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.
Wednesday, March 19
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.
Tuesday, March 4
What really happened in the West, Texas fertilizer plant explosion?
Monday, March 3
A profile of former club kid Michael Alig, who is approaching release after serving 17 years in jail for murder.
Saturday, March 1
The undoing of Los Angeles County Sheriff Lee Baca, who resigned in January amidst multiple swirling scandals.