Monday, April 29

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Sunday, April 28

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The Mind of a Con Man

How social psychologist Diederik Stapel committed and rationalized an audacious academic fraud, and what his lies reveal about the culture of scientific research.

The Longform Guide to Sad Retired Athletes

The Longform Guide to Sad Retired Athletes

Iverson, DiMaggio, Dykstra, Canseco, TO — a collection of picks on post-career woe.

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Edir Macedo, Brazil's Billionaire Bishop

“Which is the largest country in the world, economically speaking? It’s America, the United States. Do you know why? Because way back—this is history, you can look it up on the Internet—the colonization was done by men who believed in the word of God. And they were tithers. That’s why you see on the dollar bill: ‘In God we trust.”

Saturday, April 27

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My Foreign Mom

“I love my mother a not-normal amount.”

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A History of Like

Marketing research,the pre-Facebook history of ‘likeability,’ and why there will never be a ‘dislike’ button.

Friday, April 26

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Net Impact

A profile of Alexey Navalny, a Russian anti-corruption crusader.

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Our Feel-Good War on Breast Cancer

Why awareness isn’t saving lives.

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Carjack Victim Recounts His Harrowing Night

When a 26-year-old Chinese entrepreneur pulled over to answer a text message he was carjacked by Boston bombing suspect Tamerlan Tsarnaev. This is what happened that night and how he escaped.

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Show Yourself the Money

Aside from the wealthiest players, nine out of 10 NFL athletes are likely to be insolvent within 10 years of retirement. A new executive MBA program aims to change that.

Thursday, April 25

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Captured on Film

On dissident filmmakers in Syria.

The 2012 Livingston Awards Finalists

2012 Livingston Awards Finalists

The Livingston Awards honor the year’s best work by journliasts under the age of 35. Finalists in local, national, and international reporting were announced today—see the full list.