“During the pandemic, in an unheard-of experiment, incarcerated women in Arizona were moved to a prison camp on a multimillion-dollar private farm, where hazardous, meagerly paid work changed their lives forever.”
Your Next Hospital Bed Might Be at Home
“In a time of strained capacity, the ‘hospital at home’ movement is figuring out how to create an inpatient level of care anywhere.”
Best of 2022: Reader Favorites
You’ve heard from the Longreads’ editors, now it’s the turn of our readers.
The Hustler at the End of the World
In the early days of the pandemic, Hiam Kaplan tried to move massive amounts of PPE for money. But, as Amanda Chicago Lewis writes in this story about supply chain hustling, he found so much more. It’s been a humbling time to be a hustler. After thousands of hours of work, through all his pandemic […]
Out of Work in America
In partnership with local news organizations across the U.S., the New York Times documents the lives of 12 Americans who are out of work during the pandemic.
When Children’s COVID-19 Symptoms Won’t Go Away
Some parents are reporting that their kids’ COVID symptoms have been lingering for months.