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China increasingly challenges American dominance of science - The Washington Post
After decades of American dominance, Chinese science is ascendant, and it is luring scientists like Pastor-Pareja away from the United States. Even more China-born scientists are returning from abroad to a land of new scientific opportunity.
R&D  comparison  USA  China  WashingtonPost  2018 
7 days ago by inspiral
White America’s racial resentment is the real impetus for welfare cuts, study says - The Washington Post
“White Americans are increasingly critical of the country’s social safety net, a new study suggests, thanks in part to a rising tide of racial resentment.

“The study, conducted by researchers at two California universities and published Wednesday in the journal Social Forces, finds that opposition to welfare programs has grown among white Americans since 2008, even when controlling for political views and socioeconomic status.”
welfare  2018  racism  washingtonpost 
17 days ago by handcoding
Competition drives nuclear industry to look for millions in subsidies - The Washington Post
New Jersey this week became the fourth state to offer subsidies to its aging nuclear plants, setting off a debate about whether taxpayers and ratepayers should help the industry compete against natural gas power plants and ever cheaper wind and solar energy.
washingtonpost  nuclear  subsidy 
19 days ago by eversourcenh
Competition drives nuclear industry to look for millions in subsidies - The Washington Post
New Jersey this week became the fourth state to offer subsidies to its aging nuclear plants, setting off a debate about whether taxpayers and ratepayers should help the industry compete against natural gas power plants and ever cheaper wind and solar energy.
WashingtonPost  nuclear  subsidy 
19 days ago by northernpass
He searched for his Japanese birth mother. He found her — and the restaurant she had named after him. - The Washington Post
Later, as he lay in the ambulance racing to Walter Reed Army Hospital, two regrets popped into his head. One was that he wouldn’t be able to help his son with his college applications. The other was that he never thanked the Japanese woman who gave birth to him, then gave him up for adoption in 1960.
adoption  japan  washingtonpost 
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