On director Steve McQueen and his film 12 Years a Slave.
Dan P. Lee
Filmmaker Alfonso Cuarón and his four years of production on Gravity.
A profile of Beck on the eve of his new album and nearly 20 years after the release of “Loser.”
A father’s life, one year after the death of his three daughters in a fire.
A survey of sex on a Saturday night in New York City.
An investigation into how a 19-year-old college freshman ended up buried in a landfill.
A 21-year-old falls into a coma from which he’ll never emerge. His mother, desperate to grant his wish of becoming a father, has his sperm preserved. Two years later, after a fruitless search for other alternatives, she finds a willing doctor and tries one last option: carrying her son’s child herself.
A profile of Harold Camping, a Christian radio host who (falsely) predicted the end of the world.
A woman is killed. Her husband is accused. A famous/infamous medical examiner investigates.
What’s going on here isn’t just science. It’s something deeper, something stranger, something at the same time both terrifying and fascinating.
Intended for cremation, 244 bodies are instead harvested for organs and tissue. The story of the families of the dead, the men who profited off the scheme, and the unwitting recipients of black market body parts.