The life and times of James McClintock, the man behind the famed H.L. Hunley who also may or may not have faked his own death.
Wednesday, July 2
Monday, June 30
He was an early video streaming startup founder who threw parties where celebrities like Bryan Singer had sex with teenage boys. Then, he came to believe that music mogul David Geffen was trying to kill him.
Friday, June 27
A profile of Edna Buchanan, a Pulitzer Prize-winning crime reporter for the Miami Herald during its heyday.
Wednesday, June 25
A sociologist learns techniques for evading the authorities.
Excerpted from On the Run.
Friday, June 20
The gangs of Brooklyn’s Brownsville, an area with the higest concentration of public housing in America.
Thursday, June 19
Frédéric Bourdin was an imposter. His "trail of cons," for which he used five languages and dozens of identities, extended for years across Europe and America.
Monday, June 16
Inside the collapse of TelexFree, an alleged $1 billion pyramid scheme that duped investors worldwide.
Saturday, June 14
How America is trying to fight terrorism in Africa without doing any of the actual fighting.
Friday, June 13
“The case of Lisl Auman, who first wrote me from prison three years ago, is so rotten and wrong and shameful that I feel dirty just for knowing about it, and so should you.”
How two boys, 10 and 11, were sentenced to years in a detention facility for a crime they didn’t get a chance to commit.
Thursday, June 12
The prison life of the infamous running back.
Wednesday, June 11
How Leo Sharp got busted.