The black messianic leader, known as Father Divine, that Jim Jones admired.
Sunday, August 2
The anti-human trafficking stings conducted by Operation Underground Railroad are flashy, exciting, camera-ready. Whether or not they truly help victims is another question.
When all else failed, he commandeered a bus, and saved his neighbors. Now he’s in prison.
Thursday, July 30
The abusive relationship between a Bell Gardens mayor and his wife ends with her firing a gun.
A business opportunity stemming from “a moment in time when the debate over how colleges should address sexual assault has reached a fever pitch.”
Tuesday, July 28
Nearly 4 years ago, a 12-year-old boy was murdered in a small town in upstate New York. The suspects are well known, but nobody has been convicted of the crime.
Monday, July 27
Her parents wanted Jennifer to be successful. The pressure may have led her to plot their murder.
Sunday, July 26
An investigation into serial killings in a small North Carolina city.
Thursday, July 23
Two ordinary Americans, inspired by right-wing extremism, plan to kidnap a cop.
The story of a lawyer-turned-money launderer, stolen evidence, and a bunch of comics selling at outrageously high prices at auction. And Mussolini.
Tuesday, July 21
Al Seckel held legendary parties in the 1980s and 90s, with attendees ranging from Slash to Francis Crick. He later became a collector of optical illusions and gave a TED talk on the topic. He may have also misled and defrauded many of the people he came into contact with.