December 10, 2021

The economy is suffering, a.k.a. people. Rising prices, extreme weather events, the end to pandemic aid are all challenging everyone. It’s enough to raise alarm among economists. That’s why over 50 economists just called on Congress to get their act together before greater damage arrives; Would you believe that America is more liberal today than 50 years ago?; Affirmative Action has long been a splinter in conservatives’ heels and do they have a Supreme Court who agrees with them?; Check out the world’s first youth map of climate injustice; and Reuter photojournalists show the aftermath of one of the most horrendous accidents claiming innocent migrants on their way to seeking a better life. Go beyond the headlines…

Over 50 economists call on Congress to ‘swiftly’ pass sweeping climate and social policy bill

America is more liberal than 50 years ago, but politics mask the shift

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Supreme Court conservatives may have their chance to end affirmative action at universities

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