I’ve got some interesting reading here today, particularly the bit about Reddit and what that might mean about moderating Internet content.
Our five stories today include a thing about the mental health effects of major disasters, two stories on Donald Trump being a lying liar, happy news about the Hellboy reboot, and a bit on why the Republicans are having such a tough time governing.
I was going to round up a bunch of 9/11 retrospectives for today, but then I remembered that 9/11 basically ruined us as a nation and we’ve never bounced back from it, got disgusted with the whole affair, and just found these, instead. Enjoy.
Today we’re talking about religion and politics in elections, the connections between obesity and poverty, Equifax’s breach, Fox News’ influence on elections and Russian bots on social media.
Today we’ve got two articles about DACA – one about passing a replacement through Congress and one from a Dreamer – plus news on Donald Trump Jr. (he’s still a lying dummy) and Paul Manafort (who’s probably getting deeper in trouble every day), and an amazing essay by Ta-Nehisi Coates that you definitely need to read.