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How Uber can help the GOP gain control of the cities

A big part of their base is the unions now facing off against such disruptive innovations as Uber, Lyft ... share-economy startups as some limited government conspiracy because — gasp — they seek to t... read more

A Chennai girl’s rise from Madras University to General Motors’s first female CFO

She wanted to make sure there were no corners cut when it came to our education and to prove that we could have the same resources as a two-parent household. Her high expectations made us want ... sta... read more

The Evolving Jesus Story

And John is quite different from these three, having Gnostic and (arguably) Marcionite elements, reminders of important early versions of Christianity ... testimony is dangerous when apologists must w... read more

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Windy Hill Winery expected to open this week near Ridgefield

“I think this will give Bob an opportunity to really shine and show his wears ... it raises the tide and all boats rise. I think we’re in the infancy. I think I’m kind of catching the wave early. I th... read more


15 Questions With Matthew Peterson

Matthew Peterson is a ? managing partner at Peterson Capital ... we might sell insurance on the shares we want to buy. We engineer these contracts by combining various put options or related products ... read more

Insight: Rachel Barton Pine and Angelo Moreno From Davis High School Baroque Ensemble / Capitol Chat / "Weed Land"

amp;nbsp; Capitol Chat Capitol Bureau Chief Ben Adler returns from paternity leave just as things really start to heat up in California’s Capitol. We’ll talk with him about the latest issues facing ou... read more

Conversion Therapy and Other 'For the Children' Measures As Efforts to Curtail Liberty

The petitioners want a conversion-outlawing "Leelah's Law"—named after Leelah Alcorn, the 17-year-old trans girl who killed herself in December after her parents sent her for therapy—and Obama is symp... read more

We’re Not in Lake Wobegon Anymore

Hypocrisies shine ... If you want to continue to read independent, progressive journalism in 2019 and beyond, we hope you'll consider chipping in whatever you can today. For a limited time, anyone who ... read more

Not exactly a super housing plan, Mr Treasurer

The one consistent theme that has run through each of these reports, starting with Peter Costello's ... That ain't going to be easy, at least not if you want to stay in power. The glaring omission in ... read more

Stories for July 2015

The Dow Jones Industrial average was down 33 points in early trading Friday to ... to allow ridesharing companies like Uber and Lyft to pick up riders at LAX, the Los Angeles Times reports. The counci... read more

NOVA Wonders

No one knows how these songs start, but why would male whales put so much effort into switching them? ELLEN GARLAND: We think that it's something to do with novelty. A novel song makes you stand out a... read more

The Real Test of Education Policy

But just as the real test of civil liberties may be what happens when an individual citizen meets a bad policeman, the real test of education policy ... can be a tough room and that early labels stick ... read more



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