Washington

The Real Problem with Gentrification
A phenomenon that revived cities can also make them monotonous
February 15, 2013

Gentrification, which has helped revive so many cities, has a possibly self-defeating side-effect: Leaving monotonous neighborhoods in its wake. 

From the Stacks
The Inauguration of Franklin Delano Roosevelt
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February 08, 2013

In 1933, The New Republic sent literary critic Edmund Wilson to observe the swearing in of FDR. He was not amused. 

They All Look the Same!
A Hill reporter's guide to D.C.'s most indistinguishable politicians
February 07, 2013

A Hill reporter's guide to telling DC's most indistinguishable politicians apart.

Inaugural Ball Hopping: "SimCity" Comes to the Capital, and Hollywood Stays Home
January 22, 2013

Inauguration night, featuring B-list celebrities and one amazing video game.

Inaugural Party-Hopping: Ralph Nader at a Ball Edition
January 21, 2013

Where else could a 9/11 truther rant without interruption?

Inaugural Party Hopping: Californian Politicians Predicting Oscars Edition
January 20, 2013

What to Talk About with California Pols at an Inauguration Party? Oscars, of Course.

Inaugural Party Hopping: Kid, Indian-American, and Millennial Edition
January 20, 2013

Who says the well-connected have all the fun? TNR's Lydia DePillis visits some of Washington's less celebrated inaugural galas.

The Kick-the-Can Cliche Has Been Kicked Around for Decades
January 18, 2013

Can we please stop abusing this poor can already?

There's a War in Cyberspace over Icons vs. Text
January 17, 2013

How would you like to learn about an app's terms of service?

It's Not a Fever! How Obama Can Break the House Republicans
January 16, 2013

House Republicans aren't as crazy as they sometimes act.

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