Don Jr. Thought It Was a Good Idea to Kill a Treasured Sheep on His Mongolia Vacation
He reportedly bought the trip at a National Rifle Association charity before Dad was elected president, but the five bodyguards he brought along with him were on the taxpayers' dime.
Dealing With Life's Tough Shit—And Having the Privilege to Write About It
Ariel Levy suffered the premature birth and death of her son while traveling abroad alone. In 'The Rules Do Not Apply,' she details the meticulous mapping and rapid evaporation of a stable-seeming life.
The Ice Man Runneth: In Conversation with Scottish Ultrarunner Dr. Andrew Murray
When he's not working as a GP, Andrew Murray likes to run marathons – but not the common-or-garden variety. The Scot has just returned from Mongolia, where he secured his second successive win in the Genghis Khan Ice Marathon.