Feature in Scientific American on how Russia or a non-state actor could bring the US to its knees without firing a shot.
(Currrently behind a paywall; downloadable PDF will be available here in Jan. 2020)
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