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- - - The pink pouches are sealed with stickers, cheerful as gift bags. Inside: no branded merchandise or flavored lip balms. Instead, the quasi-favors are stuffed with pills. The people who pack them - who source the pills, who keep the spreadsheet tracking their disbursal, who organize the confidential handoffs - chose these pouches in part because of their saturation. The wash of pink obscures the contents. It's no one's business who's taking Plan B on campus.
WASHINGTON (AP) — A measure of inflation that is closely monitored by the Federal Reserve eased but remained at an elevated level in October, likely reinforcing the Fed's intent to keep raising interest rates to cool the economy and slow the acceleration of prices. Thursday's report from the Commerce...
Political conflict around schools, surging nationwide, is most common in politically diverse areas, far more than in places that are solidly liberal or conservative, new research finds. At the same time, schools in more politically mixed communities were likelier to have dropped programs that train teachers to have productive conversations...
In no surprise to anyone, Sydney has officially been named as one of the world's most expensive cities
Sydney has been ranked the world's tenth most expensive city to live in, with researchers considering the price of rent, groceries and everyday services. The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) found Sydneysiders are paying some of the highest prices in the world alongside infamously expensive cities like New York and Hong Kong.