If your ex-spouse takes your child and hightails it abroad, the legal system often isn’t on your side. So what can you do? One option: hire a former Army ranger named Gus Zamora to take back your kid.
Tuesday, October 5
Monday, October 4
Why did a veteran BBC on-air personality confess on camera to a mercy killing he did not commit?
A behind-the-scenes account of the tense negotiations, involving Gorbachev, Kohl, Bush, and Thatcher, that led from the aftermath of the fall of the Berlin Wall to a reunified Germany. (Translated from German.)
The story of how Washington blew its best shot to do something on climate change.
A pair of undercover cops infiltrate a dogfighting ring in Houston.
Friday, October 1
Pitching a no-hitter in the middle of a multi-day acid bender was only one of Dock Ellis’ many amazing exploits.
In 1906, Enrico Caruso was arrested for molesting a young woman inside the Monkey House of Central Park Zoo, paving the way for the first celebrity trial of the 20th century.
If the fittest survive, why are so many people still depressed? An evolutionary theory on the benefits of painful rumination.
Thursday, September 30
She moved to Cape Cod to escape the glitzy Manhattan world she born into. The only witness to her murder was her 2 1/2-year-old daughter. Everyone she knew, it seemed, was a suspect.
How the mind behind Lemmings and Grand Theft Auto plans to push gaming further.
Ten years ago, Esquire did a piece about Harvard Law grads who had eschewed their degrees. One of them was the late comedian.