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Historic Atlanta Is Dead. Can These Young Creatives Revive It?

They're bringing performance art and lofty urban planning to a forgotten part of the city—and it might revitalize the old downtown.

Unequal Until the End

Even for the affluent, old age has its challenges. For the impoverished, it's a struggle through every last step.

The Predictable Misery of Unpredictable Work

The 17 percent of workers who deal with erratic scheduling tend to be those who can afford instability the least.  

Chris Rock on Major League Baseball's Race Problem

"I'm an endangered species: a black baseball fan."

How Much Longer Can Hillary Clinton Go Without a Firm Position on Trade?

Clinton's potential 2016 opponents are trying to put her in an uncomfortable spot on the Trans-Pacific Partnership.

Elizabeth Warren Strikes Back at Obama For Calling Her 'Wrong' On Trade

After the Obama administration called Warren out, Democrats came back in force.

Atlanta's Own High Line May Finally Erase Some Racial Divisions

The 22-mile BeltLine paved over railroad tracks that separated dozens of Atlanta neighborhoods and that shaped racial and economic inequality for over a century.

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