The annual gathering of the global elite has always been dominated by men.

  • Analysis

Amazon's injection of 50,000-plus workers into a local economy could, given the right circumstances, be politically transformative.

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Food stamp households spend 5.4 percent of their grocery budgets on soda.

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How we got to the coming government shutdown -- in case you haven't been paying attention.

Research has shown that union membership affects everyone's wages.

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A simpler filtering experiment reveals Amazon's key selection criteria and points to the cities that missed out big.

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"The people who need to develop guidance will instead be at home."

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A new paper claims that lemons — yes, lemons — gave the mafia its start.

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Starting in February, CHIP programs in some states will run out of money.

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Some of America's most homogenous cities attract a surprisingly diverse set of newcomers. Others still seem to be magnets for white people.

  • Perspective

Improving global health is no longer primarily about combating infectious diseases.

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The share of Americans with no non-home wealth is rising.

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The balance of power at the Fed will rest heavily on the regional Fed presidents — people Trump did not appoint and has no control over.

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Consumer tastes are changing, even in candy.

  • Analysis

Many are calling for the end of Box Tops for Education and similar programs.

  • Analysis

Here's how that compares to some other common household products.

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There's a quiet revolution at convenience stores: They’re getting way healthier.

CVS will no longer use digitally altered beauty images in stores.

  • Analysis

There's a deep irony about Trump's statement about wanting fewer immigrants from “shithole” countries and more from Norway.

Adding work requirements for Medicaid is just one of the ideas states are proposing to change federal health care for the poor.

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