Sunday, June 30, 2019

MALAYSIA FLIGHT 370 UPDATE



What really happened to Malaysia's missing airplane, and more from The Atlantic in June | 
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What Really Happened to Malaysia Airlines Flight 370?

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Editor in Chief, The Atlantic
In 2014, a Boeing 777 airliner vanished into the Indian Ocean. More than five years later, what happened to Malaysia Airlines Flight 370—carrying 227 passengers, 10 flight attendants, and two pilots—remains a mystery. In the July issue, William Langewiesche, a professional pilot and one of the world's great aviation writers, reconstructs in exhaustive detail what likely transpired in the flight's final hours. He argues persuasively that, despite what Malaysian officials claim, the plane's disappearance was not an accident—and he presents evidence that they know more about its fate than they have dared to say.
You'll also find in the issue The Atlantic's Workplace Report, an exploration of the changing nature of jobs and work culture in 2019. The report features Caitlin Flanagan on the problem with HR, Jerry Useem on the end of expertise, and Arthur Brooks on the inevitability—and immediacy—of professional decline. "The data are shockingly clear that for most people, in most fields, professional decline starts earlier than almost anyone thinks," Brooks writes. As harrowing as that research is, he offers ways to make the most of the decline—and even enjoy it.
Our newsroom's ambitious reporting extends, of course, beyond the pages of the magazine. On our website, you'll find a new project on the legacy of the Stonewall uprising. Fifty years ago, a police raid on the Stonewall Inn in Manhattan's Greenwich Village led to violent riots that turned into the modern LGBTQ movement. "An American Revolution" examines the state of the movement today, from Spencer Kornhaber's essay on gay-cruising culture in the age of #MeToo, to Hannah Giorgis's review of an exhibition surveying Stonewall's impact on the art world, to Jacob Kushner's scrutinizing reporting on how homophobia in the British Empire took root in its former colonies.
I encourage you to explore the project—and thank you, as always, for being a reader.
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(Mendelsund & Munday)

What Really Happened to Malaysia's Missing Airplane

WILLIAM LANGEWIESCHE

Five years ago, the flight vanished into the Indian Ocean. Officials on land know more about why than they dare to say.

(Luci Gutiérrez)

Your Professional Decline Is Coming (Much) Sooner Than You Think

ARTHUR C. BROOKS

A social scientist's quest to turn his inevitable career decline from a matter of dread into an opportunity for progress.

(Arsh Raziuddin, The History Project: Documenting LGBTQ Boston; Luciano Marques/Shutterstock)

Cruising in the Age of Consent

SPENCER KORNHABER

Gay men once developed codes to ensure safety in the hunt for sex. Can they help #MeToo do the same?

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George Orwell's Unheeded Warning

GEORGE PACKER
Even the author of 1984 failed to imagine how readily everyone would embrace doublethink.

Dear Therapist: It's Hard to Accept Being Single

LORI GOTTLIEB
Listening to my friends talk about their relationship problems is getting really tough.

The Impossible Future of Christians in the Middle East

EMMA GREEN
An ancient faith is disappearing from the lands in which it first took root. At stake is not just a religious community, but the fate of pluralism in the region.

The Surreal End of an American College

ALIA WONG
Small schools across the United States are facing budget shortfalls and low enrollment—leading some to shut down in the middle of students' higher-education experience.

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Friday, June 28, 2019

Kamala Harris Is Surging and Birtherism Is Back


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The 2020 candidate is facing a play straight out of the racist birther playbook used against Barack Obama when he ran for president.

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