January 27, 2019 Archive January 2019

"There's no way to save up money": "Maid" author Stephanie Land on the rigged math of being poor

Data breaches are inevitable — here’s how to protect yourself anyway

Alcohol-linked disease overtakes hepatitis C as top reason for liver transplant

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With smack-talking invective, lawyer groups appeal to the public as one big jury pool

“The bleeding wound”: Afghanistan and the implosion of America

Why is Michael Cohen scared to testify? Because he flipped on the boss — wouldn't you be?

This journal sets the stage for a peaceful & productive day

The single most important pro-labor speech of the shutdown was not given by AOC

Ex-sanitation salvage workers protest: “All we want is for them to pay us what they owe us”

Study shows we're hurtling toward a climate-related health crisis

Data privacy rules in the EU may leave the U.S. behind

Are Republicans keeping House Intelligence Committee unstaffed to slow Mueller investigation?

What is it like to shoot someone? "Behind the Bullet" explores "moral injury" of gun violence

Baby boomers are the biggest suckers for fake news

Uprising in Sudan: Does this African nation offer a window of hope onto the future?

Roger Stone tells "This Week" that he might cooperate with Robert Mueller

It’s time for a new way to regulate social media platforms

Scientists have got the recipe for growing miniature human brains just right

In antitrust, size isn’t everything

Trump brags about his toughness after NATO Secretary General seems to vindicate him

For millions of workers, Fyre Festival is a familiar tale

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Bird and Lime’s Achilles heel? The winter cold

What "Broad City" gives us: Celebrating the safe space of Abbi and Ilana before it's gone

Rubio says no one wants US intervention in Venezuela, but Maduro says coup against him was US-backed

Doctors call California’s probe of opioid deaths a "witch hunt"

Researchers find gender and racial bias in Amazon’s facial recognition software, widely used by cops