Mark Hogancamp nearly died after being jumped by five men in 2000. After waking from a coma with no memories, he developed an extraordinary coping device: he built a miniature town in his garden where he gets his revenge.
Being a Muslim-American actor often means being really good at yelling “Allahu Akbar!” before someone kills you.
On the controversial British newspaper columnist Katie Hopkins.
A draft dodger invents a pop music career for himself – without recording any songs.
Margaret Keane’s husband stole credit for her iconic paintings, basking in fame and fortune that should have been hers for years. Then she told a reporter the truth.
On a cruise with Syvlia Browne, the controversial psychic famous for telling distraught parents where their missing children are.
Is Bryan Saunders a drug-inspired outsider genius, or just in need of intervention?
Behind the scenes of the lovely, strange world of competitive eating.
How six different people live off six different, and wildly varying, incomes.
An investigation into the disappearance of a 24-year-old British cruise ship activity director from the Disney Wonder opens the strange and insular world of cruise employees, who vanish mysteriously at alarming rates.
A profile of Phoenix Jones, real-life superhero.