Sean O'Kane

Reporter at The Verge, photographer, New Yorker.

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Sean O'Kane

1 day ago

How a Deal to Bring Autonomous Vehicles to Walt Disney World Blew Up

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22 days ago

The NPC meme went viral when the media gave it oxygen

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22 days ago

“I was planning on doing the book in 2011, but then I was kidnapped in Libya.”

Lynsey Addario Risked Her Life to Bring Us These Amazing Photographs

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23 days ago

The American Economy Is Rigged

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24 days ago

Silicon Valley hoped the Khashoggi story would go away; instead, it may end an era

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24 days ago

An American campaign tee is trendy in Asia. Its popularity has nothing to do with the US.

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24 days ago

How a Garden for the Poor Became a Playground for the Rich

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24 days ago

How Manhattan Became a Rich Ghost Town

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31 days ago

Where in the World Is Denmark’s $2 Billion?

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34 days ago

Inside Coalchella, the Minecraft music festival that had brands everywhere (sort of)

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34 days ago

Kanye's Love For Trump Actually Makes Perfect Sense

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34 days ago

I’m Dying. Here Is What I Refuse to Accept With Serenity.

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37 days ago

“The knee was hit in Moscow, the leg kicked in New York.”

Was There a Connection Between a Russian Bank and the Trump Campaign?

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43 days ago

Devin Nunes’s Family Farm Is Hiding a Politically Explosive Secret

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46 days ago

Revealed: The F1 Teams Fuelled With $150 Million Of Government Money

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50 days ago

Has Anyone Seen Roman Abramovich? The Last Days of Londongrad

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55 days ago

How does a food become a trend? Ask cauliflower.

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63 days ago

In Search of Tut’s Lost Death Mask

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64 days ago

A Spy Story: Sergei Skripal Was a Little Fish. He Had a Big Enemy.

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64 days ago

Silicon Is Just Sand

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65 days ago

Apple might kill the iPhone home button for good. One question: Why?

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76 days ago

Trump’s Top Targets in the Russia Probe Are Experts in Organized Crime

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77 days ago

The Unbearable Sameness of Cities

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79 days ago

The Logan Paul vs. KSI fight exposed an ugliness that’s older than YouTube

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79 days ago

Why Japanese Women Dominate America's Pastime

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79 days ago

China Built the World’s Largest Telescope. Then Came the Tourists

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82 days ago

Washington Is Turning Into Moscow

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92 days ago

This Is So Much Bigger Than Paul Manafort

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97 days ago

This is modern American politics, folks: rotten to its very marrow. Corruption is eating the United States alive.

America for sale

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103 days ago

Parts Known: Anthony Bourdain and the Passage of Time While Living on TV

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107 days ago

The $3 Billion Plan to Turn Hoover Dam Into a Giant Battery

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109 days ago

Andrew Zimmern Says Food Trends Don’t Matter Because the Planet Is Dying

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114 days ago

Bad romance

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129 days ago

Survival of the Richest

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133 days ago

Captain America No. 1, by Ta-Nehisi Coates, Annotated

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133 days ago

Their reaction to The Last Jedi proved exactly why it needed to be made.

The Beautiful, Ugly, and Possessive Hearts of Star Wars

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133 days ago

The Thanos subreddit is gleefully heading for mass slaughter

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138 days ago

The Crew 2 is an uncanny mess and I’m enjoying it anyway

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143 days ago

Thermostats, Locks and Lights: Digital Tools of Domestic Abuse

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Sean O'Kane

151 days ago

Is it a disappointment to hear that some of Rage 2’s villains will be modeled to share my birth defect? Yes, absolutely. Is it a relief to hear someone simply say sorry? More than I could have imagined, to be frank.

When I asked about Rage 2’s worst character, I got an unexpected response

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151 days ago

How the I.R.S. Could Punish Trump and His Foundation

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153 days ago

A Stampede of Meatless Products Overrun Grocery Store Meat Cases

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155 days ago

Michelle Wolf Couldn’t Escape D.C. Fast Enough

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165 days ago

Warren Buffett's Predatory Lender Charges Minorities A Lot More

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169 days ago

Your Recycling Gets Recycled, Right? Maybe, or Maybe Not

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172 days ago

Contrast this to the personal and professional honor of the sitting president of the United States, who time and again makes small choices guided by self-interest, ego, impulse and immediate self-gratification," they wrote. "He could never do what we ask our U.S. Naval Academy graduates to do. He is a physical coward, a liar and no leader at all

Navy graduates deride 'physical coward' Trump ahead of Academy commencement address

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174 days ago

Ibiza Doesn’t Work As a Hangout Vacation Movie, or a Rom-Com

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175 days ago

The problem with Arrested Development is right there in the name

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176 days ago

When Tillerson was fired, this March, eight of the ten most senior positions at State were unfilled, leaving no one in charge of arms control, human rights, trade policy, or the environment.

The Diplomat Who Quit the Trump Administration

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177 days ago

Clearly, the Republican majorities in the Congress will do nothing about this gathering threat to the constitutional legitimacy of the government as a whole. Therefore, those majorities have to be pushed and threatened to get them to move

The American Republic Is Fighting for Its Life

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