When a U.S. citizen heard he was on his own country’s drone target list, he wasn’t sure he believed it. After five near-misses, he does – and is suing the United States to contest his own execution.
Hauntings in the aftermath of an animal attack.
Thirty-four years after the Bhopal gas leak, the abandoned waste pits are spreading poison and still destroying lives.
The ultra-athlete and the doubters.
A maverick war correspondent, Hemingway’s third wife was the only woman at D-Day and saw the liberation of Dachau. Her husband wanted her home in his bed.
She calls claiming to be Amy Pascal, Kathleen Kennedy, or some other powerful woman in entertainment. She knows personal details about her mark as well as the woman she is impersonating.
She offers work, then sends them—photographers, make-up artists, soldiers—around the world to bilk them out of modest amounts of cash.
Every crime scene hides a story. In this week's show, we hear about crime scenes and the stories they tell.
A young preacher opens a new church. A new restaurant reopens old wounds. This week, stories of people trying to build something that will last.