Sunday, June 1

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For many, the answer from the state is “yes.” An investigation into what legally determines a person’s ability to parent.

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The author of I Know What You Did Last Summer investigates her own daughter’s unsolved murder.

Friday, May 30

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“On a small scale, Titanic Thompson is an American legend. I say on a small scale, because an overpowering majority of the public has never heard of him. That is the way Titanic likes it. He is a professional gambler. He has sometimes been called the gambler’s gambler.”

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On Erzsébet Báthory, the first—and still most prolific—female serial killer.

Thursday, May 29

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An eyewitness account of Robert Kennedy’s assassination.

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Inmates work for hours each day and yet have no labor rights.

Wednesday, May 28

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The story of a high school basketball star’s sexual abuse conviction and its aftermath, told from all sides.

Tuesday, May 27

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What led to the death of a 5-year-old boy, “the Everychild in the state system.”

Friday, May 23

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Deep in the jungle, the tourists were targetted, but only the porters were hacked by the machetes. Was it a robbery? Or a deeper pattern of violence amongst ancient tribes?

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Scott Catt was a single dad trying to make ends meet, so he started robbing banks. Then he needed accomplices, so he asked his kids.

Wednesday, May 21

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A pastor-turned-banker fakes his own death after allegedly embezzling millions and defrauding investors.

Monday, May 19

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The fall of PCCare247, an Indian company in the business of selling fixes to problems that didn’t exist.