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Souad Mekhennet’s “I Was Told to Come Alone: My Journey Behind the Lines of Jihad”

Alexis Okeowo writes for the New Yorker about journalist Souad Mehennet's new book and her journey to the centers of jihadi networks.


Trump vs. Planet Earth


'America's Deaf Team' Tackles Identity Politics

Matthew Davis wrote a feature piece for the Atlantic about Gallaudet University's deaf football team.


The Doomsday Glacier

Jeff Goodell wrote a long-form piece for Rolling Stone about the instability of the Thwaites Glacier in West Antarctica.


The FBI Relied on a Private Firm’s Investigation of the DNC Hack—Which Makes the Agency Harder to Trust

Josephine Wolff wrote for Slate about the FBI relying on a private firm, CrowdStrike, in probing the DNC.


A Principal Is Accused of Being a Communist, Rattling a Brooklyn School


The Enduring American Military Mission in Africa

Alexis Okeowo wrote a profile for The New Yorker on U.S. Army Brigadier General Donal Bolduc and the American military presence in Africa


Plastic bottles are a recycling disaster. Coca-Cola should have known better

Bart Elmore wrote for The Guardian about Coca-Cola's plastic bottles and the company's massive ecological footprint.


Trump Should Seek to Be the First to Broker Peace Between Israel and Palestine

Zaha Hassan co-wrote an op-ed for The Hill on why Trump should work towards brokering a peace agreement between Israel and Palestine.


Why the Climate March Matters in the Era of Trump

Jeff Goodell wrote for Rolling Stone on the importance of the March for Science to raise the profile of the climate movement.


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Millennials Must Resist Trump's 'Trickle-Down' Tax Reform

Reid Cramer wrote for The Hill about the Trump's tax plan, which he believes will increase inequality and hand the bill to millennials.


 The Knight’s Move

Gideon Lewis-Kraus wrote for The Nation about the new journal created in the spirit of Trumpism.