For many, the answer from the state is “yes.” An investigation into what legally determines a person’s ability to parent.
Sunday, June 1
The author of I Know What You Did Last Summer investigates her own daughter’s unsolved murder.
Friday, May 30
“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.”
On Erzsébet Báthory, the first—and still most prolific—female serial killer.
Thursday, May 29
An eyewitness account of Robert Kennedy’s assassination.
Inmates work for hours each day and yet have no labor rights.
Wednesday, May 28
The story of a high school basketball star’s sexual abuse conviction and its aftermath, told from all sides.
Tuesday, May 27
What led to the death of a 5-year-old boy, “the Everychild in the state system.”
Friday, May 23
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?
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
A pastor-turned-banker fakes his own death after allegedly embezzling millions and defrauding investors.
Monday, May 19
The fall of PCCare247, an Indian company in the business of selling fixes to problems that didn’t exist.