Tuesday, May 3

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On the talent, ego, and late father of Bryant Gumbel.

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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.

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The social rituals of the pansexual, bi-queer, metroflexible New York teen.

Monday, May 2

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The story of the 1969 murder spree by Charles Manson and “Family” as told by those close to the case.

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On recommitting to the Knicks after “a decade of dysfunction and delusion.”

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On internships at Disney World, where “labor is meant to have an almost invisible quality.”

Sunday, May 1

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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.

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An investigation into serial killings in a small North Carolina city.

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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

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A profile of Larry Garrison, the man who “gets paid to bring tabloid stories to TV news programs.”

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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.