This is the debut of a regular feature: a collection of the weeks best long-form journalism published in The Times, as selected by our editors. We will also include one pick from The Timess archives.…
PUBLISHED: July 8, 2011
LENGTH: 1 minutes (457 words)
It started when the News of the World hacked into the voice mails of the British royal household, in 2005, touching off a scandal that Rupert Murdoch’s News Corp.—and, apparently, the British authorities—tried to contain. After a score of lawsuits and new arrests, the cover-up is falling apart.
"'If instead of pointing their incredible infrastructure at making people click on ads,' he likes to ask, 'they pointed it at great unsolved problems in science, how would the world be different…
Were excited to announce a new feature that well be rolling out next week on Nieman Storyboard. Whys This So Good? will explore what makes classic narrative nonfiction stories worth reading. Alexis…
PUBLISHED: June 24, 2011
LENGTH: 1 minutes (310 words)