The inside story of Nancy Pelosi’s brilliant impeachment long game. (TIME, ~19 min.)
Farmers are not impressed with software-dependent tractors, and instead are snapping up increasingly rare 40-year-old models at auction. (Minneapolis Star Tribune, ~5 min.)
The compulsively readable Ariel Levy tells the story of a Scottish retiree who doesn’t feel physical or emotional pain (!!!) and who is sharing her extraordinary experience and medical history with researchers. (New Yorker, ~27 min.)
A look back at AOC’s wild first year in Congress, and the tough lessons she learned along the way. (New York Magazine, ~20 min.)
Dog parks have taken over. Why Berkeley, Calif., is to blame. (Smithsonian Magazine, ~9 min.)
The delicious tale of how New York’s bagel union beat the Mafia. (Grub Street, ~14 min.)
Privileged women using their power for good is good ... right? (The Cut, ~9 min.)
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