“It’s like I’m risking my life for a dollar.” Shirin Ghaffary | Recode | Jun 2020 [Full Story]
Police monitored a hundred million encrypted messages sent through Encrochat, a network used by career criminals to discuss drug deals, murders, and extortion plots. Joseph Cox | Motherboard | Jul 2020 [Full Story]
Why did two wealthy Sri Lankan brothers become suicide bombers? Samanth Subramanian | The New York Times Magazine | Jul 2020 [Full Story]
How a young talent from East London went from open-mic nights to making the most sublimely unsettling show of the year. E. Alex Jung | New York | Jul 2020 [Full Story]
How a July 4th meal exposes the coronavirus risk for thousands of US food workers. Katie J.M. Baker | Buzzfeeed | Jul 2020 [Full Story]
On the pioneering New Yorker cartoonist. Ben Schwartz | Vanity Fair | Apr 2016 [Full Story]
The debate over censorship and Section 230 is thorny, contentious, and, above all, outdated. Anna Wiener | New Yorker | Jul 2020 [Full Story]
Clint Lorance had been in charge of his platoon for only three days when he ordered his men to kill three Afghans stopped on a dirt road. A second-degree murder conviction and pardon followed. Today, Lorance is hailed as a hero by President Trump. His troops have suffered a very different fate. Greg Jaffe | Washington Post | Jun 2020 [Full...
How do you write about Hollywood’s most self-referential screenwriter at a destabilizing moment in history? It takes more than one draft. Jon Mooallem | New York Times Magazine | Jul 2020 [Full Story]
In the past dozen years, state and local judges have repeatedly escaped public accountability for misdeeds that have victimized thousands. Nine of 10 kept their jobs, a Reuters investigation found – including an Alabama judge who unlawfully jailed hundreds of poor people, many of them Black, over traffic fines. Michael Berens | Reuters | Jun 2020...
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