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Demographic Wars
Demographic Wars
College Grads Flock to New Cities

As technology gives college graduates more flexibility to live and work where they choose and cultural offerings become more standardized nationwide, it would be natural for young Americans to move in greater numbers to less popular cities with lower costs of living. In fact, those shifts are already happening.

Demographic Wars
Oligeeks Square Off Against Brown Jobs

Houston and the San Francisco Bay Area are quickly becoming two of the most powerful cities in the country. So far both have grown without bumping into each other, but a conflict might be coming.

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Putin's Patronage

The rebound of Russia’s largest oil company appears to be a major success story, but the truth is more complicated.

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Jason Willick on the inadequacy of the donor class vision for the Republican Party.

Regulate Don't Kill

Trying to apply blue model thinking to post-blue problems is foolish.

A New Cud to Chew

Feeding cows seaweed could cut out 99 percent of their methane emissions.

Trouble in Brussels

After threatening Putin with new sanctions over Syria, European leaders discover they lack the political will to deliver.

The United States is now going to have to figure out how to help Venezuela avoid completely melting down, with the Venezuelan strongman still at the helm.

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