Highway to Hell
The prison life of O.J. Simpson.
The prison life of O.J. Simpson.
Baltimore-area renters complain about a property owner who they say neglects their homes and often sues when they leave. Few of them know the landlord is the president’s son-in-law.
Tenants in more than a dozen Baltimore-area rental complexes complain about a property owner who they say leaves their homes in disrepair, humiliates late-paying renters and often sues them when they try to move out. Few of them know that their landlord is the president’s son-in-law.
Ray Spencer went to jail for 20 years for molesting his kids. Then they started to question their memories.
On the night of November 28, residents of Gatlinburg, Tennessee, found themselves in the midst of the worst fire in the Smoky Mountains in a hundred years.
CHRONICLE INVESTIGATION: California's shelters for foster children are supposed to serve as a refuge for vulnerable children. Instead, they have funneled hundreds of children into the criminal justice system.
F. Lee Bailey is disbarred, penniless, and giving business advice out of his girlfriend’s salon.
The many identities of Andrew Cunanan, Gianni Versace’s murderer.
“You have to ask for food. You have to ask to go use the bathroom. … [Kelly] is a master at mind control. … He is a puppet master.”
Pitcairn Island is impossibly remote, populated by descendants of a ship of British mutineers. Their population would not be revealed to the outside world until allegations of a culture of child molestation and rape that led back generations.
An investigation leads to the deepest reaches of the internet.
How a missionary group covered up decades of sexual abuse.
How Vivitrol, a little-known anti-addiction drug, became the mandatory treatment for opioid abuse in drug courts across the United States.
The life and death of Srinivas Kuchibhotla.
A rash of building fires in San Francisco has many speculating that the fault lies with landlords hoping to oust their poor tenants. One anonymous landlord describes his failed plan to do exactly that.
One of the most valuable cars in the world crashes going 200 mph on the Pacific Coast Highway. Its owner claims to be an anti-terrorism officer. In fact, he’s a former executive at a failed software company—and a career criminal. The unraveling of an epic con.
A college student accused a powerful man of rape. Then she became a suspect.
A profile of Edna Buchanan, a Pulitzer Prize-winning crime reporter for the Miami Herald during its heyday.
Why domestic violence is even worse if the abuser is a cop.
An American mystery writer and an Italian journalist join forces to identify a serial killer that targeted couples having sex in cars in the rolling hills above Florence.
Michael Thevis was a pioneer in the 1970s porn world, making millions off his coin-operated peep-show machines. He built his family one of the most ornate mansions in Atlanta before it all came crashing down amidst bombings, murders, and a prison break.
Three targets, two 17-year-old partners, and $15,000 in getaway cash: the story of the author’s first assassination for Ramón Arellano Félix’s Tijuana cartel.
Fourteen people connected to resistance of Vladimir Putin have died on British soil. Every case has been closed, the deaths deemed of natural causes. American intelligence believes they were all assassinated by the Kremlin.
What happened after an unarmed 18-year-old named Ramarley Graham was shot and killed by a New York City police officer.
DNA evidence exonerated six convicted killers. So why do some of them recall the crime so clearly?
An anatomy of a failure.
Blazers and bloodbath near the 6 train.
The activist who turned off the Keystone pipeline last fall is facing years in prison - and not backing down.
On H.H. Holmes “an old hand at corpse manipulation and insurance fraud,” who built a house of death in 1890s Chicago.
A mobster, a family and the crime that won’t let them go.