The Team of Men Behind Rachel Brewson, the Fake Woman Whose Trump-Fueled Breakup Went Viral
Inside a pageview scam.
Inside a pageview scam.
The demise of a once-great newspaper.
A profile of the congressman turned morning show host, who spends his free time working on a musical about Donald Trump.
As editor-in-chief of Variety, Peter Bart was one of the most powerful people in the entertainment industry. This piece got him suspended.
A two-part series on how and why Arianna Huffington lost control of The Huffington Post.
How the New York Times critic writes the reviews that make and break restaurants.
Violence convulses the city of Chicago after dark. Reporting on it leaves its own scars.
The writer investigates her late husband Ted Streshinsky, whose photographs documented the 1960s, and J. Edgar Hoover’s attempts to label him a Soviet spy.
Jonathan Kos-Read’s long, strange trip to movie stardom.
What it means when an investigative reporter’s undercover work is framed as a personal journey.
A profile of photographer Bill Cunningham.
“Things don’t just flow out of your brain. It’s not like, Hey, I’m brilliant. Show up, paper right here, bam, another banger. No—you sit and you struggle with yourself and you stop cutting your hair. I’m not cutting my hair right now. You stop shaving, like I’m not shaving right now. You remember that you can fail. I’ve failed several times. The fact that everybody else don’t see that don’t give me the right to not see it.”
“When I was covering the Ebola epidemic in West Africa, was there a real difference between my wanting to get to the village or hospital where people were dying terrible deaths, and my wanting people to be dying terrible deaths in whatever village or hospital I happened to be going to? Every assignment presents some variation of that question.”
What started as a DVD-mailing service has changed the way we watch TV. Now Netflix has to do it again. (And again. And again.)
A profile of Roseanne Barr and her multiple personalities.
Fifty years ago, Rona Barrett forged a Hollywood gossip empire. Then she left it all behind, her innovations attributed to others, her legacy almost entirely overlooked.
A profile of the man who helped invent the modern art of presidential spin and came to embody the blurry line between journalist and government official.
All aboard the maiden voyage Rob Gronkowski’s party cruise.
On settling in Los Angeles after life as a war correspondent in the Middle East.
A history of the women’s television channel and its push to employ female writers and directors long before it became an issue in Hollywood.
“The tragedy of Dorothy Parker, it seems to me, isn’t that she succumbed to alcoholism or died essentially alone. It was that she was too intelligent to believe that she had made the most of herself.”
Why ISIS is winning the social media war.
A profile of Garry Shandling.
If Thrasher is Vogue for skaters, 53-year-old Jake Phelps is the sport’s Anna Wintour.
What it was like to report on feminism for Playboy in 1969.