Weekly Recommended Reading

Sinclair's anchors used in Trump's war on the media, Driverless Cars and the Perpetual Moral Panic, etc

How America’s Largest Local TV Owner Turned Its News Anchors Into Soldiers In Trump’s War On The Media, from Deadspin

Two minutes to midnight: did the US miss its chance to stop North Korea's nuclear programme? An unprecedented US mission to Pyongyang in 1999 promised to defuse Kim's nuclear threat. But it all came to nothing – and then the hawks took power, from The Guardian

Driverless Cars and the Perpetual Moral Panic Some things never change, from Commentary Magazine

The reign of Lew Alcindor in the age of revolt When black collegians debated boycotting the Olympics in 1968, he emerged as the most prominent face on campus, from The Undefeated

How a Young Woman Lost Her Identity Hannah Upp disappears for weeks at a time, forgetting her sense of self. Can she still be found?, from The New Yorker