In spite of the boiling-hot anticipation of its release, no one had much fun making this movie.
A novelist’s memoir of depression, whose “intrinsic malevolence” as a disease brought him close to suicide.
Seth Rogen, Amy Pascal, and the inside story of Sony’s hacking saga.
How Harper Lee was duped into signing away the rights to To Kill a Mockingbird, which still sells 750,000 copies per year, and how she’s fighting to get them back.
Ripping out the guts of an “utterly preposterous document”: the Starr Report on the Monica Lewinsky scandal.
On the psychological damage punitive isolation inflicts upon Guantánamo and American prisoners alike.
With a brutal cancer prognosis, a woman learns to live on borrowed time.Winner of the 2006 National Magazine award for essays and criticism.
Without fanfare—indeed, with some misgivings about its new status—China has just overtaken the United States as the world’s largest economy.
When massive ships sink, burn, fall apart or get stuck, their owners call Nick Sloane. His job: figure out how to save as much as he can.
A history of the war between Amazon and the book industry.
Fifty years later, the men who stole priceless gems from the Museum of Natural History recall the crime.