A eulogy for the activist.
Saturday, January 12
Friday, January 11
A reporter who investigated Scientology tracks down the man who once ran the church’s intelligence operations – and who may hold the secret to years of harassment (and the mysterious death of a pet dog).
The author travels to Dubai; Arab children see snow for the first time, which is made by a Kenyan.
Thursday, January 10
An investigation into the death of a sacred white buffalo and the man who raised it.
Tales of mayhem on the set of The Canyons.
After offending Richard Marx, the author meets him to hash things out.
Wednesday, January 9
A profile of the 23-year-old woman who was savagely raped on a private bus as it circled New Delhi.
Charles Duhigg is a New York Times reporter and author of The Power of Habit.
"The stuff that gets cut out gets cut out for a reason. The discipline of space is always a good discipline. If it deserves to be read, it shouldn't be on the cutting room floor ... If it ends up on the cutting room floor, there's usually a reason why."
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