“Laura Boren Thomas, Andre’s late wife, was white. The children he killed were mixed race. These facts were particularly important when it came to jury selection. Under questioning by the […]
A lot of people lately talk about the effect social media and technology have on our lives, and for good reason. There are general worries—we can’t talk to people in […]
“The children of north-west Pakistan, it seems, are not like our children. They have no names, no pictures, no memorials of candles and flowers and teddy bears. They belong to the other: to […]
I think it makes sense that tragedies that happen in America strike a different chord than those that occur internationally. But, at the very least, the grief Americans have been […]
For more incredible pictures (and some commentary): http://www.theatlantic.com/infocus/2012/11/rebel-attacks-in-eastern-congo/100413/ I’ve always been a fan of photojournalism. I love the news, but even though I’m pretty literate, I find it exhausting. I […]
I’m interested in anything so long as it deals with what it means to be a human. I’m especially interested in the force that drives us to challenge what’s mainstream. […]
The more I think about the Singer Solution, the more I’m convinced I don’t want the indulgences I used to think were okay. But where’s the line?