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GUEST COMMENTARY: But we're not talking about corporate America, despite their deep concern for racial justice, just simply giving black Americans cash. As much as they undoubtedly care about these Black citizens, they would never trust them to just take the money and spend properly.

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In the future imagined in Greg Rucka and Michael Lark’s dystopian series, corporations rule the Earth. Under the guise of “families,” they’ve created something that’s part feudal rule, and part industrialization on a grand scale, and the Lazaruses — genetically modified soldiers — serve the interests of each of the 16 ruling families on the planet. The result reads like “Game of Thrones” meets “Blade Runner” and Occupy Wall Street.

Sure. Take that quiz about which hair-metal band is your spirit animal. Just remember that your familiar, comforting online neighborhood — the people you care about most and those you only kinda like — exists entirely on a corporate planet that's endlessly ravenous to know more about you and yours.

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The long-time goal of a non-stop transatlantic flight from Indianapolis is set to be achieved next spring with the launch of a Delta Air Lines…

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The South Shore Line and South Bend Public Transportation Corporation, known as Transpo, will offer free shuttle bus service between the South…

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