Wednesday, January 8

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Structure

The art of shaping a magazine article.

Friday, January 3

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Remote Control

Tonya Harding, Nancy Kerrigan and the “why me?” misheard around the world.

Wednesday, December 4

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All the News That’s Fit to Print Out

On the volunteer “Wikipedians” who devote their free time to editing Wikipedia.

Tuesday, November 19

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Inside the One-Man Intelligence Unit That Exposed the Secrets and Atrocities of Syria's War

A profile of Eliot Higgins, whose blog, Brown Moses, has become required reading at intelligence agencies, human rights organizations, and news outlets around the world.

Saturday, November 9

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Enemy of the State

A visit to Glenn Greenwald’s house in Rio.

Tuesday, October 22

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On the Ground With Syria's News Smugglers

How citizen journalists are covering the war.

Saturday, October 19

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Michael Ferro Isn't Worried

When an antsy tech entrepreneur takes over a struggling newspaper.

Sunday, October 13

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The Real Story of Lavabit's Founder

Meet Ladar Levison, Edward Snowden’s email provider.

Thursday, October 10

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The Obama Administration and the Press

The White House’s unprecedented crackdown on reporters.

Sunday, September 29

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The Spy Who Loved Us

On Pham Xuan An, Time’s Saigon correspondent during the Vietnam War, who led a double life as an intelligence agent for Ho Chi Minh.

Friday, September 13

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David and Daniel

Forty years after the dirty wars and Pinochet’s coup, photographer David Burnett journeys back to Chile to visit the subject of his most famous image.

Monday, September 9

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I Am Large, I Contain Multitudes

A profile of Roseanne Barr and her multiple personalities.