New one for MIT Technology Review about Chinese companies going after Silicon Valley.

AD: Colin Jaworski

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New one for FiveThirtyEight about baseball scouts using statistics to find the best prospects.

AD Kate Elazegui

(Source: chasematt.com)

New one for FiveThirtyEight about the difficulty for women scientists to achieve proper recognition, despite often contributing an equal (or greater) amount of research as their male colleagues.

Thanks AD Kate Elazegui

(Source: chasematt.com)

New one for the Wall Street Journal about learning new languages with picture-memory associations.
AD: Keith Webb

New one for the Wall Street Journal about learning new languages with picture-memory associations.

AD: Keith Webb

(Source: chasematt.com)

Unpublished story for the last issue of Escapades that I ended up taking another direction.

Photography: Murad Osmann

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Piece for the New York Times Book Review about the origin of the word Liberal, and its evolving definition as a left-leaner.

AD : Nicholas Blechman

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New one for Bloomberg Markets about out-of-control drug prices.

AD Tim Vienckowski

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Two fun ones for the New York Times about polling

AD: Luke Shuman

(Source: The New York Times)

New one for The Atlantic about the future of the internet. Final version ran a bit different—and probably does a better job of telling the real story—but I liked the impact of the simpler, less colorful version.

AD: Elisa Glass

New op-ed for the International edition of the New York Times about federalism in Iraq.

AD Alex Hunting

(Source: The New York Times)