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Archive: 2017

Shaggy Dog Story

By Eileen Myles, from Afterglow (A Dog Memoir), which was published last month by Grove Press. Myles is a poet and the author of twenty books. Read More

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New Books

Before he invented telegraphic code, Samuel Morse was a portrait painter. In the winter of 1825, he left his family in Connecticut and traveled to Washington, D.C., for a sitting…

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Here Comes Everybody

From a complaint filed in March in a New York district court against Grindr, a dating app. The plaintiff, Matthew Herrick, alleges that vulnerabilities in Grindr’s geolocation feature allowed his…

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Political Wilderness

Lately it seems that politicians have made increasing use of the phrase “home rule.” The rash of rhetoric, which includes President Nixon’s reorganization plan to move government closer to the…

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DeLisle, Mississippi

When I was six, a pit bull tried to rip out my throat. I was walking down my parents’ oystershell driveway when the dog attacked me, probably because another dog,…

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Tobacco Shade

By Dawn Lundy Martin, from Good Stock Strange Blood, which was published in August by Coffee House Press. Martin’s previous book, Life in a Box Is a Pretty Life, won…

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Crime and Punishment

Will the 9/11 case finally go to trial?

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Iowa City, Iowa

Like the country as a whole, Iowa has a Republican chief executive and a Republican-controlled legislature that creates problems where they need not exist, problems that look like the effects…

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Miami

On May 13, 2017, I was standing on the back of a pickup truck and addressing a couple hundred or so protesters gathered in front of the Miami field office…

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Tucson, Arizona

Every weekday at the federal courthouse in Tucson, Arizona, undocumented migrants are gathered in a courtroom and made to face the judge’s pulpit like shackled parishioners. Most of them are…

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Ravalli County, Montana

In the summer of 2016, the Roaring Lion fire destroyed 8,500 acres across western Montana. Fighting the blaze, which required nine helicopters and 735 firefighters and other personnel, cost $11…

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Irman

By Samanta Schweblin, from Mouthful of Birds, a collection of short stories that will be published next year by Riverhead. Schweblin’s first novel to appear in English, Fever Dream, was published last…

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Argyle, Texas

In June 2013, Governor Rick Perry signed into law the Protection of Texas Children Act, which authorized K–12 schools to designate employees who could carry weapons — and use them,…

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Harper’s Index

Percentage of income and wealth taxes in Norway, Sweden, and Denmark that are evaded each year : 3 That are evaded among those nations’ top 0.01 percent of earners :…

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Rensselaer County, New York

The latest issue that has come before our village board is whether to add an animal-control regulation to the village laws. A member of the public has come to one…

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States of Decay

A journey through America’s nuclear heartland

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San Francisco

Since Inauguration Day, across Silicon Valley I’ve been hearing software engineers who earn six figures talk about solidarity, collective action, and the rise of labor against capital. In July, word…

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Omaha, Nebraska

North 24th Street used to be the center of a close-knit African-American community in North Omaha. When Jade Rogers was born, her grandparents, aunts, and uncles all lived nearby. But…

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Berkeley Springs, West Virginia

The Kesecker family has been farming in Morgan County for seventy years. In the spring of 2016, a company called Mountaineer Gas offered them a small sum of money if…

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Ojai Valley, California

Beginning in 2011, a historic drought struck California. It was officially declared over this April, largely because of rainfall in the northern half of the state. Parts of the south,…

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Haleiwa, Hawaii

When people in Hawaii first learned of North Korea’s latest threat — that it might soon launch a preemptive strike that could obliterate our lovely islands with a nuclear bomb…

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Fistfight, Sacramento, August 1950

The fight began in a tavern called the All Star, on the outskirts of Sacramento, when a young man named James Sutter leaned over and said, vaguely, as if to…

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Embarrassment of ‘Wiches

From a correction that was published by the Louisville Courier-Journal in July. Read More

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All Over this Land

Local politics in the age of Trump

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October 2017