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Posted on May 12, 2017

The Tragedy of James Comey | The American Conservative

The True Story of the Comey Letter Debacle | ~ When F.B.I. director James Comey reopened the investigation into Hillary Clinton’s e-mails in the final days of the campaign, many saw it as a political move that cost Clinton the presidency. But some insiders suspect Comey had a more personal concern: his own legacy. | Vanity Fair

How We’re Learning to do Journalism Differently in the Age of Trump | ~ Here are four ideas we’ve used to guide our Trump administration coverage | ProPublica

Israel Tests Wireless Charging Roads for Electric Vehicles ~ New technology could power buses and cars on the go, but will it be cost-effective? | Scientific American

What the Old Globe and Mail Building Looks Like Right Now | Blog TO

Tomatoes Have Legally Been Vegetables Since 1893 | Okay, so it’s technically a fruit. But we don’t eat it like one | Smithsonian

‘America’s Deaf Team’ Tackles Identity Politics | ~ In order to survive, Gallaudet University has to blend a diverse student body from very different backgrounds: deaf culture and hearing culture. Can football players show the school how? | The Atlantic

The Girls’ Soccer Team That Joined a Boys’ League, and Won It | The New York Times

For Many Speedrunners, It’s Not About the World Records | Kotaku

Seeing with Your Tongue ~ Sensory-substitution Devices Help Blind and Deaf People, but That’s Just the Beginning | The New Yorker

How A24 is Disrupting Hollywood ~ The story behind the studio that brought you “Moonlight” and “It Comes At Night”, as told by Barry Jenkins, Sofia Coppola, James Franco, Robert Pattinson, and the founders of A24 themselves. | GQ

The Doomsday Glacier | Rolling Stone

It Came to David Lynch in a Flash | Variety

Bish-bash-bosh: How Phyllida Barlow Conquered the Art World at 73 | The Guardian

The People Behind ‘Handmaid’s Tale’ Know They’re Giving You Nightmares | The Huffington Post

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