Thursday, March 1


Online Poker Kings Get Cashed Out

How the Justice Department killed a $2.5 billion industry.


Inside the High Tech Hunt for a Missing Silicon Valley Legend

When computer science legend Jim Gray disappeared, his friends and colleagues – including Bill Gates and Larry Ellison – used every technological tool at their disposal to try to find him.


Whatever Happened to Ted Turner?

The Mouth of the South is leading a relatively quiet life.

Wednesday, February 29


The Malice at the Palace

An oral history of the Pacers/Pistons melee in 2004.


Securitate In All But Name

A Romanian-German novelist on being pursued by Ceaucescu’s secret police.


Luv and War at 30,000 Feet

The story of Southwest Airlines.


Life, With Dementia

On prisoners with Alzheimer’s disease and their incarcerated caretakers.

Tuesday, February 28


A Silicon Valley Tale of Humiliation and Revenge

He was fired from the company he helped create, YouSendIt. Then the cyberattacks started.


Opium's Varied Dreams

"Opium does not deprive you of your senses. It does not make a madman of you. But drink does. See? Who ever heard of a man committing murder when full of hop. Get him full of whiskey and he might kill his father."

A journey into New York’s turn-of-the-century opium dens to find out who gets hooked and why.


Lives of the Saints

Mormonism’s past and present.

Monday, February 27


The Gary Oldman Story That Almost Wasn't

The strange saga of a 2009 Gary Oldman profile that his manager, Douglas Urbanski, aggressively sought to kill.

"Mr. Heath's motives are dishonest in the least...supposed 'journalism' at its very lowest...while Mr. Heath may find his sloppy reporting cute, in fact it is destructive, and he knows it...his out of context and uninformed pot shots...out of context swipes at me...stretching the most basic rules of certain ways has aspects of a thinly disguised hit piece... a hole filled swiss cheese of wrong facts, misleading insinuations, and in general lazy, substandard, agendized non-reporting...again and again Mr. Heath attempts to turn the piece into a political piece...GQ has allowed Heath to go for the cheap shot..."