On the lobotomizing of 2,000 U.S. veterans after World War II.
Saturday, December 14
Monday, December 9
Sunday, December 8
Did the Obama Administration ignore evidence that someone other than Assad could be behind the sarin attacks?
Monday, December 2
Visiting Cambodia, and a Khmer Rouge prison camp, 30 years after the genocide.
He was the poster boy for the movement to repeal “don’t ask, don’t tell.” Now Dan Choi is sleeping on a couch, smoking too much weed, watching TED talks and wondering what he’ll do with the rest of his life.
Friday, November 29
A Bosnian social psychologist who studies guilt and responsibility in the collective memory (and denial) of Sreberbica, which is “among the most scientifically documented mass killings in history.”
Thursday, November 28
A political history of Donald Rumsfeld.
Sunday, November 24
The fight to vaccinate children in the border regions between Pakistan and Afghanistan as part of an attempt to eradicate polio worldwide.
Thursday, November 21
Sixty years later, a dishonorably discharged World War I veteran makes one final appeal. The 1980 winner of the Pulitzer Prize for Feature Writing.
Wednesday, November 20
A technical explanation of the real program to sabotage Iran’s nuclear facilities.
Tuesday, November 19
A profile of Eliot Higgins, whose blog, Brown Moses, has become required reading at intelligence agencies, human rights organizations, and news outlets around the world.
Tuesday, November 12
A profile of Perry Fellwock, a.k.a. Winslow Peck, who exposed the NSA in an 1972 article for Ramparts magazine.