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The commonwealth is facing a serious debt crisis that could result in default, but that’s only part of the problem.
Twenty-five percent of Americans are spending more than half of their income just to keep a roof over their head.
Eight out of every 10 lawyers is white. Social scientists and architects are probably in need of some diversity too.
Many older Americans want and need to keep working, but that requires a major shift in the way the country thinks about the elderly.
Readers discuss the contentious issue in the wake of the Supreme Court’s ruling on housing integration. A growing body of research shows that gentrification in fact benefits poor residents.
What will happen to those who built their lives on it?
A new survey covering 13 countries tries to measure employees' engagement with their jobs.
Some cities now charge residents based on how much garbage they produce. People cheat. In comes the enforcer.
A 5-4 decision limits the use of policies that cause segregation, but not segregation itself.
As the Supreme Court narrowly rules in favor of housing integration, our readers debate the merits of affordable housing and whether the government should use race as a key factor in shaping policy.
In a surprising move, the justices ruled on Thursday that policies that segregate minorities in poor neighborhoods—even unintentionally—violate the Fair Housing Act.
A study finds that earning even a little more through legitimate work can lure people away from illicit activity.
In a recent survey, only 17 percent of parents who earn at least $100,000 a year said they had conversations with their children about their salaries.
Section 8 was intended to help people escape poverty, but instead it’s trapping them in it.
By 2031, the downturn will have decreased the wealth of the median black household by almost $100,000.
An evolutionary biologist argues that humans started talking because they needed to negotiate.
Smart devices turn every industry into the computer industry, and dupe consumers into thinking their lives are better for it in the process.
Will Americans ever let out a deep breath, crack open a beer, and say, “Thank God it’s Thursday”?
The majority of workers would like to retire by 65, but only those making $100,000 or more expect that they'll do so.
She just got Apple to change course on streaming royalties. Is she the most powerful person in music?