Cheap Internet, Better Bathrooms, and Unsupervised Outdoor Play

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This picture taken on January 27, 2010 in Paris shows the internet homepage of the English version of the search engine website Google.

Chatanooga, Tennessee's public electric utility is working to publicly provide cheap and fast internet to its city. There's just one thing standing in its way: Comcast. Will this battle be coming to New York City any time soon? Plus: The New York Times's finds that Governor's Cuomo's investigation into corruption is "deeply compromised"; looking into the so-called "poor doors" in mixed-income housing; an argument for unsupervised outdoor play for children; and re-thinking American bathrooms.