Katie Moritz

Katie Moritz is Rewire's senior editor and a Pisces who enjoys thrift stores, rock concerts and pho. She covered politics for a newspaper in Juneau, Alaska, before driving down to balmy Minnesota to help produce long-standing public affairs show "Almanac" at Twin Cities PBS. Now she works on this here website. Reach her via email at [email protected] Follow her on Twitter @katecmoritz.

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If One of You Cheated, Is There Hope for Your Relationship?

If it seems like cheating is incredibly common, that’s because it is. According to the American Association for […]

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Trash Grains to Treasure: Student Entrepreneurs Innovate for Change

Working as a server at a restaurant in San Diego, Rey Mustafa watched kitchen staff throw away huge, […]

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How Our Ozone Hole Win Can Help Us With Climate Change

The year was 1987. A hole in the ozone layer was opening over Antarctica, and a young scientist […]

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Words Matter: How to Address Offensive Language in Family Conversations

Every generation has its own way of talking about things. In the 1950s and ’60s, adults were panicking […]

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Why Veterans Could be the Key to Ending Partisan Politics

Congress’ freshman class has gotten a lot of attention for breaking the norm. It includes our first Muslim […]

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Did Your Neighborhood Contribute to Institutional Racism?

When we think about segregation, we think about signs. Signs that prohibited black people in the South from […]

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Where are the Ridesharing Companies for Women?

Laura Swan swore the same car had been trailing her the whole drive home. The 29-year-old was on […]

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Why Some Entrepreneurs Struggle With ‘Monogamy’

Entrepreneurs tend to have a problem with a wandering eye. No, no, it’s not what you think. If […]

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Induction Cooking is Eco-Friendly, But Can We Afford It?

If you’re a kitchen nerd, maybe you’ve heard of them: fossil fuel-free, space-age stovetops that cook your food […]

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Making a Murderino: Unraveling the Unexpected Popularity of True Crime

Charles Brandes was a true crime late bloomer. Lots of the people who now claim true crime as […]

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How to Explain Away Short-Term Work History in an Interview

Is there anything worse than showing up for your first day of a new job — and realizing […]

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Are Psychopathic Personality Traits Actually Good For Business?

Nobody wants to be called a psychopath. Despite the fact that we all fall somewhere on the spectrum, people […]