Anthony Bourdain’s Moveable Feast
The haunted past of Amy Bishop, a University of Alabama neurobiologist who shot six colleagues during a staff meeting.
The Sackler dynasty’s ruthless marketing of painkillers has generated billions of dollars—and millions of addicts.
Was President Trump’s richest adviser focussed on helping the country—or his own bottom line?
On London’s new squad of “super-recognizers.”
Hervé Falciani, a computer engineer working at HSBC, stole the bank’s list of secret accounts. But was he out to expose tax cheats or get rich himself? Perhaps both.
Ken Dornstein’s older brother died when a bomb exploded on Pan Am Flight 103. For the past three decades, he’s been obsessed with identifying who’s really responsible.
A profile of Judy Clarke, who takes on the most heinous, notorious defendants in America, trying to save them from the death penalty. Until Dzokhar Tsarnaev, she usually succeeded.
How the world’s most notorious drug lord was captured.
Previously: Patrick Radden Keefe on the Longform Podcast.
Gerry Adams, the leader of Sinn Fein, denies that he was ever in the IRA. The murder of Jean McConville threatened to expose him as a liar.
How a doctor and an S.A.C. trader got entangled in a financial scandal.
The challenges of establishing a legal marijuana economy in Washington State.
How a secretive Israel billionaire seized control of an untapped iron ore deposit beneath one of Africa’s poorest countries.
How amateur satellite aficionados track the U.S. government’s spy technology.
Inside one of the biggest antiquities-smuggling rings in history.
How a Mexican drug cartel makes its billions.
Steven Donziger, an American lawyer, headed up a successful lawsuit against Chevron on behalf of Ecuadorans. Then the legal tables turned on him.
How a town of 29,000 on the Hudson River came to be “one of the most dangerous four-mile stretches in the northeastern United States.”
The amiable international arms dealer and the sting.
Working from a tiny shop in Chinatown, Sister Ping helped thousands of Chinese immigrate illegally by boat. By the time one of her ships ran aground, the F.B.I estimated her total profits at $40 million.