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America’s third-largest city has built one of the world’s best trauma care systems. But that success might be obscuring the true scale of its gun violence.
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The new Marvel superhero movie Black Panther shows the benefits and the risks associated with sustaining and protecting a majority-black community.
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University of Manchester researchers argue that the movement to make cities more livable for older residents must expand its work on inequality.
Also today: When trains beat out planes, and “the resistance requires a coin.”
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More than 65 million people are living in a state of displacement, the highest level in human history. Only a small fraction are successfully resettled into permanent homes. Is there a digital fix for this very human crisis?
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