The first profile of the disgraced journalist.
Thursday, May 15
Wednesday, May 14
A profile of Jill Abramson from her first weeks as executive editor of The New York Times.
Leslie Jamison has written for The Believer, Harper's and The New York Times. Her latest book is The Empathy Exams.
"I sort of love imagining a small army of 22-year-old men who are just like, 'Fuck that book, I wish it was never published.'"
Exploring the riddle of Morgellons disease: sufferers feel things crawling under their skin and hardly anyone believes them.
The California Dream is made possible by old water and big water. Unfortunately, the former doesn’t care about us, and the latter’s running dry.
Tuesday, May 13
The writings of Norwegian mass killer Anders Breivik are a copy-and-paste hodgepodge of “jeremiads against the scourge of cultural theory, lists of atrocities perpetuated by Muslims, and pages of derision of ‘female sluts,’ but also Wikipedia articles about sugar beet farming and investment tips.”
A Little League season in Camden, New Jersey, where the murder rate is 17 times the national average.
Monday, May 12
The saga of Naji Mansour.
Cory Booker, Chris Christie, and Mark Zuckerberg had a plan to reform Newark’s schools. They got an education.