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The G.O.P. Is Rotting - The New York Times

The party is selling its soul, doing harm to every cause it purports to serve.

Why the World Should Be Grateful for Donald Trump - Bloomberg

The 45th U.S. president has jolted us out of a profound amnesia and complacency.

The South Will Rise Again Under GOP Tax Plan - Bloomberg

Florida and Texas will become the new centers of finance and innovation.

After getting fired for looking at job ads, an entrepreneur built a 'secret recruitment app' that hundreds of compani...

After getting fired for looking at job ads, an entrepreneur built a 'secret recruitment app' that hundreds of companies are using

Opinion | I’ve never respected a president less. And I’ve never loved America more.

This is the comforting paradox of the age of Trump: He has unleashed my inner patriot.

13 Things to Look Forward To (or Fear) in 2018 - Bloomberg

Enjoy the Olympics, but watch out for the internet of things.

The Divide Between America’s Prosperous Cities and Struggling Small Towns—in 20 Charts

About 1 in 7 Americans lives in rural parts of the country—1,800 counties that sit outside any metropolitan area. A generation ago, most of these places had working economies, a strong social fabric and a way of life that drew a steady stream of urban migrants. Today, many are in crisis.

Just a Reminder: This Isn't Normal - Bloomberg

Jonathan Bernstein's morning links.

Trump on Health Care - Yuval Levin | National Review

There’s lots to marvel at in the New York Times' interview with President Trump ...

Start Spreading the News: Digital Fuels Superstar Cities

Winner-take-all urbanism is another manifestation of the winner-take-all economics of the past few decades, in which a relatively small number of players reap a very large share of the rewards, upending whole industries with their outsized returns.

The Divide Between America’s Prosperous Cities and Struggling Small Towns—in 20 Charts

About 1 in 7 Americans lives in rural parts of the country—1,800 counties that sit outside any metropolitan area. A generation ago, most of these places had working economies, a strong social fabric and a way of life that drew a steady stream of urban migrants. Today, many are in crisis.

Why America’s Richest Cities Keep Getting Richer

They are not just the places where the most ambitious and talented people want to be—they are where such people feel they need to be.

Why Twitter, Facebook and Google are the antisocial networks

The hyperconnected world was not supposed to be like this. In May, Evan Williams, one of the founders of Twitter, told The New York Times: “I thought once everybody could speak freely and exchange...

America’s forgotten towns: Can they be saved or should people just leave? - The Washington Post

Conventional wisdom says people in dying towns should move. But Trump and Nobel prizewinner Joseph Stiglitz have different ideas.

Why The Financial System Will Break: You Can't 'Normalize' Markets That Depend On Extreme Monetary Stimulus | Seeking...

Central banks are now trapped. In a nutshell, central banks are promising to normalize their monetary policy extremes in 2018. Nice, but there's a problem: you

The Amazon Economy

Amazon undoubtedly brings efficiency to the shopping process, but there is a considerable price to pay for this. By monopolizing online market access, it forces