07.05.14 9:45 AM ET
The Daily Beast’s Best Longreads, July 6, 2014
Nick Summers, Bloomberg Businessweek
The sordid story of a female co-founder stripped of her title because she was harassed.
Amos Barshad, Rolling Stone
Full of beautiful women and XXX behavior, Rio de Janeiro's Centaurus has enticed celebrities, soccer stars and anyone else willing to pay a fee and go inside.
Jeffrey Toobin, The New Yorker
Ted Cruz is an unyielding debater—and the far right’s most formidable opponent.
Noam Scheiber, The New Republic
The strange psychological roots of Clinton’s invincibility.
Mira Jacob, Vogue
How my parents fell in love, 30 years later.
Andrew Rice, New York
The local real-estate market is rich with wealthy foreigners who can think of no place more alluring, nor more secret, to hide their money than a New York condo.
Hampton Sides, The New Yorker
Despite Team USA’s crushing loss in the Round of 16 in the World Cup, goalie Tim Howard went viral for his 18 miraculous saves. If you missed this 2010 profile of the U.S. national team’s most-valuable player, it’s a great time to catch up.
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