Updated Aug. 18

Dear Readers:

We hope you are enjoying the contemporary look, the modern technology and the innovative features of Truthdig’s redesign, launched Aug. 9. The revamped system that accompanies the new format provides, among other things, advanced search and navigation capabilities that make it easier to explore our award-winning content on mobile devices.

New features include:

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