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Tackling inequality will break the gridlock on what to do about climate change

There have been a lot of discussions on the urgency of climate change. But it’s universally accepted that the steps that have been agreed to stop global warming are too little too late.... Read more »

Women’s Health Protection Act stalls in U.S. Senate

The Women’s Health Protection Act did not advance in the U.S. Senate on Monday. The bill would have protected the legal right to an abortion by federal statute. According to national media, Senate... Read more »

Denver’s high number of teleworkers could decrease city tax revenue

Denver’s tax revenue could significantly decline in the future because of the city’s high number of commuter workers, according to a new study by The Pew Charitable Trusts.  The study looked at... Read more »

How climate change threatens the Winter Olympics’ future – even snowmaking has limits for saving the Games

The Winter Olympics is an adrenaline rush as athletes fly down snow-covered ski slopes, luge tracks and over the ice at breakneck speeds and with grace. When the first Olympic Winter Games were held... Read more »

Philadelphia district cuts back regular COVID testing of staff

With COVID case counts plummeting, the Philadelphia school district will end all mandatory testing of vaccinated staff and cut back testing of unvaccinated employees from twice to once a week. In an... Read more »