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Murder in Fairfield County Dreams to nightmares: Jennifer Farber’s younger days in the city, and her story’s tragic dénouement

Barclay v. Barclay In which the scions of a secretive British billionaire are accused of conspiring against his identical twin brother

Before #MeToo, There Was Natalie Wood Pimped by her mother to Frank Sinatra at 15, raped at 16: harrowing new insights into the star’s life and death

Before #MeToo, There Was Natalie Wood Pimped by her mother to Frank Sinatra at 15, raped at 16: harrowing new insights precede the star’s controversial death

March 11, 2020

Murder in Fairfield County The police reconstruct the day of Jennifer Dulos’s disappearance—and deconstruct the suspect’s alibis. About those garbage bags …

Murder in Fairfield County May 24, 2019: Jennifer Dulos suddenly goes missing. The children are taken to Manhattan. And Fotis Dulos is a very busy man

Murder in Fairfield County Fotis Dulos hoped his divorce from Jennifer could be handled amicably. Instead, it was one of the most litigious in Connecticut’s history

Escape Artist Inigo Philbrick is a Ponzi-scheming gallerist who got in over his head. Now he’s gone missing—with a pack of furious collectors on his trail

Have a Seat! The naughty French love chair designed for Edward VII to facilitate a threesome

Battle of the Bulge The mayoral race in Paris has been scandalized by a barrage of dick pics, Twitter meltdowns, and unhinged lawyers. The Americanization of French politics continues apace …

The Girl in the Park The investigation into a Barnard student’s murder is haunted by the case of the Central Park Five

Murder in Fairfield County Trouble at home, trouble at the office. Fotis Dulos begins a serious affair. His wife, Jennifer, fears for her life

Murder in Fairfield County Eight months after Jennifer Farber disappeared, her estranged husband, Fotis Dulos, was charged with her murder. Soon he was dead

London Calling The son of the nanny who was murdered by Lord Lucan claims he has found the believed-dead aristocrat alive

Epstein’s Island of Horrors Behind the sun and palm trees, Little St. James was a prison for under-age girls

The Jeffrey Epstein of Paris Why did the Café de Flore set protect the pedophile who was abusing their children?

The Blogger Who Brought Down a Government Malta’s “one-woman WikiLeaks” believed she was on the trail of a massive conspiracy. She was right

Shades of Blue:
Part II
A P.I. gets a call from a woman who saw him on TV. The job: Find her son’s killer. The police investigation fell apart eight years earlier. He takes the case …

The Runaway Groom Britain’s most-wanted con man bewitched, bamboozled, and embezzled

Shades of Blue Shots are fired outside an unsavory Tennessee bar, killing the proprietor—an off-duty cop. When the case goes cold, the cop’s grieving family takes matters into their own hands

Mein Campf! The scandalous Hitler-diaries fiasco nearly brought down three major news organizations

#MeToo-sur-Seine Filmmaker Luc Besson is facing legal woes from le cinq-à-sept and, worse, le neuf-à-cinq

An Open-and-Shut Case Grand larceny and the secret of the spying oysters

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