From Numeracy, a special issue on financial literacy. Ciprian Bogdan (Babes-Bolyai): Intersubjectivity and Techno-science: Jurgen Habermas. From Vice, Chris Gethard on learning about humanity on public transportation; and will charging people money to have kids save the world from overpopulation? Joseph Cox investigates. David Derbyshire on how wine-tasting is junk science. Jenn Abelson on Western Sahara: Why Africa’s last colony can’t break free. Bruce Bartlett on “financialization” as a cause of economic malaise. Sheila Bair on everything the IMF wanted to know about financial regulation and wasn’t afraid to ask. Vince Miklos on maps of vast empires that no longer exist. 40 years after Roe, doctors warn that reproductive rights are in grave danger. Why are the intellectuals’ views on self-interest wrong? Janna Woiceshyn wonders. The Speaker is mute but not unintelligible: Jennifer Senior on what John Boehner is thinking. James Ishmael Ford on a few words in favor of Jezebel: Is Jezebel the baddest of the bad girls of the Bible? From LARB, Kaya Genc interviews Thomas Roueche and Izzy Finkel: Turkey is just a thread that ties all these interesting ideas together. From Brooklyn Magazine, Kristin Iversen on how casual sex became a privilege of the rich. Here is the page on “Human Differences: Culture, gender, and sexuality”. Want to star on Reality TV? Here's how.