Monday, March 31

The 15-year-old who flummoxed the SEC, the precarious existence of NFL placekickers, a world tour of economic collapse and much more.

Our archive of articles by Michael Lewis.

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On the life and death of Avonte Oquendo, a 14-year-old autistic boy who disappeared in October after walking out of his New York City school.

Previously: Robert Kolker on the Longform Podcast.

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A mid-career profile of Johnny Cash.

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How Brad Katsuyama, a trader at the sleepy Royal Bank of Canada, discovered that the stock market was rigged and assembled a team to change it.

Adapted from Flash Boys: A Wall Street Revolt.

Sunday, March 30

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Leland Yee was a career San Francisco politician known for championing open government and gun control. For the last few years, he was also the main target of an elaborate undercover investigation, during which he traded political favors for cash, tried to sell $2 million worth of weapons to a medical marijuana kingpin and worked closely with well-known Chinatown gangster named Raymond “Shrimp Boy” Chow.

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An adventure on an Alaskan glacier with a new best friend.

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Watching a brain surgeon at work.

Saturday, March 29

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Dick Cheney and the political history of warrantless surveillance.

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On the experience of having a stroke.

Friday, March 28

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The murder of an Iranian band in Brooklyn by one of their own.

Previously: Nancy Jo Sales on the Longform Podcast.

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Race and major league pitcher Chris Archer.