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Patrick Radden Keefe | The New Yorker | Sept. 21, 2015 | 41 minutes (10,307 words)
Ken Dornstein’s brother David was killed in the 1988 Lockerbie bombing, and he’s spent most of his life searching for the truth.
John Woodrow Cox | Washington Post | Sept. 18, 2015 | 20 minutes (5,100 words)
How a ten-year-old learns that she has HIV.
Bradford Pearson | Philadelphia Magazine | Sept. 21, 2015 | 19 minutes (4,777 words)
Bradford Pearson was abducted and robbed at gunpoint in West Philadelphia in 2006. He tries to track down the men who did it.
Sonia Smith | Texas Monthly | Sept. 17, 2015 | 36 minutes (9,030 words)
Austin Tice heeded a calling to become a war reporter in Syria. His stories became front-page news, and then he disappeared.
A.E. Hotchner | Smithsonian | Sept. 23, 2015 | 19 minutes (4,984 words)
A.E. Hotchner reveals the story of when his friend Ernest Hemingway was in love with two women simultaneously.