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Last-Minute Tax Moves That Pay Off • From taking full advantage of pandemic-related breaks to grabbing write-offs you may be newly eligible for, here are a dozen ways to boost your refund or cut your tax bill
What Did Ruth Know and When Did She Know It? • A new book tries to answer some of the lasting questions about the Bernard Madoff investment scam
Q&A: Jim Campbell
Looking Back on “Ping Pong Diplomacy” • Fifty years ago, a teenaged table tennis player named Judy Bochenski and her teammates helped to defrost the Cold War
WHY WE CAN’T END OUR ENDLESS WARS • The American way of war has become to make war as invisible as possible, not just because counterterrorism demands some special degree of secrecy, but because operating in secret lets the government and the military continue without interference.
We’re Headed For A Real Clash.’ • COMPANIES ARE GEARING UP TO BRING EMPLOYEES BACK TO THE OFFICE BUT MANY OF THEM, ANXIOUS ABOUT COVID SAFETY AND SATISFIED WORKING REMOTELY, DON’T WANT TO GO
Back to Work Blues • As more companies bring employees back to work in person, workers have a lot of feelings, especially about how that process should work.
They’re Just Like Us • James Cameron’s Secrets of the Whales reveals an Avatar-like realization
Sustainability Innovations Changing the World