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1. The Wetsuitman

Anders Fjellberg | Dagbladet | June 15, 2015 | 31 minutes (7,792 words)

Last winter two bodies washed ashore wearing identical wetsuits. They were found 67 days apart, in two separate countries. The effort to identify them reads like a crime thriller, crossing borders and delving deep into Europe’s migrant crisis.

2. The Mayor vs. the Mogul

Luke O’Brien | Politico | June 18, 2015 | 39 minutes (9,961 words)

A deeply reported look at the power struggle inside Michael Bloomberg’s media business as he returns to lead it.

3. The Death Treatment

Rachel Aviv | The New Yorker | June 15, 2015 | 35 minutes (8,769 words)

A Belgian law allows people suffering from terminal illnesses and severe psychological disorders to seek euthanasia, but the line becomes gray for non-terminal patients.

4. The Hunt for the Financial Industry’s Most-Wanted Hacker

Dune Lawrence | Bloomberg Businessweek | June 18, 2015 | 12 minutes (3,000 words)

The story of a malware known as ZeuS, and the hunt for its rogue creator.

5. On Chicken Tenders

Helen Rosner | Guernica | June 12, 2015 | 6 minutes (1,740 words)

A food writer explains her deep love for chicken tenders.