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The Threat to Birth-Control Access in the Trump Era

Alexis Okeowo wrote for The New Yorker on contemporary access to birth control in the United States.


Why Corrupt Bankers Avoid Jail

Patrick Radden Keefe wrote for the New Yorker on the impunity of white-collar criminals and large financial institutions in the U.S.


What Issa Rae’s “Insecure” Gets Right

Alexis Okeowo wrote for The New Yorker on the new season of HBO's Insecure and its portrayal of black life.


The Larsen C Crack-Up in Antarctica: Why It Matters

Jeff Goodell wrote for Rolling Stone on the Larsen C ice shelf breaking free from Antarctica.


There’s Still No Smoking Gun in the Trump-Russia Story


The Russians at the Center of the Donald Trump, Jr., E-mails

Joshua Yaffa wrote for the New Yorker on the Russians involved in the Donald Trump Jr. emails and meeting at Trump Tower in June 2016.


How Worried Should We Really Be About Security Firm Kaspersky Lab’s Ties to Russia?

Josephine Wolff wrote for the Slate Future Tense blog on the existence -- if any -- of Kaspersky Lab's ties to the Russian government:


Exactly How Stupid of an Idea Is a U.S.-Russia Cybersecurity Unit?

Josephine Wolff wrote for the Slate Future Tense blog on the ill-advised idea of creating a joint U.S.-Russia cybersecurity unit.


The U.S. Media’s Murky Coverage of Putin and Trump

Joshua Yaffa wrote for the New Yorker about what Russian journalists think of how American reporters cover Trump.


Slaying of NYPD Officer Marks Increase in Line-of-Duty Deaths of Police

Janell Ross reported on the 2017 uptick in line-of-duty deaths of police officers after the death of NYPD officer Miosotis Familia


An Inside Look at How Koch Industries Does Business

Chris Leonard wrote an article for the Washington Post about how Koch Industries runs its businesses.


Eastern European Countries Are Getting Very Good at Responding to Cyberattacks

Josephine Wolff wrote for Slate about Estonia's and Ukraine's strong responses to cyberattacks.