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How markets will react to the 2018 midterm elections — Quartz

What’s occurring in Washington has all the time had a huge impact on international markets. That’s been very true since Donald Trump gained the US presidential...

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How Winchester, Virginia united to help the babies of the opioid epidemic — Quartz

Emma is rocking her child, talking to her softly in the neonatal intensive care unit of Winchester Medical Middle in the metropolis of Winchester, Virginia...

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How do you know if you’re losing your mind? — Quartz

You may be an skilled on brains and spend 30 years learning psychological issues, and it nonetheless won’t put together you for your personal insanity...

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Decolonizing philosophy is the new battleground in South Africa’s fight against imperialism — Quartz

To review philosophy in South Africa in the present day is to review a collection of pronouncements from white, European males. Tony Shabangu, a philosophy...