson signed the Immigration Act of 1965, he promised that it wouldn’t change America ... that if we catch you, you’re never going to see your kids again.” In his class at ... read more

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A wave of war memorials is coming to D.C. Are we all at peace with that?

11 terrorist attacks ... The story of America that would be told there in marble and granite over the next 100-plus years had yet to be drafted. When the planners of the Mall as we know it today consi... read more


George R.R. Martin talks about how Lord of the Rings influenced A Song of Ice and Fire

Martin details the many ways Tolkien’s work has influenced his won in a segment of The Great American Read, a PBS series about trying to find America’s most ... Read airs on September 11. You can vote ... read more

Real Estate’s Forever Brand: Gaining New Insight Into Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices

“A forever real estate agent understands that the concept of home is predicated on the many changes life can bring and it doesn’t start—or end—with the transaction. That’s what we want consumers ... G... read more

Deja view: NOMA's photography curator shares New Orleans history in new book

Though most everyone knows how jazz transformed America and the world, other, less visible local innovations often get lost in the shuffle. New Orleans Museum of Art (NOMA) photography curator Russell ... read more

Slavery just can't be whitewashed away

Taking Dr Franklin Johnston's article 'Slavery re-imagined - Part 1', published in the Jamaica Observer on July 27, 2018, at face value, we could conclude ... and Hazel Bennett's book, The Story of th... read more

White threat in a browning America

Among participants who lived in the western United States, the group that read that whites had ceded majority status were 11 points likelier ... So here, then, is what we know: Even gentle, unconsciou... read more

How Ainsley Earhardt Became America’s (President’s) Sweetheart

On the first Sunday in May, Earhardt, 41, arrives at Books & Greetings, a store in a modest strip ... “There is a need to represent middle America, and I think we do that,” she told the AP in April. “ ... read more

A Solid Night’s Sleep Is the New Luxury Good. Have Fun Affording It.

“[Sleep] is something that we used to blow off forever,” Dr. Khosla told me ... “Most of its stuff that you already know, but it’s just like weight loss. The freebies are the hardest ones to get peopl... read more

16 business books that will change your life forever, according to my coworkers

Combining cutting-edge evidence with captivating stories, Grant shows how one of America's best ... Gilbert explains why we seem to know so little about the hearts and minds of the people we are about ... read more



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