New York Times Magazine
How internet trolls dangerously exploit over-militarized police.
Bomb makers—including ISIS—have been on a quest to obtain red mercury, a weapon reputed to be powerful enough to “create the city-flattening blast of a nuclear bomb.” They haven’t found it yet. That might be because it doesn’t exist.
The daily life and dwindling hopes of a 12-year-old Syrian refugee.
She told the family of a severely disabled man that she could help him to communicate with the outside world. Then she said they were in love.
The possibilities and limits of investigative reporting.
What happened when one of San Francisco’s most notorious underworld bosses tried to go clean.
The ragtag group of fighters from America and Europe who joined the fight against extremists in Syria don’t seem to know what they are doing.
‘‘Just imagine what it was like to be him,’’ Walton added. ‘‘It was 50 years of him being 18 inches taller than everyone and having the brain that he had. Imagine being this jazz head coming up during black power. This is just a dude who has a different head.’’