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Swati Sharma

The Atlantic

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Past articles by Swati Gauri:

Ta-Nehisi Coates on Cornel West’s One-Sided War

Coates says he is "mystified as anybody else” over West's critique. → Read More

The text messages at the heart of Michelle Carter’s homicide trial

Michelle Carter has been charged with involuntary manslaughter and is standing trial. → Read More

Senate Intelligence asks Comey to testify

Senate Intelligence Committee Chairman Richard Burr (R-N.C.), right, and Sen. Mark R. Warner (Va.), the panel’s ranking Democrat, meet with reporters on Capitol Hill in March. (Susan Walsh/AP) → Read More

Failing diversity is failing journalism » Nieman Journalism Lab

"Management's interest in diversity can ebb and flow — more pressing matters appear, and minority hiring takes a backseat. But next year is a good time to start." → Read More

‘They were the folks I grew up with': Vice President Biden on slain Dallas officers

In his weekly address, the vice president addressed Thursday's police shooting in Dallas that left five officers dead and another seven injured. → Read More

How the commute to work differs around the world

A video series that explores what commutes look like around the world. → Read More

How Europe is punishing migrants

As hundreds of thousands of refugees have poured into Europe, some countries and regions have tried to pass legislation that specifically targets refugees and migrants. Here's a look at some of those policies that have been introduced in the last year. → Read More

Here’s what we know about the attacks in Brussels

Scores of people were killed and many others injured after three explosions rocked the airport and a metro station in Belgium’s capital. → Read More

What we know about the American prisoners Iran plans to free

Iran plans to release four Americans as part of a prisoner exchange deal that includes Washington Post reporter Jason Rezaian. → Read More

Hoverboarding priest punished for his new approach to Christmas Eve Mass

A priest glided up and down church aisles, singing songs during a Christmas Eve Mass in the Philippines. Days later, he was reprimanded for his actions. → Read More

The year of the story » Nieman Journalism Lab

"Keep innovating, keep trying, keep experimenting. But you don’t have to do it all at once, you don’t have to do it every time, and you don’t have to do it alone." → Read More

Listening to ‘Serial’s’ Season 2? Follow along with our Bowe Bergdahl coverage.

Here are 6 stories to catch you up. → Read More

Chart: The number of foreign fighters in Syria surged in 2015

A new report shows the breakdown of the origins of foreign fighters who travel to Syria. → Read More

What we know after the Paris attacks: Suspected leader killed in raid, suspected attacker still at large

The suspected mastermind of the attacks in Paris, Abdelhamid Abaaoud, was killed Wednesday during a seven-hour siege in the Paris suburb of Saint-Denis. → Read More

What’s new today, five days after the Paris attacks

Raids left at least two dead, followed by multiple arrests. → Read More

5 stories you should read to really understand the Islamic State

The Islamic State's coordinated attacks across Paris that left 129 dead were a clear indication of the group's adoption of "global terror tactics." → Read More

Islamic State claims responsibility for Paris attacks

The Islamic State stated that it was behind the attacks in Paris, one of the deadliest attacks in France since World War II. → Read More

‘It is horror’: French President Hollande’s remarks after Paris attacks

A transcript of French President Francois Hollande's remarks after the Paris terror attacks on Nov. 13. → Read More

Mark Zuckerberg made a big mistake when he got between India’s Modi and a TV camera

This clip of Modi and Zuckerberg has gone viral in India. → Read More

Mark Zuckerberg made a big mistake when he got between India’s Modi and a TV camera

This clip of Modi and Zuckerberg has gone viral in India. → Read More