Paul Bremer was briefly the Bush administration’s point person in Iraq. His decisions would have lasting consequences.
Saturday, March 12
Monday, March 7
Wednesday, March 2
How a young Afghan trucking-company owner became spectacularly rich.
Tuesday, March 1
Wayne Simmons was ideal conservative commentator. A former C.I.A. operative, he ate lunch with Donald Rumsfeld, took trips to Guantánamo aboard Air Force Two, and pumped the party line on Fox News. There was only one problem: Simmons had never been in the C.I.A.
Friday, February 26
The story of freelance journalist Anna Therese Day.
Monday, February 8
An ex-SEAL turns to “ocean therapy” to cope with chronic pain and PTSD.Previously: The Longform Guide to Surfing
Sunday, January 31
The surprising bond between damaged birds and traumatized veterans.
Thursday, January 28
A father’s search for meaning and justice five years after his son was killed during the Tahrir Square uprising.
Saturday, January 23
A war criminal’s life on the run.
Friday, January 22
More than 4 million Syrians have fled the war. 2,647 have made it to the United States.
Wednesday, January 20
The final days of the last Navy SEAL to die in Afghanistan.
Wednesday, December 30
Why “the legal equivalent of outer space” continues to exist, fifteen years after 9/11.