In a Career of Reporting, These Are Stories That Still Touch Me

This week marks Nicholas Kristof's 35th anniversary at the New York Times. Regardless of your thoughts on his politics, it's hard to argue about his talent as a writer and storyteller. This week he shared some of the stories he has written that touched him the most ranging from The Tiananmen Massacre to a piece about children dying of malaria in India that prompted Bill and Melinda Gates to invest billions behind children's health. An amazing compilation, each worth a read.


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