Progress Report for June 28, 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....

Progress Report for July 6, 2016

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

Which politician will exploit Manchester first?

Almost nothing is known about the attacker yet , but conservative Prime Minister Theresa May has already called it an “appalling terrorist attack.”

Progress Report for July 1, 2016

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

Progress Report for July 12, 2016

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

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...

‘Now that we’re on the ground eating shit, they want a...

It’s election day in Venezuela, and, in effect, one man is on the ballot.

The soil was littered with diamonds

Malvern Mudiwa is a business owner in eastern Zimbabwe. Nothing spectacular. But in a country where unemployment is said to be 95 percent, owning...

Progress Report for July 7, 2016

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