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?
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Seventy years after three of the bloodiest days in U.S. history, the battle continues to bring the missing men home.
How Craig Venter’s bugs might save the world.
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.
Cheryl Shuman has been a coupon queen, an optician to the stars and the plaintiff in a lawsuit against Steven Segal. Now she’s the face of the high-end weed market.
More: The Longform Guide to Weed.
A Russian soldier vanishes in Ukraine.
The inside story of how Yahoo’s C.E.O. lost her way.
Stefan Simchowitz has supported dozens of emerging young artists. Why do so many people hate him?