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Sheila Weller

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The Wind Cries Jimi

Comedy of Errors

Everything went wrong at once for Annabelle Gurwitch. An interview with the writer and actress is a lesson in meeting hardship with humor

Walking the Walk

The View from Here

Fearless Leader

After fighting to hold her employer accountable for a Kenyan town’s lead poisoning, Phyllis Omido is being called East Africa’s Erin Brockovich

There’s the Rub

A massage therapist on Epstein’s Little St. James Island says Ghislaine Maxwell was the ultimate anti-victim

1963 All Over Again

Courtney and Corrie Cockrell, grandnieces of the assassinated civil-rights hero Medgar Evers, consider his legacy through the lens of George Floyd

Why Is No One Talking About Polio?

The disease infected thousands when it tore through the U.S. Sixty-five years later, we’re back to where we were pre-vaccine


Before #MeToo, There Was Natalie Wood

Pimped by her mother to Frank Sinatra at 15, raped at 16: harrowing new insights into the star’s life and death

Two-Track Mind

In the lifetime Carrie Fisher spent in the public eye, she became known for her fierce wit and unsentimentality. Three years on from her death, her biographer unveils her vulnerable, virtuous side