Atlantic contributor David Samuels leads a panel at New York University's Department of Journalism on the influence of paparazzi.
Photographs by Atul Loke
Music: "Raga Ahir Barirav" performed by Debu Chaudhuri
Narration by Jain Malkin
Joshua Hammer narrates photos of Kashmir's fabled houseboats and spectacular mountain peaks.
Music: "Kashmir" by Led Zeppelin, covered on the album Rockabye Baby
Marc Ambinder, Megan McArdle, and Matthew Yglesias discuss Eliot Spitzer's demise, the Clinton supremacy, and Geraldine Ferrara's remarks.
Mark Bowden, Jeffrey Goldberg, and Ross Douthat
look back on five seasons of
the groundbreaking show and weigh its lasting contributions.
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Francis X. Rocca narrates photos from his monastic tour of the Valley of the Fallen and the Escorial
Music: "Ave Mundo Spes Maria" sung by the Benedictine Monks of Santo Domingo
Eliza Griswold talks with Lisa Mullins of Public Radio International's The World about the clash between Islam and Christianity along Nigeria's Middle Belt.
Obama's economic advisor, Professor Austan Goolsbee of the University of Chicago, talks with Megan McArdle about the health care debate, the credit debacle, the Federal Reserve's limitations, and other major issues that will face the next American president.
Marc Ambinder, Ross Douthat, and Matthew Yglesias discuss racism and sexism, unorthodox Republicans, the Bill Clinton factor, and Bloomberg's folly.
A journey through the world of typography with graphic designer Michael Bierut
Marc Ambinder, Ross Douthat, and Matthew Yglesias discuss what the media want, the Obama-is-a-closet-Muslim rumors, and stimulus wars.
Marc Ambinder, Ross Douthat, and Matthew Yglesias discuss the primaries and the press, God and country, Iraq's vanishing act, and political skeletons in the closet.
Images of the city's surf scene, narrated by Michael Scott Moore
Music: "Ganz Allein" ("In My Room") by The Beach Boys
Images of the detention center with audio commentary by photographer Louie Palu.
Images from Slow Food University's Viaggio sul Po bicyle trip. Photos: Henry Hoffman Music: The Four Seasons, Autumn, Movement 1: Allegro by Antonio Vivaldi (John Harrison violin)
The presidential hopeful tells Andrew Sullivan about his plan to bridge four-decades-old divides.
James Fallows leads a photo tour through the Wolong Panda Reserve in northern China, where the animals resemble "especially cute kindergarteners."
Andrew Sullivan speaks candidly about why he supports Barack Obama, how he became a blogger, and why he's not afraid to change his mind.