The midterm elections could define one of the most pivotal periods in America’s recent history. One week after the country votes, The Atlantic’s top political reporters and editor-in-chief Jeffrey Goldberg take stock of the results and analyze what they mean for the president, policy, and politics leading up to the 2020 presidential campaign.
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The Atlantic, The Aspen Institute and Bloomberg Philanthropies will convene mayors and city practitioners from across the world for conversations on the future of cities.
The “spiritual capital” of the Rust Belt, Pittsburgh has leapt from steel to startups, rising dramatically in lists of top homes for tech companies and high-skilled workers alike.