“Before 2020, there had been three federal executions in 60 years. Then Trump put 13 people to death in six months.”
The Untold Story of the Insular Texas Family That Invaded the U.S. Capitol
“The Munns became a national curiosity after five of them were indicted for participating in the insurrection. But the full scope of their malignant behavior is little known—including to the federal prosecutors tasked with investigating their crimes.”
When Refugee Families are Separated, Women Carry the Burden
The story of a Somali family uprooted by war and separated by America’s broken refugee resettlement system — and the siblings who brought them back together.
Dear Mom & Dad: We Need to Talk about QAnon
Children Of QAnon believers are desperately trying to deradicalize their parents.
A Heart Is Not a Nation
Jeff Sharlet explores hate and Trumpism in America.
The Eighth Wonder of the World*
“In exchange for billions in tax subsidies, Foxconn was supposed to build an enormous LCD factory in the tiny village of Mount Pleasant, creating 13,000 jobs.” The Verge investigates the empty promises (and empty buildings) of “Wisconn Valley.”
My Brown Dad Voted for Trump
Anjoli Roy struggles to understand the conservative father she dearly loves.
1000 Days of Trump
Where do we start? How long do you have?
Shithole Country Clubs
Nina Sharma wrestles with her father’s support of Donald Trump, his membership at Trump National Golf Club Bedminster near her family’s home in New Jersey, and his suggestion that she hold her Afro-Indian wedding there.
The American Way
A Chinese painter explores the US-Mexico border and discovers the reality of the border crisis.