Wednesday, November 19


Inside the Gay Wing of L.A. Men's Central Jail

Spending time with the residents of K6G, the only gay wing in the entire American penal system.

Monday, November 17


Death by Deadline

How bad lawyering and an unforgiving law cost condemned men their last appeal.

Saturday, November 15


The Con Artist Hired to Clean Ebola

During the financial crisis, Sal Pane ran a multimillion-dollar mortgage scam. A few years later, with the help of some high-profile media appearances and a dead man's resume, he won the government contract to clean up Ebola in New York.

Plus: Our complete archive of articles about con men.

Thursday, November 13


No Twang of Conscience Whatever

“’Have you ever killed anybody?’”

Wednesday, November 12



An investigation into sexual abuse in youth sports, with a focus on USA Swimming.

Tuesday, November 11


Double Jeopardy

A jury recommends life in prison; the judged orders a death sentence.

Thursday, November 6


The $9 Billion Witness

The central witness in “one of the biggest cases of white-collar crime in American history” speaks out.


The Man Who Got America High

Alfred Dellentash Jr. chartered the Rolling Stones in private jets while smuggling planeloads of Pablo Escobar’s drugs on the side.


My Evil Dad: Life As A Serial Killer’s Daughter

“‘Why does my dad have duct tape by his pillow?’”

Tuesday, November 4


New York’s Most Sensational Jewel Heist

Fifty years later, the men who stole priceless gems from the Museum of Natural History recall the crime.

Sunday, November 2


Charlie Manson’s Home on the Range

George Spahn and his California ranch, before and after the Manson family showed up.