Thursday, June 20

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Saturday, June 15

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Chemically Burned

The battle over safety at chemical plants amidst the death of a worker.

Friday, June 14

Wednesday, June 12

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Modern Warfare

The bizarre battle over the Call of Duty video game franchise.

Sunday, June 9

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Are Coders Worth It?

On cushy jobs in web development, deeply un-cushy opportunities in writing, and our assumptions about the value of labor.

Friday, June 7

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Welcome to Mogadishu

A portrait of the Somali capital.

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Silent War

Tracing a secretive cyber-war’s battles and casualties.

Friday, May 31

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Women As Bosses

“Some companies are beginning to allow women to take their management-training courses. A woman sitting in on an executive conference is less of a shock to the male than she was only a few years ago. A few big companies–R.C.A., the Home Life Insurance Co., and the New York Central, for example–have even ushered women into the board room.”

Friday, May 24

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The Man Who Knew Too Much

The story of a tobacco industry whistleblower.

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When Hollywood Wants Good, Clean Fun, It Goes to Mormon Country

Inside Brigham Young University’s successful animation program.

Thursday, May 23

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Freeway Rick Is Dreaming

A profile of legendary L.A. crack dealer Freeway Rick Ross, now out of jail and trying to sell everything from weaves to his own biopic, written by a journalist who has known him for decades.

Tuesday, May 21

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For John Carona, Conflicts and Interests

On the blurry ethical lines in the part-time Texas state legislature, where politicians and CEO’s are one and the same.