Does anyone have a piece of longform journalism that really stuck with you for a long time after you read it, particularly for being a well-written narrative as opposed to something shocking?

I'm looking for examples of really good non-book-length nonfiction storytelling.

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cw: child death

newyorker.com/magazine/2009/09
in which Texas executed a man convicted of homicide (arson), based on antiquated understanding of how arson works. Thoroughly researched, beautifully written, read it when it was published, unforgettable.

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