Imagine your child's school is always open -- and serves breakfast, and takeaway meals at pickup. It exists, affordably, in Sweden, where the private sector pushes education innovation.
Known for its gender equality, Sweden has begun to turn ugly. Some point to a "Breivik effect" spreading through Scandinavia since the 2011 massacre in Norway by a right-wing extremist.
Indonesian-born twins Lin Backman and Emilie Falk used scraps of anecdotal information and Facebook to find each other after 30 years. Adopted as babies, both women grew up in Sweden, work as teachers and even chose the same song for their weddings.