Claire Suddath, Bloomberg

Claire Suddath


New York, NY, United States

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Past articles by Claire:

A Very Dangerous Place to Be Pregnant Is Getting Even Scarier

Texas leads the US in maternity ward closures, and nowhere is this more of an issue than in the western part of the state. → Read More

It’s Getting Harder to Be a Woman in America

The US welcomes the employment and economic advancement of women—yet doesn’t actually support them. We’ve finally hit a breaking point. → Read More

More Teachers Than Ever Are Considering Leaving the Profession

Another year of pandemic schooling is pushing many educators beyond burnout. They’re being reduced to ashes. → Read More

How High Child Care Costs Follow Women Throughout Their Lives

The most broken business in America is crushing parents and providers. → Read More

How Child Care Became the Most Broken Business in America

Biden has a plan to make day care more affordable for parents—if the providers don’t go out of business first. → Read More

Here’s What No Paid Parental Leave in the U.S. Looks Like

The reality for new parents is brutal and, at times, inhumane. → Read More

How Critical Race Theory Became a Political Target

Fights about how to understand America’s racial history are nothing new, and neither are moves by politicians to dictate what schools teach. But the vituperative debate over Critical Race Theory and the rush by some state legislatures and school boards to limit what students can hear are perhaps unprecedented. The politicians leading the charge say they are trying to protect children from… → Read More

Andrew Yang Hopes to Ride His Free-Money Plan to NYC’s City Hall

Yang wants to launch the largest basic income program in history. But would it work? → Read More

Closing the Racial Wealth Gap Starts With the Truth

My family owned slaves. I wanted to know more about that. → Read More

Why Are Americans Still Waiting for Paid Parental Leave?

The U.S. economy needs more babies, yet the country continues to put new families at a disadvantage. → Read More

The Case of the Empty Frames Remains Art World’s Biggest Mystery

Cops, criminals, journalists, and art sleuths—they’ve all failed to find the $500 million haul of the Gardner Museum theft. → Read More

During Coronavirus, the U.S. Safety Net Is Failing Workers

Stories from a country that was wildly unprepared for a pandemic. → Read More

For Bumble, the Future Isn’t Female, It’s Female Marketing

Whitney Wolfe Herd set out to build a safer dating app for women, but it’s not clear that she’s made a measurable difference. → Read More

For Bumble, the Future Isn’t Female, It’s Female Marketing

Whitney Wolfe Herd remembered the day she decided to go after dick pics. “It started with me barging into a meeting and being like, ‘Guys, we’re going to make a law, and we’re going to make dick pics illegal!’ ” she recalled. → Read More

Stacey Abrams, Leader in the Fight Against Voter Suppression

Her group—Fair Fight 2020—is spending $5 million before next year’s elections to make sure people can exercise their rights. → Read More

Volkswagen Hopes a Song Can Save Its Soul and Sell Electric Cars

American car buyers are a forgiving bunch. Although they all but abandoned Volkswagen in 2015 after the German car maker admitted to cheating on emissions tests, they didn’t stay mad for long. Within two years Volkswagen sales had recovered. → Read More

Beloved Nashville Anchor Sues Meredith for Age Discrimination

Local news anchors often achieve low-grade celebrity status around town, but Kalodimos was unusually beloved. One year, an elementary school included her name in a spelling bee.Kalodimos did much of her own reporting, investigating radioactive waste disposal, migrant worker conditions and even an ethically → Read More

Getting Rid of Swimsuits Was Just the Beginning

Miss America has been trying to evolve for the #MeToo era. It’ll have to do a lot more to fix a funding death spiral and an internal revolt. → Read More

Harley-Davidson Needs a New Generation of Riders

If it wants to survive Trump’s tariffs and an aging customer base, the company has to embrace a cultural change. → Read More

Harley-Davidson Needs a New Generation of Riders

The first thing you should do when you meet a Harley-Davidson rider is check the back of his—or her, but let’s be honest, it’s probably his—jacket. It might be a bald eagle atop the company’s logo to let everyone know this is a Harley guy—not a Honda guy, not a BMW guy, but a red-blooded, flag-waving → Read More