An essay on Floyd Mayweather Jr. as both.
Wednesday, April 29
The author visits City of Refuge in Pahokee, Florida, a community of more than 100 registered sex offenders.
Tuesday, April 28
How a 24-year-old nurse discovered Vegas, high-stakes gambling, and serial bank robbery.Previously: The Longform Guide to Bank Heists
How Ross Ulbricht went from idealistic used-book seller to murderous drug kingpin.
Monday, April 27
In 1965, Wheat was sentenced to death for armed robbery and murder. When his sentence was commuted, he decided to devote the rest of his life to helping people.
Wednesday, April 22
Doc was a medical student in his 40s, but he spent his nights with the teenagers who hung around his San Antonion apartment complex, buying them drugs and booze. The first time he asked one of them to ritualistically kill him, they laughed it off. He would ask again.
Sunday, April 19
The murder of a 34-year-old by a wig-wearing figure traces back to meth, an FBI sting and a former municipal judge who once sent a live copperhead snake to a foe through the U.S. mail.
Thursday, April 16
The author discovers devastating secrets while going through her late father’s belongings.
Wednesday, April 15
How pop-up tax preparers make billions off the poor.
Tuesday, April 14
The woman that the mixed martial arts star beat nearly to death tells her side of the story.
Sunday, April 12
In 1965, a mother was charged with killing her 5-year-old son and 4-year-old daughter in Queens. Fifty years later, it still isn’t clear if she did it.