- December 9, 2013 |
- Chasing A-Rod
The struggle between Major League Baseball and one of its greatest hitters over steroids is total war—fought with six-figure payoffs in the tanning salons and strip malls of South Florida.
- October 21, 2013 | Features
- Post Mortem
A (somewhat premature) newspaper autopsy.
- June 24, 2013 | Features
- Nelson Castro in the Machine
Created by the Bronx political Establishment—then sent out by the D.A. with a recorder to try to bring fellow politicians down.
- May 13, 2013 | Features
- Al Gore’s Golden Years
The almost president has become the ultimate Davos Man, a moral entrepreneur and richer than Mitt Romney.
- March 4, 2013 | Features
- The Dean of Corruption
Cecilia Chang, the St. John’s fund-raiser who committed suicide after her epic fraud was exposed, tried to keep her superiors happy with gifts of watches, vacations, custom suits, and fine wine. It worked, for a while.
- September 24, 2012 | Features
- We’re Going to Take Over F---ing Hollywood
Armed with the story of the Teflon Don, John Gotti Jr. and his new crew are trying to make the movie business an offer it can’t refuse.
- June 11, 2012 | Features
- “Hello, I Am Sabu ... ”
From a housing project on Avenue D, a hacker mastermind of Anonymous and LulzSec was out to upend many worlds. Including his own.
- April 30, 2012 | Features
- The Tabloid Turncoat
Colin Myler, the Daily News’ new editor, knows his enemies at Rupert Murdoch’s New York Post. Maybe too well.
- April 9, 2012 | Encounter
- 63 Minutes With Alan Rusbridger
Breaking in The Guardian’s new American office with an editor uncowed by Rupert Murdoch—and now the Times.
- November 21, 2011 |
- What Would Gabby Do?
After the shooting, Gabby Giffords needed help to be herself—and her astronaut husband led the team.