More Reflections on 2013
This week we’ve been bringing you some of our thoughts on 2013: the good, the bad, and the ugly. Here are a few more ThinkProgress items you might find of interest as the year comes to a close.
Travis Waldron from ThinkProgress Sports, a new section launched this year, writes about the most influential man in sports in 2013. It’s probably not who you think it is. He also took a look back on the year in sportswriting.
Building on her earlier pieces on the year in books and movies, today Alyssa Rosenberg focuses on the year in television.
Writing over at Climate Progress, Emily Atkin takes a deep dive on 45 fossil fuel disasters the industry doesn’t want you to know about. On the positive side of the ledger, Kiley Kroh and Jeff Spross look at 13 major clean energy breakthroughs in 2013.
While House Republicans refused to take up immigration reform this year, Esther Yu-Hsi Lee and Rebecca Leber highlight 8 of this year’s wins on immigration. 2013 also saw the Obama administration’s record pace of deportations slow.
Was 2013 a good year to be an international journalist? Annie-Rose Strasser details the threats journalists faced this year.
Tomorrow, we’ll be back at you with some final thoughts on 2013 before the Progress Report takes a break for the holidays.
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