Craig Lindsay

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How to Make Anthony Bourdain's Favorite Pasta Dish

It's easy<p>There are five words that guide travelers through tough decisions: “What would Anthony Bourdain do?”<p>Well, we believe that Bourdain would …

One person’s history of Twitter, from beginning to end

At some point in 2006, or possibly late 2005, Noah Glass walked into our office all excited about something. That in itself isn’t news because Noah …

Welcoming Our New Robot Overlords

Once, robots assisted human workers. Now it’s the other way around.<p>When David Stinson finished high school, in Grand Rapids, Michigan, in 1977, the first thing he did was get a job building houses. After a few years, though, the business slowed. Stinson was then twenty-four, with two children to …

When Walter White Won

<i>On October 10, Abrams Books will release</i> Breaking Bad 101: The Complete Critical Companion<i>, featuring reviews of every episode of the series by</i> …

There Is Something About Football

<i>This story appears in the Oct. 9, 2017, issue of</i> Sports Illustrated<i>. Subscribe to the magazine here.</i><p>A man has come home to learn about football. He …

The Creepiest Urban Legend in Every State

<i>Welcome to Urban Legends, a month-long collection of articles dissecting persistent myths, unexplained phenomena, shared nightmares, and tales so</i> …

Horror

When Working From Home Doesn’t Work

IBM pioneered telecommuting. Now it wants people back in the office.<p>In 1979, IBM was putting its stamp on the American landscape. For 20 years, it had been hiring the greats of modernism to erect buildings where scientists and salespeople could work shoulder-to-shoulder commanding the burgeoning …

The Workplace

The Vet Whose 'Bump Stock' Makes a Gun Fire Like a Machine Gun

The inspiration for a popular but controversial accessory that allows semi-automatic rifles to fire like machine guns began with an itch.<p>Jeremiah Cottle had just recovered from a brain injury that cut short his Air Force career and was out shooting with a friend near his hometown in central …

The new reality of old age in America

Richard Dever had swabbed the campground shower stalls and emptied 20 garbage cans, and now he climbed slowly onto a John Deere mower to cut a couple acres of grass.<p>THE FORGOTTEN: The issues at the heart of Trump's America<p>PART 1: On a Texas prairie, distance grows between neighbors over an American …

Pictures of the Week 9.21.17

Bundestag

Three Billion People Cook Over Open Fires ― With Deadly Consequences

In Guatemala, locally made cookstoves are helping combat toxic smoke—but economics and tradition keep many people from using them.<p>On Easter Sunday morning, in the small town of San Antonio Aguas Calientes in central Guatemala, Elbia Pérez and her sister, daughters, and 18-month-old grandson are …

El Salvador

Ken Burns’s American Canon

Even in a fractious era, the filmmaker still believes that his documentaries can bring every viewer in.<p>Like Steven Tyler, of Aerosmith, Ken Burns has a summer house on Lake Sunapee, in New Hampshire. The property is furnished with Shaker quilts and a motorboat; every July 4th, a fifteen-foot-long …

The Life, Death, and Legend of Joe McKnight

<i>Welcome to</i> <i>The South Week</i> <i>at</i> The Ringer<i>. We’re celebrating — and reporting on — the richness of the region. You’ll find stories from all over the map,</i> …

Parents Who Pay to Be Watched

Shep was 13 when he started stealing from his parents. It began not long after he and his siblings moved with their parents to a suburb north of New …

Roger Federer LLC: How the G.O.A.T. Got to the Top of His Game, in Businesslike Fashion

<i>This story appears in the Aug. 28, 2017, issue of</i> Sports Illustrated<i>. Subscribe to the magazine here.</i><p>There are, in fairness, some populist touches to …

Tennis

Google and Walmart Partner With Eye on Amazon

SAN FRANCISCO — Google and Walmart are testing the notion that an enemy’s enemy is a friend.<p>The two companies said Google would start offering Walmart products to people who shop on Google Express, the company’s online shopping mall. It’s the first time the world’s biggest retailer has made its …

eCommerce

This Is How Sexism Works in Silicon Valley

In December 2010, Sheryl Sandberg gave a talk about women’s leadership in which she mentioned “sitting at the table.” Women, she said, have to pull …

Nobody Knows What Lies Beneath New York City

Before a single raindrop fell, Alan Leidner knew the waters could rise and throw the city into darkness. On this point, the maps were as clear as a …

The Brain Cancer That Keeps Killing Baseball Players

PHILADELPHIA — Since Darren Daulton succumbed to brain cancer on Aug. 6, heartfelt tributes have honored the way he led a raucous Phillies team to the World Series in 1993.<p>And unanswered questions have surfaced about the way he died.<p>Daulton and several prominent contemporaries in baseball — …

America’s Oldest Private Detective Agency Takes on China’s Fake Products

Four plainclothes officials from China’s Market Supervision Bureau emerged from a van and headed toward an unmarked concrete building in an …

Have Smartphones Destroyed a Generation?

More comfortable online than out partying, post-Millennials are safer, physically, than adolescents have ever been. But they’re on the brink of a mental-health crisis.<p>One day last summer, around noon, I called Athena, a 13-year-old who lives in Houston, Texas. She answered her phone—she’s had an …

I Just Want to Meet the Packers at Lambeau Field

<i>Peter King is on vacation this week. Our guest MMQB columnist is the political director for NBC News</i>.<p>By Chuck Todd<p>So I have a confession to make: I’m …

Throwing Too Hard Is Killing Baseball's Best Pitchers

Major League Baseball pitchers have been an evolutionary marvel in recent seasons. They’re throwing the ball harder than ever. Pitches at 100 miles per hour, once an extraordinary feat that left smoke trails across the sport, are now routine.<p>But there’s a problem as the sport’s velocity obsession …

Fyre Festival: Anatomy of a Millennial Marketing Fiasco Waiting to Happen

Billy McFarland sold elite millennials (and his investors) on an ultra-luxurious “Coachella in the Bahamas,” but the much-ridiculed fiasco that actually took place in April derailed the 25-year-old serial entrepreneur’s checkered bid for moguldom. Inside what could be the biggest scam of the …

29 of the Toughest Interview Questions With Answers

Tough Job Interview Questions and Answers<p>How to Answer Some of the Toughest Questions to Get the Job<p>Updated October 26, 2017<p>Preparing for a job …

The Man Behind Trump’s Voter-Fraud Obsession

<b>K</b>ris Kobach likes to bill himself as “the A.C.L.U.’s worst nightmare.” The Kansas secretary of state, who was a champion debater in high school, speaks quickly for a rural Midwesterner, with the confidence of a man who holds degrees from Harvard, Oxford and Yale Law School, and until January he …

Government

How Hollywood Came to Fear and Loathe Rotten Tomatoes

As Wonder Woman soars and Baywatch flops, the power of the review aggregator is looking greater than ever—and studios are looking for a way around it.<p>The Tomato giveth, and the Tomato taketh away. And lo, the gospel of RottenTomatoes.com has Hollywood popping Klonopin and yanking out its hair more …

Cuba: Where underground arcades, secret networks and piracy are a way of life

A look at how Cubans play, make, critique and find video games<p>Like its music, like its art, Cuba is a complex, colorful mash-up of dichotomous ideas, cultures and emotions.<p>Nothing better describes the island nation than the image of a doctor dressed as a revolutionary, a crumbling wall amidst …

All Their Hoops And Dreams

No one in basketball is having more fun than Mike and Laurel D'Antoni, whose 31-year marriage has spanned continents, survived needy superstars and …

James Harden

Fat-Positive Activists Explain What It's Really Like to Be Fat

Here's how you can be an ally.<p>Body positivity is the hottest new trend in socially conscious marketing. If you want your brand in the news, it seems all you have to do is swap your stick-thin models with "real" people and watch the accolades roll in. But behind every photoshoot or body positive ad …