How the brain’s desire for space, survival, and pleasure is creating inequality in our neighborhoods and communities

Santa Marta’s painted houses, a colorful favela in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Santa Marta’s painted houses in Rio De Janiero, Brazil’s most famous favela. credit: Culture Trip


When accounting for life expectancy, the U.S. contributed more than 25% of the worldwide total of life years lost.

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How a worsening climate is making people poor, and making it harder to escape poverty.

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Get ready to ride the eviction wave

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A bill soon-to-be introduced in the Nevada state legislature could revolutionize the tech economy

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Here’s a look at the real costs of the GOP’s views on poverty.

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Soaring home prices, low supply, and remote work could sending the housing market into a frenzy

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Tech-savvy, highly-educated, and environmentally conscious, Millennials represent a drastic turn-of-face for the luxury home market

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David Kilcullen, CEO of Cordillera, said Jan. 6 looked like what happened in Ukraine, Serbia, and Georgia in the 1990s

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