Millions of readers can’t be wrong, so if you’re wondering what should be on your media diet, here’s a compilation of the most shared longform features that were published this week, from the web’s leading publishing outlets.
1. Inside The Mind Of A Mass Killer
     Published by The New Yorker on 2015-05-20 at 04:51:16

Anders Breivik killed seventy-seven people in a peaceful, prosperous country. How could that happen? #

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2. Addy Walker, American Girl
     Published by www.theparisreview.org on 2015-05-30 at 20:00:05

The role of black dolls in American culture.

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3. This Is What It’s Like To Have Your Life Stolen By A Woman Who Doesn’t Exist – (@psmith, @BuzzFeed)
     Published by Buzz Feed on 2015-05-31 at

This Is What It’s Like To Have Your Life Stolen By A Woman Who Doesn’t Exist -  (@psmith, @BuzzFeed)

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4. The Secret Sadness of Pregnancy with Depression
     Published by The New York Times on 2015-05-30 at 17:00:25

“We still have retrograde ideas about how pregnant women should feel, and we need to revise them — not only for depressed women but for all women.”

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5. Why Baltimore Blew Up
     Published by Rolling Stone on 2015-05-27 at 12:30:46

It wasn’t just the killing of Freddie Gray. Inside the complex legal infrastructure that encourages — and covers up — police violence. #

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6. Why Baltimore Blew Up
     Published by Rolling Stone on 2015-05-26 at 23:30:24

The failures of the “broken windows” approach to policing.

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7. Training Young Doctors: The Current Crisis
     Published by NYBooks on 2015-05-27 at 05:44:46

In the 1890s, Sir William Osler, now regarded as something of a demigod in American medicine, created at the Johns Hopkins Hospital a novel system for training physicians after graduation from medical school. It required young physicians to reside in the ...

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8. The Man Behind Google Brain On Life, Creativity, And Failure – (@nicopitney, @HuffingtonPost)
     Published by Huffington Post on 2015-05-24 at

The Man Behind Google Brain On Life, Creativity, And Failure -  (@nicopitney, @HuffingtonPost)

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9. "I Just Wish for People to Give Me a Chance"
     Published by projects.thestar.com on 2015-05-28 at 20:28:14

Omar Khadr was 15 when he was captured in Afghanistan in 2002. He was held in Guantanamo for years without charges. He was tortured. And earlier this month, after nearly 13 years behind bars, he was released on bail.

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10. Why It Pays To Be A Jerk
     Published by The Atlantic on 2015-05-20 at 17:07:41

Sneer at the customer. Keep your colleagues on edge. Claim credit. Speak first. Put your feet on the table. Withhold approval. Instill fear. Interrupt. Ask for more. And by all means, take that last doughnut. You deserve it. #

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