Annals of Law Enforcement
In dozens of criminal trials, prosecutors have put the same gun in the hands of more than one defendant.
by Ken Armstrong
Annals of Agriculture
How Driscoll’s turned produce into a beauty contest, and won.
by Dana Goodyear
Annals of Immigration
The Brooklyn neighborhood persevered after 9/11. Can it survive in the age of Trump?
by Jennifer Gonnerman
Annals of Diplomacy
What lay behind Russia’s interference in the 2016 election—and what lies ahead?
by Evan Osnos, David Remnick, and Joshua Yaffa
Annals of Medicine
Tell Me Where It Hurts
We devote vast resources to intensive, one-off procedures, while starving the kind of steady, intimate care that often helps people more.
by Atul Gawande
Annals of Law
When Truth is Not Enough
Hulk Hogan’s smashing legal victory shows us that publishing the truth may no longer be enough.
by Jeffrey Toobin
Annals of Justice
A Shot to the Heart
An investigator who probes wrongful convictions now doubts a case of his own.
by Stephanie Clifford