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INSIGHT • Opinions
Dueling Over Lyft's IPO
March 22, 2019
Big investors want to stop dual-class shares, but they can always sell.
A Book Is a Tender Traveling Companion
March 22, 2019
To avoid a dreary night alone in a hotel, don’t leave home without one.
World Opinion
Donald Trump’s Rhetoric is no Longer Just Silly and Offensive: It's Dangerous and Undemocratic | Opinion
March 23, 2019
Trump's rhetoric undermines civility, erodes democratic norms, weakens the rule of law, fuels racial hatred, and promotes political violence.
How a Steve Jobs Quote Inspired a Penn State Student to Want to Change the World
March 22, 2019
"Your time is limited, so don't waste it living someone else's life."
Speak No Evil: What We Can Learn From Jacinda Ardern’s Response to Christchurch | Opinion
March 22, 2019
What we can do differently in the face of such violence?
Are Chickenpox Parties Safer Than Vaccines? Absolutely not. Here’s Why | Opinion
March 22, 2019
The vaccine virus is weakened, and any symptoms will be milder than with wild infection, which makes significant, life-threatening complications vanishingly unlikely.
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INSIGHT • Editorials
New Turkey-Iran-Qatar axis is rising in Middle East, and it has Saudi Arabia furious
March 22, 2019
A new alliance being formed by Qatar, Turkey, and Iran, with the potential to receive the backing of Russia and China, is a major concern to the US, Israel, and Saudi Arabia. Read Full Article at RT.com
Editorial View
World Editorial
Don’t Make Health Care a Purity Test
March 21, 2019
There are multiple ways to achieve universal coverage.
Holy Voodoo, Batman!
March 20, 2019
Superheroes, arsenic, and Trump economics.
Beware the Mideast’s Falling Pillars
March 19, 2019
Changes beyond the control of the region’s leaders are spurring a new Middle East.
Mourning the Loss of Alan Krueger
March 19, 2019
Remembering the economic work my former Princeton colleague devoted his life to.
Getting Real About Rural America
March 18, 2019
Nobody knows how to reverse the heartland’s decline.
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INSIGHT • Comments
Theresa May must give parliament a chance
March 22, 2019
The clock is ticking fast and Brexit cannot belong solely to the Conservative party
Beware the health costs of legalising cannabis
March 22, 2019
Campaigns to end prohibition should take account of psychiatric risks


Theresa May must give parliament a chance
March 22, 2019
The clock is ticking fast and Brexit cannot belong solely to the Conservative party
Beware the health costs of legalising cannabis
March 22, 2019
Campaigns to end prohibition should take account of psychiatric risks
The Fed has shifted to a far more appropriate stance
March 21, 2019
The US central bank has improved both its analysis and its messaging
Arts bodies are right to scrutinise their donors
March 21, 2019
Ethics matter but the bar should be set high for turning down funding
Growing payments firms may pose systemic risk
March 20, 2019
Regulators must keep pace with the innovation in digital money
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INSIGHT • Views
U.S. Astronauts Take Multi-Hour Spacewalk to Replace Batteries on ISS
March 22, 2019
NASA is about halfway through replacing 48 batteries
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INSIGHT • Talks
The beautiful future of solar power | Marjan van Aubel
March 22, 2019
The sun delivers more energy to earth in one hour than all of humanity uses in an entire year. How can we make this power more accessible to everyone, everywhere? Solar designer Marjan van Aubel shows how she's turning everyday objects like tabletops and stained glass windows into elegant solar cells -- and shares her vision to make every surface a power station.

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