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A ninth grader’s creation explodes on TikTok, without acknowledgement or credit.
A 14-year-old ninth grader from the Atlanta suburbs created a dance called The Renegade that exploded on communities like TikTok. The only problem is that Harmon saw her creation take on a life of its own without any acknowledgement.
“We are in a sort of remediation industrial complex.”
How Sarah Marshall and Michael Hobbes debunk news scandals of the past.
From a naturalization ceremony to a Slipknot concert, Jacqui Shine travels the United States to understand what it means to be patriotic.
A moving tribute to Margot Kidder, as told through the words of her daughter, Maggie McGuane.
At a time when local newsrooms are shrinking or closing entirely — and Trump is calling the news media “the enemy of the people” — Zach Baron visits the reporters and editors of The Fresno Bee in California’s Central Valley, where Republican Rep. Devin Nunes declared war on the paper.
“Why did we turn an isolated teenage girl into the world’s most famous Holocaust victim?”
Before Info Wars or Pizzagate, a right-wing conspiracy theory led to the murder of a prominent Seattle lawyer.