crime

Congresswoman, Gospel Singer, Murder Suspect: The Wild Story of Flordelis

This is the three-decade story of evangelical grift, psalms written in blood and a Brazilian politician who seemingly can’t be arrested

The Other Drug War: Inside the World of Counterfeit Viagra

How the gaps in our health-care system are responsible for propping up a dangerous, global and billion-dollar industry

When the Mob Expanded Into Small-Town America

In the new book ‘Smalltime,’ Russell Shorto investigates his own family and the long reach of organized crime after Prohibition

Has the Three-Strikes Law Finally Struck Out?

L.A. has become the first municipality to try to strike down a policy that’s done very little other than destroy the lives of Black and brown families