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Paris Reckons With Plan to Connect Itself to Suburbs

Long before the Charlie Hebdo shootings last month, Paris struggled with its identity. But the attacks have spurred uncomfortable conversations about the city's large—and often segregated—population of immigrants. According to the New York Times, one step forward is new plan that will be undertaken in the following…

Maybe We Should Just Let Atlantic City Die Already

ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. — There are about as many ideas about how to save Atlantic City as there are residents of Atlantic City (39,551). I don’t say that hyperbolically. When I was there this past weekend every single person I talked to knew exactly what was wrong with it and how to fix it: it’s either Trump’s fault, or…