THE NEW YORK TIMES: " 'Medicare for All' Isn't Sounding So Crazy Anymore"
Single payer has gone mainstream, but it's still more of a slogan than a plan. (July 2017)
Is it possible to be an ethical avenger? (April 2017)
NEW YORK MAGAZINE: “Drama at an Elite High School"
How a wealthy town tried to bury allegations of sexual abuse. (Sept 2016)
FOREIGN POLICY: "The Thrill of the Hunt"
China's obsession with wild American ginseng has fueled a digging frenzy in the hills of Appalachia. (March 2016)
THE NEW REPUBLIC: "The Shame Game"
The internet has given us a new public square. Now law enforcement is trying to harness its power. (March 2016)
THE NEW YORK TIMES: "Can the Sanders Movement Go Local?"
How Bernie supporters could actually start a political revolution (March 2016)
THE NEW REPUBLIC: "The New Normal"
What gay marriage means for the future of parenthood (June 2015)
THE NEW REPUBLIC: "The Obama Gap"
Why the rise of minority voters won't save the Democratic Party (June 2015)
First they get their mugshots. Then they sign up for health insurance. (March 2015)
MSNBC: "The American Dream, undocumented"
How banks are enabling immigrants without legal status to become homeowners (August 2014)
In states that have refused to expand Medicaid, mental health services are on the chopping block. (March 2014)
Years after the financial crisis, homeowners are still reeling—& the government's prolonging the pain. (March 2014)
How Washington gridlock is squeezing an Appalachian coal town (Nov. 2013)
THE WASHINGTON POST: "Occupy the regulatory system!"
How Occupy Wall Street is leaping into the Byzantine world of government bureaucracy. (April 2012)