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Journal 72 // Sunday 20th August

Inside Kim Jong-un's Bloody Scramble to Kill Off His Family // Esquire // Politics // Read Now

Down the Breitbart Hole // The New York Times // Politics // Read Now

Steve Bannon, Unrepentant // The American Prospect // Politics // Read Now

An education in terror // BBC // Society // Read Now

The Last Death-Defying Honey Hunter of Nepal // National Geographic // Life // Read Now

Journal 71 // Sunday 13th August

How Peter Thiel's Secretive Data Company Pushed Into Policing // Wired // Business // Read Now

I'm a woman in computer science. Let me ladysplain the Google memo to you. // Vox // Society // Read Now

Is Amazon getting too big? // The Washington Post // Business // Read Now

Amazon's Antitrust Paradox // The Yale Law Journal // Business // Read Now

The Drug Runners // Texas Monthly // Crime // Read Now

Why We're Post-Fact // Granta // Society // Read Now

Journal 70 // Sunday 6th August

How Aristotle Created the Computer // The Atlantic // Technology // Read Now

The Living and the Dead // New York Times // Life // Read Now

Where global warming gets real: inside Nasa's mission to the north pole // The Guardian // Science // Read Now

You Are the Product // London Review of Books // Technology // Read Now

To Catch a Counterfeiter // California Sunday // Business // Read Now

Journal 69 // Sunday 30th July

The Hijacking of the Brillante Virtuoso // Bloomberg Businessweek // Crime // Read Now

Anthony Scaramucci Called Me to Unload About White House Leakers, Reince Priebus, and Steve Bannon // The New Yorker // Politics // Read Now

Angela Merkel: The Chancellor Next Door // Vogue // Politics // Read Now

Cricket historian, writer, surgeon, spy: the mad world of Major Rowland Bowen // The Guardian // Life // Read Now

The Lord and The Patriot // Deadspin // Society // Read Now

Journal 68 // Sunday 23rd July

Ur-Fascism // New York Review of Books // Politics // Read Now

The Uninhabitable Earth // New York Magazine // Science // Read Now

Analysis of "The Uninhabitable Earth" // Climate Feedback // Science // Read Now

Tales from the new Silk Road // BBC // Society // Read Now

Through the Outback // New York Times // Society // Little White Lies // Entertainment // Read Now

Get Boris! // The Spectator // Politics // Read Now

Journal 67 // Sunday 16th July

"Surrender. Or Flee!" // Die Zeit // Politics // Read Now

Attack, Attack, Attack // New York Magazine // Politics // Read Now

A Kingdom for a Horse // Virginia Quarterly Review // Society // Read Now

Once a Model City, Hong Kong Is in Trouble // New York Times // Politics // Read Now

Christopher Nolan: "I've not fought in a war, it's my worst nightmare to do so" // Little White Lies // Entertainment // Read Now

Journal 66 // Sunday 9th July

Postpartum psychosis: "I'm afraid of how you'll judge me, as a mother and as a person" // Mosaic // Science // Read Now

"In some possible branches of the future leaving will be an error" // Jack of Kent // Politics // Read Now

This Lawsuit Goes to 11 // Bloomberg // Entertainment // Read Now

The complete history of the IBM PC, part one: The deal of the century // Ars Technica // Technology // Read Now

Will I Get A Ticket? // Vestoj // Fashion // Read Now

Journal 65 // Sunday 2nd July

Somerdale to Skarbimierz // The London Review of Books // Society // Read Now

How the Tory election machine fell apart // The Guardian // Politics // Read Now

The Devil's Henchmen // The Atavist // Politics // Read Now

My Aryan princess // The Dallas Morning News // Crime // Read Now

How An Entire Nation Became Russia's Test Lab for Cyberwar // Wired // Technology // Read Now

Journal 64 // Sunday 25th June

This Was The Election Where The Newspapers Lost Their Monopoly On The Political News Agenda // Buzzfeed // Politics // Read Now

The Third Person // The New Yorker // Life // Read Now

See No Evil // Texas Monthly // Crime // Read Now

In Defectors From the North, Doctors in South Korea Find Hope — and Data // Undark // Science // Read Now

Trained to Kill: How Four Boy Soldiers Survived Boko Haram // New York Times // Life // Read Now

Journal 63 // Sunday 18th June

From Russia With Blood // Buzzfeed // Crime // Read Now

The Way Ahead // www.stephenfry.com // Technology // Read Now

The Political Legacy of Helmut Kohl // Der Spiegel // Politics // Read Now

Urban Dreams // California Sunday // Society // Read Now

The once and future president? // The Spectator // Politics // Read Now

Journal 62 // Sunday 11th June

"Strong and Stable My Arse": How Theresa May Blew the British General Election // Vanity Fair // Politics // Read Now

The Bounty Hunter of Wall Street // New York Times // Business // Read Now

The Book of Jeremy Corbyn // The New Yorker //Politics // Read Now

So, who are the DUP? // Open Democracy // Politics // Read Now

Britain: The End of a Fantasy // New York Review of Books // Politics // Read Now

Journal 61 // Sunday 4th June

UK General Election Special // Journal // Politics // Read Now

Aleppo After the Fall // New York Times // Politics // Read Now

The Lost Joys of the Screen Saver // The Paris Review // Culture // Read Now

The Virus Hunters // Undark // Science // Read Now

My déjà vu is so extreme I can't tell what's real any more // Mosaic Science // Life // Read Now

Journal 60 // Sunday 28th May

Dacre's Paper // London Review of Books // Society // Read Now

Inside Hillary Clinton's Surreal Post-Election Life // New York // Politics // Read Now

Gerhard Steidl Is Making Books an Art Form // The New Yorker // Culture // Read Now

The Dictator's Team // ESPN // Sport // Read Now

Long Way Home // Virginia Quarterly Review // Life // Read Now

Journal 59 // Sunday 21st May

Why the Tories keep winning // New Statesman // Politics // Read Now

Why Amazon is eating the world // Techcrunch // Business // Read Now

Trying to Remember J.F.K. // The New Yorker // Life // Read Now

When Your Child Is a Psychopath // The Atlantic // Science // Read Now

Scaling the World's Most Lethal Mountain, in the Dead of Winter // New York Times // Life // Read Now

Journal 58 // Sunday 14th May

Saddam's cake // rosegeorge.com // Life // Read Now

Donald Trump After Hours Time // Politics // Read Now

Women aren't meant to talk about miscarriage. But I've never been able to keep a secret The Guardian // Life // Read Now

How the Aztecs predicted the apocalypse The Outline // Society // Read Now

Is China the World's New Colonial Power? New York Times // Politics // Read Now

Journal 57 // Sunday 7th May

This Town Has Been Labour Since 1919. It's About To Switch To The Tories // Buzzfeed // Politics // Read Now

Where oil rigs go to die // The Guardian // Business // Read Now

Deadly Game: Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un Risk Nuclear War // Der Spiegel // Politics // Read Now

Emmanuel Macron // BBC // Politics // Read Now

The Thieves Who Steal Sunken Warships, Right Down to the Bolts // Outside // Life // Read Now

Journal 56 // Sunday 30th April

The Living Disappeared // California Sunday // Life // Read Now

Europe's Famed Bog Bodies Are Starting to Reveal Their Secrets // Smithsonian Magazine // History // Read Now

The legend of the Legion // Aeon // Society // Read Now

The enigma of Assad: How a painfully shy eye doctor turned into a murderous tyrant // Quartz // Politics // Read Now

The unfinished business of immunotherapy // MIT Technology Review // Science // Read Now

Journal 55 // Sunday 23rd April

Putin's Career Rooted in Russia's KGB // The Washington Post // Politics // Read Now

A Case So Cold It Was Blue // Vanity Fair // Crime // Read Now

Inside the Glowing-Plant Startup That Just Gave up Its Quest // Backchannel // Science // Read Now

Who are the new jihadis? // The Guardian // Society // Read Now

The Syria Catastrophe // n+1 // Politics // Read Now

Journal 54 // Sunday 16th April

The Useful Village // The Virginia Quarterly Review // Society // Read Now

Erdogan's Turkey // BBC // Politics // Read Now

The End of Independent Film As We Know It // The Ringer // Entertainment // Read Now

The Week the World Almost Ended // Slate // History // Read Now

Margaret Atwood, the Prophet of Dystopia // The New Yorker // Books // Read Now

Journal 53 // Sunday 9th April

Arron Banks: 'Brexit was a war. We won. There's no turning back now' // The Guardian // Politics // Read Now

A.I. Versus M.D. // The New Yorker // Technology // Read Now

Oscar-Zero: Notes from a Nuclear Tourist // Places Journal // Society // Read Now

The Patriarchy Hates the Moon // The Atlantic // Society // Read Now

Among the Zealots // Men's Health // Life // Read Now

Journal 52 // Sunday 2nd April

How Ex-Spy Christopher Steele Compiled His Explosive Trump-Russia Dossier // Vanity Fair // Politics // Read Now

The Last London // London Review of Books // Society // Read Now

The Oil Cross: On Being Raised to Wage Spiritual Warfare // Catapult // Life // Read Now

Urban Evolution // Edge // Science // Read Now

Dmitry Medvedev: the whipping boy for Russia's discontented // The Guardian // Politics // Read Now

Journal 51 // Sunday 26th March

Chasing the Phantom // Wired // Society // Read Now

The Sense of an Endling // Longreads // Science // Read Now

The Detonation Detectives // The Verge // Politics // Read Now

Trump's Diplomat // Independent Journal Review // Politics // Read Now

Goodbye, My Brother // Esquire // Life // Read Now

Journal 50 // Sunday 19th March

Do your homework // London Review of Books // Politics // Read Now

An interview with Paul Kimmage: Team Sky's charade has been exposed // Cycling Tips // Sport // Read Now

Murder in the Lucky Holiday Hotel // BBC // Crime // Read Now

The Great Smartphone War // Vanity Fair // Business // Read Now

Meet the Companies Literally Dropping 'Irish' Pubs in Cities Across the World // Eater // Business // Read Now

Journal 49 // Sunday 12th March

Welcome to Pleistocene Park // The Atlantic // Science // Read Now

Women in Power // London Review of Books // Society // Read Now

The Showman // New Yorker // Politics // Read Now

Going underground: inside the world of the mole-catchers // The Guardian // Society // Read Now

Manchester's Cold War // BBC // Sport // Read Now

Journal 48 // Sunday 5th March

The Curse of the Bahia Emerald, a Giant Green Rock That Ruins Lives // Wired // Life // Read Now

The Meaning of Allahu Akbar // Hazlitt // Society // Read Now

The Wreck // The Atavist // History // Read Now

Meet the Woman Who Helps Humanize Murderers // MEL // Crime // Read Now

Peter Popoff, the Born-Again Scoundrel // GQ // Life // Read Now

Journal 47 // Sunday 26th February

Trump, Putin, and the New Cold War // The New Yorker // Politics // Read Now

4chan: The Skeleton Key to the Rise of Trump // Medium // Society // Read Now

Reflecting On One Very, Very Strange Year At Uber // www.susanjfowler.com // Society // Read Now

An Island Presence // Granta // Life // Read Now

Vladimir Lenin's Return Journey to Russia Changed the World Forever // Smithsonian // History // Read Now

Journal 46 // Sunday 19th February

Michael Flynn, General Chaos // New Yorker // Politics // Read Now

An Ad Hoc Affair // The Nation // Society // Read Now

The Macedonian Teens Who Mastered Fake News // Wired // Society // Read Now

Serial Killers Should Fear This Algorithm // Bloomberg // Crime // Read Now

How Drowning Happens // Sydney Morning Herald // Life // Read Now

Journal 45 // Sunday 12th February

James Bailey Is a Liar. Is He a Murderer? // Slate // Crime // Read Now

Death in the Forest // Eater // Life // Read Now

The Preacher and the Sheriff // New York Times // Society // Read Now

My Double Life as a KGB Agent // The Guardian // Society // Read Now

Searching for California's Lost Viking Treasure Ship // Newsweek // Life // Read Now

Journal 44 // Sunday 5th February

How to Culture Jam a Populist in Four Easy Steps // Caracas Chronicles // Politics // Read Now

Xenu's Paradox: The Fiction of L. Ron Hubbard and the Making of Scientology // Longreads // Society // Read Now

Where Slang Comes From // The Pudding // Society // Read Now

Why Hollywood As We Know It Is Already Over // Vanity Fair // Business // Read Now

MIA // The Atavist // Life // Read Now

Journal 43 // Sunday 29th January

The 21st Century Gold Rush // Huffington Post // Politics // Read Now

Doomsday Prep for the Super-Rich // New Yorker // Society // Read Now

The Radical Crusade of Mike Pence // Rolling Stone // Politics // Read Now

A Lot of What Is Known about Pirates Is Not True, and a Lot of What Is True Is Not Known // Humanities // History // Read Now

Inside LAX's New Anti-Terrorism Intelligence Unit // The Atlantic // Society // Read Now

Journal 42 // Sunday 22nd January

Superintelligence: The idea that eats smart people // Idle Words // Technology // Read Now

Longed-For Child // Some Such Stories // Life // Read Now

Libor scandal: the bankers who fixed the world's most important number // Read Now

Skin in the Game // ESPN // Life // Read Now

The Dark, Dangerous World of Illegal Mining // Roads & Kingdoms // Life // Read Now

Journal 41 // Sunday 15th January

President In-Law // New York Magazine // Politics // Read Now

The Detective of Northern Oddities // Outside // Science // Read Now

The Crimes of SEAL Team 6 // The Intercept // Society // Read Now

Going Viral // Mosaic // Society // Read Now

This 3,500-Year-Old Greek Tomb Upended What We Thought We Knew About the Roots of Western Civilization // Smithsonian Magazine // History // Read Now

Journal 40 // Sunday 8th January

The Fighter // New York Times // Society // Read Now

Future Shock // Vulture // Entertainment // Read Now

Cocaine, Tug Boats and Tip Offs // Wired // Crime // Life // Read Now

Burj Khalifa: Alone at the Top of the World // Catapult // Society // Read Now

The Mysterious Disappearance of Keith Davies // Hakai Magazine // Life // Read Now

Journal 39 // Sunday 1st January

The Baby in the Plastic Bag // Dagbladet // Life // Read Now

Prince of the Forty Thieves // Atavist // Crime // Read Now

Russians at the Gates // New England Review // Life // Read Now

The Prisoner // Texas Monthly // Society // Read Now

Climbing the World's Biggest Tree // The Economist // Nature // Read Now

2016

Journal 38 // Sunday 25th December

Homer and Harold // The Marshall Project // Society // Read Now

The Man Who Cleans Up After Plane Crashes // GQ // Society // Read Now

The Trouble with Defectors // Harper's // Politics // Read Now

For 40 Years, This Russian Family Was Cut Off From All Human Contact, Unaware of World War II // Smithsonian Magazine // History // Read Now

Person of Interest 2016 Longlist // Financial Times // Life // Read Now

Journal 37 // Sunday 18th December

An Enemy of the Kremlin Dies in London // The Atlantic // Crime // Read Now

Wild Thing // Aeon // Nature // Read Now

The Age of Outrage // New Statesman // Society // Read Now

North America's Lost Medieval City // Ars Technica // History // Read Now

The Neo-Nazi Murder Trial Revealing Germany's Darkest Secrets // The Guardian // Society // Read Now

Journal 36 // Sunday 11th December

The Pessimist's Guide to 2017 // Bloomberg // Politics // Read Now

The Clam That Sank a Thousand Ships // Hakai // Nature // Read Now

The Pilot Who Stole a Secret Soviet Fighter Jet // BBC // History // Read Now

They Are Slaughtering Us Like Animals // New York Times // Society // Read Now

We Tracked Down A Fake-News Creator In The Suburbs. Here's What We Learned // National Public Radio // Society // Read Now

Journal 35 // Sunday 4th December

What Happens When Millions Of People Suddenly Get The Internet // Buzzfeed // Society // Read Now

World Chess Has a Big Problem // Bloomberg // Life // Read Now

Dispatches From the Alternate Universe Where Hillary Clinton Won // Newsweek // Politics // Read Now

What the Trees Say // New York Review of Books // Books // Read Now

How To Hide $400m // NYT Magazine // Life // Read Now

Journal 34 // Sunday 27th November

The Last Unknown Man // New Republic // Life // Read Now

Revenge of the Tabloids // The Guardian // Society // Read Now

Farewell, Champions of Havana // Roads and Kingdoms // Life // Read Now

Cuba: Fidel Castro's Record of Repression // Human Rights Watch // Society // Read Now

The Architectural Relevance of the International Space Station // Architectural Review // Architecture // Read Now

Lizard Games // Rock Paper Shotgun // Society // Read Now

Journal 33 // Sunday 20th November

Unfathomable // Epic // Life // Read Now

When a Populist Demagogue Takes Power // New Yorker // Politics // Read Now

This Is How Steve Bannon Sees The Entire World // Buzzfeed // Politics // Read Now

A Lost World of Shipwrecks Is Found // New York Times // History // Read Now

Gold Rush: Inside British Cycling's Medal Factory // Financial Times // Sport // Read Now

Journal 32 // Sunday 13th November

Populism as a Backlash Against Globalisation - Historical Perspectives // Center For International Relations and Sustainable Development // Politics // Read Now

A New Theory for why Voters are so Angry — That Actually Makes Sense // Washington Post // Society // Read Now

The Plot Against America // New York Times // Books // Read Now

Canary in the Code Mine // Backchannel // Society // Read Now

The Art of Biography // The Paris Review // Books // Read Now

Back to the Drawing Board // Maison Neuve // Art // Read Now

Cartoon // New Yorker // Gallows Humour // Read Now

Journal 31 // Sunday 6th November

How a Pillar of German Banking Lost Its Way // Der Spiegel // Business // Read Now

The Lost Children of 'Runaway Train' // Mel Magazine // Society // Read Now

The Rebranding of Europe's Far Right // The Guardian // Politics // Read Now

The Party That Wants To Make Poland Great Again // New York Times // Politics // Read Now

The Lost Civilization of Dial-Up Bulletin Board Systems // The Atlantic // Technology // Read Now

Journal 30 // Sunday 30th October

Undercover With a Border Militia // Mother Jones // Society // Read Now

Into the Storm // GQ // Life // Read Now

Arron Banks: The Man Who Bought Brexit // New Statesman // Politics // Read Now

Nepal: The Maoist Dream // Al Jazeera // Politics // Read Now

Second Life was Just the Beginning // Wired // Technology // Read Now

Journal 29 // Sunday 23rd October

Eyes Aloft // Virginia Quarterly Review // Life // Read Now

The Deepest Dig // California Sunday // Science // Read Now

How Europe Left Itself Open to Terrorism // ProPublica // Society // Read Now

Tim Kaine's Radical Optimism // New Yorker // Politics // Read Now

Surviving the Fall of ISIS // National Geographic // Politics // Read Now

Journal 28 //Sunday 16th October

The Rise and Fall of Silk Road // Wired // Crime // Read Now

Take Nothing, Leave Nothing // Lapham's Quarterly // Life // Read Now

The Real Scandal Behind the Panama Papers // Vanity Fair // Society // Read Now

The Website Providing Abortion Without Borders // Digg // Society // Read Now

Is it Ruth Davidson's destiny to save the Union? // New Statesman // Politics // Read Now

Journal 27 // Sunday 9th October

Speak, Memory // The Verge // Life // Read Now

Interview: Tony Blair // Esquire // Politics // Read Now

The Way Ahead // The Economist // Politics // Read Now

Living the Life // London Review of Books // Business // Read Now

The Man Who Solved His Own Murder // White Noise // Society // Read Now

Journal 26 // Sunday 2nd October

Welcome to the Dark Net // Vanity Fair // Technology // Read Now

Hot Mess // Bloomberg // Business // Read Now

Cloak and Dagger // The Daily Beast // Life // Read Now

He Had His Reasons // Granta // Society // Read Now

Dispatches from the Rap Wars // Chicago Magazine // Society // Read Now

Journal 25 // Sunday 25th September

Man v Rat // The Guardian // Science // Read Now

The Most Charming Man In Washington // The Huffington Post // Politics // Read Now

The Prawn War // Roads & Kingdoms // Society // Read Now

The Agency // NYT Magazine // Politics // Read Now

Breakfast In The Ruins // New York Review of Books // Society // Read Now

Journal 24 // Sunday 18th September

The World Is a Thriving Slaughterhouse // The Atlantic // Politics // Read Now

We're The Only Plane In The Sky // Politico // History // Read Now

The Uncounted // Reuters // Science // Read Now

Confessions of a Gun Range Worker // Mother Jones // Society // Read Now

Britain's Secret Wars // The Guardian // History // Read Now

Journal 23 // Sunday 11th September

How Arianna Huffington Lost Her Newsroom // Vanity Fair // Media // Read Now

Framed // LA Times // Society // Read Now

How Edward Snowden Escaped Hong Kong // National Post // Politics // Read Now

Lunch With The FT: Edward Snowden // Financial Times // Politics // Read Now

Pete Wells Has His Knives Out // The New Yorker // Society // Read Now

Ruffled Feathers // Texas Monthly // Nature // Read Now

Journal 22 // Sunday 4th September

Hiroshima // The New Yorker // History // Read Now

The Court That Rules the World // Buzzfeed // Society // Read Now

Sitting Up // The Paris Review // Society // Read Now

The Bloody History of the True Crime Genre // JSTOR // Crime // Read Now

Ministry of Fun // Esquire // Society // Read Now

Journal 21 // Sunday 28th August

Pin Kings // ESPN // Crime // Read Now

I've Done Really Bad Things // The Guardian // Society // Read Now

Present at the Creation // Foreign Policy // Politics // Read Now

Fear and Trembling In Las Vegas // Hazlitt // Society // Read Now

The Uber Killer // GQ // Crime // Read Now

Journal 20 // Sunday 22nd August

David's Ankles // New York Times Magazine // Art // Read Now

Dee Dee Wanted Her Daughter To Be Sick, Gypsy Wanted Her Mom To Be Murdered // Buzzfeed // Crime // Read Now

The Concept of 'Cat Face' // London Review of Books // Technology // Read Now

Whale Fall // Granta // Science // Read Now

The Rise and Fall of Gerd Bonk, World Champion of Doping // Vice // Sport // Read Now

Journal 19 // Sunday 14th August

Fractured Lands: How the Arab World Came Apart // New York Times // Politics // Read Now

The Super-Recognisers Of Scotland Yard // New Statesman // Crime // Read Now

How The DNA Revolution Is Changing Us // National Geographic // Science // Read Now

Inside The Global Times, China's Hawkish, Belligerent State Tabloid // Quartz // Media // Read Now

The Strange Brain of the World's Greatest Solo Climber // Nautilus // Life // Read Now

Journal 18 // Sunday 7th August

This is What a Feminist Looks Like // Glamour // Society // Read Now

To Live and Die in Mumbai // California Sunday // Crime // Read Now

Batting 3.0 // Cricket Monthly // Sport // Read Now

The Quiet American // Slate // Politics // Read Now

Inside the Mind of Steven Spielberg //Wired // Entertainment // Read Now

Journal 17 // Sunday 31st July

The Turkish Coup Through The Eyes of Its Plotters // Bellingcat // Politics // Read Now

John le Carré - Art of Fiction // The Paris Review // Books // Read Now

The Religious Cult Secretly Running Japan // Daily Beast // Politics // Read Now

Inside the Playlist Factory // Buzzfeed // Entertainment // Read Now

Fishing in Guantanamo Bay // Roads and Kingdoms // Life // Read Now

Journal 16 // Sunday 24th July

Donald Trump's Ghostwriter Tells All // New Yorker // Politics // Read Now

How the CIA Hoodwinked Hollywood // The Atlantic // Society // Read Now

A Terrifying Journey Through the World's Most Dangerous Jungle // Outside // Society // Read Now

A Fish So Coveted People Have Smuggled, Kidnapped, and Killed For It // Longreads // Crime // Read Now

Arrow Heads // Harper's // Life // Read Now

Journal 15 // Sunday 17th July

Understanding Hillary // Vox // Politics // Read Now and Read Now

Do Put Down That Revolver // London Review of Books // Society // Read Now

Inside the Deadly World of Private Prisoner Transport // The Marshall Project // Society // Read Now

How China is Rewriting the Book on Human Origins // Nature // Science // Read Now

Obama After Dark // New York Times // Politics // Read Now

Journal 14 // Sunday 10th July

The Mogul of the Middle // New Yorker // Entertainment // Read Now

The Pen and the Sword: Reporting ISIS // Harvard Kennedy School Shorenstein Centre // Media // Read Now

Where are we now? // London Review of Books // Politics // Read Now

How Science Is Putting a New Face on Crime Solving // National Geographic // Science // Read Now

The Coldest Case // Foreign Policy // Crime // Read Now

Journal 13 // Sunday 3rd July

Four Months Undercover As a Private Prison Guard // Mother Jones // Society // Read Now

The Most Potent, Permanent and Elusive Figure in British Politics // The Guardian // Politics // Read Now

The Secrets in Guatemala's Bones // New York Times Magazine // Society // Read Now

Chairman of Everything // The Economist // Politics // Read Now

Dream Park // The Verge // Technology // Read Now

Journal 12 // Sunday 26th June

Ian Goldin Interview - Immigration // Five Books // Society // Read Now

Federalist 10 // The Federalist Papers // Politics // Read Now

Being Gay in Putin's Russia // GQ // Society // Read Now

The Cold War Plan to Keep Soviet Hands Off Middle Eastern Oil // Politico // History // Read Now

Dead Sea Drying // BBC // Science // Read Now

Journal 11 // Sunday 19th June

Did Jesus Have a Wife? // The Atlantic // Life // Read Now

Brexit: How a Fringe Idea Took Hold Of the Tory Party // The Guardian // Politics // Read Now

Sad! // Huffington Post // Politics // Read Now

Fully Loaded // Mother Jones // Society // Read Now

Top Gun // Forbes // Life // Read Now

Journal 10 // Sunday 12th June

How To Grow A Weetabix // London Review of Books // Life // Read Now

Body On The Moor // BBC // Life // Read Now

A Shot To The Heart // The Intercept // Society // Read Now

Tinder's In-House Sociologist // LA Magazine // Society // Read Now

Ride Along With The Cow Police // Oxford American // Crime // Read Now

Journal 9 // Sunday 5th June

Lawdy, Lawdy He's Great // Sports Illustrated // Life // Read Now

The Big Gamble // The Guardian // Society // Read Now

Enter Left // New Yorker // Politics // Read Now

Sunk // The Atavist // Entertainment // Read Now

The Second Soviet In Space // Ars Technica // Life // Read Now

Journal 8 // Sunday 29th May

Nothing But The Truth // The Marshall Project // Crime // Read Now

The Dark Art of Music Mastering // Pitchfork // Music // Read Now

Let's Go Take Back Our Country // The Atlantic // Politics // Read Now

Queen of Cartels // The Guardian // Crime // Read Now

Lost At Sea // New Yorker // Life // Read Now

Journal 7 // Sunday 22nd May

The Murky History of Moderation // The Verge // Society // Read Now

Across the Broken Bridge // New Republic // Crime // Read Now

Pyonghattan // South China Morning Post // Life // Read Now

Bill's Big Moment // GQ // Politics // Read Now

Front Runner // Harper's // Politics // Read Now

The Perfect Man // Oxford American // Life // Read Now

Journal 6 // Sunday 15th May

Double Cross - The Ukrainian Hacker Who Became The FBI's Best Weapon - And Worst Nightmare // Wired // Crime // Read Now

The Cave Divers Who Went Back For Their Friends // BBC // Life // Read Now

Playing By Pyongyang's Rules // The Awl // Life // Read Now

China's Robot Revolution // Financial Times // Business // Read Now

Deep Intellect // Orion // Science // Read Now

Does an Octopus Have a Soul? // National Geographic // Science // Read Now

Journal 5 // Sunday 8th May

The Day We Discovered Our Parents Were Russian Spies // The Guardian // Life // Read Now

The Art of Larry Gagosian's Empire // Wall Street Journal // Art // Read Now

Rebels Without A War // Mashable // Politics // Read Now

The Trafficker // New Yorker // Crime // Read Now

The Aspiring Novelist Who Became Obama's Foreign Policy Guru // New York Times // Politics // Read Now

Journal 4 // Sunday 1st May

Love - In Other Words // Vogue // Life // Read Now

The Doctor // The Atavist // Politics // Read Now

Fear This Man // Foreign Policy // Technology // Read Now

How Uber Conquered London // The Guardian // Business // Read Now

The Faithful // California Sunday // Society // Read Now

Journal 3 // Sunday 24th April

The Mastermind // Atavist // Crime // Read Now

ELLE on Earth // New York Observer // Fashion // Read Now

Jacques Hyzagi Interview // The Guardian // Fashion // Read Now

A Natural History of Walter Rothschild // The Awl // Life // Read Now

Camp Code // Places Journal // Politics // Read Now

What is Code? // Bloomberg // Technology // Read Now

Journal 2 // Sunday 17th April

The Wetsuitman // Dagbladet // Life // // Read Now

In a Perpetual Present // Wired // Science // Read Now

Plastic Surgery With a Mouse Click // Vulture // Entertainment // Read Now

The Hills Have I.P.s // Fusion // The Web // Read Now

Alan Rusbridger's Guardian is on a suicide mission // GQ // Media // Read Now

The Eternal Return of Buzzfeed // The Atlantic // Media // Read Now

Journal 1 // Sunday 10th April

The Voyeur's Motel // The New Yorker // Crime // Read Now

The Fall of China's Hedge Fund King // New York Times Magazine // Finance // Read Now

Lunch with the FT: Nigel Farage // Financial Times // Politics // Read Now

How to Write a History of Video Game Warfare // The Atlantic // Entertainment // Read Now

Erik Prince In The Hotseat // The Intercept // Politics // Read Now