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A team of University of California, Berkeley researchers has more bad news about rising prices in the Bay Area: We're not halfway through the gentrification and displacement we're likely to experience.
Today at 12:00pm
The past, present and future of the border wall, as Hungary builds one to cope with immigration from the Middle East and Africa. Presidential candidates propose their own for the U.S.-Mexico border.
Today at 1:00pm
Larry David looks back on his early standup comedy, and the show Seinfeld, and compares his own personality with the character he played on Curb Your Enthusiasm.
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