Headlines Edition

Tuesday Headlines: A life well lit.

Bannon meets behind closed doors with the House panel on Russia. Trump sends a preemptive tweet, “The Russian Collusion Hoax is dead.”

African immigrants who come to the US are generally the continent's best and brightest, with superior educations.

Photographs of streets across America named after Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

An American history teacher is put on leave after telling a black student that his white classmates would lynch him if he didn't focus on his work.

An annotated history of the racism of "least racist person" Donald Trump, from 1973 to 2018.

The Rust Belt is the face of the Great Recession, but it's the West's overextended empty suburbs that won't recover.

Legal marijuana hurts cartels and reduces crime in the US, but it also lowers high school graduation rates.

A scientist in Santa Barbara says climate change is in our backyards, but no one wants to connect the dots.

The future of surfing is a never-ending perfect wave in a dusty, landlocked California town.

CVS pledges to stop airbrushing cosmetics photos and asks L’Oréal, Maybelline, and others to do the same.

The length and pronounceability of eBay seller names influences buyers' perceptions of trustworthiness.

Facebook's constant tweaking of the News Feed upends users' news consumption, making them question what's real.

Instagram is filled with life coaches with beautiful-seeming lives. A journalist decides to hire one.

The cult of masculinity gets extra weird on the web when conducted anonymously by bodybuilder types.

The Queen of England fires her lingerie maker for publishing a book called Storm in a D-Cup.