Sunday, April 24


The Massive Land Deal That Could Change the West Forever

In Utah, an unlikely leader is looking to end the state’s land-use wars.

Wednesday, April 20


Chicago After Laquan McDonald

The activists fighting for police reform in the wake of a video that showed a black teenager shot 16 times by a white cop.

Thursday, April 14


The Secret Rules of the Internet

On the history of content moderation and what it means for the future of free speech.

Previously: "The Laborers Who Keep Dick Pics and Beheadings Out of Your Facebook Feed"

Tuesday, April 12


The Sugar Conspiracy

Fat doesn’t make us fat. So why has science led us to believe otherwise?

Friday, April 8


The War on Planned Parenthood

“As an American woman, I currently have less reproductive autonomy than I would have had the day I was born.”

Monday, April 4


Operation Trump

Inside the most unorthodox campaign in political history.

Thursday, March 31


Confessions of a Political Hacker

How Andrés Sepúlveda rigged elections across Latin America.

Monday, March 28


Lost in Trumplandia

A report from the campaign trail.

Tuesday, March 22


Rob Ford, 1969–2016

An obituary for Toronto’s notorious former mayor.

Monday, March 21


A Week on the Trail With the “Disgusting Reporters” Covering Donald Trump

What it’s like to write about a candidate who hates you.

Friday, March 18


Debriefing Mike Murphy

A profile of the man who ran Jeb Bush’s $118 million super-PAC as he cleans out his office. Had Murphy been legally allowed to talk to the candidate during the election, here’s what he would have said: “What the fuck were we thinking?”

Saturday, March 12


Where Did ISIS Come From? The Story Starts Here.

Paul Bremer was briefly the Bush administration’s point person in Iraq. His decisions would have lasting consequences.