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Trump’s EPA administrator should change the name of his agency to “Every Polluter’s Ally.”

Those three stale bagel quarters left over from the meeting? Gone in seconds. Picked over Halloween candy someone’s kid didn’t want? Eaten in record time.

The fashion industry is far from sustainable, but a radical new platform called CircularID aims to make it easier for brands to recycle, repair, and resell fashion products.

Daily Lift podcasts are short takes on inspiring ideas to enrich your day and share with friends.

Kind Bar is pushing the FDA to strengthen its food-labeling requirements. Some of its competitors aren’t thrilled.

Yoga Foster equips school teachers with tools to help their students refocus and cope with toxic stress.

Though $1 billion seems like a big price tag, it’s just a drop in the bucket for Apple. At the end of last quarter, the company had $113 billion in cash sitting around.

Art workers around the country are sharing their salaries and in some cases forming unions to put pressure on their institutions.

My experience transitioning in midcareer gave me a unique perspective on how the industry should approach gender inclusion.

KPFA, 94.1 FM in Berkeley, is the first community supported radio station in the USA, founded in 1949 by Lewis Hill, a pacifist,
poet, and jo
urnalist. Much of our programming is local, original and eclectic, with a well produced mix of news and in depth public affairs, an ongoing drama, literature and
performance serie
s, interviews, and reviews, and music.

Gig work has always existed, but it has come to mean so much more than what it meant in the past.

A new law in the state will make it illegal to label products like “plant-based meat,” “cauliflower rice,” or “almond milk.” Plant-based producers (and the ACLU) say that’s a violation of the First Amendment.

In this short video, a quote from UC Berkeley Chancellor Carol Christ about civic life. Be sure to follow us on Twitter (@Cal) and Instagram (@UCBerkeley).

The choice of professionals worldwide, the Copic marker offers outstanding performance in all areas of design and illustration. Two versatile tips produce a range of strokes from fine lines to wide color fills.

Morgenthau spent more than 30 years jailing criminals, from mob kingpins and drug-dealing killers to a tax-dodging Harvard dean

A historic indigenous resistance is unfolding on the Big Island of Hawaii, where thousands have descended on Mauna Kea, a sacred Native site, to defend it from the construction of a $1.4 billion telescope. Scientists say the Thirty Meter Telescope will help them peer into the deepest corners of space, but indigenous resisters say the construction was approved without their consent and will desecrate their sacred…

Louis Vuitton, Gucci, and Hermès are battling for young consumers. Will their strategies—which include everything from podcasts to video games—pay off?

Despite extensive safety standards and regulations, worker safety remains a huge challenge for many industries. According to recent figures from the National Safety Council, more than 4,500,000 workplace injuries occur annually—or about one injury every seven seconds. Recent years have resulted in the manufacturing sector accounting for more than 300 fatalities and over 410,000 non-fatal occupation injuries. Annual costs associated with occupational injuries and illnesses total…

Tata Communications’ Amit Sachdeva describes the transformational potential of 5G. Excitement around 5G continues unabated. Yet, amidst the excitement, it is important to be pragmatic and identify the short to medium-term use case opportunities where 5G can make a significant difference compared with existing 4G/LTE network services. This includes enabling the shift in data processing and management towards the mobile network edge, and targeting the applications…