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Is New York City’s Public Housing Ready for the Next Storm?
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More than six years after Superstorm Sandy inundated the Brooklyn neighborhood of Red Hook with nearly six feet of floodwater, a local resident...

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Reckoning With the Man Who Sold Architecture to the Masses
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Philip Johnson displaying a model of a proposed addition to New York’s Museum of Broadcasting, 1988. (Photo by AP Photo / Ed Bailey) There have...

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How to Respond to LeBron James
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LeBron James sparked a torrent of criticism this week for an Instagram post. Before getting into the content of what he posted, it’s worth noting...

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Is This the Turning Point in the Fight Against Amazon?
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The holiday shopping frenzy took on a wild twist at a Robbinson, New Jersey, Amazon fulfillment center when a robot—one of an army of mechanized...

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What It’s Like to Work at Amazon?
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The video opens with a young man named Taylor introducing himself. He is sitting in a room with posters of video games papering the walls. A...

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Election Day Brought Thrilling Victory—and Devastating Defeat—to the Housing Movement
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Election Day Brought Thrilling Victory—and Devastating Defeat—to the Housing Movement
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Rent-control supporters march past the Capitol in Sacramento, California, on April 23, 2018. (AP Photo / Rich Pedroncelli) As all eyes were turned...

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Rereading Alinsky in Baltimore
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Rereading Alinsky in Baltimore
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On a Tuesday in August, a community organizer named Terrell Williams paced the floor of Zion Baptist Church in East Baltimore. It looked like every...

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How Progressives Can Make Change on Election Day—No Matter What Happens with Congress
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How Progressives Can Make Change on Election Day—No Matter What Happens with Congress
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In less than 36 hours, the nail-biting will be over. At last we’ll know whether Donald Trump and his Congressional cronies will enjoy two more...

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Is This the Year That Democrats Finally Turn Around the States?
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Is This the Year That Democrats Finally Turn Around the States?
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Campaign volunteers sign-in at a Democratic-Farmer-Labor Party office in Minnesota, October 27, 2018. (Reuters / Brian Snyder) After an unexpected...

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How Marriott Fuels Racial Inequality
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How Marriott Fuels Racial Inequality
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Hotel workers strike in front of a Marriott hotel in San Francisco on October 4, 2018. (AP Photo / Ben Margot) When more than 7,000 workers at...

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A New York Community Fights to Keep a Psychiatric Ward in Its Own Backyard
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A New York Community Fights to Keep a Psychiatric Ward in Its Own Backyard
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Demonstrators hope to save the psychiatric ward at Manhattan's Allen Hospital; administrators want more space for a spinal surgery unit. (Elizabeth...

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‘It’s Time to Get Pissed Off’: In Montana, a Labor Standoff Has National Implications
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‘It’s Time to Get Pissed Off’: In Montana, a Labor Standoff Has National Implications
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Senator Jon Tester meets with striking union members outside Imerys Talc America Inc. in Three Forks, Montana, on October 13. (Reuters / Jim...

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Can You Copyright a Quilt?
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Can You Copyright a Quilt?
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Gee's Bend quilter Mary Lee Bendolph in front of one of her quilts in an exhibit at Boston's Museum of Fine Arts, May 21, 2005. (AP Photo / Chitose...

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Trump Has Found a New Way to Make Immigrant Families Suffer
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Trump Has Found a New Way to Make Immigrant Families Suffer
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Rosa, an undocumented immigrant, used to receive about $190 per month from the federal Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, or SNAP, but she...

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Tenants Are Fighting Eviction Before It Starts
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Tenants Are Fighting Eviction Before It Starts
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A protest of Governor Andrew Cuomo's housing policies in New York City, June 2018. (Photo courtesy of Joel Solow) Every day in New York, working...

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The Most Important Office in the Trump Era Isn’t at the Top of the Ballot
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The Most Important Office in the Trump Era Isn’t at the Top of the Ballot
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Democrat Justin Nelson (left) is running against incumbent Ken Paxton. New York’s Tish James promises to oppose and investigate the president. (L:...

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Immigrant Families Living in the US Are Still Fighting for Their Right to Stay Together
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Immigrant Families Living in the US Are Still Fighting for Their Right to Stay Together
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Mateo Barrera, 4, originally from El Salvador, whose family members benefit from Temporary Protected Status, attends a news conference in Los...

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The Wealth Defense Industry
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The Wealth Defense Industry
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The most interesting part of The New York Times report on Trump’s wealth wasn’t that his daddy set him up for success, but the way in which the...

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