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How this billionaire lost half his net worth in a matter of weeks

Gautam Adani was Asia’s wealthiest man coming into 2023. Now, he’s lost billions after a bombshell report from a small US investment firm.

The balloon affair is a Sputnik moment

As China’s balloon deflates, a new space race is rising.

Stop treating unemployment as a necessary evil to curb inflation

An economist explains why it’s time to rethink popular assumptions about layoffs.

Nobody but your doctor should know your menstrual history

Florida wants way too much of its student athletes’ health information.

Eggs are expensive for all the wrong reasons

If we assume eggs must be cheap, we can’t address the twin crises of factory farming and bird flu.

Deadly earthquakes in Turkey and Syria will add to the region’s humanitarian struggles

The massive earthquakes come on top of decades of civil war in the region, which has created millions of refugees and a spiraling economic crisis.

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The fight over AP African American Studies

The College Board piloted an AP course on African American Studies. Then, after conservative pushback, it debuted a revised curriculum. But the group insists it’s not caving to political pressure.

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$14 trillion and no mules

A framework for paying reparations.

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The labor strikes in Britain are years in the making

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The mounting, undeniable Me Too backlash

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