Executive Editor, Huffington Post Highline. Kiwi transplant.

Stealing the spotlight

listener.co.nz — Spotlight - the based-on-a-true-story news­paper procedural about a team of Boston Globe reporters who uncover a systemic paedophilia scandal within the Catholic Church - has to be one of the least likely Oscar darlings in Academy Awards history.

Everything Was New And Pretty Wondrous

huffingtonpost.com — On July 15, people all over the world watched a woman in a cubicle wait for a signal from three billion miles away. In a soft, clear voice, she confirmed that the New Horizons spacecraft had flown within 7,800 miles of Pluto and survived.

5 Things We Learned From Dr. Oz This Weekend

drozthegoodlife.com — ​​Don't worry if you missed Dr. Oz speak at the iHeartMediaLifestyle Health & Wellness Expo in New York City on Saturday. We've got his top five takeaways for boosting your health and happiness right here: 1. It's Okay to Eat Bacon There's been a lot of buzz recently about the health risks of bacon and other processed meats.

Prisoner 345 - Columbia Journalism Review

cjr.org — On December 15, 2001, early in the morning on the last day of Ramadan, a reporter and a cameraman from Al Jazeera arrived at the Pakistani town of Charman on the Afghanistan border, on their way to cover the American military operation.

"Everything Was New and Pretty Wondrous"

highline.huffingtonpost.com — On July 15, people all over the world watched a woman in a cubicle wait for a signal from three billion miles away. In a soft, clear voice, she confirmed that the New Horizons spacecraft had flown within 7,800 miles of Pluto and survived.

Meet The Woman Who Flew Us To Pluto

huffingtonpost.com — July 15, people all over the world watched a woman in a cubicle wait for a signal from three billion miles away. In a soft, clear voice, she confirmed that the New Horizons spacecraft had flown within

The Secret Women Are Keeping That's Taking Lives

womansday.com — Heart disease is the top health threat for women (more so than all cancers combined), yet more than 75% of women ages 25 to 60 rarely or never discuss heart disease with family and friends, according to a survey of more than 1,000 women commissioned by the Women's Heart Alliance.

The Health Issue You Must Discuss

womansday.com — When Sandy Musacchio first learned that she had heart disease nine years ago, she kept it a secret. "I was uncomfortable sharing with anyone because I had a hard time accepting it myself," she says. "I thought I was a healthy 40-year-old, and I believed heart disease was something that happened to overweight old men."

Channel Surfing - A Look at the Al Jazeera Cafe

lifeonthewedge.net — Every once in a while I find my natural born cynicism undergoes a forced correction. I'm a journalist. It's inbuilt. It happened recently with PF Changs Doha and yes, it's happened again. A week ago I received a truly interesting invitation to a preview of the Al Jazeera Cafe.

Something That Always Happens Right After Birth Is About To Change Forever

womansday.com — After 10 years, midwife Amanda Burleigh has finally succeeded in her fight to change the guidelines for cutting off the umbilical cord after birth. Since the 1950s, the standard for cutting the umbilical cord required that it be cut within seconds of the baby's birth.
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Sep 22, 2016

RT @zengerle: This entire @CitizenCohn piece is great but 2nd section on recent revolution in Dem policy thinking is esp important https://t.co/zuRPVmQBf8

Sep 18, 2016

Was going to screenshot an especially amusing bit from @zengerle's Joe Scarborough profile but there were too many:  http://www.gq.com/story/joe-scarborough-has-big-dreams-trump-musical 

Sep 04, 2016

Not online yet, but @rebeccamacfie's deeply reported @nzlistener story on HB water crisis and what it means for rest of NZ is a must-read.


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