Articles that I have clipped over the years. Whether because I agreed with them, loved them, hated them, or found them interesting, these are articles I thought were worth tracking. The articles are (or should) be ordered by when I first encountered them, descending.

Inside the Steele Dossier & The Fusion GPS Investigation Of Trump

Fresh Air, Terry Gross, 2019-12-08

Cyclists Say City Isn’t Addressing 311 Complaints About Bike Lanes

Chicago Tonight, Nick Blumberg, 2019-12-03

A ‘Lack Of Hope’ Permeates Chicago’s Cyclist Community After Another Fatal Bike Crash On Stony Island

Block Club Chicago, Maxwell Evans, 2019-11-19

City falls behind in expanding protections for cyclists

Chicago Sun-Times, Matthew Hendrickson, 2019-11-17

The great American tax haven: why the super-rich love South Dakota

The Guardian, Oliver Bullough, 2019-11-14

‘Please Don’t Kill Us’: After Woman Killed In Fading Irving Park Bike Lane, 200 Cyclists Demand More Protection

Block Club Chicago, Bob Chiarito, 2019-11-07

‘A deadly problem’: should we ban SUVs from our cities?

The Guardian, Laura Laker, 2019-10-07

Sustainability expert Michael Mobbs: I’m leaving the city to prep for the apocalypse

The Guardian, Janine Israel, 2019-09-28

Obesity not caused by lack of willpower - psychologists

BBC, 2019-09-24

The homeless death of Aimee Teese: ‘I didn’t think it would come to this at 30’

The Guardian, Simon Hattenstone, Daniel Lavelle, 2019-09-17

‘I am the Chosen One’: with boasts and insults, Trump sets new benchmark for incoherence

The Guardian, Tom McCarthy, 2019-08-21

Anger as grinning Trump gives thumbs-up while Melania holds El Paso orphan

The Guardian, Edward Helmore, 2019-08-09

Americans Shouldn’t Have to Drive, but the Law Insists on It

The Atlantic, Gregory H. Shill, 2019-07-09

Channel 5’s nonsense will make me and other cyclists less safe

The Guardian, Peter Walker, 2019-07-08

Hundreds of cyclists hold ‘die-in’ in New York City to protest deaths

The Guardian, Lauren Aratani, 2019-07-10

Regret can seriously damage your mental health – here’s how to leave it behind

The Guardian, Moya Sarner, 2019-06-27

Trump nepotism attacked after ‘out-of-her-depth’ Ivanka given key summit role

The Guardian, David Smith, 2019-07-01

He Drew His School Mascot — and ICE Labeled Him a Gang Member

ProPublica, Hannah Dreier, 2018-12-27

A Betrayal

ProPublica, Hannah Dreier, 2018-04-02

Trump jokes to Putin they should ‘get rid’ of journalists

The Guardian, Julian Borger, 2019-06-28

France records all-time highest temperature of 45.9C

The Guardian, Jon Henley, Angelique Chrisafis, Sam Jones, 2019-06-28

A cyclist’s guide to biking the city – a cartoon

The Guardian, Dave Walker, 2019-06-28

Dublin disappoints: what happened to city cycling’s great hope?

The Guardian, Laura Laker, 2019-06-25

A secret history of the Riverwalk bike ban

Chicago Reader, John Greenfield, 2019-06-24

Trump says he stopped airstrike on Iran because 150 would have died

The Guardian, Patrick Wintour and Julian Borger, 2019-06-21

Americans’ plastic recycling is dumped in landfills, investigation shows

The Guardian, Erin McCormick, Charlotte Simmonds, Jessica Glenza, and Katharine Gammon, 2019-06-21

Oregon senator walkout: ‘patriot’ groups vow to protect Republicans who fled state

The Guardian, Jason Wilson, 2019-06-21

Bosses pocket Trump tax windfall as workers see job promises vanish

The Guardian, Michael Sainato, 2019-06-16

People eat at least 50,000 plastic particles a year, study finds

The Guardian, Damian Carrington, 2019-06-05

Lies pave the way for anti-abortion laws. To defeat the laws we must fight the lies

The Guardian, Rebecca Solnit, 2019-06-03

StoryCorps Chicago: Eating Disorder Was A Way ‘To Protect Myself’

WEBZ, Bill Healy, 2019-05-31

US energy department rebrands fossil fuels as ‘molecules of freedom’

The Guardian, Luke O’Neil, 2019-05-29

Trump’s China trade war risks damaging US economy, says OECD

The Guardian, Richard Partington, 2019-05-21

EDITORIAL: When a bike rider is killed on Halsted Street

Chicago Sun Times, Sun-Times Editorial Board, 2018-08-20

If you build them, they will come: record year for cycle counters

The Guardian, Laura Laker, 2019-04-26

Cook County Sees Country’s Largest Population Loss

WBEZ, Esther Yoon-Ji Kang, 2019-04-17

Concurrency is not parallelism

The Go Blog, Rob Pike, 2013-01-16

What’s New About Conspiracy Theories?

The New Yorker, Elizabeth Kolbert, 2019-04-15

Notre Dame fire: Paris cathedral devastated by ferocious blaze

The Guardian, Angelique Chrisafis and Jon Henley, 2019-04-15

Something happened the second year of college.

Humans of New York, 2019-04-13

‘Fox News brain’: meet the families torn apart by toxic cable news

The Guardian, Luke O’Neil, 2019-04-12

China’s hi-tech war on its Muslim minority

The Guardian, Darren Byler, 2019-04-11

City Council Approves Lincoln Yards, The 78

The Guardian, Linda Lutton, Becky Vevea, Mark LeBien, 2019-04-11

Breakin’ the Law: What Should We Do About Cyclists Who Don’t Play By the Rules?

Streetsblog Chicago, John Greenfield, 2019-04-11

Julian Assange charged by US with computer hacking conspiracy

The Guardian, Jon Swaine, 2019-04-11

Suspect arrested in connection with fires at black churches in Louisiana

The Guardian, Jamiles Lartey, 2019-04-11

Why did Trump say his dad was German? He lies so much he doesn’t know the truth

The Guardian, Richard Wolffe, 2019-04-04

Donald Trump rails against ‘greatest hoax’ at first rally since Mueller report

The Guardian, Tom Perkins, 2019-03-29

Some Black millennials refuse to be forced out of Chicago, others have no choice

The Tribe, Janaya Greene, 2019-03-29

Garfield phones beach mystery finally solved after 35 years

BBC, 2019-03-28

Alaska: video shows father and son boasting after illegally killing bear and cubs

The Guardian, Erin Durkin, 2019-03-28

EPA Science Panel Considering Guidelines That Upend Basic Air Pollution Science

NPR, Rebecca Hersher, 2019-03-28

Why Pedestrian Deaths Are At A 30-Year High

NPR, Sea Stachura, 2019-03-28

Paula White: the pastor who helps Trump hear ‘what God has to say’

The Guardian, Jessica Glenza, 2019-03-27

House-hunting in Silicon Valley: tech’s newly rich fuel a spectacle of excess

The Guardian, Carol Pogash, 2019-03-27

What Twins Can Tell Us About Who We Are

Hidden Brain, Shankar Vedantam, 2019-03-25

Author Says New Zealand Massacre Points To A Global Resurgence Of ‘Extremism’

Fresh Air, Terry Gross, 2019-03-25

After Boeing Crashes, New Attention On The Potential Flaws Of Software

NPR, Martin Kaste, 2019-03-24

Alarm over leaked US database targeting journalists and immigration activists

The Guardian, Amanda Holpuch and Lauren Aratani, 2019-03-20

White Nationalist Groups Increase Recruiting And Propaganda Across The West

NPR, Nate Hegyi, 2019-03-19

Misophonia: When Life’s Noises Drive You Mad

NPR, April Fulton, 2019-03-18

Rodrigo Duterte calls women at gender-equality event ‘bitches’

The Guardian, Rodrigo Duterte, 2019-03-12

‘I’m so done with driving’: is the robot car revolution finally near?

The Guardian, Dominic Rushe, 2019-03-10

How America’s food giants swallowed the family farms

The Guardian, Chris McGreal, 2019-03-09

In Chicago, reparations aren’t just an idea. They’re the law

The Guardian, Peter C Baker, 2019-03-08

The White House And Its ‘Shadow Cabinet’ Of Fox News TV Hosts

Fresh Air, Terry Gross, 2019-03-07

Is Your Child An Orchid Or A Dandelion? Unlocking The Science Of Sensitive Kids

Fresh Air, Dave Davies, 2019-03-04

Anti-vaxx ‘mobs’: doctors face harassment campaigns on Facebook

The Guardian, Julia Carrie Wong, 2019-02-28

Iceberg twice the size of New York City is set to break away from Antarctica

The Guardian, Oliver Milman, 2019-02-26

Citing parental freedom, Arizona lawmakers move ahead with anti-vaccine bills

ArsTechnica, Beth Mole, 2019-02-25

Things I Don’t Know as of 2018

Overreacted, Dan Abramov, 2018-12-28

‘Moment of reckoning’: US cities burn recyclables after China bans imports

The Guardian, Oliver Milman, 2019-02-21

Roger Stone ordered to appear in court over Instagram post targeting judge

The Guardian, Eric Durkin, 2019-02-19

The Middle Class Is Shrinking Everywhere — In Chicago It’s Almost Gone

WBEZ, Linda Lutton, 2019-02-18

Emma, Carrie, Vivian: How A Family Became A Test Case For Forced Sterilizations

NPR, Hidden Brain, Shankar Vedantam, 2019-02-18

Trump’s Bizarre, Rambling Announcement of a National Emergency

The Atlantic, David A. Graham, 2019-02-15

Wife of White House communications chief goes on anti-vaccine tirade

The Guardian, Sabrina Siddiqui, 2019-02-13

Solitude is necessary to balance things out. But isolation is different.

Humans of New York, 2019-02-12

How Facebook and YouTube help spread anti-vaxxer propaganda

The Guardian, Julia Carrie Wong, 2019-02-01

Trump welcomes a shutdown during Oval Office squabble with Pelosi, Schumer

The Washington Post, Erica Werner and John Wagner, 2018-12-11

Gatwick flights remain suspended as drones reappear over runway

The Guardian, Matthew Weaver, Damien Gayle and Patrick Greenfield, 2018-12-20

Report: Facebook let major tech firms access private messages, friends lists

ArsTechnica, Cyrus Farivar, 2018-12-18

We The People Will Fund The Wall

GoFundMe, 2018-12-16

Bike Lane Uprising - One Year of Data Insights

YouTube, Chi Hack Night, Christina Whitehouse, 2018-10-17

Marriott Data Breach Is Traced to Chinese Hackers as U.S. Readies Crackdown on Beijing

The New York Times, David E. Sanger, Nicole Perlroth, Glenn Thrush and Alan Rappeport, 2018-12-11

Charles Darwin And The Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day

NPR, Robert Krulwich, 2012-10-19

Australia rushes its ‘dangerous’ anti-encryption bill into parliament, despite massive opposition

TechCrunch, Zack Whittaker, 2018-12-05

Waymo One, the groundbreaking self-driving taxi service, explained

Ars Technica, Timothy B Lee, 2018-12-05

Rudy Giuliani, a Trump cybersecurity adviser, doesn’t understand the internet

TechCrunch, Jon Russell, 2018-12-05

Satanic Sculpture Installed At Illinois Statehouse, Just In Time For The Holidays

WBEZ, Laurel Wamsley, 2018-12-04

‘He’s a black man with a gun’: Emantic Bradford’s shooting divides city of civil rights

The Guardian, Khushbu Shah, 2018-11-29

A Trauma Surgeon Who Survived Gun Violence Is Taking On The NRA

NPR, Fresh Air, 2018-11-28

Trump proposes a government-run TV news network to counter CNN

Ars Technica, Jon Brodkin, 2018-11-27

Trump on own administration’s climate report: ‘I don’t believe it’

The Guardian, Emily Holden, 2018-11-26

Nooses found hanging on grounds of Mississippi state capitol

The Guardian, Associated Press, 2018-11-26

Where to avoid if you don’t want to be shot in America

The Guardian, Arwa Mahdawi, 2018-11-20

Delay, Deny and Deflect: How Facebook’s Leaders Fought Through Crisis

The New York Times, Sheera Frenkel, Nicholas Confessore, Cecilia Kang, Matthew Rosenberg and Jack Nicas, 2018-11-14

Did Law Enforcement Overlook The Threat Of Far-Right Extremism?

NPR, Fresh Air, 2018-11-07

Trump calls a question about nationalism ‘racist’ in post-election news conference

PBS, PBS News Hour, 2018-11-07

The Big Hack: How China Used a Tiny Chip to Infiltrate U.S. Companies

Bloomberg, Jordan Robertson and Michael Riley, 2018-10-04

The Cruelty Is the Point

The Atlantic, Adam Serwer, 2018-10-03

Trump urges world to reject globalism in UN speech that draws mocking laughter

The Guardian, Julian Borger, 2018-09-26

Salisbury poisoning suspect identified as Russian colonel

The Guardian, Andrew Roth and Vikram Dadd, 2018-09-26

Fascist fight clubs: how white nationalists use MMA as a recruiting tool

The Guardian, Karim Zidan, 2018-09-11

Ghazipur landfill: Despair over Delhi’s deadly rubbish dump

Al Jazeera, Bilal Kuchay, 2018-09-10

The day maggots fell from the ceiling: why I quit teaching

The Guardian, Kaitlin Menza, 2018-09-06

UK: Russians charged with Skripal nerve-agent poisoning

Al Jazeera, 2018-09-05

Anti-migrant feeling fuels Swedish far right as election looms

The Guardian, Jon Henley, 2018-09-02

Fear in Chemnitz: ‘I’m used to neo-Nazis, but not my neighbour mixing with them in broad daylight’

The Guardian, Kate Connolly, 2018-08-31

FBI arrests man who threatened to kill Boston Globe staff for criticizing Trump

The Guardian, Jon Swaine, 2018-08-30

Trump’s terrible week: stunning news and whispers of impeachment

The Guardian, David Smith, 2018-08-25

South Africa condemns Trump’s ‘polarising’ white farmers tweet

The Guardian, Jason Burke, 2018-08-24

US bosses now earn 312 times the average worker’s wage, figures show

The Guardian, Dominic Rushe, 2018-08-16

‘It can’t get much hotter … can it?’ How heat became a national US problem

The Guardian, Oliver Milman, 2018-08-14

Toxic ‘red tide’ algae bloom is killing Florida wildlife and menacing tourism

The Guardian, Mallory Pickett, 2018-08-14 Halfway to boiling: the city at 50C

The Guardian, Jonathan Watts, Elle Hunt, 2018-08-13

‘Enemy of the people’: Trump’s phrase and its echoes of totalitarianism

The Guardian, Emma Graham-Harrison, 2018-08-03

Portland fears planned rightwing rally could be ‘another Charlottesville’

The Guardian, Jason Wilson, 2018-08-03

QAnon is terrifying. This is why.

The Washington Post, Molly Roberts, 2018-08-02

In The Wake Of Charlottesville, Journalist Begins ‘Documenting Hate’ In America

Fresh Air, NPR, David Davies, 2018-08-02

Texas school district where 10 died in shooting accepts donations of guns

The Guardian, Tom Dart, 2018-08-01

Facebook’s latest meddling disclosure: “We expected the organization to evolve”

Ars Technica, Sam Machkovech, 2018-07-31

Donald Trump denies knowing of Russia meeting and attacks Michael Cohen

The Guardian, Martin Pengelly, David Smith, 2018-07-27

How they did it (and will likely try again): GRU hackers vs. US elections

Ars Technica, Sean Gallagher, 2018-07-27

British man unwittingly gave Russian nerve agent to his girlfriend as a gift

Ars Technica, Beth Mole, 2018-07-26

After series of attacks, why is the far right ‘granted impunity’?

Al Jazeera, Mansur Mirovalev, 2018-07-26

Amazon’s Rekognition messes up, matches 28 lawmakers to mugshots

Ars Technica, Cyrus Farivar, 2018-07-26

Jeff Sessions repeats Clinton-targeting ‘lock her up’ chant at high school event

The Guardian, David Smith, 2018-07-24

How tech’s richest plan to save themselves after the apocalypse

The Guardian, Douglas Rushkoff, 2018-07-24

Exploited, hated, killed: The lives of African fruit pickers

Al Jazeera, Elisa Oddone, 2018-07-22

Reporter Shows The Links Between The Men Behind Brexit And The Trump Campaign

Fresh Air, Terry Gross, 2018-07-19

How Trump destabilised Montenegro with a few words

The Guardian, Helena Smith, 2018-07-19

Mark Zuckerberg’s remarks on Holocaust denial ‘irresponsible’

The Guardian, Alex Hern, 2018-07-19

EU leads criticism after Israel passes Jewish ‘nation state’ law

The Guardian, Peter Beaumont, 2018-07-19

Novichok poisoning: police identify Skripal suspects – report

The Guardian, Steven Morris, 2018-07-19

White House urged to give full account of Trump’s private talks with Putin

The Guardian, Edward Helmore, 2018-07-19

Accused spy Maria Butina met with Russia’s former US ambassador

The Guardian, Jon Swaine, 2018-07-19

Why is InfoWars allowed on Facebook? Zuckerberg: Because it doesn’t cause “harm”

ArsTechnica, Cyrus Farivar, 2018-07-18

Sinking land, poisoned water: the dark side of California’s mega farms

The Guardian, Alissa Greenberg, 2018-07-18

Trump back-pedals on Russian meddling remarks after outcry

The Guardian, Sabrina Siddiqui, 2018-07-18

Cops slammed for ticketing black cyclists: ‘It’s about the police harassing people’

Chicago Reader, John Greenfield, 2018-07-17

Trump keeps saying his father was born in Germany – he wasn’t

The Guardian, Oscar Rickett, 2018-07-17

‘No collusion’: Trump and Putin deny election meddling in TV interviews

The Guardian, Sabrina Siddiqui, 2018-07-16

Timeline: The odd overlap of Maria Butina, the gun-rights movement and the 2016 election

The Washington Post, Philip Bump, 2018-07-16

Trump shows he trusts an ex-KGB agent more than US intelligence

The Guardian, Patrick Wintour, 2018-07-16

Trump ‘treasonous’ after siding with Putin on election meddling

The Guardian, David Smith, 2018-07-16

Facebook would make a martyr by banning Infowars

TechCrunch, Josh Constine, 2018-07-13

Trump takes war on ‘fake news’ to UK – and tells towering, easily debunked lies

The Guardian, Tom McCarthy, 2018-07-13

‘Bad things happen in the woods’: the anxiety of hiking while black

The Guardian, Candice Pires, 2018-07-13

‘Nothing to worry about. The water is fine’: how Flint poisoned its people

The Guardian, Anna Clark, 2018-07-03

Is Facebook a publisher? In public it says no, but in court it says yes

The Guardian, Sam Levin, 2018-07-02

As mob lynchings fueled by WhatsApp messages sweep India, authorities struggle to combat fake news

The Washington Post, Annie Gowen, 2018-07-02

Meet America’s new climate normal: towns that flood when it isn’t raining

The Guardian, Elizabeth Rush, 2018-06-28

Hungary criminalises aiding migrants with ‘Stop Soros’ bill

Al Jazeera, Philip Heijmans, 2018-06-20

Far-right Italy minister vows ‘action’ to expel thousands of Roma

The Guardian, Stephanie Kirchgaessner, 2018-06-19

Why are families being separated at the US border?

The Guardian, Amanda Holpuch, Lauren Gambino, 2018-06-18

Children cry and plead for their parents at the border in audio released by ProPublica

PBS NewsHour, Ginger Thompson, 2018-06-18

In America, Naturalized Citizens No Longer Have an Assumption of Permanence

The New Yorker, Masha Gessen, 2018-06-18

Trump is creating his American caliphate, and democracy has no defence

The Guardian, Nesrine Malik, 2018-06-18

The Rise of the Amnesty Thugs

The New York Times, David Brooks, 2018-06-18

Sanders uses Bible to defend Trump’s separation of children from families at border

The Guardian, Ben Jacobs, 2018-06-15

The far right is organised and growing. Those Nazi salutes are serious

The Guardian, Claude Moraes, 2018-06-14

Donald Trump shrugs off Kim’s human rights record: ‘He’s a tough guy’

The Guardian, Ed Pilkington, 2018-06-14

How Trump’s family separation policy became what it is today

PBS NewsHour, Joshua Barajas, 2018-06-14

Child abuse is now part of America’s official immigration policy

The Guardian, Michael Paarlberg, 2018-06-14

Honduran border crosser separated from family kills himself in Texas jail

The Guardian, Associated Press in Rio Grande City, Texas, 2018-06-10

‘Mothers could not stop crying’: Lawmaker blasts Trump policy after visiting detained immigrants

The Washington Post, Amy B Wang, 2018-06-10

‘My touch, my feel’: Trump shows his contempt for G7 allies

The Guardian, Julian Borger, Anne Perkins, 2018-06-09

Flooding from high tides has doubled in the US in just 30 years

The Guardian, Oliver Milman, 2018-06-06

Undocumented worker arrested by Ice after delivering pizza to military base

The Guardian, Oliver Laughland, 2018-06-06

US government to use facial recognition technology at Mexico border crossing

The Guardian, Sam Levin, 2018-06-05

Free Speech vs. Hate Speech

NPR, It’s Been A Minute With Sam Sanders, 2018-06-05

‘Claudia was a good girl. Why did they kill her?’ From a Guatemalan village to death in Texas

The Guardian, Nina Lakhani and Tom Dart, 2018-06-02

Italy vows to ‘send home’ undocumented immigrants

The Guardian, Stephanie Kirchgaessner, Lorenzo Tondo, Jennifer Rankin, 2018-06-01

The Cult of the Complex

A List Apart, Jeffrey Zeldman, 2018-05-31

Bavarians wary of new law requiring crosses in all public buildings

The Guardian, Kate Connolly, 2018-05-31

UTC is enough for everyone…right?

Zach Holman, 2018-05-28

Q&A: What we know and don’t know about the downing of MH17

The Guardian, Luke Harding, 2018-05-24

Sweden distributes ‘be prepared for war’ leaflet to all 4.8m homes

The Guardian, Jon Henley, 2018-05-21

Website leaked real-time location of most US cell phones to almost anyone

Ars Technica, Dan Goodin, 2018-05-17

‘Reluctant Psychonaut’ Michael Pollan Embraces The ‘New Science’ Of Psychedelics

Fresh Air, Terry Gross, 2018-05-15

Poland’s Holocaust law triggers tide of abuse against Auschwitz museum

The Guardian, Christian Davies, 2018-05-07

Another week of lies and still Trump, the huckster, keeps his tawdry show going

The Guardian, Sarah Churchwell, 2018-05-06

‘Call it chaos’: Trump adrift after week of White House anarchy

The Guardian, David Smith, 2018-03-03

Happiness Is In Non-Attachment

Medium, Kris Gage, 2018-02-27

My six years covering neo-Nazis: ‘They’re all vying for the affections of Russia’

The Guardian, Lois Beckett, 2018-02-17

Golf, three TVs and Big Macs in bed: my week in the life of Donald Trump

The Guardian, Adam Gabbatt, 2018-01-16

Why You’re Not Over Your Ex

Medium, Kris Gage, 2018-01-16

‘There’s no other word but racist’: Trump’s global rebuke for ‘shithole’ remark

The Guardian, Patrick Wintour, Jason Burke, Anna Livsey, 2018-01-13

Racism and Donald Trump: a common thread throughout his career and life

The Guardian, Jamiles Lartey, 2018-01-12

Trump is now dangerous – that makes his mental health a matter of public interest

The Guardian, Bandy Lee, 2018-01-06

‘Trumpism’ is ingrained in white America. When he goes, it will remain

The Guardian, Cas Mudde, 2017-12-28

The top US tech stories of 2017: the utopian dream comes to an end

The Guardian, Merope Mills, 2017-12-25

Harold

This American Life, 1997-11-21

Here’s How “Work” Should Look in Love

Medium, Kris Gage, 2017-11-27

How I Hacked 40 Websites in 7 minutes

Hacker Noon, Georgios Konstantopoulos, 2017-11-23

‘White Europe’: 60,000 nationalists march on Poland’s independence day

The Guardian, Matthew Taylor, 2017-11-12

Something is wrong on the internet

Medium, James Bridle, 2017-11-06

We fired our top talent. Best decision we ever made.

Medium, Jonathan Solórzano-Hamilton, 2017-10-12

Charlottesville: Race and Terror

VICE News, 2017-08-21

Charlottesville: Trump reverts to blaming both sides including ‘violent alt-left’

The Guardian, Ben Jacobs, Oliver Laughland, 2017-08-16

Meet the 19th-century Political Party Founded on Ethnic Hate

National Geographic, Amy Briggs, 2017-08-16

The Guardian view on Donald Trump and racism: a moral failure that shames America

The Guardian, Editorial, 2017-08-13

Donald ‘I don’t take vacations’ Trump takes vacation

The Guardian, Associated Press in Washington, 2017-08-03

‘This deal will make me look terrible’: Full transcripts of Trump’s calls with Mexico and Australia

The Washington Post, Greg Miller, Julie Vitkovskaya and Reuben Fischer-Baum, 2017-08-03

Gopherfest 2017: Event Sourcing – Architectures and Patterns (Matt Ho)

YouTube, Matt Ho, 2017-06-22

When picky eating becomes an affliction

A.V. Club, Sarah Feldberg, 2017-02-10

Canadian Muslim grilled about her faith and view on Trump at US border stop

The Guardian, Amanda Holpuch, Ashifa Kassam, 2017-02-10

Trump’s travel ban: stories of those who were detained this weekend

The Guardian, Joanna Walters, 2017-01-31

The Revolution Starts At Noon: Meme Come True

This American Life, Zoe Chace, 2017-01-20

Donald Trump abandons press pool again as he plays golf at Florida club

The Guardian, Associated Press in West Palm Beach, Florida, 2016-12-31

Exodus

PBS FRONTLINE, 2016-12-27

‘Let it be an arms race’: Donald Trump appears to double down on nuclear expansion

The Guardian, Ed Pilkington, Martin Pengelly, 2016-12-24

The Year in Pictures 2016

The Year in Pictures 2016

The Great A.I. Awakening

The New York Times, Gideon Lewis-Kraus, 2016-12-14

Assimilation threatens the existence of other cultures

The Guardian, Giles Fraser, 2016-12-08

Blame the identity apostles – they led us down this path to populism

The Guardian, Simon Jenkins, 2016-12-01

This is the most dangerous time for our planet

The Guardian, Stephen Hawking, 2016-12-01

How to talk to strangers

The Guardian, Oliver Burkeman, 2016-11-25

Did racism Trump economic anxiety in US election?

Al Jazeera, Mehdi Hasan, 2016-11-25

Every Story is the Same

YouTube, Will Schoder, 2016-11-23

Trump to scrap Nasa climate research in crackdown on ‘politicized science’

The Guardian, Oliver Milman, 2016-11-22

Disaffected rust belt voters embraced Trump. They had no other hope

The Guardian, Richard C Longworth, 2016-11-21

Jon Stewart on President-elect Trump, hypocrisy in America

CBS This Morning, Jon Stewart, 2016-11-17

In the age of Trump, why bother teaching students to argue logically?

The Guardian, David Tollerton, 2016-11-15

Poor, southern, white and against Donald Trump

Al Jazeera, Ali Younes, 2016-11-08

A-Z of Trump: 26 illustrators imagine a ‘ghastly’ future – in pictures

The Guardian, Mike Selinker, 2016-11-02

Every Company Should Offer Mental Health Days

Medium.com, Joel Leon, 2016-11-02

Applying the Linus Torvalds “Good Taste” Coding Requirement

Medium.com, Brian Barto, 2016-10-25

Industrial scars: The environmental cost of consumption – in pictures

The Guardian, J Henry Fair, 2016-10-24

Neoliberalism is creating loneliness. That’s what’s wrenching society apart

The Guardian, George Monbiot, 2016-10-12

How it feels to learn JavaScript in 2016

Hackernoon, Jose Aguinaga, 2016-10-03

‘Finally. Someone who thinks like me.’

The Washington Post, Stephanie McCrummen, 2016-10-01

Waste not want not: Sweden to give tax breaks for repairs

The Guardian, Richard Orange, 2016-09-19

Trump allies scramble to defend false ‘birther’ claim as candidate shifts views

The Guardian, Alan Yuhas, 2016-09-18

Woman shoots drone: “It hovered for a second and I blasted it to smithereens.”

Ars Technica, Cyrus Farivar, 2016-08-29

New Illinois Bike Law Gives Bicyclists Same Rights as Drivers

DNAInfo, Alisa Hauser, 2016-10-26

Blame the Internet of Things for today’s web blackout

Engadget, Jessica Conditt, 2016-10-21

Bands of brothers: could Brexit bring the Troubles back to Northern Ireland? - video

The Guardian, Phoebe Greenwood, 2016-10-20

Explicit audio emerges of Trump sexually objectifying women

PBS NewsHour, Jonathan Lemire, 2016-10-07

Report: Feeling Bad Right Now Most Reliable Predictor Of Feeling Bad Forever

The Onion, 2016-09-20

Data Mining for Dates

The Moth, Chris McKinlay, 2016-09-06

Exploits patched by Apple today hint at years of surreptitious government hacks

TechCrunch, Devin Coldewey, 2016-08-25

Got a picky eater? Toddlers form food preferences based on social cues

Ars Technica, Beth Mole, 2016-08-09

23 things Donald Trump has said that would have doomed another candidate

The Washington Post, Philip Bump, 2016-06-17

I Used an Assault Rifle in the Army. I Don’t Think Civilians Should Own Them.

The New York Times Magazine, Nate Bethea, 2016-06-16

The questions I never asked my friend before his death

The Washington Post, Richard Cohen, 2016-04-11

If Trump were president: Boston Globe’s fake front page dares to imagine

The Guardian, Staff and agencies, 2016-04-10

Everything is possible but nothing is free

Signal v. Noise, DHH, 2016-04-04

Trump campaign dogged by violent incidents at rallies

The Guardian, Ben Jacobs, 2016-03-11

Donald Trump’s campaign violence is condoned all the way to the top

The Guardian, Lucia Graves, 2016-03-11

What Google Learned From Its Quest to Build the Perfect Team

The New York Times Magazine, Charles Duhigg, 2016-02-25

Is Migration a Basic Human Right?

Freakonomics, Stephen Dubner, 2015-12-17

The secret ingredient that makes some teams better than others

TED, Margaret Heffernan, 2015-05-05

Putin confirms Crimea annexation as Ukraine soldier becomes first casualty

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