The Abortionist

Doc moves quickly. He takes off his windbreaker, tosses his leather bag on the counter and unzips it. He pulls out a slate-blue polyester vest, V-necked, with six buttons. He raises his arms and jumps into it and then says, with an air of deep satisfaction, "Aah." Doc is proud of his bulletproof vest.

A Requiem for Glenn Beck

  1. Is Glenn Beck the Most Annoying Man on TV?Benjamin Wallace | GQ | Sep 2007

  2. Mad Man: Is Glenn Beck Bad for America?David Von Drehle | Time | Sep 2009

  3. The Making of Glenn BeckAlexander Zaitchik | Salon | Sep 2009

  4. Unheavenly Host: Fox’s Latest BlowhardNancy Franklin | New Yorker | Nov 2009

  5. Glenn Beck, Inc.Lacey Rose | Forbes | Apr 2010

  6. Being Glenn BeckMark Leibovich | NYT Magazine | Nov 2009

  7. The Beck of RevelationMark Lilla | NY Review of Books | Dec 2010

The Boy from Gitmo

Depending on who you ask, Mohammed Jawad was either 12 or 17 when he was detained. Nobody disputes that he spent seven years at Guantánamo before he was exonerated. The story of a boy who grew up as a detainee.

Coke, Hookers, Hospital, Repeat

GQ moved up the release of this Charlie Sheen profile: ”The fucking AA shit. The sobriety shit. It was always for other people. I just wanted to get a job back and get enough money to tell everybody to go fuck themselves and then roll like Errol Flynn and Frank Sinatra—the good parts of those guys.”

The Last Temptation of Ted

What has Ted Haggard, who left the New Life megachurch after admitting he purchased crystal meth and sexual favors from a male escort, been doing in the four years since? Selling insurance door to door and then… founding a new church and returning to the pulpit.

The Dubai Job

Last year, an Mossad hit squad traveled to Dubai to assassinate a Hamas leader. They completed their mission, but were later humiliated when a twenty-seven minute video of their movements was posted online. How their cover got blown.