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Density Intensity
Density Intensity
Gen Y's Urban Suburbanism

Millennials don’t differ from their parents all in much in their living and buying patterns: they still intend to settle down in a house in the suburbs. At least here, the much-vaunted “generational shifts” between the Boomers and Gen Y aren’t in evidence. But those concerned about the importance of density to economic growth needn’t worry. Millennials can keep moving to the suburbs in their thirties without removing themselves out of the “creative class” economy.

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The Cracks Start to Widen

Again, the question supporters of the law will have to answer centers on sustainability: is the health system that Obamacare establishes something that can really last?

Crude Economics

That OPEC production cut is going to have to fall on the Saudis’ shoulders—if it’s to happen at all.

Egypt in Turmoil

The West is ignoring an ongoing crisis in Egypt, as painful austerity measures stoke outrage against the Sisi government.

Why We Can't Have Nice Things

Déjà vu all over again.

Public Opinion

A new Gallup poll registers big increases in respect for police, including among Democrats and nonwhites.

Asia's Game of Thrones

Both Washington and Manila are doing damage control in the wake of Duterte’s latest comments, but the real test is yet to come.

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