Finished this week’s copy of the paper and searching in vain for something else to check out? Here’s what we’re reading today.
Tamir Rice and America’s Tragedy | The New Yorker
It’s more accurate to think of the circumstances that led to Rice’s death as a kind of default setting, not a “perfect storm of human error.”
College athletics programs are spending tons and tons of money on decals.
The Sexual-Assault Charge Against Bill Cosby | The Atlantic
Pennsylvania prosecutors have charged the comedian with aggravated indecent assault in connection with a 2004 incident.
Maybe you’ve already seen it three times, but what else are you going to do this weekend?
The little plastic beads in your soap and toothpaste are piling up in our waterways, and (disgustingly) your gums.