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Not So Raw Data: Who’s Buying New Cars?

Looking for news you can trust?Subscribe to our free newsletters. This is from a Fed Note published in 2016: The column on the far right is the one to look at. It means that the likelihood of buying a car didn’t change much for different age groups once you control for family and income: In…

Raw Data: Who Lives In Our Biggest Cities?

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Ted Cruz’s Blurb on Trump as One of Time’s Most 100 Influential People Is … Something

Michael Brochstein/Zumapress Looking for news you can trust?Subscribe to our free newsletters. Since Donald Trump and Ted Cruz first faced off in the Republican presidential primaries in 2016, the president has repeatedly and sometimes viciously attacked the Texas senator. He accused Cruz’s father of assisting in the assassination of JFK, cruelly mocked Cruz’s wife, and, as is the president’s habit, gave Cruz…