Kim Goodsell had a pair of rare diseases. Doctors didn’t have the time to look for a link. So she taught herself genetics and found it herself.
Tuesday, August 19
Monday, August 18
On the anger that led to the Watts Riots of 1965, the mistakes made during those six days in August, and how little changed afterward.
The rise and fall of a chubby Idaho pizza delivery boy turned weed kingpin.
On a childhood fascination with the mid-18th century battle.
In 1984, Jacqui met Bob Lambert at an animal-rights protest. They fell in love, had a son. Then Bob disappeared. It would take 25 years for Jacqui to learn that he had been working undercover.
Sunday, August 17
On Cops, cop movies and Ferguson.
Previously: Wesley Morris on the Longform Podcast.
A profile of the Megaupload founder, who has started a political party in New Zealand as the U.S. continues to fight for his extradition.
Once their careers end, pro wrestlers often fall into emotional and physical disrepair. One of their own, Diamond Dallas Page, has a fix.
Saturday, August 16
When Kenneth Jarecke photographed the charred remains of an Iraqi soldier during the Gulf War, he thought it might help challenge the popular narrative of a clean, uncomplicated battle. He was wrong.
Fiction Pick of the Week: "The Time I Spent On A Commercial Whaling Ship Totally Changed My Perspective On The World"
“Call me Ishmael. Some years ago—never mind how long precisely—having little or no money in my purse, and nothing particular to interest me on shore, I thought I would sail about a little and see the watery part of the world.”