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The Many Mysteries of Murder Boy, Part II

His grandfather had an estate worth nearly $40 million. When his mother died, he stood to inherit millions. Did Nathan Carman kill them both?

What Lies Beneath

The revelation of a “mass grave” filled with Indigenous children convulsed Canada. But there were no mass graves—or revelations

The Many Mysteries of “Murder Boy”

His grandfather had an estate worth $40 million. When his mother died, he stood to inherit millions. Did Nathan Carman kill them both?

Private Quarters

Brant Lake Camp was warned about pedophiles in their midst. Why did the camp not act against them?

Jiminy Cricket!

How fake Indian Premier League games played by farm boys and local laborers duped Russian sports gamblers

The Pink Panthers Strike Again!

Renowned across Europe for their coolness and high-risk robberies, the jewel thieves can’t be stopped

Under the Influence

Jumi Bello was on track to be a major writer—until her debut novel was dropped amid rumors of plagiarism. What happened is a tale as complex as anything she appropriated

Death on the North Atlantic

Nathan Carman allegedly killed his grandfather for cash. When that ran out, he took his mother out to sea. Only one of them came back

The Art of the Steal

Within the world of art thievery, there are those who do it for the money, those who do it because it’s easy … and those who do it because they love it

Love Is Blind

In an exclusive excerpt from the Audible Original Love Until Death, the story of how a successful music producer became ensnared in the web of a seductive con man—and never got out

The American Who Saved Paris

How a former J. C. Penney employee from Minnesota kept Charles de Gaulle from being toppled in a 1961 coup

Camille Vasquez: Legal Executioner

In Johnny Depp’s $50 million libel case against Amber Heard, all eyes are on his stylish, no-nonsense lawyer

Handbags at Dawn!

Chipolata-penis shaming, fake tans, and a four-letter word that starts with c! It’s the legal Circus Maximus as two British soccer wives go to High Court

Château LaThief

An intoxicating investment opportunity collateralized with extraordinarily valuable bottles of fine wine … What could possibly go wrong?

The Man in the Lineup: Part III

Anthony Broadwater was convicted of the 1981 rape of novelist Alice Sebold. After serving 16 and a half years, he was found innocent. Now he has a new set of worries

When Luvvies Collide!

A British charity with the mission to support actors and stage managers experiencing hardship is now seeing some turbulence of its own

No Roman Holiday

A 32,000-square-foot château on the French Riviera once lived in by Edward VIII and Wallis Simpson is another property that Abramovich can’t access

The Whistleblowing Wife

Gaslit, starring Julia Roberts, tells the story of Martha Mitchell, the first and most improbable person to publicly accuse Nixon over Watergate

Sex, Drugs, and Anish Kapoor

Why did Inigo Philbrick orchestrate an $86 million Ponzi scheme? Well, it depends which day of the week you ask him …

What on Earth Happened to Lara Logan?

The former 60 Minutes foreign correspondent recently took a hard turn to the conspiratorial and anti-Semitic right. Is PTSD the cause, or is there something else?

Moscow on the Thames

How was a member of the House of Lords allowed to moonlight as the multi-millionaire head of oligarch Oleg Deripaska’s energy company?

Londongrad’s Laundromat

Kensington mansions and Premier League football clubs—how did London become the money-washing capital of the world?

Dial M for Murdaugh

A fatal boat crash, at least 74 criminal charges, a series of suspicious deaths, and the embezzlement of millions have been linked to one prominent South Carolina family

And You Thought Madonna’s English Accent Was Bad

Who was the tweedy, mysterious “Englishman” who spoke like a Downton Abbey extra? And how did the ink give him away?