Opinion | How Can We Fix Income and Wealth Inequality in America?

Finally, the government needs to invest in infrastructure: Unleaded water, high-speed internet access, sustainable sources of energy. Left unchecked, global warming poses an existential threat to the security and prospects of future generations. The Fruits of Their Own Labor Over the past half-century, the government has pursued economic growth without …

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Can a New Arts Center Revitalize Provincetown?

PROVINCETOWN, Mass. — There was only one destination of choice for the literary set looking to leave New York City during the sweltering summer of 1916: Provincetown, at the outermost tip of Cape Cod. Once there, writers like John Reed and Louise Bryant, the playwright Eugene O’Neill, and an assorted …

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How Infrared Images Could Be Part of Your Daily Life

In a post-quarantine world, heat sensors could help spot sick people with elevated temperatures as they enter public places. But it’s not that simple. July 2, 2020 Welcome to Maplewood, N.J. … in infrared. As the country reopens, you might start seeing more images like these: real-time heat maps that …

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In N.Y.C., Dining Remains Outdoors Only for Now

A Brooklyn rowhouse that once housed slavery abolitionists could become a landmark. [amNY] Though this isn’t the grand opening that new restaurants imagined, here’s a list of spots across the city that have recently open their doors for the first time. [Eater NY] And finally: How to host a safe …

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