Long Reads Of The Week: Obama, Trolls And Why You Work So Hard

5 great stories you may have missed from around the web

1 | Vanity Fair's Mark Seal has the most complete story yet of the 2015 Hatton Garden heist and the 'ragtag gang of retirees' who (almost) pulled it off. Worth reading before the inevitable Disney film adapatation.

2 | Doctors and nurses make thousands of deadly errors every year, causing more deaths in America than drug overdoses, terrorist attacks and plane crashes combined. But who is supporting them when the worst happens? Vox's Sarah Kliff investigates.

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3 | It caused a minor blip in the so-called 'special relationship' between the White House and Westminster, but this Atlantic piece by Jeffrey Goldberg on Obama's foreign policy decisions is fascinating, thorough and well worth the investment.

4 | In 'The Journalist and the Troll', Bloomberg Businessweek's Dune Lawrence tells the story of the man who spent two years trying to destroy her reputation online.

5 | No so long ago, smart people predicted the end of working life altogether. Instead, we now put in more hours than ever before. Have our jobs become 'prisons from which we don't want to escape'? The Economist's Ryan Avent may be onto something.