Tuesday, June 7


Anthony Weiner’s Long, Long Audition

A profile of the up-and-coming New York politician, who at the time was toying with a run for mayor.

Monday, June 6


The Redeemer

A profile of filmmaker Pedro Almodóvar during the 2004 Cannes International Film Festival.


The Man Who Sees Another Crash

Bob Rodriguez, the oracular mutual fund manager with the best record over the last quarter century and two correctly-predicted crashes under his belt, says another spectacular crash is on its way within five years.


The Baddest Lawyer in the History of Jersey

On the complete corruption of Paul Bergin, a federal attorney turned high-priced defense lawyer now awaiting trial on a host of charges.

If Paul is guilty of half the things they say, he’d be the craziest, most evil lawyer in the history of the State of New Jersey. That is saying something.

Sunday, June 5


Watching the Murder of an Innocent Man

In a shantytown near Johannesburg, an angry mob committed a horrifying crime that was caught on video.

Friday, June 3


AIDS: A New Disease’s Deadly Odyssey

A dispatch from the early days of AIDS:

It is as relentless as leukemia, as contagious as hepatitis, and its cause has eluded researchers for more than two years.


Gaétan Dugas and the 'AIDS Mary' myth

The Canadian scapegoat of the AIDS epidemic.


For Victims of AIDS, Support in a Lonely Siege

A brutal story from the Times’ cub Metro reporter:

''We're dying,'' he said. ''Why is this happening? Is it because we loved each other too much or not enough?"


The Invention of Patient Zero

It was the worst AIDS crisis in years—until it wasn’t.


Hunting for the Hidden Killers: AIDS

Pathologists and epidemiologists take on “the confounding killer known as AIDS.”


In Which We Are Back In Nigeria Now

On returning to Lagos after years abroad.

It is always understood when you leave Nigeria as a Nigerian that you will return at some point.