In 1999, author Tom O’Neill accepted a magazine request to write about the Manson murders. Twenty years later, he’s still on the case.
Kevin Canfield is a writer in New York. His work has appeared in The New York Times, Film Comment, Bookforum, and other publications.
In 1975, two Maryland girls went missing. Forty years later, a break in the case lured the ‘Black Hawk Down’ author back to investigate a story he’d covered as a young reporter.
The more time Washington Post reporter Jason Rezaian and his wife spent in an Iranian prison, the clearer it became that he was being jailed for doing his job.
According to the nation’s top cops, James Baldwin was a ‘pervert,’ Norman Mailer was ‘difficult to read,’ and Susan Sontag was ‘subversive.’
Technology may be amplifying our egotism, but its roots go way, way back, a new book argues.
A new book argues that football booster clubs, tax exemptions, and academic hypocrisy have so thoroughly tainted college football that any remedies or reforms may be too late.
There are already 650 miles of walls and other barriers on the U.S.-Mexican border, so it’s not like we don’t know what works and what doesn’t. So let’s get constructive about the construction.
Selecting one fall day in 2013, reporter Gary Younge exposes the toll of gun violence in the U.S. by focusing on the lives of 10 children across the country who were shot to death.
Author Dan Zak talks about the strange case of three elderly activists who easily broke into ‘the Fort Knox of Uranium’ in 2012.
Decades ago, pro basketball decided to let high school graduates bypass the NCAA and go straight to the NBA. Then a few years ago it rescinded that rule. But to what end?