Can These Creative Taxes Catch Up With a Changing World?

Nations are responding in creative, if not necessarily optimal, ways to cultural and technological shifts while implementing new tax schemes.

How Ancient Athens Convinced Its Wealthiest to Love Paying Taxes

The 1 percent of ancient Athens paid nearly all the city's taxes — and often bragged about it.

A New Vision for America

Today’s Sunday Magazine invites you to take a glance from a new angle at the positive change we’re already seeing in America.

Emerging Economies Face Mountain of Debt

Developing nations are dipping into debt markets to survive the pandemic.


Real Talk Real Change

Compelling conversations on race to meet the moment.

China: Charting a Course Between Conflict and Accommodation

Washington's relationship with Beijing impacts all other aspects of U.

Cincinnati’s Secret Sauce to Help Minority Businesses Succeed

This Midwestern city is succeeding at turning medium-sized minority businesses into massively successful ones.

Sunday Magazine: Go Inside Trump's Second Term

What happens if Donald Trump win's reelection? Today's Sunday Magazine takes you on a journey into the not-too-distant future.

Could the Recession Revive the Savings Gene in China and India?

Consumer spending in the two countries helped revive the global economy after the Great Recession.

A Lesson in Black Resilience

Cameron Whitten's Black Resilience Fund in Portland, Oregon, is a small-scale model for what reparations can mean for Black Americans.

Butterfly Effect: The Coming Labor Wars

How governments handle labor rights in the coming months could shape the future direction of modern democracies.


When Katty Met Carlos

From the BBC and OZY comes a fresh perspective on the debate about America’s future as a nation and its relation to the world during the 2020 US election.

Kids: The Recession-Proof Industry

While many industries are suffering, parents are still keeping children-focused companies alive.

A Military School Barrier-Breaker Is Gunning for Congress

Nancy Mace, the first female cadet at the Citadel, is a libertarian-leaning star in the making.

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