The daily life and dwindling hopes of a 12-year-old Syrian refugee.
Two pairs of identical twins mismatched in a hospital happen upon each other in their twenties.Susan Dominus on the Longform podcast.
“She has no theories, for example, to explain why she, of all people, felt unburdened by the unspoken rules marking certain subjects off limits for children, or why, for that matter, she has that particular gift, that ability to recall the emotional experiences of adolescence, the confusion, the longing, the rivalries — the memories, in other words, that most of us try to bury as quickly and deeply as we can.”
"Caught between the dealers and the cops in Hazleton, Pa., is a woman with a bad habit."
Previously: Susan Dominus on the Longform Podcast.
The world’s most famous child star grows up.
A profile of organizational psychologist Adam Grant, who argues that the key to success comes from helping others.
JPMorgan Chase’s $6 billion mistake and the woman who took the fall.
On Jenny Craig’s European expansion and how dieting differs in France and the States.
How a mysterious twitching epidemic overtook one Western New York town.
On the shared life of Tatiana and Krista Hogan:
[T]he girls’ doctors believe it is entirely possible that the sensory input that one girl receives could somehow cross that bridge into the brain of the other. One girl drinks, another girl feels it.