Lauren spent six years of her childhood locked in a closet, starved and tortured by her birth mother and stepfather. Miraculously, she survived; that’s when her long road to recovery began.
Tuesday, October 29
What the popular game says about our subconscious.
A profile of the policy wonk who shone the light and turned the tide on overseas tax havens.
Monday, October 28
How Michael Manos, a.k.a. the Glam Scammer, a career con man who relied on a combination of fake reality TV shows and fake fundraisers to bilk people in Atlanta, Dallas, and D.C., finally got caught.
What neuroscience is learning from code-breakers and thieves.
Sunday, October 27
The rock critic confronts his favorite musician.
A profile of Brian Eno as he transitioned into installation art.
Exploring the vast underground world of New York City with three of the people who know it best.
How Service Corporation International corporatized death, driving growth through everything from aggresive acquisitions, volume pricing on caskets and embalming fluid, a “strong flu season,” and pre-selling over $7.5 billion worth of burials.