1. Stop universities from hoarding money.
By Victor Fleischer in the New York Times
2. Since Hurricane Katrina, New Orleans recovered. But its black middle class didn’t.
By Ben Casselman in Five Thirty Eight
3. Hospitals pay a penalty for admitting patients for the same illness twice. What if we tried that with prisons?
By Stuart Butler in Real Clear Markets
4. How can we keep aid workers safe?
By Larissa Fast in Political Violence at a Glance
5. The world’s most valuable art is disappearing. Here’s why.
By Nicole Orttung in the Wilson Quarterly
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