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On the militarization of police and more Last night tensions in Ferguson, Missouri, boiled over once again. Nonviolent protesters — including women and the handicapped — were teargassed without warning.
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In their popular New York Times piece, “Why You Hate Work,” Tony Schwartz and Christine Porath discuss a study of 12,000 white-collar workers they conducted in collaboration with the Harvard Business to
There are men in Dublin who will tell you that out of Ireland a great voice has gone; and there are a few women, lost to youth, who will add: “One night he was singing and the next he wasn’t, and there’s