Virginia authorities possess DNA evidence that may exonerate dozens of convicted men. Why won’t the state say who they are?
Thursday, March 15
Love, Margaret Thatcher and a broken penis.
Wednesday, March 14
The life and times of two professional muggers in 1970’s lower Manhattan:
Hector and Louise usually work whatever neighborhood they’re living in. They knock over every old man on the block, every young man who follows Louise’s swinging hips and pocketbook, and every young girl attracted by Hector’s olive eyes. They rough up all of them, take whatever money is there, and then move on.
The French influence in Africa is on the wane, and the Chinese are coming.
How the world’s biggest casino ran out of luck.
Sam Childers, a Pennsylvania-based evangelical preacher, biker, and former drug addict, has devoted his life to catching crazed African warlord Joseph Kony.
Tuesday, March 13
Twenty five years after a shooting left him “100% disabled,” a Baltimore police officer continues to fight for his life.
Stylistically speaking, in terms of clothing, they arrived in shirts and pants and shoes (there’s really no other way to say it). They had haircuts, but it didn’t really look it. While other bands were mumbling or over-enunciating their dreary positions or penny-candy philosophies, Pavement kind of screamed for a generation. But they did it in a way that was so deeply American that it was almost Scandinavian.
Playwright Will Eno profiles the band and their cult as they grow up and prepare for a reunion.
A report from Austin, Texas as it turns into a dot-com hotspot.
The noon chimes in the bell-clock tower rising above him to the building's 307-foot pinnacle sounded: pom-pom-pom-pom . . . 16 notes, high and sweet. Some say the chimes say a poem: "Lord, through this hour "Be Thou my guide, "For in Thy power "I do confide." After the chimes, there is a long pause -- 23 seconds if you hold a wristwatch on it -- time enough for a practiced man to reload three rifles and a shotgun.
“Doc” Quigg’s wire report on the 1966 Texas Tower shooting on the campus of UT-Austin.
Monday, March 12
A profile of the world’s most notorious weapons trafficker.
The 2011 Tohoku Japan earthquake and tsunami, as experienced by eight schoolchildren.