Ken Dornstein’s older brother died when a bomb exploded on Pan Am Flight 103. For the past three decades, he’s been obsessed with identifying who’s really responsible.
Monday, September 21
Inside the Nairobi Westgate Mall massacre.
Sunday, September 20
Almost ten years after his kidnapping, a man writes to the people who threatened his life.
Thursday, September 17
Wednesday, September 16
Tuesday, September 15
“Peril is generational for black people in America—and incarceration is our current mechanism for ensuring that the peril continues.”
Monday, September 14
A profile of jailed trader Tom Hayes, who was either behind the Libor scandal or became its fall guy.
A trailer and the people who lived with Dylann Roof in it before he killed nine people in a Charleston church.
Friday, September 11
No one knew how Suzanne Jovin ended up in a wealthy neighborhood away from Yale’s campus in New Haven, or why she was brutally stabbed on the sidewalk, apparently by someone she knew. The only suspect that police named was her thesis advisor.
The epic life story of Rick Rescorla: immigrant, war hero, husband, and head of security at Morgan Stanley/Dean Witter, occupant of 22 floors in the South Tower.
Meet Britain’s “Batman of obscenity.”
Thursday, September 10
John McAfee created one of the first anti-virus programs. Then he traveled to Belize, where he lived with a harem of young women and a lot of guns. His neighbor was murdered under mysterious circumstances. Today he’s convinced he’s being followed by members of the Sinaloa Cartel, as evidenced by packets of cream cheese he claims to have found near his residence. He also wants you to use his new mobile security apps.