Thomas Pogge is a Yale professor and one of the world’s most prominent ethicists. He also stands accused of sexually harassing his female students.
Shot and killed just shy of his 18th birthday, Deonte Hoard was one of 489 homicide victims in Chicago last year. How this happened—and how it keeps happening—is both one person’s story and the story of how a community has been forced to adjust to murder as an everyday fact of life.
Fifty years ago, Rona Barrett forged a Hollywood gossip empire. Then she left it all behind, her innovations attributed to others, her legacy almost entirely overlooked.Previously: Anne Helen Patersen on the Longform Podcast
Riding through Detroit with the author of The Turner House.
A history of the women’s television channel and its push to employ female writers and directors long before it became an issue in Hollywood.
Patients say it feels like they’re drowning. Doctors say there’s nothing wrong. One thing is certain: medical professionals are finding they may not know as much about the nose as they’d thought.
A profile of Google’s new CEO, “the most powerful tech giant you’ve never heard of.”
Most of the country is trying to keep guns out of schools. A town in rural Idaho is taking the opposite approach.
At Nancy Reagan’s memorial, Hillary Clinton praised her fellow former first lady for “starting a national conversation” about AIDS. That is not how everyone remembers it.
Searching for meaning at Baldwin’s soon-to-be-demolished home in France.