Richard Jackson is back with this week’s Long Reads, which deals with offended feminists, a legal stoush between billionaires and a stint in rehab.
In this week’s edition of Long Reads we have the heart warming story of a family without borders and a grand Olympic talent caught up in a web of conspiracy.
Long Reader Richard Jackson is back with a series of compelling articles that touch on a horrible recount of rape, discrimination of same-sex foster couples and the story behind One Hundred Years of Solitude.
Happy Sunday, Long Readers! Richard Jackson has dug up pieces that tackle the viciousness of sexual abuse, miscarriage, and the pastimes in Jihadi culture.
Richard Jackson’s Long Reads dives headlong into the shady history of vaccines, the mess of Abbott’s political house and the people who cover mass murder.
Rich Jackson’s Long Reads examines the problems facing gun control in the US, Walmart’s crackdown on unions and an Obnoxious internet pest.
Richard Jackson’s Long Reads adds a new dimension to the theory that women aren’t meant to be funny, the drama behind a face transplant and the story of an escapee from the Westboro Baptist Church.
In this week’s Long Reads, Richard Jackson highlights the finer point of Obama & Netanyahu’s relationship, Hillary relationship with the Democratic supporter base and a man who was lost at sea (without a volleyball in sight).
In this week’s Long Reads, Richard Jackson looks at the story of the Marwencol art project and the future surrounding molecular biology.
Richard Jackson’s Long Reads looks at a prediction of the internet from 20 years ago, McDonald’s tough road to health and a school with a difference.
Long Reads this week tackles the sexualised advertising of American Apparel, love and gender fluidity, and a unique friendship.
Richard Jackson looks at the United States’ alternative to gun control, Michael Jackson’s moonwalk and a very ironic book review. All in Sunday’s Long Reads.
Richard Jackson’s Long Reads this week showcases the reality of jury duty, the vacuousness of celebrity and the tactics of a polarising litigator.