An isolated 23-year-old Sunday school teacher living with her grandparents makes a new group of friends online who mail her chocolates and cash.
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The truncated, violent lives of Richard Matt and David Sweat before their prison escape.
Inside the abusive “three-quarter house” industry that serves addicts.
On two gay men in Pennsylvania who tried, and failed, to build a commune of their own.
Arthur Mondella took over his family’s maraschino cherry business reluctantly. But once he had it, he started a second enterprise. Behind an unmarked roll-down gate, behind some of his prized luxury cars, behind a pair of closet doors, behind a set of button-controlled shelves, behind a fake wall and down a ladder in a hole in the floor, Mondella built a 2,500-square-foot marijuana factory. When the police finally found it, he shot himself.
What happend to Serafim Todorov after the 1996 Olympic featherweight semifinals.
Detroit is trying to end the longstanding practice of “scrapping,” which is the only way some of its residents can earn a living.
A women’s shelter in Afghanistan protects its inhabitants from their own families.