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Storm Surviving: Three Days & Nights With Florence

Storm Surviving: Three Days & Nights With Florence

By Sunday, after battling through 100 mph winds and tornado warnings, I thought the worst was behind me. Then I looked at the emergency text that buzzed on my phone. For the first time, I panicked.
The Confederate Conundrum

The Confederate Conundrum

The power to dictate how white history gets taught in America lies at the heart of our fight over Confederate monuments.
Reflections On The First Mass School Shooting in American History… 19 Years Later

Reflections On The First Mass School Shooting in American History… 19 Years Later

In September 1999, ESPN Magazine sent me to Littleton, Colorado, to chronicle the aftermath of what was then the worst high school shooting in American history. For a glimpse at how little has changed in the last 19 years, here's a look back at what I wrote about Columbine High School five months after the massacre.
Russian Doping Ban: Cop Who Broke the Case Claims “IOC is Appeasing Russia.”

Russian Doping Ban: Cop Who Broke the Case Claims “IOC is Appeasing Russia.”

I spent a lot of time covering sports doping, and the International Olympic Committee’s decision to ban Russia from next winter’s Games is by any measure extraordinary. But not for the reasons you may think.
Under Construction

Under Construction

I'm taking a break to work on my new novel and non-fiction project. Be back soon! In the meantime, catch up on the ...
The Low Cost of Cancer

The Low Cost of Cancer

Valuing cancer at $700,000 is a hard thing to swallow.