1 | The New York Times' Jonathan Chait 'took on the entire internet' this week, calling out Twitter mobs and what he percieves as 'the new political correctness' ruining discourse on the left of political debate. But was his piece, as Gawker's Alex Pareene contested in response, just the whinings of a 'petulant man-baby'? We'll let you make your own mind up about the internet spat of the week.
2 | In 'Your Son Is Deceased', The New Yorker's Rachel Aviv reports on Albuquerque, the city that has one of the highest rates of fatal shootings by police in America, but where no officer has ever been indicted.
3 | Times journalist Hugo Rifkind wrote a blog for the Holocaust Memorial Trust that was widely-shared on Twitter as one of the stand out pieces written for Holocaust Memorial Day.
4 | Photojournalist Lynsey Addario wrote an intimate and fascinating account of her life working on the fringes of war for Colombia Journalism Review.
5 | Mother Jones's Mariah Blake meets Warren Farrell, the one-time feminist hero who now leads America's 'Men's Right Movement'.