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In challenging local regulations, the ride service has gone too far in undermining public safety.
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The wealth gap between whites and blacks in the U.S. is the widest it's been in 30 years.
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The country hopes the move will get people more involved in government—and save some money.
Though the protesters didn't make any discernible progress towards their primary goals, there are many other ways that the movement has irrefutably changed Hong Kong.
Judith Rodin's new book offers insight for a tumultuous world.
The Cold War thriller on BBC America stars Brian Cox and Tom Hughes—and some excellent, surprisingly intimate Brutalist architecture.
The future of on-time train arrivals depends on the high court.
Decades of climate data pinpoint the nation's top spots for a snowy December 25.
It's a burst of fashion genius that could only originate in Scotland.
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The designers behind the States Plates Project are here to help.
The city aims to get 20,000 residents using its system by 2020.