The son of a Red Sox legend, his trail of violent attacks runs back to his teen years. So does the line of judges who somehow saw fit, time and again, to give him one more chance. Now he’s on trial for murder.
Sunday, March 23
Friday, March 21
How a group of vigilante cat-lovers seeking the hooded figure who suffocated a kitten in an internet video found a sadistic killer.
Thursday, March 20
The author on how he was conned by Christian Gerhartsreiter, aka "Clark Rockefeller."
Excerpted from Blood Will Out.
Wednesday, March 19
In Harpersville, Alabama, a traffic violation can lead to months in jail and a never-ending stint in a work-release program – what some refer to as a modern-day debtors’ prison.
On the discovery of a billion dollars worth of artwork looted by Nazis in the cramped apartment of a Munich recluse.
Thursday, March 13
The story of “the biggest retail hack in U.S. history.”
Monday, March 10
A Chicago housing project resident reports intruders breaking into her apartment through a medicine cabinet. Days later, she’s found dead.
Saturday, March 8
On the rise of Indian Posse, the largest of Canada’s native gangs, and the fall of its leader.
Friday, March 7
Thursday, March 6
An investigation into the practice of putting teenagers in solitary confinement.
Wednesday, March 5
Jane Neubauer was just out of basic training when a secretive military unit recruited her for an undercover mission. She and the Air Force disagree about what happened next.