They are mostly found on the coasts, according to a new study.
Partisan lines that once fell along regional borders can increasingly be found at the county level. What does that mean for the future of the United States?
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Massachusetts pushes diverse, dense zoning.
Planners have created isolated urban enclaves that keep the country’s immigrant population separate.
What the latest Israel-Palestine conflict looks like on the ground.
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Opera is surprisingly popular in Belarus, thanks to the country's socialist regime.
Moscow is reportedly putting diplomatic pressure on French President Francois Hollande to allow an orthodox cathedral near the Seine.
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