The story of a lawyer-turned-money launderer, stolen evidence, and a bunch of comics selling at outrageously high prices at auction. And Mussolini.
The subject of a child research experiment tries to get to the bottom of what happened to her.
NSA-grade spyware is up for sale, and the world’s worst dictatorships are buying.
How Facebook ‘likes’ landed Jelani Henry in Rikers.
The lonely death of a godfather of the conspiracy theory movement.
A profile of Jesselyn Radack, who represents whistleblowers.
In 2009, three followers of an Oprah-endorsed motivational speaker named James Arthur Ray died in an Arizona sweat lodge. Now, after serving two years in prison for negligent homicide, Ray is trying to get back on the self-help circuit.
Each soldier in Iraq and Afghanistan generated around 10 pounds of garbage per day. Most of that trash—along with used equipment and medical supplies and other wastes of war—was burned in open-air pits, emitting a toxic smoke that many soliders blame for their poor health today.
The prevalence of online threats against women and why the people who make them go unpunished.
From the proto-bleep to meta-bleep: how the US government protects us from the profane.