On cattle auctions, reality TV and coming of age during the Great Recession.
Wednesday, October 29
An American journalist on being kidnapped, tortured and released in Syria.
Tuesday, October 28
What do you do when you think a family member is a murderer? Step one: stop eating her food.
The story of Frank Bourassa, the world’s most prolific counterfeiter.
Margaret Keane’s husband stole credit for her iconic paintings, basking in fame and fortune that should have been hers for years. Then she told a reporter the truth.
Monday, October 27
He has a staff of 300. His website gets more traffic than Gawker and has 300,000 paying subscribers. He has a clothing line, a string of bestselling books, a movie studio and a radio show syndicated on 400 stations. A profile of Glenn Beck, mogul.
Magicians, mafiosos, a missing painting and the heist of a lifetime.
“We, the writers—a word I am using in its most primitive sense—arrived in Chicago about 10 days before the baffling, bruising, an unbelievable two minutes and six seconds at Comiskey Park. We will get to all that later.”