Clive Crook

Bloomberg View

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Writer and editor for Bloomberg View, writing about the intersection of politics and economics; former senior editor of The Atlantic; former columnist for National Journal and commentator for the Financial Times

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President Obama wants Congress to " give America a raise ." But Republicans say it would be a disaster for small business.

Is It Time to Increase the Minimum Wage?

President Obama wants Congress to " give America a raise ." But Republicans say it would be a disaster for small business.

from To the Point

With government offices closed, the Pentagon says it won’t pay death benefits to the families of combat casualties.

Political Dysfunction in Washington Hurting the Economy and American Credibility

With government offices closed, the Pentagon says it won’t pay death benefits to the families of combat casualties.

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The convention halls in both Tampa and Charlotte echoed with outreach to the Middle Class, starting with the wives of both candidates for the White House.

The Mythology of the Middle Class

The convention halls in both Tampa and Charlotte echoed with outreach to the Middle Class, starting with the wives of both candidates for the White House.

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A lifetime fighting for social justice, digital literacy, and access to information helped South LA native Tracie D. Hall snag the eminent Literarian Award.

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Decades ago, a legendary local soccer team called Hollywood United brought together expats from Europe, including rock musicians, movie actors, and even Milli Vanilli.

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An exhibit at the Central Library in downtown collects memorabilia of LA social groups — from scuba divers to microscope lovers — for a glimpse into the many ways Angelenos make…

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Mayoral candidates Rick Caruso and Karen Bass defend their plans of quickly moving tens of thousands of unhoused people indoors if elected.

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Under Elon Musk’s new leadership, Twitter has been delisted from the New York Stock Exchange and has introduced new changes. Some users are leaving the platform in response.

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