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Ghosts of the Jungle

The Karen National Liberation Army has been fighting the Myanmar government since 1949. In 2012, Canadian photographer spent time with the group once known as the most effective guerrilla fighting force.
Bryan Dickie
14 hours ago
The Dystopia and Utopia Issue
The Dystopia and Utopia Issue

How to Build Your Own Time Capsule

With a little data-driven forethought—potentially also some light biohacking—your ark might just transcend time.
Brian Anderson
4 days ago
The Dystopia and Utopia Issue
The Dystopia and Utopia Issue

Saving a Pristine Wilderness from Militarized Poachers and a Humanitarian Crisis

Chinko, in the Central African Republic, "portrays hope in a situation where everything is stacked up to be doom and gloom. We are not allowing Eden to be lost. We are in the process of bringing Eden back."
Jack Losh
4.16.18
The Dystopia and Utopia Issue
The Dystopia and Utopia Issue

Dressed for Doomsday

Abasi Rosborough’s avant-garde menswear explores whether our technological advances have created a thriving utopia or an oppressive dystopia.
Greg Rosborough
Abdul Abasi
4.13.18
travel
travel

How an Australian Millionaire Ended up Alone and Shirtless on a Tropical Island

David Glasheen lost everything on the stock market, but he still loves it.
Julian Morgans
3.28.18
Football
Football

Rehabilitation, Spies, and Goals at Uganda's Lone Maximum Security Prison

Uganda's only maximum security prison, Luzira, holds a sophisticated prison soccer tournament known not only for its top-notch talent, but the remarkable part it plays in the country's low recidivism rate.
Ben Ferguson
3.24.18
Photos
Photos

The Supernatural Elements of Our World

Rendering cultural and natural transformations democratically, photographer Michael Lundgren reveals an unaccountable world in his series 'Matter.'
Michael Lundgren
3.8.18
The Sick Day Issue
The Sick Day Issue

Cambodian Journalists Are Dying Trying to Save the Country's Forests

In Cambodia and across the remote forests of the world, a rising boom in the illegal sale of wood, land, and minerals has turned the environmental beat into a new kind of conflict journalism.
Saul Elbein
10.13.17
Photos
Photos

Scenes from an Epic Flower Battle in Spain

Colorful images from photographers Samantha Friend and Jessica Pettway.
Samantha Friend
Jessica Pettway
9.18.17
The September Stories Issue
The September Stories Issue

A Short Story About Acceptance and Loss by Eka Kurniawan

The Indonesian author's new novel, 'Vengeance Is Mine, All Others Pay Cash,' is out this month.
Eka Kurniawan
9.14.17
Philippines
Philippines

It's Super Dangerous to Be a Journalist in the Philippines

But a brave few are working hard to maintain an independent press.
Gianna Toboni
6.9.17
The Tight Squeeze Issue
The Tight Squeeze Issue

Hitler's Doctor Said the Dictator Almost Died from a Cocaine Overdose

An assassination attempt got Hitler addicted to "that cocaine thing," according to a new book.
Norman Ohler; Illustrations by Armando Veve
3.29.17