Are we at war? The U.S. government’s evolving response to cyber security and its impact on privacy.
Monday, October 25
Friday, October 22
Spilling to nearly book-length across two issues of Rolling Stone; a Manson-contemporary cult group rises out of a jug band, builds a fortress in the Boston ghetto, bullies control of a community newspaper, swallows a successful actor, fractures, splits for California, and attempts to describe to the reporter the enigma that is Mel Lyman.
Why Darwin’s theory of sexual selection is wrong and “gayness is a necessary side effect of getting along.”
On the set of Afghanistan’s first soap opera and at home with its cast.
When it comes to representing pharmaceutical companies, a doctor’s medical record is far less important than his or her ability to sell.
Thursday, October 21
An 18-month investigation proves reveals how easy it is to get away with murder in Baltimore.
Far outside of Juarez, villagers in rural areas are trapped without supplies or protection as rival cartels attempt to starve each other out of ranch hideouts. A heavily armed convoy attempts to deliver pensions behind siege lines.
A profile of Ernie Adams, Bill Belichick’s mysterious right hand man.
Wednesday, October 20
A profile of Edna Buchanan, a Pulitzer Prize-winning crime reporter for the Miami Herald during its heyday.
Li Dao, a young Minnesota nurse, appeared in suicide chat rooms, contacted the most desperate, and made pacts to die with them via webcam. After some in the forum caught on, Dao disappeared; or rather, Dao had never existed at all. She was a middle-aged man. And he may have encouraged and witnessed dozens of live suicides.
A story of gambling addiction, in seven parts.