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Women and the missing 23 cents

Women are almost half America’s workforce, so why do they take home 77 cents to every dollar men earn?

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Meet Dr. Pauli Murray, a lawyer, academic and civil rights leader.

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An Interview with Lauren Paul

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The history of Black people in America was hard enough to make sense of before we added 12-year-old Tamir Rice to it.

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Tolerance starts with a conversation.

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Women have been part of the modern workplace for more than five decades.

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The future looks promising for wearable technology.

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When fashion is really great, it's more than just hem lines and stitch work that makes a statement on the runway.

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A simple helpline is making the garment industry safer.

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Detroit, Michigan was poised to be one of the country’s most impactful metropolises in the mid-20th century.

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Data streams from 100 DIY environmental sensors around the world went live on Feb. 6, measuring air quality, noise, pollution, light, temperature and other environmental conditions for the Sense Your City initiative.

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Photography helps us analyze humanitarian issues — past, present and future.

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Fashion designers have long favored fresh, youthful faces to represent their art.

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An aspiring writer nervously awaits the results of his publisher’s critique.

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Sometimes it’s easy to forget that one person really can make a difference.

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In 2014, just three of the world leaders attending the G20 summit were women.

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When Brandon Stanton, the creator of the popular photography blog Humans of New York, got off the subway in Brownsville, the downtrodden district of Brooklyn, he was searching for his next subject to shoot.

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The clothes don't make the man. Or the woman, apparently.