More than 100 years after they were discovered, we’re still looking for an answer as to why blood types exist.
Tuesday, July 15
The debate surrounding Truvada, the first drug approved by the FDA to prevent HIV.
Thursday, July 10
Tuesday, July 8
A profile of anthropologist Nancy Scheper-Hughes, who has spent her career uncovering a hidden global market in human flesh.
Monday, July 7
Saturday, July 5
In the bayou south of New Orleans, a program called the Nurse-Family Partnership tries to reverse the life chances for babies born into extreme poverty. Sometimes, it actually succeeds.
Friday, July 4
A family struggles as a 42-year-old husband, father and son becomes increasingly isolated.
Thursday, July 3
It’s legal to buy poppy seeds in America and it’s legal to plant them—unless you’re familiar with the simple process of turning them into opium, that is. Then having poppies in your garden is a felony.
Severely depressed snow leopards, obsessive-compulsive brown bears, phobic zebras and the inner lives of other captive creatures.
Tuesday, July 1
The story of Jim Olson and his Tumor Paint dream.
Previously: Brendan I. Koerner on the Longform Podcast.