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There Is No Shame Worse Than Poor Teeth in a Rich World

Life in America without dental care.

Sarah Smarsh | Aeon | Oct 2014
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The Future of Aging Just Might Be in Margaritaville

At the Jimmy Buffett-branded community, a hint at how increasingly long-lived species might choose to spend their extra decades.

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The Really Big One

A giant earthquake is coming to the Northwest. Unfortunately, no one knows when.

Kathryn Schulz | New Yorker | Jul 2015
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I Found the Best Burger Place in America. And Then I Killed It.

On the ethics of putting the internet’s spotlight on a neighborhood restaurant.

Kevin Alexander | Thrillist | Nov 2018
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In Lagos, Space For My Thoughts To Fly

On nomadism, toxicity, and the question of home.

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How a Grieving Father Is Uncovering Mexico’s Mass Graves

Victims of Mexico’s drug violence often end up in unmarked graves. This man set out to find them.

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The Best Way To Save People From Suicide

While serving in WWII, Jerome Motto received regular correspondence from a woman he barely knew. These letters led to groundbreaking research on how to reach people at risk.

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Fiction Pick of the Week: "Holy Water"

Expected and unexpected salvation.

Nathan Thomas | Hobart | Nov 2018
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Becoming Anne Frank

Why did we turn an isolated teenage girl into the world’s most famous Holocaust victim?

Dara Horn | Smithsonian | Nov 2018
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Something Like Springtime

On Jonathan Richman and his roots in small-town Maine.

Josh Roiland | Popula | Nov 2018
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Delay, Deny and Deflect: How Facebook’s Leaders Fought Through Crisis

On the lengths Mark Zuckberberg and Sheryl Sandberg have gone to protect their power.

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The Watcher

The haunting of 657 Boulevard in Westfield, New Jersey.

Reeves Wiedeman | New York | Nov 2018
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Love Letters From the Battlefield

How words kept the author’s grandparents connected during the Second World War.

Haley Rustad | The Walrus | Nov 2018
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Michael K and the Disappearing Celebrity Blogger

Searching for the star behind Dlisted.

Soraya Roberts | Jezebel | Nov 2018
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Everyone Believed Larry Nassar

The predatory trainer may have just taken down USA Gymnastics. How did he deceive so many for so long?

Kerry Howley | New York | Nov 2018
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Marvel Icon Stan Lee Leaves a Legacy as Complex as His Superheroes

Stan Lee supercharged Marvel Comics into one of the most important cultural forces on the planet. But how much credit does he really deserve?

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Water in the Desert

Inside the effort to prevent migrant deaths at the US-Mexico border.

Eric Reid | IRIN | Nov 2018
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My Father's SOS—From the Middle of the Sea

Richard Carr, a retired psychologist who had long dreamed of sailing around the world, was in the middle of the Pacific when he started sending frantic messages that said pirates were boarding his boat. Two thousand miles away in Los Angeles, his family woke up to a nightmare: he might be dying alone, and there was almost nothing they could do about it.

Ali Carr Troxell | Outside | Nov 2018
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The Mystery of the Havana Syndrome

Searching for answers after unexplained brain injuries afflicted dozens of American diplomats and spies.

Adam Entous | New Yorker | Nov 2018
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“Oh My God—We Hit a Little Girl”

The true story of M Company: from Fort Dix to Vietnam in 50 days.

John Sack | Esquire | Oct 1966
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