On the Cold War and the Space Race.
When adults like Billy Smolinski go missing, it’s hard to get the authorities involved.
How the Pentagon makes “Koch Industries look like an organic farm” when it comes to toxic water contamination.
How divisions between Nigeria’s Muslim North and Christian South resulted in the birth of terror’s most ruthless movement.
Possible clues about Lincoln’s murder in the unlikeliest place.
Somaly Mam’s harrowing story of her own flight from sexual servitude and the stories of hundreds of girls she rescued from Cambodian brothels brought her fame and helped raise millions for her non-profit. Does it matter if none or few of the stories are true?
Is the anonymous, reclusive inventor of Bitcoin this 64-year-old man in Los Angeles?
An investigtion into higher education’s treatment, and often punishment, of mentally ill students.
In early 2012, the bones of a woman and young boy were found near the Arizona-Mexico border. The author investigates who they were and how they died.
How self-harm came to take more lives than war, murder and natural disasters combined.
From 1975-1986, Anthony Edward Dokoupil distributed more than 50 tons of weed in the United States. The operation ruined his family and destroyed his life. Three decades later, his son came looking for answers.
The investigation of 20-year-old Russian model’s fall from a Manhattan rooftop uncovers a string of mysteries and clues embedded within the insular world of international models and those who scout them.