Making Sense of the Racist Mass Shooting in Buffalo
An expert on the white-power movement and the “great replacement” theory puts the act of terror in context.
The New Yorker
The Hidden Histories of To-Go Container Art
Who drew that winking chef on your pizza box?
Excerpts, reviews, and interviews with authors of recent Pulitzer Prize winners in History, Nonfiction, and Biography.
On Roe, Alito Cites a Judge Who Treated Women as Witches and Property
Sir Matthew Hale, a 17th-century jurist, has been endlessly quoted by American judges and lawyers, with awful repercussions for women.
W.E.B. Du Bois’s Abolition Democracy
The enduring legacy and capacious vision of Black Reconstruction.
'The New York Times' Can't Shake the Cloud Over a 90-Year-Old Pulitzer Prize
In 1932, Walter Duranty won a Pulitzer for stories defending Soviet policies that led to the deaths of millions of Ukrainians.
Lessons From World War II Can Help us Navigate the Baby Formula Shortage
Children from poor families or with special formula needs are most at risk.
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