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Making Safety a Market

By Levi Tillemann

Aug. 27, 2015

The catastrophic numbers of deaths in car accidents aren't a foregone conclusion, writes Levi Tillemann, who argues that creating a synthet

Making Safety a Market

The catastrophic numbers of deaths in car accidents aren't a foregone conclusion, writes Levi Tillemann, who argues that creating a synthet


The Soup to Nuts Approach to Financing College

The presidential campaign trail is littered with ideas for making college more affordable. Rachel Black, William Elliott III, and Melinda Le


In Search of a New Balancing Act

Where are we when it comes to “having it all?” Experts debated the challenges Americans face when trying to balance work and family and whet


ISIS Has a Forgotten History of War on the Water

Media reports and military strategists alike are ignoring the consistent and dangerous threat posed by jihadists who make the water a battle


Encrypting Our Way to Less Crime

OTI's Kevin Bankston outlines how smartphone encryption will help law enforcement efforts more than it could hinder them.


A Community Approach to Health

To boost vaccination rates, we need to change the way we talk about immunization, writes Charlotte Lee. Parent-to-parent communication progr


The Path from the Storm

Ten years after Hurricane Katrina, New Orleans is still at the center of English professor John Alexander's definition of home.


The Criminal Justice Conflict

A struggle is emerging between those pushing for bipartisan criminal justice reform and others who say building reform efforts around “nonvi