The Fifteen Most-read Blog Posts of 2015

Arranged in chronological order, these are the newyorker.com articles our readers spent the most time on this year.
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    The Blame for the Charlie Hebdo Murders, by George Packer http://bit.ly/1YIOgD0
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    Unmournable Bodies, by Teju Cole http://bit.ly/1YMXGrR
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    I Switched to a Standing Desk, So Now You Should, Too, by Tom O’Donnell http://bit.ly/1OgXq2D
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    Did John Roberts Tip His Hand? by Jeffrey Toobin http://bit.ly/1Jc9Mc2
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    The Borowitz Report: Scientists: Earth Endangered by New Strain of Fact-Resistant Humans, by Andy Borowitz http://bit.ly/1Psvic2
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    Kalief Browder, 1993–2015, by Jennifer Gonnerman http://bit.ly/1knT5Pd
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    Can Reading Make You Happier? by Ceridwen Dovey http://bit.ly/1JEujAU
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    Everything I Am Afraid Might Happen If I Ask New Acquaintances to Get Coffee, by Hallie Cantor http://bit.ly/1QWTZjW
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    How to Stay Safe When the Big One Comes, by Kathryn Schulz http://bit.ly/1UdR97Z
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    All Scientists Should be Militant Atheists, by Lawrence M. Krauss http://bit.ly/1QWUEBU
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    Getting Jazz Right in the Movies, by Richard Brody http://bit.ly/1Vmqfw3
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    The Two Asian Americas, by Karan Mahajan http://bit.ly/1JEv4Ki
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    Telling the Truth About ISIS and Raqqa, by David Remnick http://bit.ly/1JcaGoY