Somehow these magazines keep happening

I want to talk about Latterly the business and some recent thoughts I’ve had about it. But first, look at this beautiful thing! It’s...

We left Medium. Here’s why.

A little over a year ago, we decided to try publishing Latterly exclusively on Medium.com, a popular blogging platform. At the time, Medium was...

Progress Report for June 30, 2016

A coffee-break update for humanitarians, journalists and others striving for a perfect world

Progress Report for July 4, 2016

A coffee-break update for humanitarians, journalists and others striving for a perfect world

Trump’s first month

I’m giving the floor this newsletter to Justin Salhani. He’s a world reporter covering human rights for ThinkProgress and a contributing editor of Latterly....

Barbara Lee is the bravest woman in Congress

It was Sept. 14, 2001, and the United States was already at war, having been surprise attacked in the heart of the financial capital...

The global crossroads

My good friend, a local reporter, got laid off today. It’s so hard to have a stable life/career in this line of work. But...

And Bush is just a portrait artist

Condoleezza Rice had been keeping a lower profile as a business professor at Stanford. That's where she worked, as provost, before George W. Bush...

Progress Report for July 1, 2016

A coffee-break update for humanitarians, journalists and others striving for a perfect world

‘This whole land is ours. All of it.’

That’s Ofir Akunis, a far-right Israeli minister, insisting that 3,921 Israeli homes built illegally on private Palestinian land are actually legal. “The argument tonight...