How living off food stamps is making South Texans obese but leaving them hungry.
Monday, November 11
“Before I put down my phone, I took a picture of my son. I worried that if I didn’t I would never believe he had existed.”
Sunday, November 10
Returning to Forth Worth after two and a half defection years in the Soviet Union, Lee Harvey Oswald became friends with a Russian emigre family with a son of his age. After Kennedy was shot, they would be called on to translate the Secret Service interrogation of his young Russian wife.
The rise and fall of Intrade, the betting market for world events—elections, hurricanes, Academy Awards—and the death of its CEO near the top of Everest.
Saturday, November 9
An unlikely environmentalist exposes the natural gas industry’s leaky infrastructure.
Friday, November 8
A profile of former Rutgers basketball coach Mike Rice, who was fired in April after a video of him berating players went viral.
Bibek Dhong traveled from Nepal to Malaysia to test cameras for the new iPhone 5. When production ended abruptly, he and his coworkers found themselves stranded for two months without money, food or passports.
It mostly had to do with Patch, the executive’s hyperlocal and unprofitable baby.
Thursday, November 7
Evan Wright, a two-time National Magazine Award winner, is the author of Generation Kill.
"When people were killed, civilians especially, I realized I was the only person there who would write it down. I was frantic about getting names, and in the book there are a few Arabic names, some of the victims. Not that anyone cares. But I thought, 'At least somewhere there's a record of this.'"