One of America’s foremost Marxist economists has never felt so optimistic in his 50-year career. These days, Richard Wolff is feeling pretty glad he stuck around teaching this long. Now in his 70s and
Bono called the place U2's inspiration If this home looks like an authentic 18th-century castle, that's because it is one. The property, called Luggala, is owned by the Guinness family and sprawls across
This has turned into Gravity Week here in Washington. Loads of journalists (many in town for the annual meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science) crammed into the National Press
Protests, phone calls, and mobilization are making a difference. It’s easy to miss amid Donald Trump’s frenetic pace of activity and nonstop media coverage, but the most important story in American politics
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Six years later, Taylor's life looked a whole lot different: He was not only debt-free, but the founder and CEO of his own media company, bringing in nearly $20 million a year in revenue. Back in college,
I found voters there teetering between Labour and Ukip. They’re choosing not just an MP but an identity The Stoke Central byelection hangs in the balance between Labour and Ukip: for either, losing on
How to go from "overwhelmed" to "accomplished." Have you ever been in the middle of working on something really important--like a report your boss wants "yesterday" or a presentation you have to give the
How does the brain create consciousness? originally appeared on Quora – the knowledge sharing network where compelling questions are answered by people with unique insights. Answer by Yohan John, Ph.D
The unfortunate truth is, big data has a lot of enemies — and the largest group of opponents might just be those of us who have simply been force fed too much media spin on the subject in the first place.
It's here that standardized testing creeps behind students like a shadow and where fun experiments take a back seat to rote memorization. But in some ambitious K-12 schools across the country, philosophy
The grown-up neighbour to Bali's party centre of Kuta, Seminyak has attracted travellers in-the-know for years with its hip hotels, cool cafes, slick bars and boutique shopping. But while Seminyak is longer
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