Andrew Cohen is a contributing editor at The Atlantic. He is a legal analyst for 60 Minutes and CBS Radio News, a fellow at the Brennan Center for Justice, and commentary editor at The Marshall Project.


Calico stallion, captured Photo: Lisa Dearing

Calico stallion, captured-Photo: Lisa Dearing


Why I Write About Wild Horses– The Dodo 1/29/14

Why the Interior Department desperately needs beat reporters – The Week 2/19/14

A Grim Future Awaits the Nation’s Wild Horses – The Denver Post -11/13/13

Wild Horse Chaos, Thanks to Obama – Esquire 8/20/13

Wild Horse Articles published in by Andrew Cohen 2011-2013

Sally Jewell’s Hearing Made SCOTUS Confirmations Look Like ‘Gladiator’, March 2013
On Wild Horses, the Secretary of the Interior Needs to Listen to the Scientists, Nov 2013
After Wild Horse Report, Jewell Faces First Moment of Truth at Interior, June 2013
How the Department of the Interior Sold Out America’s Wild Horse, March 2013
7 Questions About Wild Horses for Interior Secretary Nominee Sally Jewell, March 2013
The Lasso Tightens Around America’s Wild Horses, Feb 2013
The Man Who Could Save America’s Wild Horses, Jan 2013
All the Pretty Horses: Ken Salazar to Leave Interior, Jan 2013
Are We Leading Our Wild Horses to Slaughter?, Oct 2012
On Wyoming’s Range, Water Is Scarce but Welfare Is Plenty, July 2012
The Feds Unnecessarily Round Up Wild Horses, Then Complain About Costs, May 2012
The Night Wild Horses Came to Manhattan, Nov 2011
On Wyoming’s Wild Horses, the BLM Unambitiously Responds, August 2011
The Quiet War Against Wyoming’s Wild Horses, August 2011
Wild Horses Are (Again) Losing Their Home on the Range, July 2011
Muckraking (Literally): Should It Be Illegal to Film Animal Abuse?, March 2011
Think Our Wild Horses Are Safe?, Jan 2011



Calico roundup Photo: Lisa Dearing

Calico roundup
Photo: Lisa Dearing