Surviving the Fall of ISIS
Life in Mosul.
Life in Mosul.
The International Criminal Court embodied the hope of bringing warlords and demagogues to justice. Then Luis Moreno-Ocampo took on the heir to Kenya’s most powerful political dynasty.
Tom Catena is the only surgeon for thousands of square miles in Southern Sudan. His hospital, and his life, are constantly under threat. There is no end to the carnage he must treat. He refuses to leave.
An Afghanistan love story.
Winner of the 2015 National Magazine Award for Feature Writing.
Two brothers divided by Central African Republic’s civil war.
How sectarian violence has made life in northern Nigeria “incomprehensibly frightful.”
An inside account of the Nairobi mall attack.
Life and death in an underground economy.
How Obama’s immigration enforcement policies got away from him.
A profile of Seif Qaddafi.
The story of a Marine who saved innumerable lives, then got fired.
American demand for drugs gave birth to the cartel war that is paralyzing Mexico, but American guns purchased legally across the Southwest and smuggled over the border have made it staggeringly lethal.
An artifact from the era when MySpace was king.
The father: an Oscar-winning songwriter. The son, a college dropout and partier around downtown New York. Their alleged crimes; serial casting-couch rape (the senior) and a drowning murder in a Soho House bathtub (the junior).
The prosecutor in the case of hacker turned F.B.I. informant (but still hacker) Albert Gonzales and his organization Shadowcrew : “The sheer extent of the human victimization caused by Gonzalez and his organization is unparalleled.”
Sandinista, reverend, and president of the U.N. General Assembly.
A profile of Tom Donohue, CEO of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and the sixth-highest paid lobbyist in the country. Since Obama took office, Donohue has scared-up tens of millions in new donations.
Political races don’t run on ideas and grassroots activism–they run on voter databases. And no one has more voter data than Aristotle Inc., whose information has helped elect every president since Reagan.
The rise and fall of The Exile, Russia’s angriest English-language newspaper.