If you're feeling stressed, take a 5-minute break to watch this incredibly soothing and satisfying video of a woman making paper from scratch.
Outside a squat, one-story building on Chicago Avenue on the south side of Minneapolis, Alexis Collins, a 20-year-old Taco Bell employee, stands holding her baby, both of them bundled up against the piercing Minnesota wind. On the wall behind her, stretching all the way up to the roof, is a multicolor mural of a woman grasping a microphone, a rallying cry on her lips. Look closer and you see that that woman is Alexis Collins. And this is the wall of the Centro de Trabajadores Unidos en Lucha. CT...
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Thanks to Trump, organized labor has one more enemy on the Supreme Court.
As the list of jobless men grows longer, so does the chorus of voices demanding that our collective energies be developed into something broader, sharper and just better.
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The idea that women hinder one another in the workplace sounds like a sexist trope, but most women say they want their boss to be a man. The Atlantic's Olga Khazan explains why.
Despite its limited reach, urban North Koreans have embraced the country's intranet and the domestically made mobile devices that can connect to it. Getting new apps on those devices, however, isn't too easy.
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When we worry that due process is dead, whose due process are we talking about?
It's so important to have a sense of self beyond your work.
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Despite assurances from policymakers that retraining is the key to success, such programs have consistently failed to equip workers with the preparation they need to secure jobs.
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A roundup of the most interesting, thought-provoking and surprising questions that our favorite columnists addressed in recent days.
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