Headlines Edition

Tuesday Headlines: Five years.

Five years after choking Eric Garner to death, NYPD officer Daniel Pantaleo has been fired.

Planned Parenthood withdraws from federal funding, citing the Trump administration's rule barring abortion referrals.

Related: You can donate to Planned Parenthood at its website.

For the first time, Facebook and Twitter have identified and removed a Chinese government disinformation campaign. The fake accounts were spreading discord around the Hong Kong protests.

How the 1619 Project exposes right-wing arguments about originalism as the thin justifications for white supremacy they really are.

Reminder: If you haven't started reading the 1619 Project yet, here are three pieces to help with that.

Leaked government documents reveal a no-deal Brexit's most likely outcomes—which include a hard border at Northern Ireland.

“Yes, the EPA is proposing a policy that it concedes will lead to 1,400 premature deaths.” How Trump's new climate plan is likely to increase air pollution.

Researchers find that melting glaciers are filling waterbeds and capturing large amounts of carbon dioxide.

“In the next 200 years all our glaciers are expected to follow the same path.” Iceland held a funeral for its first glacier lost to climate change.

“I barely know your kids and I feel like I would jump in front of a bus to stop this shit.” The case for climate rage.

Average faces of executive leadership at each of the top 15 US companies.

A “meander map” of the Rio Grande shows how the river’s flow has driven and reflected border politics.

Texas agencies are the victims in the largest coordinated ransomware attack on local government to date.

Portland, Ore., police are under fire for erasing face tattoos from a robbery suspect's mugshot before showing it to witnesses.

New Hampshire's Supreme Court rules the term "patent troll" is a statement of opinion, and therefore not libelous.

"For many Americans...childhood [has become] one long unpaid internship meant to secure a spot in a dwindling middle class."

Dazzling, abstract "needle paintings" hand-sewn by Cecilia Charlton.

If you want to watch the new Elephant 6 Recording Company documentary, you must first locate a flyer, then call the number on it in order to receive a VHS tape in the mail—and return the tape when you're done.

To paint his stunningly detailed mask portraits, Kip Omolade molds faces and casts them—then puts them to canvas.

Sonic Youth’s Thurston Moore lists his favorite songs of all time.

From I Love Lucy to Will & Grace, how TV homes have influenced real-world living.

Wonderfully intricate pen-and-ink illustrations by Clément Masurier.