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  • By Chicago Tribune
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The National Football League swaths itself in patriotic gestures. We’ve seen those pre-game moments when an unfurled American flag all but covers the field itself. We’ve watched solemn color guard ceremonies. We’ve witnessed the roaring fighter jet flyovers. To what extent these displays are…

  • By Washington Post
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On his recent high-profile tour of the United States, Saudi Arabia’s crown prince, Mohammed bin Salman, met with executives from Google, Facebook, Apple, Amazon, Disney, Warner Bros. and Lockheed Martin, among others, journeying from Wall Street to Silicon Valley championing his modernizatio…

It’s the craziest thing. Factory towns that bled both jobs and people still have a fine housing stock, cheap for lack of demand. Booming tech centers, meanwhile, attract battalions of newcomers despite their soaring housing costs and growing congestion.

  • By Nathan Feldman
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At least 60 Palestinians were killed by Israeli fire Monday and more than 2,700 injured during protests that coincided with the opening of the new U.S. embassy in Jerusalem — the deadliest day in Gaza since 2014. This is on top of at least 40 Palestinians already killed and 7,900 injured since March 30, when 45 days of protest began leading up to today: Nakba Day, which commemorates the day in 1948 — 70 years ago — when 750,000 Palestinians were forcefully displaced from their homes and made refugees practically overnight with the creation of the state of Israel.