An essay on “how we ignore the long-term effects of violence on children, adults and our communities.”
The police told Lara McLeod to report her rape. Then they arrested her for lying.
No one knew how Suzanne Jovin ended up in a wealthy neighborhood away from Yale’s campus in New Haven, or why she was brutally stabbed on the sidewalk, apparently by someone she knew. The only suspect that police named was her thesis advisor.
The epic life story of Rick Rescorla: immigrant, war hero, husband, and head of security at Morgan Stanley/Dean Witter, occupant of 22 floors in the South Tower.
The story of a small town just outside Pittsburgh that has suffered through a half-century of economic decline, racial tension, and endless crime. Despite that trajectory, or perhaps because of it, Aliquippa has also produced an astounding number of NFL players.
An investigation into serial killings in a small North Carolina city.
Frédéric Bourdin was an imposter. His "trail of cons," for which he used five languages and dozens of identities, extended for years across Europe and America.
How pop-up tax preparers make billions off the poor.
They robbed 27 banks in 15 years, one of the most prolific streaks in American history. Then they slipped up.
Telephone poles began to appear around the same time that white Americans started lynching black Americans.