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It’s been a rough year.
It’s been a rough year.
A stroll through Tokyo’s Tsukiji, the world’s largest seafood market, and the mecca of the global sushi trade.
How a 29-year-old actress, reeling from the death of her first love and battling Dustin Hoffman off-screen, found herself on the set of Kramer vs. Kramer.
Most of the men were in their 60s and 70s, with heart conditions, diabetes, and replacement hips. They made off with millions in cash and jewels, only to give themselves up by not understanding how technology works.
A conversation with the former first lady five years into her life as a widow.
Lily gets ready for her first date.
There were so many ways the two planes could have avoided the collision. The odds were so slim. But high above the Amazon in 2006, a combination of technology and human fallibility brought them together.
The mysterious death of a champion Irish setter.
Sitting alone in his San Jose office, Michael Burry saw the bubble in the subprime-mortgage market before anyone else. So he convinced Wall Street to let him bet on it, even though few were betting on him. The article that became The Big Short.
Celebrated doctor Paolo Macchiarini was not all that he seemed.
How PCC, once an inmate soccer team and now Brazil’s most notorious prison gang, coordinated seven days of riots throughout São Paulo using mobile phones.
The whole thing began over a puddle in the driveway. Eight years later, Peter Nygard and his neighbor Louis Bacon, who own houses next to each other in paradise, have spent tens of millions in a constantly escalating legal war. Neither man spends much time on the island anymore.
The origin story of Gabriel García Márquez’s classic.
The true love story of Peanuts.
The 79-year-old actor, too creaky to get off the couch, interviewed at his palatial Florida mansion about love, fame, and how he’s in okay financial shape despite the fact that a surveyor is taking measurements of his house as he speaks.
A love triangle between two married professors and the dean goes public.
When a random person becomes a massive meme.
A profile of the writer, now 85.
Controversy following a climbing disaster that killed eight.
The battle between 1975’s biggest shows.
An oral history.
No one knew how Suzanne Jovin ended up in a wealthy neighborhood away from Yale’s campus in New Haven, or why she was brutally stabbed on the sidewalk, apparently by someone she knew. The only suspect that police named was her thesis advisor.
Timothy Treadwell liked to say that, “Grizzlies are misunderstood.” Then one killed him.
The gilded marriage—and divorce—of Donald and Ivana Trump.
On the front lines of a dating culture dominated by right and left swipes.