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Bryan A. Davis

Runner, plant eater, and Director of Audience Development at The Atlantic. NY Times alum. Opinions are my own concerning pizza (I'm right).

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@NYTimes social media editor. Professional fan of Springsteen & E Street Band, Yankees baseball & surfing. Man, the dope's that there's still hope.

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Latest Posts

Meet the New Neighborhood Watch: License-Plate Reading Cameras

Between doorbell cameras and the new plate readers, never before has so much surveillance data been in the hands of private citizens. And…

Ads Pitching CBD as a Cure-All Are Everywhere. Oversight Hasn’t Kept Up.

‘Basically nobody’ is overseeing the quality of the many cannabidiol products that have proliferated, one researcher said. The F.D.A. says…

U.S. Significantly Weakens Endangered Species Act

The Trump administration announced far-reaching revisions to the Endangered Species Act, which was first enacted in 1973

A Common Trait Among Mass Killers: Hatred Toward Women

Misogyny and mass shootings in the United States are closely intertwined

Fact Check: Tucker Carlson Falsely Claims White Supremacy Is a ‘Hoax’

His commentary sparked anger days after law enforcement authorities linked the mass killing at a Walmart in El Paso to white supremacist…

‘It Feels Like Being Hunted’: Latinos Across U.S. in Fear After El Paso Massacre

The shooting attack in El Paso has left many Latinos deeply shaken, raising questions about their place in American society

Another Baseball Mystery: Why Do Players Seem to Live Longer?

A new study suggests professional baseball players live longer than other athletes and American men in general. The reasons could be…

Toni Morrison, Towering Novelist of the Black Experience, Dies at 88

Ms. Morrison, who wrote ‘Beloved’ and ‘Song of Solomon,’ was the first African-American woman to win the Nobel in literature

Sickle Cell Disease Still Tends to Be Overlooked

A question about what role race and wealth play in how much attention and funding the disease receives

White Terrorism Shows ‘Stunning’ Parallels to Islamic State’s Rise

Like Islamic State recruits, white nationalists are attracted to an apocalyptic ideology spread through social media


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