The UnravellingBy Jon Lee Anderson, New YorkerIn a failing state, an anti-Islamist general mounts a divisive campaign.
The Great SIM HeistBy Jeremy Scahill and Josh Begley, The InterceptHow spies stole the keys to the encryption castle.
‘Out of My Mouth Comes Unimpeachable Manly Truth’By Gary Shteyngart, New York Times MagazineWhat I learned from watching a week of Russian TV.
Bill O'Reilly Has His Own Brian Williams ProblemBy David Corn and Daniel Schulman, Mother JonesThe Fox News host has said he was in a "war zone" that apparently no American correspondent reached.
Hunting the silent killerBy Patrick Strudwick, MosaicHepatitis C has a cure, but how do we find those who need it? Patrick Strudwick reports on one attempt to identify some of the estimated 100,000 undiagnosed people in the UK.
Extra, ExtraBy Hillel Aron, LA WeeklySome Hollywood extras suffer, but others are rolling in it.
To Shill a MockingbirdBy Neely Tucker, Washington PostHow a manuscript’s discovery became Harper Lee’s ‘new’ novel
“It’s War”By Mac McClelland, Medium’s MatterThe real story of how cops responded to the Charlie Hebdo massacre — and what the future holds in a highly charged, and newly armed, France.