“The Man Who Made the Sari Haute”
As his country’s most famous designer, Sabyasachi Mukherjee has persuaded Indians to see the luxury in their fashion heritage. Can he persuade Americans too?
The New York Times Magazine, June 26, 2022

In Austin and other cities, the surging real estate market has forced regular people to act like speculators. Will home buying ever be normal again?”
The New York Times Magazine, November 14, 2021

Francesca Mari - Homeless housesitters - the disproportionate number of black people experiencing homelessness - New Yorker
“A Lonely Occupation”
The homeless people guarding empty houses in a broken real-estate market. The New Yorker, December 2, 2020

“The Shark and The Shrimpers”
After the BP oil spill, a well-known lawyer helped land a $2 billion settlement for Gulf Coast seafood-industry workers, including 42,000 Vietnamese fishermen. Only one problem: they didn’t exist.
The Atlantic, May 2020
“What My Father Gave His Shop”
“I’m more than just my store,” my father told me. And yet, for nearly his entire adult life, all of his decisions had argued the opposite.
The Atlantic, December 2020

“The $60 Billion Wall Street Housing Grab”
How hundreds of thousands of homes fell into the hands of giant companies, putting the American dream even further out of reach.
The New York Times Magazine, March 8, 2020
“The Talented Mr. Khater”
When 23-year-old Callie Quinn moved from Texas to Chile, she counted on finding a beautiful country, meaningful work, and interesting friends. She had no idea she’d set off a manhunt for an international con artist.
Texas Monthly, July 2015

“How Can We Stop Gun Violence?”
The US has the highest homicide rate of any high-income country, but more police may not be the most effective solution.
The New York Review of Books, June 10, 2021

“The Housing Vultures”
The investors who exploited the 2008 financial crisis are dictating the bailout of this one.
The New York Review of Books, June 11, 2020
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