A 9-part series on the past, present and future of the BBC.
Friday, August 29
A personal history of Soldier of Fortune magazine and the mercenary-wannabes who read and wrote it.
Established media companies used to sue YouTube. Now they’re betting on it.
Thursday, August 28
Wednesday, August 27
Retracing Hunter S. Thompson’s steps 40 years later.
Tuesday, August 26
Spun-off from Time Warner and saddled with $1.3 billion in debt as a parting gift, the once-mighty Time Inc needs to reinvent itself. Fast.
Friday, August 22
Bryan Goldberg’s site for women was widely mocked when it launched a year ago. Today it has 15 million readers per month and some of its harshest early critics are on the payroll.
Thursday, August 21
While war raged across Afghanistan, expats lived in a bubble of good times and easy money. But as the U.S. withdraws, life has taken a deadly turn.
Tuesday, August 19
On the trail of Austin Tice and the late James Foley, freelance journalists who were kidnapped in Syria in 2012.
Saturday, August 16
When Kenneth Jarecke photographed the charred remains of an Iraqi soldier during the Gulf War, he thought it might help challenge the popular narrative of a clean, uncomplicated battle. He was wrong.
Monday, August 11
On PEPFAR, the President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief, and the experience of covering AIDS in Africa.