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'Susan in the Wild,' en serie av Julian Glander

Susan förstår inte poängen med naturen om hon inte får spela.
Julian Glander
8.18.17
the vice reader

Jakten på den 400 år gamla hajen vars kött man blir hög av

'Shark Drunk' är en fascinerande memoar om hajfiske vid norra polcirkeln där 'Moby Dick' möter Knausgårds 'Min Kamp.'
Morten Strøksnes
7.3.17
Life Inside

My Son Was Murdered Two Years Ago and I’m Still Searching for Answers

Will an arrest ever happen?
Cheryl Hayes as told to Justin George
3.24.17
crime

The Story of the First Mob Boss to Turn Rat

Ralph Natale worked his way near the top of American Mafia life when he became boss in Philadelphia. But after being betrayed by his own, he made real history by becoming a federal witness.
Seth Ferranti
3.15.17
Corruption

Why Did Donald Trump Fire the Most Famous Anti-Corruption Prosecutor in America?

Donald Trump promised to keep Preet Bharara, the US attorney in New York known for going after shady Democrats and Republicans alike. This weekend, the president changed his mind.
Matt Taylor
3.14.17
crime

Why Kids Need to Learn About Lynching

The new documentary 'An Outrage' visits lynching sites in six Southern states to explore one of the most brutal chapters in America's dirty past – and its connections to modern racism and police brutality.
Seth Ferranti
3.10.17
true crime

Lessons Learned from Investigating Your Mother's Brutal Murder

Leah Carroll's mother was strangled to death by a mob-connected drug dealer, and her dad succumbed to alcoholism. Now she's telling their story.
Philip Eil
3.6.17
protest

Why Protests Work

The author of a new book on direct action says the main goal of demonstration is to make people in power uncomfortable.
Philip Eil
2.23.17
Technology

This Refugee Is 3D-Printing Lost Limbs for Syrian War Survivors

A Palestinian engineering major is working to bring affordable prosthetic limb technology—and hope—to injured Syrian refugees in Lebanon.
Zaina Arafat
2.17.17
immigration

How Will Trump Revise His Travel Ban to Make It Acceptable to the Courts?

An immigration law expert explains how the president could take another stab at limiting travel from certain countries.
Mike Pearl
2.13.17
High Wire

Why Every Generation Freaks Out About a New Drug

The cycle of outrage people have over whatever drug is fashionable hasn't gotten us any closer to figuring out why people abuse narcotics.
Maia Szalavitz
2.13.17
Art

These Guys Want to Build a Pyramid of 'Jerry Maguire' VHS Tapes in the Desert

We caught up with the psychedelic comedy video collective Everything Is Terrible! to discuss their gloriously bizarro vision and massive archive of found footage.
Aly Comingore
2.10.17