A Hells Angel informant’s path from destruction to redemption and back, and a family’s trouble with witness protection.
Wednesday, October 16
Wednesday, October 9
How Chicago is key to a business moving tons of drugs for billions of dollars.
Sunday, October 6
On the online mug shot industry, which posts mug shots of anyone arrested (regardless of conviction) and charges $30 to $400 to have the photo removed.
Friday, October 4
A family investigates.
Badfinger’s ill-fated attempt at a comeback, as orchestrated by a Milwaukee con man.
Thursday, October 3
On the fall of Ross William Ulbricht, the alleged creator of The Silk Road, a hidden black market website where users could buy and sell drugs, guns and, according to the FBI, the services of a hit man.
Friday, September 27
Wednesday, September 25
How the author, following up on a rumor, helped reignite the dormant investigation into the murder of Martha Moxley, a teenager who had been murdered nearly 25 years before in Greenwich, Connecticut.
Friday, September 20
Wednesday, September 18
Charlie Rowan was a small-time cage fighter who couldn’t catch a break. He owed money to impatient people and needed to start over. Late one night, he came up with a plan.
What a secret audio tape revealed about the murder of mycologist and magic mushroom pioneer Steven Pollock.