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Charlotte Shows How to Beat Flooding

Long before Florence, the city’s buyout program was helping residents leave flood-prone areas.

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A Chinese Company Reshaping the World Leaves a Troubled Trail

CCCC, Belt and Road’s biggest builder, is besieged by allegations of fraud, corruption, and environmental damage.

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Brexit Has Brought Britain to a Standstill
While the government spars with the European Union, the U.K.—as an administrative entity—has virtually stopped working.
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To Live and Scoot in L.A.

A year after their introduction, e-scooters keep cropping up all over the city.

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Women in Silicon Valley Face a Massive Equity Gap

A first-of-its-kind study shows that women hold only 47¢ for every dollar of equity men do.

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A Son of Immigrants Makes the Case Against Open Borders

In a new book, National Review Executive Editor Reihan Salam says limiting immigration would help the native-born poor.

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The NFL’s Very Profitable Existential Crisis

The sport is a total mess, and the league has never made more money.

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Art Basel Is Coming to Save Your City

The company behind the art fair claims it can replicate what it did for Miami all around the world. The first attempt? Cash-strapped Buenos Aires.

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