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Feminism at a Crossroad

We take stock of the state of feminism in this moment and debate its future — where it is going and how can it be harnessed.


Fleeing War and Finding Family

We preview a new book by Sarah Wildman on family identity, myth, and memory.


The Teacher Wars

Who should teach? What should be taught? Who should be held accountable for how our children learn?


Israel, Gaza, and Monitoring Human Rights

Monitoring human rights during wartime is a particularly daunting challenge, especially when greeted with a hostile audience.


Just in Time Podcast

For white-collar workers, jobs that promise flexible hours may be highly sought after.


The Next Economic Disaster Podcast

Currently, American consumers owe over $11.5 trillion in debt. Are we on the cusp of another economic crisis?


Recap: Rich Hill

Rich Hill, Missouri, a once thriving coal town home to 1,400 people, is mined out. Here's its story.


Leftover Women

After the 1949 revolution, Chairman Mao famously proclaimed that women hold up half the sky. Since then, the sky has been turning darker.


LEADERSHIP, INNOVATION, AND IDEAS
In Conversation with Ta-Nehisi Coates

Ta-Nehisi Coates sits down with Anne-Marie Slaughter to discuss racism, equality, and his recent piece on the case for reparations.


LEADERSHIP, INNOVATION, AND IDEAS
In Conversation with Steven Rattner

Anne-Marie Slaughter sits down with President Obama's "Car Czar," Steven Rattner, to discuss the business of government.


LEADERSHIP, INNOVATION, AND IDEAS
In Conversation with Eric Schmidt

Eric Schmidt, Executive Chairman of Google, joins Anne-Marie Slaughter to kickoff our new Leadership, Innovation and Ideas series.


LEADERSHIP, INNOVATION, AND IDEAS
In Conversation with Chris Hughes

Chris Hughes discusses how technology helped him as the young head of a major social networking site.