The Week’s Best Longreads: The Daily Beast Picks for May 18, 2012
The Daily Beast picks the best journalism from around the Web this week. By David Sessions.
Money UnlimitedJeffrey Toobin, The New Yorker
How Chief Justice John Roberts orchestrated the Citizens United decision.
Israel in Peril David Shulman, The New York Review of Books
How the Jewish state is hastening its own demise.
How Yahoo Killed Flickr and Lost the Internet Mat Honan, Gizmodo
What happens when a nimble startup gets gobbled up by a behemoth that doesn’t share its values.
Château Sucker Benjamin Wallace, New York
Rare-wine collectors are savvy, competitive guys with a taste for impossible finds. The biggest hoax in history took place right under their noses.
The Cooler Me Eric Puchner, GQ
What if you could track down your doppelgänger, the man who lived the life you imagined for yourself before you got married, had kids, and got stuck in a desk job?
The First Gay President Andrew Sullivan, Newsweek
In one interview, Obama shifted the center on the gay-marriage debate.