A Pulitzer Prize-winning piece of investigative journalism has been absorbed into the vortex of the World Wide Web; refugees are still moving toward Europe, despite the onset of winter; and Bernie Sanders is playing an important and unexpected role in the Democratic presidential race. These discoveries and more below.

If a Pulitzer-Finalist 34-Part Series of Investigative Journalism Can Vanish From the Web, Anything Can The web, as it appears at any one moment, is a phantasmagoria. It’s not a place in any reliable sense of the word. It is not a repository. It is not a library. It is a constantly changing patchwork of perpetual nowness.

Kim Davis’s Lawyers Have Said Things That Are Literally Unbelievable Liberty Counsel lawyers keep themselves in the spotlight with tactics like ballyhooing a massive “prayer rally” that never happened and claiming a federal judge said things he never did.

How Not to Be a Restaurant Racist For starters, maybe you shouldn’t call it “ethnic” food.

Bernie Sanders’s Challenge to Clinton A year ago, nobody would have predicted that of the other Democratic presidential candidates, Bernie Sanders would be the one who mattered.

Winter Is Coming, But Activists Fear The Tide Of Refugees Isn’t Slowing Down “What rational people would say is unsafe may not be enough to stop you if you’re a refugee,” one advocate said.

Wikileaks Release of TPP Deal Text Stokes ‘Freedom of Expression’ Fears Intellectual property rights chapter appears to give Trans-Pacific Partnership countries greater power to stop information from going public.

U.S. Anthropologists’ Association Recommends Some Sanctions Against Israeli Academia After 1,100 anthropologists signed petition calling for boycott last year, AAA task force presents several options for action.

How Food Became Religion in Peru’s Capital City Great cooking is what defines Lima today, but the culinary boom started decades ago, during a time of conflict.

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