A Norwegian with an eye for detail travels across the country.
New York Times Magazine
In the age of citizen journalism, smartphones and streaming video, bearing witness to human rights violations is getting easier. Is it also making justice more complicated?
The young people fighting for democracy will be back.
Reconstructing the investigation into Rafik Hariri’s assassination, for which five men stand trial in absentia.
How the author’s father wrote over 400 pieces of “pirate porn, ghost porn, science-fiction porn, vampire porn, historical porn, time-travel porn, secret-agent porn, thriller porn, zombie porn and Atlantis porn.”
On the border, women and kids seeking asylum are being held in prisons.
The physical rigors of pregnancy tangle with the personal ambitions of a war photojournalist, without limiting her in the least.
A season with the New England Patriots’ 37-year-old quarterback.
A black 16-year-old lights a white, agender 18-year-old’s skirt on fire while riding the bus. Is it a hate crime? And what’s the appropriate punishment?
People with Prader-Willi syndrome, caused by a genetic defect, always feel as though they’re starving. How can you condition them to control their appetites when temptation is everywhere?
Private planes, caviar lunches and Little League.
Thousands of Korean children were sent abroad beginning in the 1950s. Now, many of them are returning to their country of origin.