In this issue:
"Firing Offenses" by Amy Davidson Sorkin: Questions that Mueller might ask Trump - the most consequential could involve the President's understanding of the rule of law.
ANNALS OF MEDICINE
"The Death Debate" by Rachel Aviv: A hospital insisted that a young girl was dead. Her family disagreed.
A REPORTER AT LARGE
"Airborne" by Ian Frazier: Drone racing takes screen lovers back into the actual world.
"The Recipe for Life" by Michael Chabon: A father, a son, and their secret superpowers.
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