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The Economist
America's government wastes a heck of a lot of money
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India’s cut-throat mobile market is a boon to consumers, but an auction is shaking things up
What Thomas #Piketty left out of his best-selling book: the housing market
War in Yemen: Saudia Arabia bombs its southern neighbour to push back the Houthi rebels. Why?
From Espresso: Look into my eyes: Putin faces the spooks
#Piketty: The awkward moment when a 26-year-old grad student says your big idea is wrong
Though it's of little comfort to the families of crash victims, flying has gotten ever safer
Cutting income tax may be politically popular. But does it make economic sense?
Are these the biggest discovery in religious archaeology since the Dead Sea Scrolls?
English cricket is being hampered by a lack of involvement in the Indian Premier League
In 2014 asylum applications to rich countries reached their highest level for over 20 years
Regional trade deals aren’t as good as global ones. But they are still beneficial
The Economist explains: what zoonotic diseases are, and how to stop them
The Economist explains: Who is fighting in Myanmar, and why
Chinese aid to the Pacific region is expanding—as is its immigrant community
Oddly, few Britons have noticed that the state has shrunk. So what's the political lesson?
The number of WhatsApp messages sent every day now exceeds the number of standard texts
From Espresso: Message from Facebook: this could be war
In central and eastern Europe, patients offer bribes and low-paid doctors accept them
More evidence that breast-feeding babies changes their lives for the better