A small town in Nebraska promised a warm welcome to a family of Katrina evacuees. It didn’t last.
How an entire industry built itself convincing lead-paint poisoning victims to sign over settlement payments for a fraction of what they’re worth.
After a lab linked to him was raided, James Jeffrey Bradstreet’s body was found with a bullet wound to the chest. His death was ruled a suicide, but other theories abound.
A federal judge resents the harshness of mandatory drug sentences.
The travails of mattress salesmen on one of the busiest weekends of the year.
The case of the disappearing Pappy Van Winkle bourbon.
Doping is a problem for equine sports, too.
One woman’s 407 mile journey to have an abortion.
Harsh sentences have given us an aging prison population, and all the medical problems that come with age are beginning to choke the system.
Gerry Pickens took a paycut to join the police department in tiny, overwhelmingly white Orting, Washington. Fired less than a year later, he’s now suing the town for enough to break it.
One man’s story.