On the psychology of mass killer Anders Behring Breivik.
Tuesday, May 19
“She has no theories, for example, to explain why she, of all people, felt unburdened by the unspoken rules marking certain subjects off limits for children, or why, for that matter, she has that particular gift, that ability to recall the emotional experiences of adolescence, the confusion, the longing, the rivalries — the memories, in other words, that most of us try to bury as quickly and deeply as we can.”
An oral history of Industrial Lights & Magic, which gave birth to Star Wars and countless films, as well as playing a hand in the creation of Photoshop and Pixar.
In an upscale Denver condo, twice-a-month they convened from Thursday to Sunday with 95 percent-pure Shabu.
Monday, May 18
The Bandidos, Texas’s biggest motorcycle gang, say goodbye to one of their own.
“A legend is growing in Nepal, where people say a meditating boy hasn’t eaten or drunk in seven months. He barely moves, just sits under a tree, still as a stone. It’s impossible, some say. Is it a miracle? A hoax? Let’s find out.”George Saunders on the Longform Podcast
From the insanity of U.S. gun law to the history of management consulting, the politics of Planned Parenthood to Wonder Woman’s feminist past — browse our complete archive of articles by Jill Lepore.
Dave Wilsey was among the American soldiers who liberated Dachau. The letters he left behind complicate the story.
Sunday, May 17
Paul Gayle wants to raise his daughter, but he needs a job and a home. What he gets is 16 lessons on fatherhood from the Obama administration.
How one community is struggling to understand and respond to a cluster of suicides.
On two gay men in Pennsylvania who tried, and failed, to build a commune of their own.