A young lawyer puts his former boss’s ideals into practice. This past summer, on the last day of my clerkship with Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, she rose from her cavernous desk and, following a hearty
Travel White-water rapids and grazing thoroughbreds line your journey through Kentucky's distilleries. Central Kentucky is bourbon country. Its rolling meadows, limestone-filtered streams, and cool hardwood
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CEOs are growing nervous. Can they help save our system from its worst excesses? On a Wednesday in mid-September, some 30 entrepreneurs from around the world put on boots and blue jeans and spent four