True Crime

The Hunt for D.B. Cooper, the 20th Century’s Greatest Outlaw, Lives On

John Dower, director of ‘The Mystery of D.B. Cooper,’ explains why he’s not interested in unraveling the skyjacker’s true identity — even though several people believe they know who was behind the heist

The Saga of Gerald, the Turkey From Hell, Who Nearly Destroyed Oakland

From his rose garden lair, this 25-pound beast spent nearly a year kicking, clawing and pecking at locals until he’d brought the whole city to its knees

LSD Perfume and Exploding Seashells: The 40-Year History of CIA Plots to Kill Castro

A cache of recently declassified documents — a treasure trove of formerly top-secret information — detail these James Bond-worthy murder attempts

The HBO Filmmaker Attempting to Make Sense of His Mom — And Her Murder

Madison Hamburg talks about addiction, absent fathers and his moving new series ‘Murder on Middle Beach’