"Puerto Rico in the Dark." Photos by: Joseph Rodríguez for EHRP/The New York Times
Co-published with ELLE. How can one address hold so much history—and so much tragedy?
Co-published with The New York Review of Books. Lauren Greenfield’s work provides a shocking, rigorous, and needed visual language for society’s worst excesses.
Co-published with The New York Review of Books. How one mother became a writer while feeding herself and two young children on food stamps.
Co-published with CityLab. A new photo series depicts and questions how ubiquitous telecom infrastructure is in our lives.
Co-published with VICE. People across America are pitched what seems like a win-win: make your house more climate-friendly for little or no money down. Advocates say it's a nightmare.
Co-published with The Intercept. In Texas, state troopers have become frontline enforcers of federal immigration laws.
Co-published with The Guardian. Inequality predicts homicide rates ‘better than any other variable’, says an expert – and it is linked to a highly developed concern for one’s own status.
Co-published with The Guardian. The suicide rate for farmers is more than double that of veterans. Former farmer Debbie Weingarten gives an insider’s perspective on farm life – and how to help
Co-published with Lenny. The story of one young person's journey through gender, depression, shelters, and all the rest.
Co-published with Alternet. Tax reform for the 99% will truly make America great.
Co-published with WNYC Studios. Kate Hawes has been making custom solid wood furniture in Brooklyn for 20 years until her landlord decided to raise the rent by 25 percent in one year.
On The Ground
Co-published with The Guardian. In a tiny south-eastern Ohio town in the Appalachian foothills, the Hazel Ginsburg Well is holding waste from out-of-state fracking operations – a sludge of toxic chemicals and undrinkable water.
Co-published with The Guardian. Local journalism is doing great work across the country while fighting cutbacks and tight budgets. But we need people to stop expecting news to be free.
Co-published with The Guardian. Poverty, police abuse, record prison rates and education cuts that mean a four-day school week. Why are public services failing Oklahomans?
Co-published with the Guardian. Elliott D. Woods spent time in Phillips County in northern Montana, where public land is a source of life to which ranchers are intimately connected. If the plan to transfer lands to the states succeeds, it will mean a radical restructuring of the economy and the culture of the West.