How a Pulitzer-finalist, 34-part-series of investigative journalism vanishes from the internet.
Friday, October 16
A portrait of Speidi today, complete with crystals, tequila and a vacillation “between having no regrets and having many.”
The possibilities and limits of investigative reporting.
Thursday, October 15
Meet Steve Bannon. He’s a former naval officer and Goldman Sachs banker who, as executive chairman of Breitbart News and the founding chairman of the Government Accountability Institute, is set on driving the narrative of the 2016 presidential election.
Thursday, October 8
Wednesday, October 7
Why The Undefeated, a site announced more than two years ago, still hasn’t launched.
Tuesday, October 6
Sunday, October 4
A profile of Joe Biden, written not long after the car crash that killed his wife and daughter.
Tuesday, September 29
A profile of Business Insider CEO and editor-in-chief Henry Blodget.
Monday, September 28
Inside the paranoid world of Nike headquarters, where people are worried that Adidas might finally be capable of taking over the sneaker industry.
Thursday, September 24
How the “genial Bavarian” version of Adolf Hitler became a global media celebrity, “a plain-living gentleman with a soft spot for dogs and children.”
Friday, September 18
While a Marine stationed in Afghanistan, Austin Tice decided he wanted to become a war photographer. He entered Syria and filed stories for McClatchy and the Washington Post. Then he disappeared.