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A Hundred Women

Why a decades-long string of murders near the Mexican border has gone unsolved.

Tuesday, September 30

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Zimmerman Family Values

Their paranoid existence more than two years after George killed Trayvon Martin.

Monday, September 29

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A Mobster, a Murder, and a Moll with a Secret

Nearly 70 years after Bugsy Siegel’s unsolved murder in Beverly Hills, a family finally comes forward: they know who did it.

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The Man Who Fought the Synanon Cult and Won

Under the cover of curing addicts, they beat and brainwashed their charges in basements across California. When a cult deprogrammer crossed them, he found a rattlesnake in his mailbox.

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Trial by Twitter

The murder of a West Virginia teenager by her two best friends.

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Before the Law

Sixteen-year-old Kalief Browder was accused of taking a backpack. He spent the next three years on Rikers Island, without trial.

Friday, September 26

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The Uncatchable

He’s spent decades dodging the law. He’s escaped from jail twice by helicopter. He’s given millions to the poor. The story of how Vassilis Paleokostas, Greece’s most wanted man, became a folk hero.

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“Your Future Is Very Dark”

On former CIA agent John T. Downey, who spent more than 20 years in China as the longest held American captive of war.

Wednesday, September 24

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Inside the Secret Life of Ronald Stan

Jeff Walton is a 69-year-old plumber with a wife and 35-year-old son. It turns out he’s also Ronald Stan, a Canadian man who faked his own death in 1977.

Sunday, September 21

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Rambo's End

The fallout from a 1987 Wisconsin manhunt.

Saturday, September 20

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How the Ray Rice Scandal Unfolded

An investigation into who knew what, and when.

Friday, September 19

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Forever Young

The profile of a 34-year-old woman named Charity Johnson who tricked people all over the country into believing she was still in high school.