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Anti-tourist graffiti in Barcelona. Photo: Pau Barrena/AFP/GettyImages
There are way more people traveling, but there's only one Paris.
Why it matters: The world's most popular tourist sites are increasingly overrun.
The other side: Tourist cash is very real, and the economic infusions can make a major difference in local economies.
What's next: The solutions from these cities also sound quite a bit alike.
The bottom line: "Managing a tourist destination is something like managing a natural resource," N.Y. Times columnist Farhad Manjoo wrote last year.
A dog catches a frisbee in front of the skyline of lower Manhattan and One World Trade Center
Photo: Jeff Chiu/AP
For the first time, the Clemson Tigers football team are the preseason AP #1, pushing Alabama to a preseason #2 for the first time in 3 years.
Why it matters: Clemson football was usually good and sometimes excellent, but never this, the AP notes.
Go deeper: Full rankings.