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Want to make all your arguments win-win? Stop fighting and start brainstorming

It's normal to avoid conflict. This episode gives you tools for turning what could be a heated argument into a constructive brainstorming session — so both parties feel like they are working together instead of against each other.

Want to make all your arguments win-win? Stop fighting and start brainstorming

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Mahayana Landowne, of Brooklyn, N.Y., wears a "Lady Justice" costume as she marches past the Supreme Court during a protest for abortion rights on June 30, 2022, in Washington, D.C. Jacquelyn Martin/AP hide caption

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The Texas Supreme Court has blocked an order that resumed abortions in the state

The whiplash of Texas clinics turning away patients, rescheduling them and now potentially canceling appointments again illustrated the confusion and scrambling taking place since Roe v. Wade fell.

Chris Herbie Holland (L.) as Tio and Marcel Spears as Juicy in Fat Ham at New York's Public Theater. Joan Marcus/Public Theater hide caption

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Pulitzer Prize-winning play 'Fat Ham' takes 'Hamlet' in unexpected directions

James Ijames' adaptation of Shakespeare's play is less a tragedy than a triumphant comedy.

Pulitzer Prize-winning play 'Fat Ham' takes 'Hamlet' in unexpected directions

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A pilot shortage that's been brewing for years adds to the summer travel chaos

The pipeline of new pilots has been shrinking for years. As summer travel demand increases, the shortage is adding to the strain in airlines and chaos at the airports.

A pilot shortage that's been brewing for years adds to the summer travel chaos

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