The international battle over 17 tons of coins discovered by an American deep-sea treasure hunting company.
Friday, June 8
The story of Bowe Bergdahl, a soldier who walked off his base in Afghanistan only to be captured by the Taliban.
Thursday, June 7
Meet Faygele ben Miriam, the radical activist “beyond the leading edge” of the same-sex marriage fight.
The story of Christopher and Jeffrey George, the twin proprietors of a pain clinic empire.
John Dirr’s son Eli didn’t really have cancer. In fact, neither Eli nor John Dirr ever existed.
A decade-long Internet hoax unravels.
Wednesday, June 6
A trip to Disneyland in the mid-1960s.Previously posted on Longform.org on January 25th, 2012.
How Google’s utopian/dystopian plan to scan the world’s books failed and the Harvard-led team that’s picking up the pieces.
The Horace Mann School’s secret history of sexual abuse.
An ode to professional basketball players and why pro ball is the best ball of all.
Tuesday, June 5
“Strong-arm methods, including murder, are common in the illicit narcotics traffic. After a major international narcotics ring was broken up last year, two of the- twenty-four defendants were murdered before completion of the trial. One was shot down in the Bronx; the burned body of the other was found near Rochester, New York. The business executive, factory worker, and housewife never encounter the seamy side, but this is what their bets are financing. Again I ask, Is this really the way the American people want it to be?”
What happens when you combine golf, solitaire and a Caddyshack-esque gopher?
From USA Today: “Every once in a while a game comes along that’s so engrossing you can’t simply put it down… add Fairway Solitaire to that coveted list…Even if you’re not a fan of golf…Good luck with getting anything done in the coming months.”click here.