Remembering Greg Lake, The ‘Lucky Man’ – Bob Boilen, NPR.
At age 30 did you earn more than your parents at a similar age?
Five myths about the decline and fall of Rome – Professor Nathan Pilkington, Columbia.
The Comet Ping Pong Gunman Answers Our Reporter’s Questions – Adam Goldman, New York Times.
A New Zealander of Asian descent has shrugged off the rejection of a passport application photo by software because of his eyes – BBC.
NPR asks: What Legal Recourse Do Victims Of Fake News Stories Have?
The Plum Book is here, for those angling for jobs in Trump’s Washington – Lisa Rein for The Washington Post.
A Federal Judge has a message for naturalized citizens (and Trump) – Alex Kotlowitz for The New Yorker.
This is the 90th time TIME has named the person who had the greatest influence, for better or worse, on the events of the year.
From rumor, to hashtag, to gunfire in DC – Marc Fisher, John Woodrow Cox and Peter Hermann of The Washington Post.
The Equal Protection argument against “winner take all” in the Electoral College – Lawrence Lessig.
Pat Buchanan Celebrates Donald Trump’s Win: ‘I’m supposed to be the dog and I’m not hearing’ Trump dog-whistling, said the longtime champion of the white working class – Eleanor Clift.