Long Reads Of The Week: Sex, Murder And Iain Duncan Smith

5 great stories you may have missed from around the web

1 | In San Francisco a Hispanic man was killed in the neighbourhood he spent his whole life, because a few white newcomers thought he was a dangerous outsider. Was Alejandro Nieto killed by gentrification? For the Guardian, Rebecca Solnit has the story.

2 | Tinder et al will tell you we've moved into a post-dating app world and there is no going back. But how well does internet dating actually work? Michael Rosenfeld, a sociologist at Stanford, has been studying the data for years. For the Washington Post Roberto A. Ferdman finds out what he has observed so far.  

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3 | For the New Statesman, Alison McGovern profiles the man currently in the spotlight of British politics - Iain Duncan Smith - after his dubiously motivated resignation as work and pensions secretary. Where did it all go wrong?

4 | 'In the Land of Missing Persons', by the Atlantic's Alex Tizon, is a gripping story we won't reveal in any detail about a pair of men who go missing in Alaska.

5 | Donald Trump has been as vocal about his dislike of reporters as he has been about everything else. Here Slate's Seth Stevenson speaks withs several of the journalists who follow him to get their side of what life is like on the trail of a candidate who hates you.