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the road ahead

(VONKARA1/GETTY)We are partnering with Georgia Tech to celebrate the people and cities propelling the world toward an environmentally sustainable, socially equitable and economically viable future.DRONES, DRIVERLESS CARS, PILOTLESS PLANES AND TRAINS. AN AUTOMATION revolution is about to sweep transportation—one that will transform societies around the world, the global economy and the environment. This disruption has already begun. And while there’s no debate the change will be dramatic, it is not clear how this revolution will reshape the world.Will there be better jobs for people or simply fewer jobs? Will cities be hollowed out or become more livable than the suburbs? Will automated transportation increase congestion and pollution? Or will new fuels, regulations and energy storage technologies reduce the carbon footprint of transportation? Will social, racial and economic disparities created by…

the archives

1970“We are definitely in a recession or a depression,” the owner of a Los Angeles TV sales and repair shop told Newsweek. “Whatever it is, it’s here.” In the wake of years of heavy spending on social programs at home and the war in Vietnam abroad, U.S. stock prices were down, interest rates were up, and a growing number of Americans were out of work. Newsweek profiled several people struggling to adjust. “I guess I don’t want a depression,” one college student said. “I wouldn’t have time to be active against the war if I had to worry about eating.”(ED GALLUCCI)1986As Wall Street dealmakers prospered while focusing on “financial asset shuffling,” Newsweek asked, “Is America dealing itself into another decline?” Perhaps even more troubling was another trend: “Where fortunes can…

how conservatives mastered social media

@schradieABOUT A FIVE-MINUTE DRIVE FROM DOWNTOWN Morehead City, North Carolina, three retirees sat down for lunch at their favorite spot, Bojangles’ Famous Chicken ’n Biscuits. While visitors to Morehead City, on the southeast coast of the state, might feel they had tumbled into a world far removed from the rest of the state, one of the men, a retired nuclear chemist, said he knew of a place that was much more out of touch.“One of the most isolated places in the world, and I’ve been there, is a university,” said Ken. “All you do is talk to your friends, and your friends are the same ones who think the same way you do…. They only talk to people who make themselves feel comfortable.”Ken was sitting with Verne and Bob. The…

extremists get booted from online platforms

(WILDPIXEL/GETTY)As social media has risen in importance as a news source, so too have extremists gained prominence by using the platforms, especially during and since the 2016 presidential election. However, the spread of radical and often conspiratorial rhetoric online has also led to a new push by the tech industry to ban extremists from social media.In early May, Facebook trained its sights on extremists who peddle fake news and white nationalism. The social network, along with Instagram, banned Infowars’ conspiracy theorists Alex Jones and Joseph Watson, former Breitbart News editor Milo Yiannopoulos, far-right activist Laura Loomer and white supremacist Paul Nehlen, deeming them “dangerous.” Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan, who is known for his anti-Semitic remarks, was also removed. Facebook said in a statement, “We’ve always banned individuals or…

talking points

“First of all, I would like to say I do not resort to witchcraft!”—POPE FRANCIS, ANSWERING A REPORTER’S QUESTION ON WHERE HE GETS HIS ENERGY“I THINK PEOPLE SHOULD BE ALLOWED TO SMOKE, DRINK AND EAT AS MUCH RED MEAT AS THEY LIKE.”—SYLVI LISTHAUG, NORWAY’S NEW MINISTER FOR THE ELDERLY AND PUBLIC HEALTH“My interviewing technique was like bashing someone in the face with a sledgehammer. I was like the Joker, and all I wanted to do was cause chaos.”—RADIO HOST HOWARD STERN“I’ve battled. I’ve tried to hang in there, and I’ve tried to come back and play the great game of golf again.”—TIGER WOODS, RECEIVING THE PRESIDENTIAL MEDAL OF FREEDOM“I’M VERY PLEASED AND GLAD TO WELCOME MY OWN BROTHER INTO THE SLEEP-DEPRIVATION SOCIETY THAT IS PARENTING.”—Prince William“My wife and I are…