In this excerpt from Wolf Boys, about two American teens recruited by a Mexican drug cartel, we meet Robert Garcia, the cop whose job it became to track the boys down.
Dan Slater is the author of Love in the Time of Algorithms: What Technology Does to Meeting and Mating. On Jan. 18 he married the yoga instructor.
The author of ‘The Whites’ and ‘Clockers’ talks about genre fiction, about hitting the street for research, and about the details that can bring a story alive.
One journalist turned to online dating to find love—and discovered his parents’ own dating history. By Dan Slater.
The famous Grant Study tracked hundreds of Harvard men from youth to death to determine what predicts contentment.
The case was about military honors and free speech, but federal judges also wondered about dishonest online daters, writes Dan Slater.
Dewey & LeBoeuf is near collapse. Inside the deadly combination of economic malaise and inept management.
Could a new Supreme Court case mean the end of race-based admissions? Not so fast, writes Dan Slater.