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Donald Trump Isn’t Going to Be President

He’d have to win unprecedented shares of the very kinds of voters who hate him: blacks, Latinos, and women.

John Kasich Is Quitting, Leaving Trump No More Challengers

Trump Clearly Thinks Clinton Is Vulnerable in This One Area. And She Is.

Bulldoze Jane Jacobs

The celebrated urban thinker wrote the blueprint for how we revitalize cities. It’s time to draw up new plans.

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Donald Trump Is Not Normal

A fascist bigot becomes the presumptive GOP nominee, and TV news treats it like just another election.


How to Win Every Argument With Your Kids Forever

The answer can be found in game theory, according to a new book.

Donald Trump Is TV’s New Normal. That’s Insane.

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