A YEAR LIKE NO OTHER
A special section from 14 of the West’s best photographers working today. Their images capture the first year of COVID-19 and show that miracles, even in an annus horribilis, can still abound.
There are as many dangers on the Pacific Crest Trail as there are breathtaking views. One young man began the 2,650-mile hike with dreams of wild adventure and personal transformation. He never made it home.
THE SEARCH OF A LIFETIME
In 1952, a vicious double murder at Crater Lake stunned the nation. The FBI and the Oregon State Police came up empty-handed. Then, 26 years ago, the granddaughter of one of the victims picked up the case.
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