Articles tagged investigative journalism

‘13th’ Is a Powerful Entreaty for Americans to Get to Work on Fighting Racism

"We have more African Americans under criminal supervision than all the slaves back in the 1850s."

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‘City of Thorns’ Is a Clear, Painful Look Inside the World’s Largest Refugee Camp

City of Thorns is a stunning and welcome antidote to simplistic treatments of refugee crises and the equally simplistic solutions sometimes offered for them.

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It Still Moves by Amanda Petrusich

Petrusich is not concerned with how many records are sold or what tactics artists use in the studio. Her approach is more intangible, hence more emotionally tactile.

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8 Jul 2008 // 3:36 AM

Amid the dismal reports of cutbacks, layoffs, fear and trembling in the country’s newsrooms, the birth of Pro Publica has been reason for cheer.

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Paul Steiger, outgoing editor of The Wall Street Journal, proposes a foundation-backed method for gathering investigative journalism.

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'Cube Escape' Is Free, Frustrating, and Weirdly Compelling

// Moving Pixels

"The Cube Escape games are awful puzzle games, but they're an addicting descent into madness.

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