Sunday Reads: Aug. 27
Here’s this week’s reading list. Hope everyone had a lovely weekend!
The New York Times: U.S. consumers are showing signs of stress, retailers say
The Washington Post: State lawmakers move to ban Chinese land ownership near military bases
Chicago Tribune: Illinois seeks to eliminate food deserts with grant program
The Economist: Prigozhin’s death shows that Russia is a mafia state
The Washington Post: American democracy is cracking. These forces help explain why.
The Atlantic: David Brooks: The new old age
The Washington Post: This french fry boomtown is a climate change winner. But for how long?
Hakai Magazine: Why Alaska gave an uninhabited island to a bunch of cows
The Atlantic: What we lose when we lose DVDs
The Washington Post: 5,000 pilots suspected of hiding major health issues. Most are still flying.
The Washington Post: Opinion: My university might cut humanities. I’m frustrated, angry — and afraid.