Interesting stories from multiple sources that will make you appear well-informed.
The New York Times reviews the tragedy that killed almost a dozen climbers on K2 and includes an interesting interactive map graphic.
The New Yorker looks at superbugs––drug-resistant germs that are almost impossible to treat.
The Atlantic wonders if the Internet is making users stupid by remapping neural pathways and reducing our ability to read deeply.
The New York Sun describes the United States' new 600,000 square foot, $434 million embassy in China.
The Washington Post looks at "bundlers"––political fundraisers who aggregate donations from people who have no strong interest in politics or individual candidates.