Two really good articles I read today.
One is from the Atlantic on Hillary Clinton's campaign, and the other from the Freakonomics blog on the future of suburbia.
The Atlantic article made me sympathize with Clinton, something I could never see myself doing during the primaries. With the staff she had, she was doomed from the start and it's tragic to read her struggles with the indecision and infighting rampant in the campaign.
The suburbia one was a good follow-up for me after reading the Post-Inversion City - a lot of different viewpoints on demographic shifts, development, and future urban planning. The main conclusion is that the suburbs (where I live and will be living shortly) as we know them now are doomed, but interpretations for their future vary wildly.