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Facebook’s Belated Awakening

As social media companies wield greater power in the political system, more safeguards are needed. Read More : Facebook’s Belated Awakening Courtesy : NY TIMES - Editorials

Tom Price’s Entitlement Spending

Taxpayers have spent $300,000 to treat the health secretary’s apparent allergy to flying commercial. Read More : Tom Price’s Entitlement Spending Courtesy : NY TIMES - Editorials

Mexico Has Some Earthquake Lessons for the United States

Several countries, including Mexico and Japan, have far better warning systems than the United States. Read More : Mexico Has Some Earthquake Lessons for the United States Courtesy : NY TIMES - Editorials

Shattering Ugly Roma Stereotypes

There are places in Europe, like Slovakia and France, where people are finding ways to end historical discrimination. Read More : Shattering Ugly Roma Stereotypes Courtesy : NY TIMES - Editorials

World Hunger Haunts the U.N. Festivities

After a decade of decline, global malnutrition rose last year, as global warming and civil conflicts posed a greater threat. Read More : World Hunger Haunts the U.N. Festivities Courtesy : NY TIMES - Editorials

Jake LaMotta and the Art of Taking a Punch

The boxer, like his sport, hung in there, with a little help from “Raging Bull.” Read More : Jake LaMotta and the Art of Taking a Punch Courtesy : NY TIMES - Editorials

Tax Cuts for the Rich by Another Name

A plan Republicans say will help small businesses would really benefit hedge fund managers and real estate developers. Read More : Tax Cuts for the Rich by Another Name Courtesy : NY TIMES - Editorials

Moscow’s Monument to Murder

Russia honors Mikhail Kalashnikov as the creator of ‘a true cultural brand of Russia’ — the AK-47. But he felt ‘spiritual pain’ for the harm it did. Read More : Moscow’s Monument to Murder Courtesy : NY TIMES - Editorials

Even College Doesn’t Bridge the Racial Income Gap

College is supposedly the great leveler. But race still affects average pay for graduates, indicating that discrimination is a major cause. Read More : Even College Doesn’t Bridge the Racial Income Gap Courtesy : NY TIMES - Editorials

Warmongers and Peacemakers at the U.N.

President Trump, unlike Barack Obama, brought lots of fury to the General Assembly and hardly a hint of compromise or interest in negotiating. Read More : Warmongers and Peacemakers at the U.N. Courtesy : NY TIMES - Editorials

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