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Takeovers of Financially Failed Cities...The robots that saved Pittsburgh: Glenn Thrush on how the Steel City avoided Detroit's fate. Jason Farago on our odd, revealing obsession with "gritty" photos of the 1970s NYC Subway.
Some years ago, in response to a rather strong piece on the US shenanigans in the Middle East, an American reader wrote back: Why do you hate America? As some of my perceptive readers might have already deduced, I get loads of fan mail in response to
I was chatting with my local state legislator the other day about guns. He supported the gun control measures that passed in Colorado this year. But he took far more criticism (and lost far more campaign contributions) for those votes than any other
The first recipient of the Randy Shilts Award was NPR "Tell Me More" host Michel Martin, who worked as a reporter for ABC and The Wall Street Journal before joining NPR. A self-described married, heterosexual, Christian mother, Martin told Gail
An apartment complex could spring from a historic building in downtown and pave the way for affordable housing there...Harrison St., said Wednesday he has a purchase agreement with Real America Development of Carmel, which plans to renovate the
We vote for politicians who promise us tax cuts, entitlement programs, costly foreign nation building and balanced budgets...Logical thinking people realize this is a deception that will only take place in Camelot or another Utopia for which we are
This summer, on a journey from the West Coast to Washington, D.C., I drove through Laramie, Wyo., for the first time. It was the same Laramie where 12 years ago today Matthew Shepherd was tortured and viciously beaten to death because he was gay.
Rank-and-file House Republicans get their first glimpse at the GOP legislative agenda tonight, one day before the leadership team showcases the plan during a press conference and small business roundtable at a lumber warehouse in suburban Virginia.
What was being fought over was the image of America, reflected in the as yet unbuilt glass face of Park 51. Four faces of the US could be seen in the media spotlight: America the betrayed, America the amnesiac or criminal and America the innocent
11 p.m Getty Images Why would a man be attracted to a city he professed to hate? The question has particular relevance in the case of one of New York's more recently minted celebrities, Glenn Beck. In the four years since he moved to the area, there