Reflection on Living Ten Decades. How New Yorker Cartoons Get Made.

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ProPublica senior reporter Charles Ornstein argues that small-scale medical breaches are more harmful than massive hacks. Director Leah Wolchock and New Yorker cartoon editor Bob Mankoff discuss how the magazine's signature cartoons are made and selected. New Yorker senior fiction editor Roger Angell talks about his new book on living, and writing, in his tenth decade. Science writer Bob Berman explains how motion shapes everything in the universe.