On the talent, ego, and late father of Bryant Gumbel.
Tuesday, May 3
In June, 1942, a German submarine dropped four young Nazi agents off on a Florida beach. Their mission was to blow up bridges, factories, and Jewish-owned department stores. Among them was Herbert Haupt, the 22-year-old son of a German-American family in Chicago.
The social rituals of the pansexual, bi-queer, metroflexible New York teen.
Monday, May 2
The story of the 1969 murder spree by Charles Manson and “Family” as told by those close to the case.
On recommitting to the Knicks after “a decade of dysfunction and delusion.”
On internships at Disney World, where “labor is meant to have an almost invisible quality.”
Sunday, May 1
Bernard Peters and his son, Scott, robbed and shot a Salvation Army worker in 1996. Since then, they’ve been sharing a cell at Elmira Correctional Facility.
An investigation into serial killings in a small North Carolina city.
Five Mexican fishermen head out with enough supplies for several days. They’re gone for nine months. A story of survival in the South Pacific.
Saturday, April 30
A profile of Larry Garrison, the man who “gets paid to bring tabloid stories to TV news programs.”
All told, the military acknowledged this summer, 14 soldiers from the base have been charged or convicted in at least 11 slayings since 2005 — the largest killing spree involving soldiers at a single U.S. military installation in modern history.