Club Team Thrives in the Shadow of the Frozen Four - New York Times
The Mariners are Selling Too Many Toasted Grasshoppers - VICE Sports
Mazanec: A Czech Easter Tradition Fighting To Survive In The U.S. - The Salt and Runza: The story of one of Nebraska's most treasured foods - Omaha World-Herald
To feed Upstate NY beer industry, state's barley growers need U.S. aid, Schumer says - Syracuse Poat-Standard
Science Should Not Be a Free Market Endeavor - Slate
Coal is on the Way Out at Electric Utilities, No Matter What Trump Says - DealBook
Preparing for Chemical Valley - Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. Honestly, how economically depressed does a municipality have to be to wish to be more like Ascension Parish, Louisiana?
Confronting the New Urban Crisis - CityLab. Personally, I think rural folks are going to make sure city denizens are unable to fix these major problems.
Why Cops Shoot - Tampa Bay Times. The Times have done a couple of great investigative pieces in the past few years.
Unspeakable Realities Block Universal Coverage In America - Forbes. How fucked up does the U.S. health care economy have to be to have this article published in goddamn Forbes?
Trump's base turns on him - Politico. Too little, too late. Like the patent medicine buyers turning on the salesman after he leaves town.
J.D. Vance, the False Prophet of Blue America - New Republic
A history of global living conditions in 5 charts - Our World In Data. A much brighter view of the world than what I am normally focusing on. Actually 6 charts here, but I won't be too picky: