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THE SURVIVORS: Victims tally the everlasting damage after a shooting.
BY THE NUMBERS: Police, ERs, wheelchairs—and that’s just the beginning
THE UNSOLVED MURDERS: Why is it so hard for families of color to get justice when a loved one is killed?
An army of tiny predators is chewing Western forests down to stumps. Should we be cheering them on?
A dodgy clinic. A reality TV crew. AWOL state regulators. How a twenty-something alcoholic’s last best hope took a fatal turn.
His posse of roguish political operatives made Rand Paul one of the hottest names in conservative politics. Will they also torpedo his 2016 hopes?
Hillary hunters descend on Little Rock— again!—to dig up the Clintons’ dirt.
The gang who could shut down the Affordable Care Act
Colorado’s contraception war
Meet the archeologists scrambling to save Syria’s treasures.
Ted Cruz vs. Ted Cruz
Quiz: Can you tell a thought leader from a Dear Leader?
After Stephanie Mencimer first raised the question of whether the plantiffs in the Obamacare case had standing ("In Search of the Obamacare 4"), Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg asked about it during oral arguments before the Supreme Court; the illustration is by Matt Chase, who lives in Washington, DC, and has done work for Vanity Fair, The Atlantic, and the New York Times.
Mark Follman, Julia Lurie, and Jaeah Lee ("What Does Gun Violence Really Cost?") are part of a Mother Jones team that’s been investigating gun violence since the 2012 mass shooting in Aurora, Colorado; the package’s photographers include 1 Carlos Javier Ortiz, whose work is in the Library of Congress’ permanent collection, and Pulitzer Prize winner Preston Gannaway.
2 Justin Maxon ("Black Deaths Matter") has documented unsolved killings in Chester, Pennsylvania, for nearly seven years; the text is by 3 Kai Wright, the former editor of Colorlines, and MoJo editorial fellow 4 Edwin Rios.