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In the nick of time, the digital revolution comes to democracy's rescue. And, perhaps, journalism's.
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An ambitious project in Chicago provides a glimpse at poverty solutions that might actually make a difference.
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Aaron Wolf mediates disputes, helping enemies realize that no one deserves to have the water shut off.
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Miller-McCune's experts offer solutions to problems that were under-discussed during the presidential campaign.
Flaws in human vision produce incorrect "out" calls by tennis referees at Wimbledon.
The case for making American universities into patrons of the arts.
What the vacationing wonk might take to the beach, courtesy of the Miami book fair and the Bush administration.
An expert says they didn't cause New Orleans floodwalls to collapse. But they may have undermined levees.
Bill Strickland hopes to persuade 200 cities around the world to replicate his arts, education and job-training program.
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Can government incentives bring something besides fast food to South L.A.?