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Archive for September 22nd, 2018
"The language of type can be immensely clarifying," says author Merve Emre. In The Personality Brokers she describes how a mother-daughter duo started a multi-million dollar "people sorting" industry.
Two days after the disaster, which left more than 200 people dead, divers pulled a man from inside the vessel. He reportedly locked himself in the engine room and survived because of an air pocket.
Uncertainty over federal standards for these cost-saving programs could trigger different perks for employees, and change what they must do to qualify.
Now that enough people have seen the second season of Netflix's comedy/drama/true crime parody, your weekend will be full of people comparing it unfavorably to season one. Here's why they're wrong.
A new biography of the African-American playwright shows that she was so much more than her most famous work: A Raisin in the Sun.
The Education Department offers new findings on student loan forgiveness; Enrollment in Puerto Rico's schools drops after Hurricane Maria; DeVos calls for more free and open speech on college campuses
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