Harvey Levin runs a gossip site that operates like an intelligence agency.
How one young American veteran got caught in the cobweb of Syrian rebel politics.
The story of Tyrone Hood, who served 21 years for a murder he didn’t commit, and the Chicago criminal justice apparatus that allowed a serial killer to go free.
On decorated sniper Chris Kyle and the troubled young veteran who took his life.
Kosovo’s leaders have been accused of grotesque war crimes. But can anyone prove it?
A profile of the world’s most notorious weapons trafficker.
An unexplainable murder, double jeopardy, and military courts: the strange case of Tim Hennis.
A little after 9 a.m. on Sept. 15, 1990, the owner of a steel-products company pulled up to her office in Vinegar Hill, near the Brooklyn Navy Yard, and spotted a black garbage bag sitting on the sidewalk out front. She parked her car and went to move the bag when she noticed it leaking blood. The woman called 911. Within the hour, Ken Whelan, a homicide detective from the 84th Precinct, peered into the bag. It was full of human body parts.
A profile of Anas Aremeyaw, an investigative journalist in Ghana who’s willing to do anything–and pose as anyone–to get the story.