What it was like to report on feminism for Playboy in 1969.
Tuesday, March 22
Wednesday, March 16
Monday, March 14
Friday, March 11
Kate del Castillo, the actress who brought Sean Penn to Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzmán, tells her side of the story.
Wednesday, March 9
She was mocked for her clothes and for her hair. Tabloids published nude photos of her and covered her custody fight. The defense called her hysterical. The judge condescended to her. She lost. And then she became a punchline. Twenty years later, thanks in part to The People v. O.J. Simpson, Marcia Clark is finally being seen in full.
Friday, March 4
These Journalists Dedicated Their Lives to Telling Other People’s Stories. What Happens When No One Wants to Print Their Words Anymore?
The post-newsroom lives of veteran newspaper reporters who have lost their jobs.
Tuesday, March 1
Wayne Simmons was ideal conservative commentator. A former C.I.A. operative, he ate lunch with Donald Rumsfeld, took trips to Guantánamo aboard Air Force Two, and pumped the party line on Fox News. There was only one problem: Simmons had never been in the C.I.A.
Monday, February 29
The original article that inspired the movie Spotlight.
Friday, February 26
The story of freelance journalist Anna Therese Day.
Wednesday, February 24
The real story of a fabricator.
Thursday, February 18
Inside a world where a user named Pizza can amass millions of followers, transform internet humor, get caught peddling diet pills in get-rich-quick schemes, and have her blog shut down—all before graduating high school.
Monday, February 15
Harvey Levin runs a gossip site that operates like an intelligence agency.