In 2001, Maksym Igor Popov defected to work as an informant in the U.S. But a decade later, he was back to scamming the FBI.
Saturday, May 14
Friday, May 13
The number one place Tampa Bay cops visit: Walmart. And it’s not even close — they average two trips an hour.
Thanks to a single court case, the state of Maryland is releasing almost 150 violent offenders who believed they would spend their life behind bars.Previously: Jason Fagone on the Longform Podcast
Thursday, May 12
The road to Lhakpa Sherpa’s seventh potential summit has been nothing if not complicated.
Wednesday, May 11
In bleak farmlands of East Anglia, the first wave of Eastern European migrants learned exploitation and extortion from their own experiences with day labor. Then they began to prey on fellow immigrants, luring in them into debt and then forcing them to commit crimes to pay it off.
Tuesday, May 10
Searching for the source of British Columbia’s grim flotsam.
Monday, May 9
An investigation into sexual abuse at elite New England schools.
Monday, May 2
“This is the story of those 10 days, the new and relentless strain of gun violence in America, and the desperate need for us not to look away.”Michael Paterniti on the Longform Podcast
Saturday, April 30
Friday, April 29
David Vincenzetti says his company, which sells spyware to world’s law enforcement and intelligence agencies, is helping to thwart terrorism. Others say it’s a danger to citizens, dissidents, and journalists alike.
Thursday, April 28
Wednesday, April 27
Texas’ modern day cattle rustlers and the twenty-seven lawmen who track them.