By May 2020, it looked like the Dutch had beaten coronavirus without the extreme measures of other countries. How'd they do that?
The original draft I submitted to my editor is here. No shade, just showing the longer version with more comparisons to the US
Feature in TheAtlantic.com on why U.S. jails are illegally holding people with mental illness before they are convicted or even tried of any crime.
I traveled to Raratonga to report on a scientific experiment to determine why some coral reefs survive bleaching events and other human insults. Assigned by the California Academy of Sciences' bioGraphic and co-published by Scientific American.
For Participant Media: The first medicine developed straight from pot plants is poised for FDA approval. What would that mean for medical cannabis, legalization, and patients in need?
I went to Madrid and Barcelona to explore a Republican billionaire's plan to build a giant hotel and casino complex, pitched as a savior for the regions' sagging economies.
For The New York Times Magazine, an exclusive on the first capital criminal case to go through a pre-adjudication restorative justice process