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Home insurance rates are rising due to climate change. What could break that cycle?

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China's luxury liquor indicator

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What military brats tell us about social mobility

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The young trolls of Wall Street are growing up

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How flying got so bad (or did it?)

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The game theory that led to nuclear standoffs

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