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The Manufacturer
2 days ago
“It’s the last shipment of the carbon fiber ladders, Miss Alese.” Corey Salisbury says. “And the boats?” CEO Nadia Alese asked. “They’re all in position to bring as many people here as they can.” Nadi...
Shut Up About the Shutdown
8 days ago
A greasy spoon served as the meeting place for two coworkers for the National Flight Administration. The waitstaff seemed to move with a renewed nimbleness. Two black men, Oscar Dysinger and Pablo Etu...
I Want to Be a Slave
12 days ago
Pieces of cloth drifted to the floor like ash from a volcano. Neema Hudgins, in the basement to her family's modest three-story Wilmington, Delaware home, clipped and clipped until patches shown on th...
The Liars' Stage: The Fabricators and Plagiarists of the News World
25 days ago
The latest liar to strut and fret his hour upon the stage is Claas Relotius. Joining the ranks of disgraced former journalists like Janet Cooke, Stephen Glass, and Jayson Blair, Relotius has achieved ...
Striving for More
a month ago
There are levels to this thing called life. Structures and strictures determine what people think, how they act, and what they wish to do with what reality presents them. In America, the freest, most ...
Delaware: The Rodney Dangerfield of States
a month ago
On a date that occurred over 231 years ago today (December 7, 1787), Delaware (my birth state) came into being. Because of figures like George Reed, Gunning Bedford, Jr., John Dickinson, and Richard B...